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Sports Cell

Dr.Sandeep Devgan
Sports Cell Incharge

A sports club or sporting club, sometimes athletics club or sports society or sports association, is a group of people formed for the purpose of playing sports. Sports clubs range from Organization whose members play together, unpaid, and may play other similar clubs on occasion, watched mostly by family and friends, to large commercial organizations with professional players which have teams which regularly compete against those of other clubs and attract sometimes very large crowds of paying spectators. Clubs may be dedicated to a single sport or to several (multi-sport club). The term athletics club is sometimes used for a general sports club, rather than one dedicated to athletics proper. The club is actively involved in various sports activities on & off universities. Students are transformed to be competent and committed athletes. The club is also working on latest sports and techniques such as

  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Cricket
  • Hockey

Green, grassy, well groomed College ground is the hub of sports activity all through the year. On the special occasion of Annual Athletic Meet of the college, a large number of students participate in events like races, long jump, Javelin throw, Short-Put, Relay race etc. Our Students actively represent the college in PTU inter college sports Competition by participating in Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming, Weight-lifting and Body building Competitions.


      Dr. Sandeep Devgan
     Sports Cell InCharge

We take sports as seriously as studies. As we highly believe in the fact that if either of the body or mind is not active you will not be able to give your best in anything you do. To make this motto reach its promise, we have a full-fledged advanced sports cell with all the modern facilities and resources in place. With this sports cell, we aim at inculcating and promoting the essence and value of sports in the life of students to make them attain and achieve the best of physical fitness and overall well-being facilitated by the guidance offered by coaches and sports persons of professional repute. And we believe this goes that extra distance in helping our student grow and succeed in all perspectives of their lives. Every Year the institute Conduct Sports Meet in the college and also college students participate in the various levels of tournaments at college and university levels. The bright sports students also facilitate to participation at national and international level.

❖ Athletic tracks
❖ Cricket
❖ Football
❖ Basketball
❖ Volley Ball
❖ Lawn tennis
❖ Table tennis
❖ Badminton
❖ Carom/Chess
❖ Open Gymnasium
❖ Swimming pool (On sharing basis)

 

6.8th Sports Meet2023File 6

S.NoSports MeetYearFile
1.3rd Sports Meet2016File 1
2.4th Sports Meet2017File 2
3.5th Sports Meet2018File 3
4.6th Sports Meet2019File 4
5.7th Sports Meet2020File 5

 

S.No Activity Name Date
1 One day limted over Cricket (Ocasion:No smoking day) 16th March 2023
2 Friendly Football Contest (Racial diversity in playground) (Ocasion:  International day for elimination of racial discrimination) 10th March 2023
3 IKG PTU Cricket Tournament 2023 19th Feb, 2023
4 Inter College Sports Tournamnent I.I.T, Ropar 17th March -19th March, 2023
5 8th Annual Athletic meet 2023 23rd Feb, 2023
6 Main Khalsa College Sports Tournaments 2023 7th Feb – 11th Feb, 2023
7 Football Tournamnet 2023 20th Feb – 22nd Feb, 2023
8 Volleyball Tournamnet 2023 21st Feb – 22nd Feb, 2023
9 Badminton Tournamnet 2023 20th Feb – 22nd Feb, 2023
10 Indoor Sports Tournamnet 2023 (Table tanis/Chess etc) 21st Feb – 22nd Feb, 2023
11 IKG PTU Football Tournament 2023 28th Sept, 2022
12 IKG PTU VolleyballTournament 2023 15th Nov, 2022
13 Thematic Compaign or Pledge ceremony on fairplay (National sports day) 29th Aug, 2022
14 7th Annual Athletic meet 2020 18th Feb, 2020
15 IKG PTU Athletic meet 2020 04th March – 06th March 2020
16 IKG PTU Football Tournament 2019 21th Sept – 23rd Sept, 2019
17 Khalsa Institutions Inter College Diwali Tournament 2019 22th Oct-25th Oct, 2019
18 Relience Foundation Youth Sports 2019 (Open district level tournamnet) 15th Oct – 19th Oct, 2019
19 6th Annual Athletic meet 2019 15th March 2019
20 IKG PTU Athletic meet 2019 04th March – 06th March, 2019
21 IKG PTU Football Tournament 2018 02th Oct -04th Oct, 2018
22 IKG PTU Basket Ball Tournament 2018 8th Oct -10th Oct, 2018
23  Khalsa Institutions Inter College Diwali Tournamaent 2018 13th Oct – 17th Oct, 2018
24 5th Annual Athletic meet 2018 09th Feb,2018
25 IKG PTU Cricket Tournament 2018 23rd Jan – 25th Jan, 2018
26 IKG PTU Basket Ball Tournament 2018 8th Oct -10th Oct, 2017
27 IKG PTU Football Tournament 2017 25th Sept – 27th Sept, 2017
28 IKG PTU Volley Ball Tournament 2017 21th Jan – 23rd Jan, 2017
29  Khalsa Institutions Inter College Diwali Tournamaent 2017 09th Oct – 12th Oct, 2017
30 4th Annual Athletic meet 2017 17th Feb, 2017

