The environment society "Harita" of Government Home Science College, Chandigarh, along with the faculty and students contributed towards the Waste to Wealth Mission "Lets make our Chandigarh Single Use Plastic and E-waste Free” being organised by Swarmani Youth Welfare Association U.T. Chandigarh. A waste collection drive was organized in the college premises on 10th October 2022. Single use plastic waste such as old CDs, PET bottles, Plastic packaging and wrappers and E-waste such as old and broken mobile phones, batteries, torch, electric circuits and switches, coils, wires etc. were collected under this drive.Principal of the college Prof. Sudha Katyal sensitized the students about the hazards of unsafe disposal of plastic and e-waste into the landfills. She encouraged the students to practice waste segregation and safe waste disposal at their homes and public spaces so as to contribute towards a clean and green environment.
Government Home Science College organised talent hunt competition for the freshers today. The day witnessed a host of activities which included singing, folk as well as contemporary dances. More than 160 students gave mesmerizing performances. Prabhjot of B.Sc. FD bagged the first prize in the dance category whereas Kashika B.Sc. H.Sc. was awarded first prize in singing. Principal Prof Sudha Katyal congratulated the students on their stupendous performances and encouraged them to be connected with their culture, heritage and tradition.
The Environment Society- Harita, of Government Home Science College organized an Inter-college competitions like Jute Bag Painting and Collage Making to mark the Wildlife Week Celebration sponsored by Dept of Environment, Chandigarh Administration. The theme of the event was "Recovering Key Species for Ecosystem Restoration." The rationale of the event was to raise awareness among the various stakeholders about the dire need for the protection of wildlife to maintain our ecosystem.The event got an overwhelming response as more than 50 students participated in the competitions. Alignign with the vision and mission of the Indian Wildlife Council, students were informed about the several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries wherein endangered speices are nutrured as well as protected from unnecessary killings.
The Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, applauded the efforts of the participants for their powerful depiction of the importance of Wildlife and the need to conserve and protect it. She furhter emphasized that students should playa proactive role in sensitizing the community to come together for protecting our wildlife and reiterated that such events go a long way to encourage the masses to save a large number of animals by not killing them for their own food or for other purposes.
Government Home Science college actively observed Poshan Maah in the month of September. Various activities were conducted to help spread the message of good nutrition and healthy eating.The Msc students of the Department of Foods and Nutrition kickstarted the cafeteria as part of their curriculum of Institutional Food Service Management. This activity helps the students in setting up and running large scale food service establishments.The dish of the day was Maska Chaska Bun with a healthier twist. The cafeteria was visited and enjoyed by a large number of staff and students.Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged the students to avail opportunities not only to spread the message of healthy eating but also to earn while they learn
As part of the ongoing celebrations of Poshan Maah, the students of Department of Human Development displayed a Nukkad Natak on the campus today.The theme of the Natak revolved around importance of healthy eating for the pregnant mother and for the child especially during first 1000 years of birth. With scenes enacted from real life moments, the natak was an interesting watch with successfully spreading the message of healthy eating.Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal congratulated the students for putting up such a successful show which had an impactful meaning of spreading the message of good nutrition.
The students of Department of Foods and Nutrition prepared and sold commonly consumed recipes with a healthy twist in the month of September as part of Poshan Maah celebrations.This activity aimed at providing a hands on experience of food catering to the students, generating awareness amongst staff and students of the college about millets and helping the students earn while they learn. Today on the campus, whole wheat white sauce vegetable pasta was served. The dish was relished by one and all. Principal of the college Prof Sudha Katyal appreciated the month long efforts of the students and their aim to inculcate healthy eating habits
WHO has rightly defined heath as a complete state of physical, mental and social well being. Keeping these factors in mind and ensuring holistic health, Government Home Science College organised a holistic health mela as part of ongoing celebrations of Poshan Maah.The mela started with a talk on cyber crime, women safety and self defence techniques by Inspector Mini Bhardwaj and the team from SWAYAM. They talked about netiqettes that need to be followed while using social media. She also spoke about women safety and awareness and her team demonstrated simple techniques of self defence.
