Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector – 50, Chandigarh celebrated Punjabi diwas in college campus on 16th February, 2017. This event organized by the NSS Unit in collaboration with department of Cultural Affairs Government of Punjab. Dr. Sukhwinder Kaur Brar (Chief Advisor Cultural Affair Government of Punjab) was the chief guest. One of the Assistant professor Mrs. Gurjodh Kaur welcomed our chief guest and told about their achievements. After that she explained the reason of organizing this event and importance of Punjabi language. This conversation continued by the Mr. Gurpreet Singh (Assitant Professor) who introduced students as well as NSS volunteers about the scientific aspect of Punjabi language. After this he invited the chief guest to motivate students and give them guidance. Dr. Sukhwinder Kaur Brar told about the culture and heritage of Punjab. Also stressed on the importance of education as well as the reason why we love our mother tongue. At the end of her speech, she sang a song “Main Dhee Punjab De. In the end Mr. Gurpreet Singh presented the vote of thanks. He also congratulated NSS programme officers Dr. Bikramjit Kaur and Dr. Manoj Kumar for organizing such events in the college. On this occasion Dr. Aarti Kaushal, Dr. Renuka Mehra, Mrs. Aanchal Malik, Mr. Gurpreet Singh and Mr. Sanjeev Sharma were present.
Government College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector 50 Chandigarh celebrated 68th Republic day in the college campus with great patriotic zeal and enthusiasm today. Principal Mrs. Manjit Kaur unfurled the National flag. The colourful programme started with National Anthem followed by students presenting speeches and poems to share their commitment and bond for the love of their country to mark the importance of the day. Speaking on the occasion Principal exhorted the that our constitution is based on principles of Equality, Fraternity & Liberty and it is our constitution that gives us freedom of speech & expression and therefore we must use this right judiciously in this transitional phase that we are going through. She also emphasized that it is our moral duty to preserve our national heritage and value system which is degrading with time. Principal also appreciated the efforts of the students that despite the weather conditions they managed to come and participate in full spirit. She further encouraged them by saying that the ultimate goal of education is to make them a better human being and they should further take the reigns of the college in their own hands and spread value system as GCCBIAN. Vice Principal Amarpreet Sijher also addressed students on the occasion and highlighted that in this stage of “Informational Inquilab we should not forget the sacrifices of our unsung heroes and we need to sustain ourselves with our traditional values. The sweets were served amongst the staff members and students thereafter and for more photographs click here.
The NSS unit and Gender Sensitization Society of Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector-50, Chandigarh has organized Lohri celebration under the theme “Lohari Ka Paigam, Betiyon ke Naam” on 13th January, 2017. The girls from slum area at the backyard of the college were invited to College campus. Dean, Dr.Rosy Walia Distributed bangles and peanuts to the small girls. The Children also danced around the bonfire. All the Students and Faculty Members enjoyed and danced around the bonfire and for more photographs click here.
On the eve of ‘World Aids Day’, the Red Ribbon Club of the Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration Sec.-50 organized a candle march which was flagged off by Dr. Rosy Walia, Dean from the college campus to the residential areas of Sec-50, carrying candles, banners and placards to send out the message. More than 100 students of the college participated in the awareness drive accompanied by the convener Dr. Manoj Kumar and other members. Main slogans of the march were ‘Choose Life Not Aids’ and ‘Be Bold, Be Brave, Know your HIV status’. The students went back with a vision of ‘AIDS-FREE INDIA’. At the end human ribbon was formed in the college campus with candles.
Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration Sec-50, Chandigarh organized a One day Panel Discussion on Choice Based Credit System under the aegis of State Higher Education. The illustrious panelist Prof Karamjit Singh, Director, HRDC Panjab University emphasized that this system aims to enable students to opt for courses of their choice and pursue skills to enhance employability, and the grading system aims to facilitate seamless mobility of students across institutions. Dr Jaswinder Singh, Principal, Guru Teg Bahadur College, University of Delhi, spoke on several unique features i.e. Enhanced learning opportunities, ability to match students scholastic needs and aspirations, inter-institution transferability of students etc. The other eminent speaker Prof Sanket Vij, Director HRDC, BPS, Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, Sonipat was of the opinion that it should be first started for the university courses and then introduced in the undergraduate courses only then it could effectively respond to the educational and occupational aspirations of the upcoming generations. More than 75 participants including Principals of various colleges participated enthusiastically in the deliberations and brain storming sessions to implement the CBCS in the subject of commerce in Panjab University affiliated colleges as a pilot project and for more photographs click here.
