“Sports are more than just games; they’re about life, emotion, passion, and some of the greatest highs and lows that we can experience.”
A balanced attitude in both victory and defeat can be acquired only through sports. DSCG provides umpteen opportunities to unleash the latent reserves of the energy of our youth through various sports events. The college has a full-fledged department of Physical Education that imparts vigorous training to the students for participation in a variety of games.
Before gaining knowledge about any particular field, one has to acquire an understanding of oneself. Self-understanding and self-discipline fall under a section of Physical Education and the Department of Physical Education is dedicated to it. Health & wellness of students is one of the primary concerns of the college authorities. To ensure this, the institution provides the facility of a health care centre on the campus to provide medical care as well as first aid to the students in need.
The Physical Education Department is making consistent progress in various fields. In fact, this department is the nursery of recognized sportspersons. It has produced top level players of several games. Its players have represented the college at Regional and National levels.
DISTINCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT
- Well qualified, young and energetic faculty
- Expert lecturers are arranged by the faculty from time to time for the benefit of players.
- Medical Fitness programmes are arranged under the guidance of physical trainers for the players.
- Expert coaching is provided to the students free of cost so that they can achieve excellence in different games.
- Department provides consultancy services to the sports industry and to the players of sister institutions.
- Department organises Annual Sports and Athletics Meet to honour the players of different games.
Red Cross Society
- In the memory of Heavenly Soul Swami Vivekanand Red Ribbon cell with the collaboration of NSS & Women Cell Dept. Organised a talk on AIDS. Resource person Mrs. Neelam, Counsellor, T.B & AIDS control Dept. equipped students with the sufficient knowledge of causes, preventive measures and remedies of deadly disease, AIDS.
- On the occasion of National AIDS Day Mrs. Jaspreet kaur,P.O. delivered speech on AIDS to make the college students aware of this disease.
- Five students of Red Cross cell accompanied with their mentor Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur attended Youth red Cross Camp organised at Govt. P.G. college, A/Cantt. First aid, Meditation Yoga and knowledge of Ayurvedic medicine were the main topic of discussion.
|Maternity & Child Welfare||Maternity and Child Welfare schemes of National Headquarters were started in 1954 to extend Maternal and Child Development activities for the Weaker Section of the Community. The welfare activities are being continued through various Hospitals, Sub Centres and Bal Vikas Kendras.|
|Family Welfare||These are run by different states and district branches. All Red Cross MCW hospitals and centers, as well as family welfare clinics, carry out family welfare work. They motivate eligible couples to adopt small family norms and provide them with contraceptives and other family planning devices. Many of these centers are equipped to meet motivational and clinical arrangements|
|Nursing:||The Red Cross MCW units teach home nursing skills to auxiliary nurses, midwives, and housewives.|
|Blood Bank||The Indian Red Cross is a pioneer in the field of blood services and one of the largest voluntary blood banks in India since 1962. IRCS regularly conducts motivational campaigns to organize Voluntary Blood Donation Camps. It has more than 100 blood banks all over the country under different states and district branches.|
|HIV / AIDS||The IRCS is very active in the prevention Of HIV / AIDS. It trains youth to disseminate information about the prevention of HIV / AIDS through Youth Peer Education Programme. It also has programmes and projects for children of HIV positive mothers, to provided comprehensive care.|
“Say No To Ragging!“
We are proud of the fact that our college aims at maintaining a healthy and congenial academic environment free from the menace of ragging. Ragging in the college campus is banned and anyone indulging in ragging is likely to be punished appropriately. To deal with the menace of ragging an anti-ragging cell has been established at the college. All cases of ragging will be referred to this cell for prompt action. Although there is no ragging in DSCG, yet Anti-Ragging Cell ensures that incidents of bullying and ragging should never occur. Anti Ragging Cell always keeps vigil and is all set to act promptly, if and when required.
What is Ragging?
Ragging is Conspicuous by its Absence-both in the Hostels and on the Campus. Stringent Punishment in the Form of a huge fine and even Expulsion from the College act as deterrents to ragging. The Principal and the Members of the Anti-Ragging cell are always vigilant and the Campus is totally free of Ragging.