Cultutral Cell

  Mr. Gurcharan  Singh
  Cultural Cell InCharge

 

The Cultural Cell has been started for the all-round development of the students, the institute provides a host of various students activities. These activities range from personal-hobbies to technical interests. The students are encouraged to become member of these bodies to help broaden their skills and horizons. These student bodies not only help the students explore their hidden talents but also help in areas such as personality development and inculcating in the students the spirit of the organization by providing them with a platform for hosting their talents.

  • Provide a platform where the students can put their efforts and clear their doubts to transform their hobby into reality.
  • Represent our institute by participating at National level Cultural-Fest and other technical events all around the nation.
  • To develop a platform where the hobbies of students could be nurtured as well as the reputation of institute becomes as a leader in innovation and creativity.
  • To enhance the creativity of our institute students by organizing the workshops and competitions on various cultural activities like folk dance, folk song etc. in order to attract the interest of the students towards cultural aspects.

KCET is home to students of various Region from all across the country. These students have varied interests and hobbies. In addition to their Academic Prowess, students are encouraged to utilize their stay on campus to work on their hobbies. Programs are organized by the students and for the students in this regard. Our students showcase their Cultural & Literary skills on various platforms within the college and at Pan India level.

This cells aims to sharpen and enhance the knowledge of the students and provide opportunities to improve their outlook towards life and serves as a forum for literary activities, discussions, debates and review sessions. A lot of importance is given to enhance the interest of the students as a part of this club. Lot of inter college cultural fest are conducted in Presidency under the banner of this club. After all as the saying goes “A person without the knowledge of culture is a tree without roots”


                 Mr. Gurcharan Singh
                Cultural Cell InCharge

Cell In-Charge Message 

The Cultural Club at Khalsa College of Engineering & Technology, Amritsar, an esteemed institution under the Khalsa College Charitable Society, holds a paramount objective of fostering and celebrating cultural diversity and creativity among its student body. This club serves as a vibrant platform for students to engage with various cultural forms, traditions, and artistic expressions. Through a plethora of events, workshops, and performances, the club aims to nurture a sense of unity and appreciation for different cultures, thereby promoting cross-cultural understanding and harmony within the campus community. By organizing festivals, exhibitions, and interactive sessions, the club provides students with opportunities to showcase their talents and learn from one another’s cultural backgrounds. Moreover, the Cultural Club contributes to holistic education by encouraging personal growth, self-confidence, and communication skills. Ultimately, it endeavors to create an inclusive environment that respects, preserves, and celebrates the rich tapestry of cultures that constitute the fabric of the institution, enriching the overall educational experience.

S.No Name Designation Position
1. Mr. Gurcharan Singh Assistant Professor Cell InCharge
2. Ms. Parneet Kaur Assistant Professor Member
3. Ms. Sarbjot Kaur Assistant Professor Member
  • Music Club
  • Dance Club
  • Theatre Club
  • Literary Club
  • Photography Club
  • Fine Arts Club

Alumni Cell

                  Ms. Sukhmeet Kaur
                Alumni Cell InCharge
We are committed to develop a strong relationship between the alumni and the College and to develop different platforms for achieving excellence at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology, Amritsar. The College Alumni have distinguished themselves through their commitment to their respective professions in a wide variety of disciplines. The knowledge and skills of the alumni can make a big difference in helping build a more vibrant KCET. The association aims at better interaction between the alumni and students by providing forums and creating opportunities for such interactions. The alumni can interact with the faculty and the students, share their experiences and provide assistance in academics, placements etc.

