The Department of Youth Welfare, Panjab University Chandigarh organizes Youth Festival annually with an objective of nurturing the young minds for their all-round growth and multi-dimensional development.
The students of our college have been actively participating in items of all genres viz., Literary and debating like public speaking, quiz, elocution, poetry recitation; Performing arts such as bhajan, ghazal, vaar, kali, group song, folk, percussion, non-percussion, orchestra, Indian orchestra, classical dance solo dance, group dance; Creative arts such as painting, photography, collage, heritage items; and Theatrical performances like drama, skit, histrionics, mime. The excellence of their performance spans all events and they been bringing laurels to the college by winning across all categories. It is a matter of great pride that our college has been the winner of Overall trophy for the last 9 consecutive years in zonal youth and heritage festival.
Days Celebrated at Campus
|Date||Day, we have celebrated as|
|11th July||World Population Day|
|26th July||Van Mahotsav|
|15th August||Independence Day|
|20th August||Sadbhavana Diwas|
|20th August||Akshay Urja Diwas|
|1st -30th September||National Poshan Maah|
|5th September||Teacher’s Day|
|8th September||World Literacy Day|
|10th September||World Suicide Prevention Day|
|12th September||Blood Donation Camp|
|14th September||Hindi Diwas|
|16th September||World Ozone Day|
|21st September||World Gratitude Day|
|24th September||NSS Day|
|2nd October||Gandhi Jayanti|
|1st -7th October||Wildlife Week|
|10th October||World Deworming Day|
|10th October||World Mental Health Day|
|13th October||International Day for Disaster Reduction|
|25th October||UN Day|
|27th October – 2nd November||Vigilance Awareness Week|
|31st October||Rashtriya Ekta Diwas|
|13th November||Anti Cracker Awareness Campaign|
|21st November||World Philosophy Day|
|26th November||Constitution Day|
|1st December||World AIDS Day|
|5th December||World Soil Day|
|10th December||World Human Rights Day|
|12th December||National Pollution Prevention Day|
|14th December||National Energy Conservation Day|
|12th January||National Youth Day|
|24th January||National Girl Child Day|
|25th January||Voter’s Day|
|26th January||Republic Day|
|29th -31st January||Swachhta Drive/Sanitation Drive|
|30th January||Martyr’s Day|
|30th January||Awareness Programme on Environment Conservation|
|2nd February||World Wetland Day|
|11th February||Tree Plantation Day|
|28th February||National Science Day|
|8th March||International Women’s Day|
|9th March||Ek Bharat ShreshtH Bharat|
|20th March||International Day of Happiness|
|21st March||World Forest Day|
|22nd March||World Water Day|
|7th April||World Health Day|
|22nd April||World Earth Day|
|22nd May||World Biodiversity Day|
|31st May||World No Tobacco Day|
|5th June||World Environment Day|
|8th June||World Ocean Day|
|21st June||International Yoga Day|
|26th June||International Day of Drug Abuse|
|Blood Donation 22-23|
|Blood Donation 21-22|
|Blood Donation 19-20|
|Blood Donation 18-19|
|Blood Donation 17-18|
|Community Hygiene 22-23|
|Community Hygiene 21-22|
|Community Hygiene 20-21|
|Community Hygiene 19-20|
|Community Hygiene 18-19|
|Community Hygiene 17-18|
|Cultural Society 22-23|
|Cultural Society 21-22|
|Cultural Society 20-21|
|Cultural Society 19-20|
|Cultural Society 18-19|
|Cultural Society 17-18|
|Disaster Management 22-23|
|Disaster Management 21-22|
|Disaster Management 19-20|
|Disaster Management 18-19|
|Disaster Management 17-18|
|Kala Srijan 22-23|
|Kala Srijan 21-22|
|Kala Srijan 20-21|
|Kala Srijan 19-20|
|Kala Srijan 18-19|
|Kala Srijan 17-18|
Literary And Debating
|Literary and Debating 22-23|
|Literary And Debating 21-22|
|Literary And Debating 20-21|
|Literary And Debating 19-20|
|Literary And Debating 18-19|
|Literary And Debating 17-18|
|Traffic Awareness 2022-23|
|Traffic awareness 2021-22|
|Traffic awareness 2020-21|
|Traffic awareness 2019-20|
|Traffic awareness 2018-19|
|Traffic awareness 2017-18|
Red Ribbon Club
|Red Ribbon Club 22-23|
|Red Ribbon Club 21-22|
|Red Ribbon Club 20-21|
|Red Ribbon Club 19-20|
|Red Ribbon Club 18-19|
|Red Ribbon Club 17-18|
The functioning of the institution is democratic and participative and it has a firm belief that the students should also learn and imbibe the democratic fabric in their formative years. To ensure the achievement of this belief, Electoral Literacy Club was established in the college.
