Student Support Services


Social Sensitisation Cell organizes and supports various departments and bodies of the college in arranging programmes on sensitizing people on crucial and critical issues concerning our society. It assists the college in organising awareness programmes on issues like AIDS, Hygiene, women empowerment and drug abuse etc. It also plays a key role in arranging camps, guest lectures and other extension activities on these issues.

  • Organized a rally on AIDS Awareness Day, Punjab Divas.
  • Arranged lectures on water conservation by Dr. Jaswinder Kaur in association with Dept of Environmental Studies.
  • Supported the NSS in its activities like blood donation programme and visit to ashrams.
  • Organized Bone Mass Density Camp in association with Physiotherapy Department at village Khassan on 10th April 2010
  • Assisted physiotherapy department to organize tour to Asha AWWA School, Jalandhar Cantt. where CP, Muscular Dystrophy and Autistic patients were given general PT awareness.
  • Organized Tree Plantation, cleanliness drives and various awareness campaigns.

Youth Club’s visit to Rastriya Andh Vidhalya

Youth Club of Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar donated money amount Rs. 2700, 40 kg food grains, 40 kg sugar and clothes at Rastriya Andh VidhalyaJalandhar which was contributed by member students of the club. Prof. Simranjeet Singh Bains, Prof.Kamal pal Randhawa, Prof. Charnjit Singh Saini, Prof. Ratnakar Mann and four student members of the club were present at the occasion. The activity was designed with a purpose to instigate sympathy and care for physically challenged co-human beings among the youth.

Women Grievance Redressal Cell

In view of the increasing number of girl students in the campus, Women Grievance Redressal Cell makes every effort to ensure that the girls feel at home. The cell operates at two levels-it resolves common problems of girl students and also takes up individual cases of sexual harassment, if any. Ragging in the hostels is totally disallowed, and any adventure in this respect is punishable.

Departmental Student Bodies

  • Ahsaas
  • Aristotle Society of Life Sciences
  • Sikh Study Circle
  • Business Club
  • Mendleev Society of Chemistry
  • Commerce Association
  • S. Swaran Singh Mathematical Society
  • Sports Welfare Club
  • History Club
  • English Literary Society
  • Techno-Students Association
  • Geographers’ Association
  • Political Science Association
  • Women Empowerment Group
  • Planning Forum
  • Punjabi Sahit Sabha
  • Raman Physics Association
  • Panacea

Legal Aid Club

It has been aptly said by Justice Bhagwati that legal aid is the delivery system of social justice. To achieve this objective of social justice a “Legal Aid Club” has been established in the college. This club has been set up in association with the National Services Scheme. The aim behind the conception of the Legal Aid Club is to ensure that nobody is condemned unheard and every person is given a fair trial before the court of law. It also promotes justice on the basis of equal opportunity to all. The members of the legal aid club spread awareness about legal literacy by various novel and innovative methods like through paintings, posters, cards, street plays, declamations and debates, legal awareness camps and seminars etc. They educate the public at large about their various rights like the human rights, consumer rights, rights of women and children, labour rights right of children for free and compulsory education etc. The youth and public at large is also motivated to eradicate evils like domestic violence and cruelty against women, dowry, female foeticide, drug addiction, bonded labor & corruption etc.

The club also works closely with the District Legal Services Authority and it educates those who cannot access justice due to economic and other disabilities. People who are eligible for getting legal aid under the law like Women and children; Members of SC/ST; Industrial workmen; Victims of mass disasters; Disabled persons; Persons in custody; and victims of Trafficking in Human beings are told about their rights. The members of the club also persuade people to settle their disputes amicably through Lok Adalats.

Centre for Youth Affairs and Personality Development

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

N.S.S.

The National Service Scheme Wing of the college organizes different activities to inculcate a sense of social responsibility among students, and to foster inside them leadership qualities. The highlights of NSS activities during 2010-11 are:

 

  • Six NSS volunteers of the college participated in the National Summer Camp organized by the Youth Services Department of the Central Govt., held at Hatkoti, Shimla.
  • Devinder Kumar, a talented students of the college, participated in the 7-day National Camp held at Rajiv Gandhi National Youth Development Institution, Pondicherry.
  • Tree plantation programme in the college campus was organized to mark the national ‘Van-Mahotsav’ day.
  • During the month of November, a special lecture was delivered by Dr. Jaswinder Singh Bilga on importance of trees in the environment. 