Dr. Rachna Abrol, consultant obstetrician and gynecologist in Sector 22, Chandigarh spoke about common reproductive problems experienced by adolescent girls. Dr. Sheetal, an Ayurvedic consultant discussed holistic healing through ayurveda and diet plans according to Ayurvedic personality types. Dr. Ameeka Tulla, Dentist from Way2Smile dental clinic in Panchkula also carried out dental check up and consultation. The students of Department of Foods and Nutrition also set up a Diet Clinic along with sale of healthy commonly consumed Channa Kulcha prepared with a twist.
All the experts gave one on one consultation to all the staff and students of the college. More than 100 beneficiaries participated in the health camp and availed all the services.Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged the students and staff to benefit from such activities conducted on the campus and urged them to keep themselves healthy and safe.
The placement cell of Govt Home Science College in collaboration with Skill Labs Pvt. Ltd organised a "Skill Enhancement and Start-Up Building Session" for its students as a part of its MOU with this start-up. The focus of the session was to orient the students with the basic know-how of entrepreneurial/ startup journey. The resource person for the session was Dr Himesh Sharma, Director and founder of Skill Labs. Dr. Himesh started the session by introducing the students with various traits of an entrepreneur. He motivated the students to build up their own start-ups by citing examples of various successful entrepreneurs. As many approximately 100 undergraduate and postgraduate students participated in the session. Dr. Himesh added that many start-ups fail because their business ideas are not in concurrence with demand of real-life customers. A budding entrepreneur will be successful in establishing a suitable business model only when he identifies the demands of customers and its potential market.
Later in the session, final year students and budding entrepreneurs of the college showcased their exquisite handmade innovative productsto the resource person. Dr. Himesh suggested them various ways of selling those handmade items based on business to business model (B2B) and business to customer model (B2C).Skills labs assured the students for providing handholding in setting up microenterprises.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyalsaid that innovation and entrepreneurship is the need of hour and urgedthe students to explore their unhidden talentss to appraise themselves as successful entrepreneurs.
As a part of the ongoing celebrations of Poshan Maah, the students of Dietitics prepared and sold nutritious commonly consumed recipes by adding millets and other healthy ingredients for the whole month of September.Healthy Macaroni was sold on the campus today. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all the staff and students and a huge footfall was experienced.
Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged the students and applauded them for their month long efforts in spreading the message of healthy eating as well as earning while learning
The Literary Society of Government Home Science college organized Literary Patchwork’22 within the premises of the college. The rationale was to provide a space wherein students can showcase their creativity and hidden potential without any inhibitions. The plethora of activities such as Debate, Elocution, Poem Recitation, Short-story, Essay-writing, Poem-writing and Hand-writing competitions were held to provide a launchpad to the students to excel in the coc-curricukar activites. From self compsed poems to the fiery debate, students presented their ideas on the diversified topics with full vigour and enthusiasm. Through these activites, students were encouraged to think beyond the conventional parameters.The events got an overwhelming response as more than 180 students participated in different activities.
The Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, applauded the efforts of the organizing committee, participants as well as vounteers for the successful completion of the event. She further emphasized that participation in such activites help in the holistic development of the stuents.
A puppet show was performed by the students of Government Home Science College, Department of Extension Education, as a part of ongoing poshan maah celebrations.A large number of audience enthusiastically enjoyed the colourful puppets imparting knowledge on various aspects of adolescent health. The performance was very enjoyable as well as informative. It was followed by an interactive session where the audience shared their experiences and gave feedback.Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal, encouraged the students to come up with innovative aids to help spread knowledge on social issues
The students of B. Sc. Dietitics today prepared a healthier version of a popularly consumed street food - Aloo Tikki Chaat and sold it on the campus.The aloo tikki was made nutritious by adding vegetables in it and binding it with millet flour. Beetroot and sprouts were used for garnishing as well. The dish was thoroughly enjoyed by the staff and students of the college.Prof. Sudha Katyal, Principal of the college urged the students to keep spreading the message of healthy eating by making more such nutritious recipes.
As part of the ongoing celebrations of Poshan Maah, the students of Department of Foods and Nutrition prepare, display, demonstrate and sell healthy recipes to create awareness amongst the staff and students of the college on the campus.Today's dish was healthy burgers made by incorporating vegetables, potatoes and paneer as well as mint chutney. The stall saw a brisk sale with more than 60 pieces being sold.Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged the students to come up with more such innovative recipes and learn the idiosyncrasies of setting up a food stall to help them earn while they lean
To promote the use of millets and their consumption in our daily diets, Government Home Science College organised a cookery competition using millets as the main ingredient as part of the Poshan Maah celebrations.A wide array of more than 40delectable and innovative recipes were prepared by the students ranging from Mexican millet cups to Bajra Panjiri, Sanwa kheer and Jowar laddoo.