Nodal Officer: Dr. S.K.Singh, Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration
Nodal Officer: Dr. Ambuj Sharma, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
Members: Faculty of Department of Public Administration
Faculty of Department of Political Science
Faculty of Department of Philosophy
Campus Ambassador: Ms. Ravneet Kaur
- To serve a platform to engage students through interesting activities and hands-on experience on elections/voting
- To sensitise them on their electoral rights
- To familiarise them with the electoral process of registration and voting
- To stimulate and motivate students provoking them to think and ask questions
- To strengthen the culture of electoral participation among young and future voters
The Club undertakes diverse mechanisms in tune with the objectives. It organises:
- competitions to make the students identify their knowledge on elections and voting
- on-campus activities for sensitization of students
- off-campus activities for awareness generation
- talks and interactive sessions with scholars to guide the students
- celebration of significant days such as Constitution Day and Voters Day
Electoral Literacy Club
Student Self Help Group (SSHG)
Post Graduate Government College for Girls, Sector 11 Chandigarh in collaboration with Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education (MGNCRE), Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Government of India has formed 10 Self-Help Groups of students to be self-sustainable and self-employable in future. These students displayed their products during the Day Long Bazaar organized by Event Management and Food Preservation Team in ZenFiesta held on 7 th March, 2023.
List of Departments
|Botany Departmental Profile|
|Chemistry Departmental Profile|
|Commerce Departmental Profile|
|Computer Applications Departmental Profile|
|Computer Science Departmental Profile|
|Dance Departmental Profile|
|Economics Departmental Profile|
|English Departmental Profile|
|Fine Arts Departmental Profile|
|French Departmental Profile|
|Geography Departmental Profile|
|Hindi Departmental Profile|
|History Departmental Profile|
|Home Science Departmental Profile|
|Home Science 22-23|
|Home Science 21-22|
|Home Science 20-21|
|Home Science 19-20|
|Home Science 18-19|
|Home Science 17-18|
|Mathematics Departmental Profile|
|Music Vocal Departmental Profile|
|Music Instrumental Departmental Profile|
|Physical Education Departmental Profile|
|Physical Education 21-22|
|Physical Education 20-21|
|Physical Education 19-20|
|Physical Education 18-19|
|Physical Education 17-18|
|Philosophy Departmental Profile|
|Psychology Departmental Profile|
|Public Administration Departmental Profile|
|Punjabi Department activity report 2022-23|
|Political Science Departmental Profile|
|Sociology Departmental Profile|
|Sanskrit Departmental Profile|
|Sanskrit Sahitya 2022-23|
|Sanskrit Sahitya 2021-22|
|Sanskrit Sahitya 2020-21|
|Sanskrit Sahitya 2019-20|
|Sanskrit Sahitya 2018-19|
|Sanskrit Sahitya 2017-18|
|Zoology Departmental Profile|
National Service Scheme
|Dr. Salil Sharma|
|Dr. Pallavi Mishra|
|Dr. Anju Pehwal|
|Dr. Anoop Singh|
|Dr. Vijay Kumar|
|Ms. Shamama Amir|
|Dr. Ritu Shekri|
|Mr. Sanjay Kumar|
- Developing personality and character of the student through voluntary community service.
- To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve the main problem solving process.
- To gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
- To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
- To develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disaster.To practice national integration and social harmony.
- Understand the community in which they work.
- Understand themselves in relation to their community.
- Develop competence required for group living and sharing responsibilities.
- Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
- Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.
- Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibilities.
National Cadet Corps.
|Over All Incharge
Dr. Neelam Rathee
Caretaker: Ms. Harpreet Kaur
Caretaker: Dr. Saravpreet Kaur
- To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizen.
- To create a human resource of organized trained and motivated youth to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and be always available for the service of the nation.
- To fulfill the requirements expected in the latest socio-economic scenario in India.
- To develop character, discipline, comradeship, secular outlook, ideals of selfless services and adventure spirits amongst large numbers of young citizens.
- To create a pool of trained, organized and motivated youth with various leadership qualities in every walk of their life and serve the Nation irrespective of career they choose.
- To provide a sound environment conducive towards motivating large numbers of young people of India to join armed forces.
Induction into NCC is on voluntary basis and students both boys and girls can join at the age of 13 years in Junior Division (JD)/Junior Wing (JW) (Class VIII to X) and in Senior Division (SD)/Senior Wing (SW) from class XI onwards.
Eligibility Conditions for Certificate Examination
(i) The cadet must have attended a minimum of 75% of total training period laid down in the syllabus for the first and second years for Senior Division Wing NCC (All Wings).
(ii) Must have attended one Annual Training Camp/NIC.
(iii) Cadets possessing ‘A’ certificate will be awarded 10 bonus marks.
(iv) An Air Wing Cadet must do a minimum of 10 Glide Launches.
(i) The candidate must be in possession of Certificate ‘B’.
(ii) The cadet must be in third year of SD/SW NCC Training.
(iii) The cadet must have attended a minimum of 75% of the periods of 3rd year syllabus during the academic session.
(iv) Must have attended Two ATCs or one ATC and in addition one of the following:-
- RD Camp at Delhi (RDC).
- Centrally Organised Camp (COC).
- Para Training Camp (PTC).
- National Integration Camp (NIC) (when applicable for SD/SW Cadets).
