Celebrated International Mother Language Day 2019

International Mother Tongue day was celebrated on 23rd February 2019. On this occasion, a young poet and keynote speaker Mr. Ansh Sagar was familiarized with the students. Mr. Ansh Sagar was welcomed by the Vice-Principal, Dr. Bikramjit Kaur and was introduced to the students by Ms. Gurjodh Kaur, Assistant Professor in Punjabi. The poet shared his life experiences with the audience. He detailed his transformation from an engineer to a bard to the audience. The keynote speaker advocated the fuller use of mother tongue in our life and emphasized the fact that English language is rather superficial for us but our mother tongue, Punjabi is deeply connected with our emotions and culture.  He exhorted the collegiate to shun alien culture and respect their parents and teachers. He criticized obscenity in Punjabi songs and urged the youngsters to create august literature in their native languages.  The youngsters were advised to keep away from drugs because they are harmful both for the mind and the body. Many of his recitations were appreciated by the audience.

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Fourth Leadership Training Camp held at GCCBA-50, Chandigarh

The 4th Leadership Training Camp for two days i.e. on 8th and 9th October 2018 was organised in association with Forum of Free Enterprise a Charitable Trust established by Late Sh. A.D. Shroff in Mumbai in 1956. The camp concluded with the valedictory session where students shared their feedback and felt rejuvenated and enlightened after attending the camp as the two days consistent activities helped them to come of out of their comfort zone and realize their potential. The host college organized this camp free of cost for students of tri-city colleges and students were provided with the certificates and lunch.

Trial Event for Creative Writing Competition and Public Speaking Competition

Trial Event was organized in the college on 1st September 2018 wherein around 56 students participated in various literary items such as essay writing, story writing and poetry writing competition, public speaking competition and quiz. Approximately 27 students participated in the creative writing competition. Nearly 13 students participated in written quiz and 17 students participated in public speaking competition for debate/poem recitation and elocution.

THREE DAYS PRACTICAL WORKSHOP ON “Tuning with Management Education” (13-14-15 March 2018)

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A Practical THREE DAYS WORKSHOP on 13th, 14th and 15th March 2018  was  organized by Literary society of the college on the Topic: Tuning with Management Education by Prof Pahlad Aggarwal (Former Deputy Director Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration and Founder Member and Former Principal of GCCBA-50, Chandigarh) and his team. The venue for the workshop was Meditation Room of the College.

The purpose of this workshop was to help the students understand the practical and universal implication of management in addressing their all types of issues (whether personal or professional) to help them achieve their goals in all spheres of life for a happy, healthy and successful living by learning to tune with role of management education practically through body-mind harmony exercises. The three day workshop included theatrical exercises/games/ meditation techniques and sharing sessions. The number of Participants was limited up to a maximum of 15 and their registration was done   through online submission on first cum first basis.

The workshop included three days program in which during the first day the purpose of the workshop was introduced to them and a sharing session was held in which they were asked to share their purpose of attending the workshop. Later Tarot Cards were shared with all the students helping them to understand the guiding sutra for their life through which they can manage and tune themselves with the issues of life that they are currently dealing with.

During the second day of the workshop the students shared their concern on personal and professional front and a group discussion was held and the issues were addressed in specific at the individual level to help them  tune with those issues and take them in stride and overcome them and see them as opportunities rather obstacles in one’s growth.

During the third day of the workshop, one of the Zen stories was discussed based on “Judgement” highlighting that how one should drop the issues that concern them. Further story suggested that because one is not in tune with themselves therefore one carries things of past or future instead choosing to live totally in the present and let go of issues that concern.

Later on the story was enacted theatrically by the participants to help them understand the core meaning of the sutra in a practical manner.

To conclude the workshop, students shared their feedback and felt the need of such kind of workshops as it helped them to understand their own self/others and situations that they are dealing with. All in all it helped them to understand the keys to learn the art of tuning and take every challenge as an opportunity to grow and explore in that aspect of life in the context of management of self and others.

The Team distributed souvenirs to all the participants as a token of their participation in the workshop specially designed with their personal photographs by the event management team of the conductors. It was also suggested by the participants’ regular review sessions should be held at least once a week. Hence the review sessions were started after the workshop Every Thursday for the participants in the Mediation Room from 2 PM to 3:30 PM to see the overall implementation and progress of the same. Refreshments were served to the students on all three days. Later Feedback forms were received from the participants in which they shared that how this workshop has helped them to be at ease  with their emotional struggles and has helped them to see things with more clear perspective and the need to tune from within to deal with the issues of all sorts and overcome them in specific.

 

 

 

Trial Events for Participation in Yuvclique 2018 (10th February 2018)

Trial events were organized for sending the students to participate in Yuvclique 2018. Near about twenty students participated in Business Written Quiz, Debate and Poster Presentation. The students were selected based on the trial events for participation in Yuvclique 2018.  Literary Society also conducted the Debate Competition during Yuvclique on 17th February 2018 and suggested Topic for debate for the competition  ” Management is the basis/Foundation of all types of EducationPoster Presentation in digital print media form was also organised where the theme given to students was based on Innovative Ideas on Business/Commerce/Management. Following Students were selected for participation in various events:

S.No Name Class/Roll No Event of Participation Teams
1. Harrey B Com VI Sem

1511175

Business Quiz Team 1
2. Shivani B.Com II Sem

97/17

Business Quiz Team 1
3. Saksham Verma

 

B.Com IV Sem

1611140

Business Quiz Team 2
4. Simran M.Com II Sem

1721020

Business Quiz Team 2
5. Abhishek Gupta B.Com IV Sem

1611095

Poster Presentation Team 1
6. Vikram Singh B.Com IV Sem

1611023

Poster Presentation Team 1
7. Tushar Singh B.Com IV Sem

1611043

Poster Presentation Team 1
8. Rupali B.Com VI Sem

1511056

Poster Presentation Team 2
9. Surangana BBA II Sem 72/17 Debate Team 1
10. Gurmehar Kaur M.Com IInd Sem

1721045

Debate Team 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

3rd Leadership Training Camp held at GCCBA-50,Chandigarh (29th- 30th September 2017)

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Government College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector 50 Chandigarh organized the 3rd Leadership Training Camp for two days ie on 29th and 30th September 2017. The camp was being organized by the Literary Society of the College for the 3rd  time in association with Forum of Free Enterprise a Charitable Trust established by Late Sh. A.D. Shroff in Mumbai in 1956.The objective of the Trust was to educate the public on economic affairs. In order to achieve the same, the forum organizes training camps in various colleges and schools all over India. The camp as always was very successful with the students from tri-city as it has engaged them into some practical exercises/workshops for Two consecutive days to understand Leadership, Management and Team work. The basic purpose of the programme was to engage students by the team of experts from Mumbai Shri Vivek Patki and Shri Rajiv Luv who took highly interactive sessions based on practical workshops on the themes like Goal Setting, Self-Esteem, Time Management, Self-Management , Communication Skills and team work to highlight a few.

The camp concluded with the valedictory session where students shared their feedback and felt rejuvenated and enlightened after attending the camp as the two days consistent activities helped them to come of out of their comfort zone and realize their potential. The host college organized this camp free of cost for students of tri-city colleges and students were provided with the certificates and lunch. Principal Dr Manjit Kaur in her address congratulated the students for their effective participation and presented the memento to the worthy guests from Mumbai as a Token of gratitude for their contribution through this camp.