Prizes were awarded on the basis of innovation, taste, nutritive value and display. Three consolation prizes were awarded to Larfgeet of Msc Foods and Nutrition, Rianshu of Msc Foods and Nutrition and Anjali of Bsc Dietitics for their preparations of bajra cutlets, sanwa kheer and barnyard pudding.The first three prizes were all bagged by the Bsc Home Science first semester students. Saumya won the first prize for her Ragi gingerbread house, Harjyot for Millets Laddoo and Ishita won the first prize for Millet Panjiri.Principal Prof. Sudha Katyal, congratulated all the prize winners and encouraged them to incorporate millets in innovative ways in their daily diets
The B.Sc. Dietitics students of Department of Food and Nutrition today prepared healthy papdi chaat using ragi millet. This month long activity of preparation and sale of nutritious snacks on the campus during Poshan Maah aims to generate awareness on commonly consumed recipes that can be made more healthier by incorporating millets and other important nutrients. The stall got a great response from all staff and students of the college. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal motivated the students to come up with more innovative recipes and inculcate healthy eating habits
A ten days(7/9/22 to 16/9/22) Employability Skill Training Program was successfully concluded in Government Home Science College. The Program was organised by placement cell of the college in collaboration with Naandi Foundation and Mahindra Pride Classroom. The training program trained the students in resume writing, group discussions, digital marketing, stress coping strategies and LinkedIn profile building . Such training programs play an important role in the development of the students’ overall personality, thereby enhancing their career prospects. More than 50 students of B.Sc. (Home Science )and M.Sc. (Home Science) successfully completed the training program. Principal Prof. Sudha Katyal along with Ms Deepika trainer of the program, felicitated the students with trophies and booklets on its successful completion. She congratulated and applauded the efforts of the organising committee and all the participants for their active participation.
Government Home Science College is observing Poshan Maah in the month of September. Keeping up with the theme of nutritious and healthy eating especially amongst children, the Bsc students of the college today prepared and sold millet based pao bhaji.The incorporation of millets not just increased the nutritional content but also enhanced the taste. The importance of eating millets was also advocated as we go on to celebrate the International Year of Millets in 2023.The stall saw a brisk sale. Principal of the college Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged the students to develop more such recipes to help include millets in our daily recipes.
Government Home Science College organized a seminar on Quality Assessment under Revised Accreditation Framework, NAAC for the faculty members. Dr. Dalip Kumar, Registrar Amity University, Mohali and Ex Additional State Project Director RUSA, was the resource person. He inaugurated the newly renovated Committee Room of the college and gave his valuable insights regarding the new framework of NAAC accreditation for the colleges. He highlighted that India is having the third largest Higher Education Sector in the world. In spite of this, percentage of HEI"s granted A grade by NAAC constitutes only 12.6% between July 2017- September 2022. He emphasized on various dynamics of new accreditation framework.
He talked on the importance of IIQA submission by elaborating its 5 basic elements and various attachments to be uploaded by the institutes with it. He discussed all the important validation data as per the 7 criterions of NAAC and laid stress upon handing and filling of data objectively. He also added the new weightage assigned to the qualitative and quantitative key matrices. He further went on to describing the complete cycle of SSR submission along with the document to be submitted for each criteria.The workshop was attended by all the faculty members. It was an interactive seminar and various queries were out up by the staff. Dr. Dalip offered practical and viable solutions to many of the problems raised.
Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, expressed her gratitude to the resource person for the fruitful seminar and urged the faculty to follow the various do's and don'ts suggested by the resource person.