- All India Trekking Expedition (DG NCC organised).
- All India Mountaineering Expedition (DG NCC organised).
- Attachment Training with Service units.
- Any one of the Adventure Courses approved by DG NCC.
- Sailing Expedition , with actual sailing exceeding 10 days, duly approved by DG NCC.
- Any cadet participating in National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) matches as part of DG NCC team.
- Special Services Camps (essentially with 50% Service training).
- Successfully done Scuba Diving Course.
- Youth Exchange Programme.
- Foreign cruise (Navy).
NCC Air Wing
|NCC Air Wing 22-23
|NCC Air Wing 21-22|
|NCC Air Wing 20-21|
|NCC Air Wing 19-20|
|NCC Air Wing 18-19|
|NCC Air Wing 17-18|
Convocation is once in a lifetime moment for the students when they receive the formal certification of their academic achievements. College organises convocation annually wherein fresh graduates and post-graduates are conferred degrees and felicitated for their educational excellence. Our students have been exhibiting commendable results and making their mark in the merit lists of Panjab University in all streams and in all subjects. We in PGGCG-11 besides conferring degrees in this ceremony, take pleasure in honouring our alumnae who have shown meritorious performances in the course of their academics. It is also taken care of that the Chief-guest for the occasion is a personality who can serve as a role-model for the students and whose words of wisdom guide them in the furtherance of their careers. The 63rd Annual Convocation of the college was held on 20th May, 2022 and Professor Nishtha Jaswal, Vice Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla, was the Chief Guest on the occasion.
Annual Prize Distribution Function
Annual Prize Distribution Function
Recognition of performance serves as motivator and morale booster for the young minds. Their inclination towards the field of their choice and sticking to excellence gets a boost, and the feeling of belongingness towards the institution increases. College organises Prize Distribution Function annually wherein distinction of students in academics, sports and co-curricular activities is recognized and rewarded. These prizes are awarded on the basis of performance in the college examination, Panjab University examination, achievements in games and sports, and excellence in co-curricular activities ranging from literary and debating to performing arts; and from creative arts to community-centric activities. It is a matter of great pride that the successful performance and brilliance of our students spans all areas and genres, and is reflected at all levels, regional, national as well as international.It is also taken care of that the Chief-guest for the occasion is a personality who can serve as a role-model for the students and whose words of wisdom guide them in the furtherance of their careers. The 64th Annual Prize Distribution Function of the college was held on 30th May, 2022, and Ms. Purva Garg, IAS, Education Secretary, Chandigarh Administration was the Chief-guest on the occasion.
Annual Athletic Meet
Annual Athletic Meet
Believing in the dictum of ‘A healthy mind lives in a healthy body’, our college gives significance to games and sports at par with academics. Our students have shown excellent academic performances but have been performing equally well in sporting tournaments as well. May it be outdoor games like athletics and track and field events, hockey, netball, handball, volleyball; or indoor sports like judo, weight-lifting, fencing, badminton or yoga; the show of their brilliance spans all events, and extends from regional to national to international levels. The college organises Athletic Meet annually wherein the sportspersons of our institution compete in intra-college events, which is followed by the prize-giving ceremony to the winners in different categories of events and competitions. All students and faculty members watch the kaleidoscope of sporting excellence and acclaim and encourage the performers. It is also taken care of that the Chief-guest for the occasion is a personality who can serve as a role-model for the students and whose words of wisdom guide them in the furtherance of their careers. The 64thAnnual Athletic Meet was organised on 15th February, 2020 and Sh. Sanjay Baniwal, IPS, Director General of Police, Chandigarh Administration was the Chief-guest for the Closing Ceremony; and Sh.Omvir Singh Bishnoi, IPS, Deputy Inspector General was the Guest of Honour.
Our college prioritizes physical fitness as much as academic excellence, firmly believing in the adage “A healthy mind lives in a healthy body.” Our students excel not only in their studies but also in various sports tournaments. They showcase their talents in a wide range of events, including outdoor games like athletics, hockey, netball, handball, and volleyball, and indoor sports like judo, weight-lifting, fencing, badminton, and yoga, shining in competitions from the regional to the national and international levels.
Every year, the college organizes an Athletic Meet, where our athletes compete in intra-college events. Winners are awarded prizes in different categories of events and competitions during the prize-giving ceremony. Students and faculty members alike marvel at the athletic prowess on display and encourage the performers. Additionally, we invite a role model in the field of sports or any other relevant field to serve as the Chief Guest for the occasion, imparting their wisdom and inspiring our students.
After a hectic schedule of academics, students need some leisure activity by which they can relax and rejuvenate themselves for the upcoming engagements. Hobby provides a recourse whereby they can ease out and revitalize. The college offers the following hobby classes for the students at a very nominal fee, and these are open to all students of the college:
- Dance (Classical)
- Dance (Western)
- Music (Vocal)
- Music (Instrumental)
Qualified trainers experienced in their respective domain conduct the hobby classes after college hours. They have proven to be very beneficial for the day-scholars as well as resident students by providing them with a creative outlet and instilling a sense of accomplishment.