Objectives of Alumni Cell:

  • To provide a forum to establish a link between the alma mater and its alumni.
  • To enable the alumni to participate in activities which contribute to the general development of the institute.
  • To organize and coordinate reunion activities of the alumni.
  • To organize seminars/lectures to support and promote the educational objectives of the institute.
  • To collect, publish and distribute such information as may be useful to the alumni and their alma mater.

Alumni Association plays an important role in awaking the students about opportunities available in the market. When the students will remain in contact with the institute, they can create capacity for other student going behind them. It helps to overcome unemployment from society. When the students pass out from their concern institute and occupy the vacancies in market, they can realize their frail areas of personality and then can inform the institute. They can also arrange some steps to prepare students according to the need of society as well as desire of individual too. The students are provided with the information that where the chances are available with respect to their particular field and where the specialization is offered to their concerned areas. Alumni association is also responsible to arrange such kinds of activities and programs through which the students can keep in touch with their institution even after the completion of their studies. They get benefits from university and play effective role for the upbringing of the Institute.

Grievance Cell

GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL (GRC)

The function of the cell is to look into the complaints lodged by any student, and judge its merit. The Grievance cell is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the department members in person, or in consultation with the Students Council. In case the person is unwilling to appear in self, grievances may be dropped in writing at the letterbox/suggestion box of the Grievance Cell at Administrative Block.

Objective:

The objective of the Grievance Cell is to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders in order to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in the institute. A Grievance Cell should be constituted for the Redressal of the problems reported by the Students of the College with the following objectives:

  • Upholding the dignity of the College by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the College through promoting cordial Student-Student relationship and Student-Teacher relationship etc.
  • Encouraging the Students to express their grievances / problems freely and frankly, without any fear of being victimized.
  • Suggestion / complaint Box is installed in front of the Administrative Block in which the Students, who want to remain anonymous, put in writing their grievances and their suggestions for improving the Academics / Administration in the College.
  • Advising Students of the College to respect the right and dignity of one another and show utmost restraint and patience whenever any occasion of rift arises.
  • Advising all the Students to refrain from inciting Students against other Students, Teachers and College administration
  • Advising all staffs to be affectionate to the Students and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason.
  • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in and outside the institution. Any violation of ragging and disciplinary rules should be urgently brought to the notice of the Principal.

MECHANISM FOR REDRESSAL OF GRIEVANCES OF STUDENTS & STAFF

The students are the main stakeholders in any institution imparting education, and it is our endeavour to make all efforts to ensure transparency in all the activities at different stages. Taking this spirit in consideration the institute has decided to provide mechanism to students for Redressal of their grievances as under:

The Grievances may broadly include the following complaints of the aggrieved students

  • Academic
  • Non-Academic
  • Grievance related to Assessment
  • Grievance related to Victimization
  • Grievance related to Attendance
  • Grievance regarding conducting of Examinations
  • Harassment by colleague students or the teachers etc.

It is good to air a grievance rather than to keep it bottled up. Protection of human rights is essential for all round development of an individual’s personality. To realize the primary needs of the students and staff and secure civil liberties for everybody, a Grievance Redressal Cell has been constituted. The cell is indented to find solutions for problems like,

  1. Sexual harassment – any kind of physical or mental harassment
  2. Complaints regarding classroom teaching – classroom management, completion of syllabus, teaching methods, etc., if and when they arise. The Grievance Redressal Cell convenes meetings periodically and takes steps to redress the grievance.
S.No Name of the Person Designation Contact number
1. Dr. Mohinder Sangeeta, Dean Academics(Non-AICTE) Chair person 81466-85946
2. Er. Bikramjit Singh, Registrar Member 84274-60020
3. Dr. Jugraj Singh, Dean Academics(AICTE) Member 97803-63388
4. Dr.Ripin Kohli, A.P. App Sci Member 82465-85472
5. Dr.G.S. Grewal, Prof., CSE Member 78147-47373
6. Dr. Jasleen Kaur, HOD CSE Member 99884-14169
7. Dr. Pardeep Singh, HOD App Sci Member 94649-31381
8. Dr.Ruchi Handa, HOD Diploma Wing Member 98559-46622
9. Dr.Sandeep Devgan, HOD ME Member 98884-53238
10. Ms David Barnada, HOD, PMS Member 79867-67359
11. Er. Sahil Sharma, HOD, CE Member 9682139385

