30 May 2022
The 64th Annual Prize Distribution Function of Post-Graduate Govt. College for Girls, Sector-11, Chandigarh was held today. Ms Purva Garg IAS, Education Secretary, Chandigarh Administration was the Chief Guest on the occasion. The Chief-guest, Principal, Dean and Vice-Principal of the college lighted the ceremonial lamp which was followed by invocation of Goddess Saraswati by the students. Amidst applause by the audience, more than More than 700 meritorious students were honoured with trophies and prizes for their outstanding and distinctive performance in the field of academics, sports and extra-curricular activities. Ms. Purva Garg also inaugurated the newly constructed State of the Art Multimedia Room which would strengthen the infrastructure and facilitate organizing of seminars, conferences and interactive sessions.
The College Annual Report was presented by the Principal wherein she highlighted the glorious achievements of the students in the fields of academics, extra-curricular activities and sports at the university, inter-university, state, national and international levels. She also underlined the contribution of faculty as members of Academic Bodies of Panjab University and their endeavors in research and publications.
Highlighting the glorious progress during the last session, she elaborated that the college has won numerous accolades in Environmental conservation, Sustainable development practices and cleanliness at national and international level. The college has also been felicitated for path-breaking initiatives in Tree Plantation, Eat right campus and Beat Covid Campaign. Enumerating the infrastructural developments she mentioned that the college is first of its kind in the city to have a Solid Waste Management Plant. Further, the construction of Research Block for five Doctoral Centers is nearing completion. The Principal proudly announced that the college has won Overall Trophy for the Eighth Consecutive Year in PU Zonal Youth & Heritage Festival; College Institution Innovation Council (IIC) has been granted FOUR star status by MoE, Govt. of India and has been Conferred with Green Champion Award by MGNCRE Govt. of India.
Chief Guest congratulated and gave away the prizes to the students who excelled in academics, sports and extra-curricular activities. Lauding the multidimensional achievements of the institution, Ms Purva Garg observed that it is heartwarming to see the competence, determination, smiles and confidence amongst the students. She further said that there is no doubt that education gives wings to the students, but teachers act as winds beneath their wings which help them fly. She was optimistic that these bright and confident girls would lead the country one day.
It is worth mentioning that from this year Mr. B.S. Ojha IAS (Retd.) has instituted special awards in the memory of Mrs. Pushpa Ojha, former Principal of this college. These awards will be given to all round best students of UG and PG classes.
More than 700 prizes were awarded to the students in various categories.
18 students were awarded the College Colour in sports and 07 in extra-curricular activities.
06 students were awarded the Roll of Honour in sports for their achievements in various inter-university, state and national level championships and 18 students were awarded the Roll of Honour for extra-curricular activities.
Chetna was adjudged as the Best NCC Cadet Air Wing.
Aditi Singh was adjudged as the Best NCC Cadet Army Wing.
Jashanpreet Kaur was awarded as the Best volunteer of NSS.
Harshita was awarded S.P. Dutta Award for Honesty.
Aashiyana Bhardwaj was adjudged Best in Sports.
Anita was awarded the Nirmal Vasudeva Scholarship
Mahima was awarded M.C. Bhatia Award for being the Best student in Physics.
Snow Saadgi was awarded Mrs. Sharan Makkar Memorial Award for being the outstanding student in Punjabi literature.
K. Manju, Simranjeet Kaur and Jyoti were awarded Dr. Harjinder Singh Scholarship.
Ankita Verma was awarded Mrs. Pushpa Verma Scholarship and a medal for standing 1st in M.A-II in P.U. and her performance in Youth Festivals.
Amisha got Mrs. Pushpa Verma Scholarship and a medal for her performance in Academics and Youth Festivals.
Simranjeet Kaur, Lovepreet Kaur and Aarushi were awarded Sh. Dharam Rattan Scholarship.
Amandeep Kaur was awarded Sardarni Devinder Kaur Scholarship.
Babita and Jyoti Chauhan were awarded Gopal Das Garg Memorial Scholarship for their performance in Music Instrumental and Music Vocal respectively.
Shruti, Kajal, Diksha, Sukhwinder Kaur, Prerna and Ranju were awarded Prabha Kapila Scholarship.
Rasanjeet Kaur was awarded Gursharan Singh Scholarship for excelling in Punjabi language and literature.
Simranjeet Kaur was awarded Devinderjit Kaur Scholarship for excelling in Punjabi subject.
Shruti of B.Sc. III (Computer Science) was declared the All Round Best Student of the college at the Under-graduate level.
Ankita Verma of M.A.-II Music (Instrumental) was declared the All Round Best Student of the college at the Post-graduate level.
The all round best students were also given the award instituted by Mr. B.S. Ojha IAS (Retd.) in memory of Mrs. Pushpa Ojha, former Principal of this college.