In sync with ongoing poshan maah celebrations, the extension education department of Government Home Science College organized a sensitization programe on menstrual health and hygiene.A live demonstration of various eco friendly products like menstrual cupand reusable and biodegradable sanitary napkins were the main focus.A talk on most common problem specifically in girls due to menstruation known as aneamia and menorhagia was also conducted.An interactive quiz session was also conducted where students actively participated and more than 100 students were benefited from this programme.Principal of the college Prof Sudha Katyal urged the importance of personal hygiene and ensuring healthy habits during all times
The Environment Society ‘Haritha’ of the College celebrated International Day for Preservation of Ozone Layer today. The theme of the event was ‘’Global Cooperation Against Climate Change." World Ozone Day is observed on September 16 every year to spread awareness amongst people about the depletion of Ozone Layer and to find possible solutions to preserve it. Inter-college competitions like Poster Making, Slogan Writing and Bookmark Making were organised to create awareness about the importance of global cooperation to tackle the problem of depleting Ozone Layer and finding possible solutions to preserve it. Around 75 students participated wholeheartedly in the competitions.
Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, applauded the efforts of the participants for their powerful depiction of the significance of Ozone Layer for the Earth. Furthermore, she emphasized that students play a proactive role in sensitising the community to come together for fighting against climate change issues and insisted that such events go a long way to encourage the masses to make use of renewable energy to create a cleaner and greener planet for our coming generations.
The students of Department of Foods and Nutrition as part of the ongoing celebrations of Poshan Maah, put up stalls in the college campus whereby getting an exposure to quantity cooking, purchase of raw materials and sale and account keeping.
The last two days saw a brisk sale of healthy recipes like rava vegetable toast and stuffed gol gappa. The snacks were enjoyed by everyone and helped the girls understand the concept of Institutional Food Service Management.
Principal of the college Prof. Sudha Katyal applauded the efforts put in by the students in selling and generating awareness about tasty healthy recipes.
On the 7th Day of the Poshan Maah celebrations which is a multi ministerial convergence mission aimed at realising the Hon. Prime Ministers' vision of 'Suposhit Bharat', Placement Cell of GHSC-10 Organised a demonstration on nutritious recipes. The event partner of the demonstration was Nestle.The healthy and nutritious recipes viz., peanut bars, nutri chaat, and sprouted moong dal & corn sabji was demonstrated by our own Alumna, Ms. Shivali, working as an Nutrition Expert, Nestle. Around 50 students of B.Sc. & M.Sc. attended this demonstration. Students were quizzed on nutrition concepts during the demonstration and winners were given maggie hampers.
Principal Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged the participants and appreciated the Nestle organisers and emphasized to focus on nutrition and health. She further encouraged everyone to participate in month long celebrations by actively supporting the Flagship Program of the Indian Government.
A ten days Employability Skill Training Program kickstarted in Government Home Science College, Chandigarh on September 7,2022. The placement cell of the college in collaboration with Naandi Foundation by Mahindra Pride Classroom started this program specifically to train and equip the students with Soft skills, Life skills, Digital skills, Interview skills and Communication skills. Such skills provide students with a strong conceptual and practical framework to build, develop and manage teams in industries and help to fill industry - academia gaps.They play an important role in the development of the students’ overall personality, thereby enhancing their career prospects.
Ms. Deepika, trainer from Mahindra classroom added that employability skill training will facilitate thestudents in career visioning and planning, effective resume writing, linkedin profile building and dealing with placement consultants and head hunters. More than 50 students of B.Sc. Home Science and M.Sc. (Home Science) registered and attended the training session on first day. The students will be given skill employability booklets, certificates and trophies on successful completion of this training programme.
Principal Prof. Sudha Katyal inaugurated the session by motivational speech. She encourged the students to participate insuch training sessions. She added that such employability oriented trainings developall-round personalities with a mature outlook and help students to function effectively in different circumstances.
Graduate and post graduate students of Home Science College participated in the National Level Cookery Competition organised by NITTTR, Sector 26, as part of the ongoing celebrations of Poshan Maah and to commemorate the International Year of Millets -2023.Surbhi of Bsc.Dietitics Fifth semester won first prize in the sweet category with her dish ragi modak. The first prize in the savoury category was also bagged by a student of the college, Aanchal of Msc Foods and Nutrition for her Bajra Papdi Chaat. Stuti of Msc Foods and Nutrition bagged the third prize in the sweet category for Ragi Barfi whereas Surbhi was awarded another prize for her Millet Pizza in the savoury category.
Faculty of the college Dr. Namrata Sethi was the resource person for the workshop and delivered an engaging session on importance of millets.Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal congratulated the prize winners and applauded the efforts put in by the staff and students.