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE (SOP)

  • Any student or parent who wants to initiate a grievance may, in the first instance, bring the issue to the notice of the Head of the respective department / office, who will issue and try to resolve it within 7 working days of the receipt of the grievance.
  • If, there is no response within the stipulated time from the respective department / office or grievant is dissatisfied with response / resolution to his / her grievance, then the grievant is free to represent his/ her grievance to the Institute Grievance Redressal Cell.
  • The Grievance Committee will meet as and when required. However, if necessary, it may meet more frequently at the instance of the Chairman or at the request of the other members to discuss the various issues received.
  • At least three members of the Grievance Committee shall be present in a meeting.
  • If a member of the Grievance Committee is connected with the grievance of the aggrieved individual, the concerned member of the Grievance Committee shall not participate in the deliberations regarding that individual’s case.
  • If the aggrieved person happens to be a member of the Grievance Committee, then he/she shall not participate in the deliberations as a member of the Committee when his/her representation is being considered.
  •  The Grievance Redressal Committee shall consider all grievances submitted in writing by an individual member of the  Centre regarding employment/ association, working conditions and any other alleged injustice done to an employee/ student while discharging his/her duties at the centre.
  • The Grievance Redressal Committee shal study the petition/ application and after looking into the relevant documents discuss with those concernedand submit its recommendations and report to the documents discuss with those concerned and submit its recommendations and report to the Director as expeditiously as possible, but in any case within three months of the date of petition/application.
  • In case of any difficulties, the Grievance Redressal Committee shal have discussion with the Director before a decision in taken.
  • The Grievance Redressal Committee may mediate between the complainant and defendant against whom the complaint has been made, if required

PROCEDURE OF SUBMITTING GRIEVANCE

  • The aggrieved member shall submit his/her petition to the Chairman, Grievance Redressal Committee in a sealed envelope marked “confidential”.
  • On receipt of a petition the Grievance Resressal Committee will endeavour to send its recommendation to the Director within one month if possible, but in any case not beyond three months, for further action.
  • In case of false and frivolous complaint(if proved), the Grievance Redressal  committee will recommend Director/Disciplinary Authority to take appropriate action against complaint.

Dr. Mohinder Sangita
Mobile.No. 8146685946

Er. Gurcharan Singh
Mobile No. 9888989391

NCC Wing



Er. Akarshan Uppal

Overall Incharge NCC wing

The National Cadet Corps is the Indian military cadet corps with its head Quarters at New Delhi. It is open to school and college students on voluntary basis. The National Cadet Corps in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades. The officers and cadets have no liability for active military service once they complete their course but are given preference over normal candidates during selections based on the achievements in the corps. Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology has a N.C.C (Army Wing) of 24 Punjab Battalion NCC with strength more than 90 cadets. The NCC Army wing has been actively working since 2017. Currently it is under the command of Lt. Col. AlokDhammy. Combined annual training camps of 24 Punjab battalion NCC held every year at the college campus. During the camp training on the weapon handling, map reading and drill along with personality development is given to the cadets. The aim of the camp is to still in asense of unity, teamwork and patriotism. They also actively participating in different activities like Bharat SwachhtaAbhiya, various health Awareness Campaigns under state and central government schemes, Tree plantation drives, Anti- Drug Campaigns, Water conservation programs with the motive to inculate harmony amongst the cadets.

➢ Total no of students: – 74
➢ No. of students enrolled in (2022-2023): – 63
➢ No. of B certificate students: – 63
➢ No. of C certificate students: – 09

➢ Physical Training Camp
➢ Simulation Firing
➢ Sports- Volleyball, tug of war
➢ Expert Lectures- Traffic Rules, Self-Awareness, Dental Problems ➢ Drill Competition

❖ Rank of CTO – Er. Akarshan Uppal
❖ Rank of SUO – Mansi Sharma
❖ Rank of UO – Sukhmani Singh
❖ Best Cadet Award – Sukhmani Singh
❖ Simulation Firing Lab has been installed in the College by 24 Punjab Battalion NCC in the year 2022.