- Any act resulting in:
- Mental/Physical/Sexual Abuse
- Verbal Abuse
- Indecent Behaviour
- Criminal Intimidation/Wrongful Restraint
- Undermining Human Dignity
- Financial Exploitation/Extortion
- Use of Force
- Each of the above is a criminal offence
A Student Indulging in Ragging can be:
- Expelled from the Institution
- Banned from the Mess/Hostel
- Her Scholarship can be withdrawn
- Denied Admission to any Institution
- Prosecuted for Criminal Action
- Institutions have been asked to file FIR with local Police Against those who RAG/ABET Ragging
Join Hands to make your Campus Ragging Free!!!
Legal Literacy Cell
WOMEN LEGAL LITERACY CELL- INCHARGE MS. REENA SHARMA
- Amanpreet Kaur, a lawyer, delivered a lecture on different legal Amendments, specially related to women.
- Legal Literacy Cell & Women Cell of Indira Gandhi National college, Ladwa invited the two entries of Essays.
- Shiv Kumar Markandey, A senir lawyer and mediator organised a legal camp in the college and apprised the students of their fundamental rights and duties and described about the domestic violence act. He explained them the working of mediation or ADR centre in District, Ambala.
The cell is working actively to make our girl students aware of their Social & Economic Rights safe & sound. Time to time, inspirational talks, and speeches are arranged and many eminent personalities from the legal services visit to deliver speeches and discuss with the students that how women rights can be protected at the crucial time.
Career Guidance Cell
The Career Guidance Cell has been catering to the needs of students with the following objectives:
- To conduct a survey among students on their career options.
- To organize Programmes to create awareness about the importance of higher studies in India and Abroad.
- To organize diagnostic tests for the competitive exams and to counsel them for higher studies.
- To organize coaching classes on higher studies.
- To conduct Orientation Programmes for freshers.
- To organize and offer various programmes on Personality Development, Soft Skills and Communication Skills.
- To organize Pre-Placement Training Programmes to enable students to showcase their skills during the Interview.
CAREER GUIDANCE CELL- INCHARGE MRS. NEETIKA BAJAJ
- A team of institute of Computer Accountant guided the students of final year about the practical coaching of Accounting.
- A seminar on ‘ Learn today for better Tomorrow’ was conducted by the team of ICICI Academy for skills, Zirakpur. A guideline on different courses was also given to the final year students.
- A team of VLCC provided guidelines on personality development to the students.
- Rajeev Sharma, Senior officer of Bulls Eye counsel the students of B.A & B.Com III of their career opportunities. A Motivational lecture was also given by Mr. Ravinder Gulati, Senior counselor, Bulls Eye, Chandigarh.
- On the same day , G.K Rahi, Director fo ICA encouraged the students of B.A & B.Com III to attend one month workshop in tally ERP-9 at college premises so as to enhance their employ-ability.
- P.K. Mehta, Director General, AIMT, Ambala with his team members gave a motivational lecture to the students so as how to make a choice among different career alternatives.
The NSS unit was introduced in 1978-79. The unit is serving for the progress and development of the rural areas nearby college, followed by camps and rallies. Many times cleanliness drives were organized. Today the Breast Cancer among the female is becoming very common. The unit is playing its vital role for the Breast Cancer Awareness. Recently RBCT (Rani Breast Cancer Trust) attached with our college to give important information and awareness for the said purpose. DSCG offers a student-centred programme NSS in which comprehensive projects are undertaken by the students in close collaboration with the community. Volunteers actively carry out programmes like emergency relief, institutional work, campus projects and literacy campaign etc. that give a first-hand account of community life to the students. Such invigorating programmes not only give students a platform to imbibe sterling qualities like self-discipline, cooperation, sense of responsibility, selfless service but also create a sense of awareness among rural people. MOU was specially signed by Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra University Dr. D.D. Sandhu, Vice Chairman of college management and Principal of the college. Director RBCT delivered a lecture on Awareness of Breast Cancer to the college students.