NCC

N.C.C. AIR WING

NCC activity is a second line of defence which lays special emphasis on overall development of personality. NCC training inculcates amongst cadets the spirit of national building. They are imparted training in drill, handling weapons, GSK, fire fighting, civil defence, pilot aptitude and battery test and provided training for SSB interview.
As a social activity, cadets are taught to participate in camp management. They are provided opportunity to develop sense of comradeship. As a part of NCC training, cadets are motivated to discover their own capabilities by overcoming mental and physical challenges and by developing leadership qualities.
At annual combined training camp cadets are selected for higher cadres. During 2010-11 cadet Gurmanpreet Singh, Kirti and Satwinder Singh got first position in shooting. Cadet Sgt. Sarabjeet Kaur and Ajay Singh got second position in shooting. Cadet Ashish got best cadet award in unit. Hiten Kumar participated in Commonwealth games at New Delhi.
For the 4th consecutive year our cadet won the overall best cadet trophy. Cadet Sgt. Prabhleen Kaur Bawa got best cadet award in whole group and awarded a cash prize of Rs.3500/-. Our college contingent also won drill competition and was awarded a trophy.
Cadet Jasmine successfully cleared the National CDS exam for Indian Army and National CET exam for Indian Air Force.

N.C.C. ARMY WING

N.C.C. Activities

11 cadets, selected from the college, were presented Gold Medals for organization of Commonwealth Games, New Delhi Oct. 2010. U/o Umesh Kumar Pandey was the only cadet from the region selected for mountaineering camp at Uttarkashi. S. U/o Dheeraj Singh Routela was also the only cadet selected from the region for Rock Climbing Camp, Gwalior. Two cadets from the college attended the National Integration Camps (N.I.C.) at Gujarat & Naya Nangal and won prizes for various activities Jan. 2011.

Other activities include:

  1. 11 Cadets attended Army Attachment Camp, Jalandhar Cantt.
  2. 06 Cadets attended the Pre-R.D. Camp at Kapurthala Oct. 2010 and Ludhiana.
  3. 05 Cadets attended the various Pre-Thal Sena Camps.
  4. 50 Cadets each attended the two C.A.T.C.  and won prizes for various activities.
  5. 25 Cadets participated in the state level republic day parade 2011 at Guru Gobind Singh Stadium, Jalandhar.
  6. 06 Cadets participated in the army flag day Dec. 2010.
  7. An exhibition and Motivation Lecture by group Commander, Jalandhar and Commanding Officer 2 Pb. Bq. was held in the college in Aug. 2010.
  8.  Prestigious 'C' Certificate Exam of the Group (Doaba Region) and 'B' Certificate Exam of the Battalion was held in our college on 20thFeb. & 7thFeb. 2011 respectively where 35 cadets appeared for 'c' certificate & 41 for 'B' certificate.

Scholarships

To motivate the students to excel in the fields of Academics, Sports and Cultural Activities and to support the weaker sections of the society, the college has in place a system that provides deserving students Scholarships, Concessions and Stipends. Special scholarships are available  to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Class students as per Punjab Govt. rules. The college also arranges for monetary help for the genuine and needy students from Students Aid Fund.

The following scholarships are presently available.

  • Scholarship worth Rs 10 Lacks sponsored by Sh. M.L. Sehgal, UK (C/o Mrs. Parminder Beri, Jalandhar) for a meritorious student.
  • Prof. G.S. Bhullar Memorial Scholarship worth Rs 5000/- each for two students per year.
  • S. Jaswant Singh Rai Memorial Scholarship worth Rs. 5000/- for one student of Computer Department.
  • Smt. Basant Kaur Rai Memorial Scholarship worth Rs 5000/- for one student of Physiotherapy Department.
  • Mata Tej Kaur Rai Memorial Scholarship worth Rs. 5000/- for one student of Biotechnology Department. S. Mihan Singh Rai Scholarship in Physical Sciences Scholarship worth Rs.5000/- for one student.
  • S. Hari Singh Charitable & Educational Trust Scholarship, (Jalandhar) worth Rs. 2000/- each for three students.
  • The North American Sikh Education Foundation Scholarship, (USA) worth Rs. 5000/- each for five students.
  • Prof. Harjinder Kaur Memorial Scholarship worth Rs.5100/- for student of MA History
  • Prof . O.P Khurana Memorial Scholarship worth Rs. 5000/- each for two students( only for girl students)
  • Sihota Scholarship Trust : Two scholarship worth Rs. 5000/- each for brilliant students of M.Sc(Math) and two scholarship worth Rs 5000/- each for the brilliant student of M.A.( Arts)
  • Single Girl Child Scholarship (S.G.C)
  • Minority Community Scholarship(Govt. of India)

Concessions

Liberal concession are granted in the case of deserving and promising students. These are :

  • Concession to meritorious students.
  • Concession to economically weaker and deserving students
  • Concession to sportsman
  • Concession to students excelling in cultural activities
  • Freeship of Blind and handicapped students.

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