NSS Wing



Er. Akarshan Uppal

Overall Incharge NCC wing

The National Cadet Corps is the Indian military cadet corps with its head Quarters at New Delhi. It is open to school and college students on voluntary basis. The National Cadet Corps in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, colleges and Universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and parades. The officers and cadets have no liability for active military service once they complete their course but are given preference over normal candidates during selections based on the achievements in the corps. Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology has a N.C.C (Army Wing) of 24 Punjab Battalion NCC with strength more than 90 cadets. The NCC Army wing has been actively working since 2017. Currently it is under the command of Lt. Col. AlokDhammy. Combined annual training camps of 24 Punjab battalion NCC held every year at the college campus. During the camp training on the weapon handling, map reading and drill along with personality development is given to the cadets. The aim of the camp is to still in asense of unity, teamwork and patriotism. They also actively participating in different activities like Bharat SwachhtaAbhiya, various health Awareness Campaigns under state and central government schemes, Tree plantation drives, Anti- Drug Campaigns, Water conservation programs with the motive to inculate harmony amongst the cadets.

➢ Total no of students: – 74
➢ No. of students enrolled in (2022-2023): – 63
➢ No. of B certificate students: – 63
➢ No. of C certificate students: – 09

➢ Physical Training Camp
➢ Simulation Firing
➢ Sports- Volleyball, tug of war
➢ Expert Lectures- Traffic Rules, Self-Awareness, Dental Problems ➢ Drill Competition

❖ Rank of CTO – Er. Akarshan Uppal
❖ Rank of SUO – Mansi Sharma
❖ Rank of UO – Sukhmani Singh
❖ Best Cadet Award – Sukhmani Singh
❖ Simulation Firing Lab has been installed in the College by 24 Punjab Battalion NCC in the year 2022.

Virtual Parent Cell

                  Dr. Ruchi Handa
     Overall Virtual Parent Co-Ordinator
            Contact No. 9855946622

 

 

S.NoName Of FacultyDesignation
1.Dr. Ruchi HandaOverall Virtual Parent Co-Ordinator
2.Dr. Supreet kaurCo-Ordinator
3.Ms. Rohine PanditaCo- Ordinator

POLICY ON MENTOR AND MENTEE PROGRAMME

Introduction

The college life of students is changing very fast with pressures to achieve high in academics, secure jobs with respectable earnings, build their careers of their choice, and integrate learning of various skills with curriculum to ensure job security and to cope up with the information available on the social media. At the same time, with the fast advancement in international relations and developments in science and higher education is becoming more and more complex and challenging. All of this creates a lot of anxiety and uncertainties among college students about their success during and post-college. It is a well-established fact that the turning point in the career of students is not the curriculum topics but the relationship with the mentors who may be their peers or teachers or professionals. Khalsa College of Engineering & Technology, Amritsar admits students from all over India with diverse social, cultural and economic backgrounds. Hence, there is a requirement of continuous mentoring of students for academic, social, personal and career guidance. Looking at all these needs of students, the college instituted a Mentor-Mentee system where a group of students (Mentees) are assigned to a faculty (Mentor) from the different Departments, and this is one of the best practices which is going on in this college. The IQAC will hold sessions every year for faculty members on mentoring. The Following policy has been adopted by the college for its mentorship program.

Mentoring is a strategy to provide students with emotional and instrumental support they need to achieve learning goals. Direct academic issues e.g. selection of electives can be easily communicated to the student. But finer nuances e.g. career options or fear of a subject/course need greater involvement of the mentor.

In the context of higher education in educational institute, mentoring can be understood at two levels:

  • Teacher to Student
  • Student to Student

Objectives of Mentoring Policy

The purpose of this mentoring policy is to identify intervening mechanisms to improve the performance of the students. In this context, few objectives have been defined to achieve the desired result.

  • To focus and motivate students to achieve learning goals and thereby improve their academic performance.
  • To Guide, encourage, and advice the students about their upcoming student life, student health, mental and emotional well-being and listen to their issues with patience and help them solve their concerns with appropriate resources, support available.
  • To generate interest in academics and other institutional activities amongst students.
  • To provide students with information on preparatory courses such as bridge courses, skill courses etc.
  • To imbibe the social and ethical values in the mentee.
  • To make mentees emotionally strong enough to face the failures in life and to stand again for the further success stories.

Elements of Mentoring Policy

Under mentoring programs, certain important aspects have to be considered. They are as follows:

  • Identification of weak students.
  • Identification of mechanism to aid weak students.
  • Identification of issues faced by students in their personal and institutional life cycle.
  • Realization of desired outcomes post mentoring.