NSS UNIT- INCHARGE PO MRS. SHUBDHA THAKUR
- On NSS Deptt. started a campaign on ‘ value of vote in democracy’.
- On NSS volunteers celebrated independence day under independence day week.
- On under swachh bharat Campaign, NSS volunteers cleaned the college campus, canteen etc.
- On NSS dept. celebrated teachers day and planted 50 plants in pots.
- On NSS day was celebrated. The volunteers discussed various social problems ‘ value of blood donation’, ‘eye donation’, ‘problem of Environmental pollution’, ‘ Swachh bharat Campaign’ etc.
- On NSS P.O along with 85 volunteers attended the programme ‘ Mera Naam Meri Pehchan: Pati ke naam se ya Pita ke naam se’.
- In road safety quiz competition, 32 volunteers participated. It was organised by local administration of Ambala.
- On NSS PO attended the Red Ribbon Society training camp organised by Red Cross Society, Ambala at Govt. College Ambala Cantt.
- On the ‘National Youth Day;, NSS Deptt. in collaboration with women cell & Red Ribbon cell organised a function on the teachings of Swami Vivekanand. A poster Making competition was organised on the above said topic. The chief guest of the occasion was Mr. Viveksheel, Deputy CMO, Ambala. The programme was followed by a Quiz Competition organised by Mrs. Neelam, Counsellor HIV/AIDS, Ambala City.
- On NSS volunteers spread awareness among the Rickshaw pullars, auto- rikshaw driver & shopkeepers about cashless transaction.
- On NSS PO along with NSS volunteers attended one day swarna Jyanti Workshop on digital india vitiya sakshrta abhiyan organised by KUK.
- In Rangoli Competition on the topic value of vote in Democracy organised by District Election officer.
- To Spread awareness among the students Red Dot Group from Punjab Presented a Nukkar Natak on Drug addiction and Misuse of Mobile Phone.
- On NSS deptt. with the collaboration of Women Cell Deptt. a function was organised. The Chief Guest of the function was Mrs. Archana yadav C.J.M, Ambala.
A SEVEN-DAYS NSS CAMP
- Under the supervision of NSS P.O Mrs. Shubdha Thakur organised seven Days camp in Krishna colony, ward no. 14, near railway line and in the college campus.
- NSS volunteers celebrated voters day. A slogan writing competition was organised on the topic ‘ value of vote in democracy’. The volunteers took oath also to cast their vote.
- On the Eve of 68th Republic day, NSS volunteers hoisted national flag and presented their patriotic songs in the singing completion
- The volunteers were divided into three group so as to have a survey regarding use of toilet, Beti Padhao & to aware Krishna colony residents regarding cashless transaction. The data of survey reveals that at least 95% people are using toilets & mostly all the girls child are going schools.
- Yeshu, a web developer made the volunteers aware of cashless transaction and update everyone’s knowledge regarding different methods of digital payment.
- On the same day in the evening Ms. Kritika, Business development manager, gave tips to improve communication skill and on personality development.
- NSS volunteers carried forward swachh bharat abhiyan campaign and on the same topic poster-making competition was organised. On the same day NSS volunteers planted saplings in the college campus.
- Arvinderjeet , Distt. Women Development officer gave tips for the self defence. In the evening R.K Chhabra, L.D.M from P.N.B made the volunteers aware of the importance and different ways of cashless transaction.
- Valedictory function was celebrated. Ms. Renu Gupta, principal of the college graced the occasion. The volunteers from B.Com III performed act on ‘ Beti Padhao Beti Bachao’ and volunteers from B.A II performed skit on ‘ Swachh Bharat Campaign’. Prizes and certificates were also distributed to the active volunteers.
REGULAR ACTIVITIES UNDER NSS DURING 2016-17
- On 19th and 20th Aug. N.S.S Dept. Started a campaign on value of vote in Democracy in which 70 students filled their form to make the votes.
- S.S volunteers celebrated Independence Day on 23rd Aug under independence week from 15th Aug. to 23rd Aug.