Career Guidance Cell of Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector-50 in collaboration with Jaipuria Institute of Management organized a Business quiz competition. More than 80 students of B.Com/BBA-II and III participated in the quiz. The primary objective of this quiz was to give exposure to the students to rejuvenate their knowledgeable skills in various competitions. The winners of the quiz Garnish and Anjali were rewarded with the certificates and cash prizes worth Rs5000/- each. The winners will get a chance to appear in grand finale and win prizes worth Rs1.51 Lacs.
Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 50, Chandigarh (GCCBA-50) celebrated its First Fresher’s Party in their own building for the new session 2016-17 with lot of passion and fervour. The students performed on kaleidoscope of activities like group dances, salsa, songs, games and comic performances. There was also a live music performance by students along with band. Personality and beauty contests were held to judge the students. The fresher party was organised by ‘Gestione’ the Management Club of the college where in students took great efforts in organising the event. The chief guest was the Principal of the college Mrs Manjit Kaur. She welcomed the students and wished them luck for their future and also mentioned that the performances of the students were indeed enjoyable and emphasized that the extra-curricular activity along with studies is essential and it contributes in the holistic development of students.
The result of fashion show are as under :
|1||Mr FRESHER 2K16||Vasu Grover||B.Com-I|
|2||Miss FRESHER 2K16||Shaguna||B.Com-I|
|3||Mr PERSONALITY||Raghav Pandhi||B.Com-I|
“Two day Leadership Training Program” was organised by Government College of Commerce and Business Administration being expedited by M.R. Pai Foundation, Mumbai in association with Forum of Free Enterprise on 21st & 22nd September 2016.
More than 100 Students from various colleges of Chandigarh were spell bound by the words of wisdom delivered by the two renowned resource persons – Vivek Patki and Sachin Kamath from Mumbai, who stressed on Effective Communication, Time Management, Goal setting and Self-Esteem in different sessions.
It was more of an interactive session than lecturing that was concentrated upon by the resource persons where students were encouraged to find solutions of various day to day situations faced by them by involving them in many practical exercises and games such as goal-setting session, making a Pipe Tower, inspiring them by a song clipping that they heard. With these exercises they were practically taught on how to work in a team and how to broaden their horizons and help them to remove their inhibitions.
Students from various colleges enjoyed the sessions thoroughly and gained insights on how to become a successful leader and these sessions provided them with insight that leadership is not about following the footfalls of other people but to set their own direction and initiative.
The workshop concluded with the valedictory function on 22nd Sept., 2016. Students from various colleges were given certificates. Principal Mrs Manjit Kaur thanked the resource persons for sharing their knowledge and stressed that such type of programs helps the students to learn basic skills required to be successful in life. She assured that such programs will be organised in future as well. The two day workshop concluded on 22nd Sept., 2016.
|President||Vice President||Secretary||Join Secretary|
|Mr. Chinmay Batra
|Mr. Rahul Jha
|Mr. Kartik Malik
R. No. 139/14
|Ms. Supreet Kaur
R. No. 33/14
- BBA-I: Sukhpreet Singh
- BBA-II: Gurpreet Kaur(Unopposed)
- BBA-III: Laxmi Kapri
- B.Com-I(A): Komal Singh(Unopposed)
- B.Com-I(B):Simarpreet Sing
- B.Com-II(A): Priya Bansal (Unopposed)
- B.Com-II(B):Himja Chhabra
- B.Com-III(A): Loveneet Kaur (Unopposed)
- B.Com- III(B): Shubhi Sharma (Unopposed)
- M.Com I:Manpreet Kaur
- M.Com II: Kamalpreet Kaur (Unopposed)
Out of the total college strength of 686 students; 613 students casted their votes which was 89.4% polling strength. Out of which 61 votes were NOTA and 10 votes were Invalid.
DONATE BLOOD, SAVE LIFE!
The NSS and RRC organised a blood donation camp in collaboration with PGIMER on 30th August 2016 at the GOVERNMEMT COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sec-50 Chandigarh. It was sponsored by the State Bank of India sec31 branch Chandigarh. The camp was inaugurated by the dean of the college Mrs Rosy Walia and the Vice Principal Mr Amarpreet Singh Sijjher alongwith the NSS Programme Officer Mrs Bikramjeet Kaur and Mr Manoj Kumar Bhambhu.The first donor of the camp was the NSS President Mr Nishchal Gulati, student of Bcom III year. The students and the people of the city donated blood enthusiastically. Over 150 students registered for the donation. The donors were given fruits, juice, milk, sweets and sandwiches as refreshment. They were also given gifts and certificates as a mode of appreciation. Also Mr Harpreet Singh Rekhi of Kharar has donated his blood 51 times in the blood donation camps held in this college. In the end Mr Manoj Kumar Bhambhu NSS Programme Officer (Boys) donated the blood. Our principal Mrs Manjit Kaur honoured the staff at PGIMER, State Bank of India and the doctors of Max Hospital.