The final year students of Dietitics Department put up a stall on the college campus today as part of the ongoing celebrations of Poshan Maah. This activity will be conducted throughout the month wherein students will be given an opportunity to exhibit their creative skills. Furthermore, It will also instill an entrepreneurial spirit in them through sale, display and exhibit of nutritious snacks. The snack for today was a modified version of the traditional dish - "Litti Chokha" made nutritious by incorporating millets. The dish was enjoyed by one and all and a large footfall was also witnessed.Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged the students to come up with more interesting and nutritious snacks close to our tradition to instill healthy eating habits.
Ms. Shradha Duggal of M.Sc. (Foods & Nutrition) 4th Semester won first prize in poster presentation based on her millet-based dissertation research in National Symposium on Millets 2022 organised by Mahatma Gandhi State Institute of Public Administration & Dept of Community Medicine & School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chd. Principal of the college, Prof.Sudha Katyal congratulated the student & her mentor Dr.Vasudha.
Poshan Abhiyaan celebrations, a multi ministerial convergence mission aimed at realising the Hon. Prime Ministers vision of 'Suposhit Bharat' already commenced at Home Science College. On the 3rd Day of the celebrations, the college organised a cycle rally using smart bikes. Smart bikes are an initiative by the administration to reduce traffic congestion and reduce the carbon footprint.
NCC Cadets of 1 Chandigarh Girls Battalion conducted a cycle rally which was flagged off by Principal Prof Sudha Katyal. The NCC Cadets on their cycles carried slogans making people aware about the benefits of eating healthy and staying fit.
"Mahila aur Swasthya" "Baccha aur Shiksha" was the theme of Poshan Maah Celebration.The rally was taken from the college till matka chowk and to Sector 15 and back. The rally is an initiative to help spread awareness on the benefits of healthy living.
Principal Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged the participants and emphasized on nutrition and health. She further encouraged everyone to participate in month long celebrations by actively supporting the Flagship Program of the IndianGovernment.
An awareness lecture was organised in Government Home Science College in collaboration with Government Medical College & Hospital, Sector-32, Chandigarh. Dr. Tanu, Assistant Professor and Mr. Chanchal, Medical Social Welfare Officer from the Department of Ophthalmology, GMCH-32 were the resource persons for the event. The rationale of the event was to sensitise the audience about the importance of eye donation and to motivate people to take pledge on donating their eyes after death. Dr. Tanu highlighted the significance of donating eyes and issues associated with it. She further emphasised that youth is the future of the nation and they can make a difference in somebody’s life by donating their eyes. The resource person busted the existing myths related to donation of eyes amongst the students.The principal of the college, Prof. Sudha katyal, talked about the significance of the eye donation and emphasized that awareness among various stakeholders provide immense aid to people suffering from several kinds of visual impairments.
To celebrate Poshan Maah, the Dietitics Department of the college displayed and exhibited nutritious recipes especially for pre schoolers and young adults. Recipes ranged from stuffed healthy buns, vegetable idli, soya burger, Mexican street corn and green cutlets. This activity helped in generating awareness amongst the staff and students giving them ideas about incorporating healthy recipes in their daily diets.Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged the students to inculcate healthy eating habits and make such nutritious recipes a part of their daily diets.
In sync with the Government’s Key Scheme of Poshan Abhiyaan, Home Science College initiated the celebrations today on the campus.The theme of Poshan Maah this year revolves around Sashakt Bharat, Sabal Naari, Saakshar Baccha, Swasth Bharat. The students of the college along with the faculty member took the Poshan pledge which revolves around introducing a healthy lifestyle, balanced diet and fun ways of eating good food.Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal urged everyone to follow a nutritious lifestyle and incorporate good eating habits right from the beginning to ensure a healthy life.
Home Science College today organised Ganesh Chaturthi and Teej celebrations on the college campus as part of the activities under IIC. The celebrations started with Ganesh Puja by the worthy Chief Guest, Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal. The students beautifully decorated the venue for the celebrations using colourful dupattas, hangings and handmade flowers and sang Ganesh Aarti. The staff members were adorned with colourful bangles, which is a tradition to celebrate Teej festivities. Furthermore, the students gave a mesmerizing performance on Giddha- traditional folk dance. A stall of hand-decorated murti's of Lakshmi Ji and Ganesh Ji, handmade bags and beauty accessories was also displayed by the students.
The Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, applauded the efforts Department of Art and Family Resource Management for organizing the celebrations with such zeal Furthermore, she congratulated studentson their stupendous performances and also encouraged them to be connected with their culture, heritage and tradition.