- On 26th N.S.S volunteers under Swachh Bharat Campaign cleaned the college campus, canteen etc.
- On 5th N.S.S deptt. Celebrated teacher’s day. On this occasion volunteers planted 50 plants in pots.
- On 24th Sep N.S.S day celebrated by N.S.S volunteers. In which various social problems like “Blood Donation, Eye Donation, environment pollution Swachh Bharat Campaign” are discussed in the function.
- On 15th Oct N.S.S In-charge attended the programmme मेरा नाम मेरी पहचान, पति के नाम से ? या पिता के नाम से? organised by Danik Bhaskar At Amar Palace Hotel Ambala City in which 85 volunteers also attend the function. In question answer round two students Kumari Komal and Diksha from B.Com III won the prizes N.S.S Po also addressed the audience.
- On 21st N.S.S In – charge attended the one day workshop under Haryana Aids control society sponsored by D.H.E organised by Govt. College Ambala Cantt.
- On 8th 32 volunteers participated in Road Safety quiz competition organised by local Administration of Ambala. In which Kumari Khusboo, 1404, B.Com II stood Ist, Neha, 1405, B.Com II stood IInd and Ramandeep, 1456, B.com II, Stood IIIrd.
- On 9th Jan NSS Po. Attended the Red Ribban Society training camp organised by Red Cross Ambala at Govt. College Ambala Cantt.
- On 12th jan 2017 NSS Deptt. National Youth Day Deputy CMO of Ambalal are the chief guest of function. In which poster making competition on Swami Vivekanand teaching was organised. In which Kumari Gagan From, B.A II stood Ist, Dolfy from Com II stood IInd, and Neha from B.Com II stood IIIrd. Mrs. Neelam councellor of HIV/ AIDS from Ambala City also organised a quiz competition on HIV/AIDS.
- On 14th jan NSS Volunteers award the Ricksha puller Auto Drivers, Shopkeepers about cashless transaction.
- 20th Jan, 2017 NSS PO along with volunteers attended “One Day Swarna Jyanti Workshop on Digital India-Vittiya Sakshrta Abhiyan organised by K.U.K.
- On 25th Jan Kumari Gaganpreet form B.A II, Ramandeep and Rittu participated in Rangoli competition based on the topic value of vote in Democracy organised by Distt. Election Office and won.
Ist prize bagged by Gaganpreet – Rs. 1000/-
IInd Prize bagged by Ramanpreet – Rs. 500/-
IIIrd Prize bagged by Rittu – Rs. 300/-
- On 14th Red Dot Group from Punjab presented a Nukkar Natak on Drug addiction and Misuse of Mobile Phones. The purpose behind this function to award the students with the co- ordination of Women cell Dept. NSS unit celebrated Women Day. The chief guest of the function was C.J.M of Ambala.
- On 25th March 30 students took a certificate course training in First Aid.
- Harmesh faculty member from Red Cross Society Ambala gave the Training.
N.C.C. unit was introduced in the college in October 1957. Approx 12 NCC cadets attend Republic Day parade at New Delhi, time to time. These cadets are trained in various fields like drill, firing and other Army subjects. All cadets are expected to attend the camp for which they are detailed. NCC cadets are given refreshment and issued uniforms free-of-cost for a session. At the end of their course, they receive B & C certificates which motivate them even further. Our S.U.O Sheetal Verma had attended youth exchange programme at Bangladesh in March 2004. Even today our NCC unit provides remarkable performance. The NSS unit was introduced in 1978-79. The unit is serving for the progress and development of the rural areas nearby college, followed by camps and rallies. Many times cleanliness drives were organized. Today the Breast Cancer among the female is becoming very common. The unit is playing its vital role for the Breast Cancer Awareness. Recently RBCT (Rani Breast Cancer Trust) attached with our college to give important information and awareness for the said purpose. DSCG offers a student-centred programme NSS in which comprehensive projects are undertaken by the students in close collaboration with the community. Volunteers actively carry out programmes like emergency relief, institutional work, campus projects and literacy campaign etc. that give a first-hand account of community life to the students. Such invigorating programmes not only give students a platform to imbibe sterling qualities like self-discipline, cooperation, sense of responsibility, selfless service but also create a sense of awareness among rural people. MOU was specially signed by Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra University Dr. D.D. Sandhu, Vice Chairman of college management and Principal of the college. Director RBCT delivered a lecture on Awareness of Breast Cancer to the college students.
NCC UNIT (2016) INCHARGE ANO MAJOR SARITA RAJ
- On Military Band display and Army Equipment show was held at Police Lines ground, A/City. Our cadets along with ANO. Major Sarita Raj went to see the display. The cadets were very excited to see Radar, Boffer Guns, Emergency Bridges & Tanks etc.
- On cleanliness Drive was held under Swach Bharat Abhiyaan. Our cadets took brooms and dusters to clean the college hall.
- To motivate people to plant more and more trees, saplings were planted in college managing committee. Mrs. Aadarsh, Member Managing committee and Renu Gupta, the principal.
- Our two cadets U/o Manisha & U/o Sonia attended Military Hospital attachment camp in Ambala Cantt.
- Our two cadets Medhna and Lovepreet were selected to attend R.D selection camp held at Ropar.
- On the world Aids Day, Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur, I/C Red Ribbon Cell addressed our cadets and explained them the sign, symptoms and Precautionary methods to get away from Aids. Madam Principal & ANO Sarita Raj also addressed the cadets.
- Cpl Medhna attended D.CAT I and DCAT II camps at Ropar. She also attended Pre R.D Camp at Ropar.
- On our cadets Participated in MiniMarathan Held at Ambala Cantt.
- On Voters Day our cadets took pledge to vote. A Slogan writing competition on the above said occasion was also organised.
- Our cadets participated in Republic Day Parade held at New Anaj Mandi Ambala city.
- Our cadets attended Annual Trg.Camp held at GIMT, Kanipla, Kurukshetra.
- Our 11 Cadets appeared in certificate ‘C’ examination and 13 cadets certificate ‘B’ examination. Result is awaited.
Youth Welfare Department has been working hard to provide a firm stage to new talent. To furnish maximum opportunities for the outlet of talent of the students, ‘Talent Hunts’ are organized every year. Under the supervision of the department, students outshine in these events. Efforts are made to let more and more students showcase their artistic skills at state, national and international level.
Various competitions are organized at Intra and inter-college level. To enhance the interest and to maintain the fervor, occasions like Teej, Basant etc are also celebrated by the department. Various theatrical and other cultural performances by different professional groups are arranged throughout the year. Student Welfare Department of the college functions for the overall benefit and welfare of the student community. It fully addresses the social and academic concerns of students via interaction in different forms. Regular counselling sessions are conducted for students in need of personal and academic guidance. While taking care of each student and extending fullsupport to resolve any academic and non-academic problems, the department also organises activities that boost up the morale of the students and help in developing a positive mindset with the help of various clubs & societies.
The vision of Centre for Youth Development and Activities is to “Create an enabling environment in society for the young people that allow them to grow as responsible, healthy, productive and independent individuals”. To achieve this goal the college has established a “Centre for Youth Affairs and Personality Development” under which the youth of the college is involved in various constructive activities. The main motive of the club is to channelise the ever flowing youth energy for the development of the society and the nation. Under the aegis of the aforesaid centre the youth of the college are involved in various positive activities. It is a voluntary organization which is involved in educating people and the society against the menace of HIV/AIDS, gender inequality, killing of the girl child, traffic mismanagement etc. among others. Special endeavour is made to help develop the character, skills, confidence of the youth and promote a sense of secularism, patriotism, service and co-operation among them. Various blood donation camps, tours, seminars, debates, conferences, workshops and meetings etc. are organised by the students from time to time on the topics of national integration, good governance, social justice, ways to eliminate poverty, illiteracy, corruption, pollution and intoxication from the society etc. The students are also encouraged to help as well as manage people during the time of natural or other disasters