The Environment Society- ‘Harita’ of the college in collaboration with CREST, Chandigarh Administration celebrated Akshay Urja Diwas on the theme "Impact of Akshay Urja in India." Akshay Urja Diwas is an awareness campaign about the development of Renewable Energy in India.
Various Inter-college competitions like Poster Making and Placard Making were organised to create awareness about importance and developments of renewable energy in India. About 75 students participated wholeheartedly in the competitions. Sia and Sapna, students of B.Sc. Home Science 2nd Year, played a proactive role in organising this event and hence were awarded with the 'Green Ambassador Award' for their efforts.
Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, applauded the efforts of the participants for showcasing innovative ways of using renewable resources and reiterated that such events go a long way to encourage the masses to make use of renewable energy to create a cleaner and greener planet for our coming generations.
Akanksha Rakheja, a student of M.Sc.Home Science (HDFR) 2nd year has been declared the winner in Eco Rangoli Competition and Livjot of B.Sc. Home Science 2nd year secured Second Position in Essay Writing Competition held on August 25,2022. The competition was organised to mark the celebrations of Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Diwas on the theme ‘Impact of Akshay Urja in India’. The event was organised by Deptt. of Environment Studies, PGGC-46, Chandigarh in collaboration with CREST,Chandigarh. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, congratulated both the students on bringing laurels to college.
Keeping alive the spirit of patriotism amongst the younger generation and to commemorate Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav, Justice S. N. Aggarwal, Former Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court gifted book authored by him entitled, " The Revolutionaries Shed their Blood for India’s Independence”. The book is written in two parts and highlights the role of revolutionaries during India’s freedom struggle. The book also throws light on innumerable legal documents and case histories of those times. According to the author, this book is a must read for the younger generations. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha encouraged everyone to read those books and realise the value of hard earned freedom.
A precautionary/booster dose camp was organised in collaboration with Health Department, Chandigarh inside the college premises on August 17,2022. More than 50 beneficiaries including college staff got themselves vaccinated. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged the staff members to take the benefit and follow the protocol of COVID-19 & take precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
The 76th Independence Day was celebrated at Government Home Science College with great enthusiasm. The event started with the hoisting of the national flag by the Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal followed by the National Anthem.
Students gave enthralling performances on patriotic songs and showcased unity in diversity by donning the attire of different states. Tiny tots of Chaitanya Nursery School also participated enthusiastically in the celebrations and gave mesmerising performances through signing and dancing on patriotic songs. NCC Cadets and NSS volunteers recited poems about the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters.
The Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, motivated all the students and staff of the college through her inspiring words. She highlighted the contribution and sacrifices of our freedom fighters and appealed everyone to be united to fight against social evils to get complete freedom and extend support in transforming our nation from developing to developed country. She also took a Pledge along with all the students and staff of the institution towards giving our best towards nation building.
Home Science Students were showcased a documentary on India’s Freedom Struggle to observe Horror of Partition Day inside the campus. It has further added a fervour in celebrating 75 years of India’s Independence & Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.
NSS Wing of the college organised Poster Making , Slogan & Essay Writing & Raised slogans to create awareness on the theme ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal appreciated the efforts of NSS Wing and encouraged everyone to participate in all the activities to commemorate 75 years of India’s Independence with full zeal.
One day Rakhi Mela is organised at Government Home Science college, Sec. 10, Chandigarh by Deptt. of Arts and Placement Cell on Aug. 10,2022. The main objective was to provide a platform to the students to exhibit and sell Rakhis specially prepared for the festival of Rakshabandhan by the students. The budding entrepreneurs of the college displayed innovative rakhis varying from elegant yet simple threads to ornate one’s studded with pearls and stones. The price range varied from Rs.10 to Rs.100. The main attraction of this Mela was Rakhis for kids and baju bandh (armlets) for sister-in law. The stalls attracted a huge footfall. The students putting up the stalls witnessed a heavy rush with various staff members crowding stalls to pick from an array of eye catching designer Rakhis.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal appreciated the efforts of students and mentors and said that such exhibitions are consistently encouraged in the college to give opportunity to students to earn while they learn.
Prospectus released and admission form (for the session 2022-23) to be filled on DHE website.(www.dhe.chd.gov.in)