Mentor-Mentee Process Details

  • Eligible faculty members are assigned a group of 13 to 14 mentee students whom they serve as mentors.
  • The mentee preferably, as far as possible, be assigned to the same mentor throughout the program.
  • The mentor shall be provided the basic data of the mentees through a list having Names, Roll No, Father Name, Batch etc. and mentor will enrich the data of mentees in due course of time.
  • Proper confidentiality shall be maintained by the department and respective mentors to uphold the respect of individuals involved.
  • The mentors shall be consulted/informed in case of disciplinary issues on code of conduct with a students

Role & Responsibility of the Mentor

A mentor should wear multiple hats. For effective mentoring, the mentor should embrace the ability and willingness to:

  • Coach to advise the mentees on how to accomplish their goals.
  • Provide guidance and help to increase the mentee’s exposure to new experiences.
  • Teach to provide learning opportunities.
  • Counsel to enhance the mentee’s self-esteem through supportive, non- judgmental discussions.
  • Communicate through active listening. Focus fully on the mentee and show active verbal and non-verbal signs of listening.
  • Share experiences and be open to sharing mistakes, failures and lessons learned.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of the information shared by the mentee.
  • Be a role model to walk the talk and exhibit the behaviors essential for success
  • If at any time, the mentor feel that the mentees need special counselling, the mentor may encourage the students to seek counselling with the professional expert – the Student Counsellor.
  • If any student needs special academic tutoring, the mentor may direct the mentees to an appropriate faculty and may even ask the faculty to help their mentees in a particular area.
  • Meet the group of students at least twice a month, through mentor mentee session.
  • Continuously monitor, counsel, guide and motivate the students in all academic matters.
  • Advise students regarding choice of electives, project, summer training etc.
  • Contact parents/guardians if situation demands e.g. academic irregularities, negative behavioral changes and interpersonal relations, detrimental activities etc.
  • Maintain contact with the students even after their graduation or pass out.
  • Intimate HOD and suggest if any administrative action is called for.
  • Maintain a detailed progressive record of the student.
  • Maintain a brief but clear record of the notices and schedule of the meetings, that include discussions with students.
  • Conduct at least one meeting (online/offline) in a month. In total each Mentor will spend at least 8 hours with mentees in a semester.
  • Assess mentee’s background, knowledge, skill, motivation, experience, hobbies, etc.
  • Help to improve upon communication skills and shed hesitation.
  • Counsel, guide and advice mentee to accomplish their goal in academic and career development.
  • Help them solve their concerns with appropriate support and referral available.
  • Encourage inquisitiveness and interest in academic, extracurricular and social works.
  • Conduct discussions on socio-cultural aspect of the country to make good citizen.
  • If situation demands, contact parent/guardians and provide the information about the achievements of their wards.
  • Update them on various scholarships, fellowships, competitions, internships, research projects, job opportunities, etc.
  • Develop leadership quality, team work among mentee.
  • Develop a long-term relationship and keep in contact to see the effects of mentoring and the progression of the mentee.
  • After completion of each session, submit the meeting records and a brief report to IQAC keeping the information and discussions with the mentees confidential.
  • Consult the college psychologist about the needs of any mentee and take necessary action.
  • Listen to the mentees, be flexible, be empathetic, be respectful and invest time and efforts
  • Identify the learning abilities of their mentees and suggest necessary action programs to the IQAC e.g. requirements of any skill development programs, career counselling sessions from professionals, preparation for various entrance examinations, etc.
  • Reaching out to other colleagues to request to conduct special/remedial classes for slow learners in the group.

    Mentee’s Roles and Responsibilities

  • Mentee is responsible for initiating all contact with the mentor and should be prepared and punctual for the mentoring sessions.
  • Mentee is responsible for establishing the agenda for the conversation. The student might even email topics to the mentor ahead of time. At the beginning of each session, the mentee should provide a brief update on progress since the last conversation.
  • Mentee should share his/her ideas, concerns, and professional goals so that the mentor is able to place the situation in perspective.
  • Mentee should establish a mutually agreeable plan for mentoring sessions. He/she should schedule the sessions on his/her calendar and build in enough time around the sessions to prepare. By ensuring that conversations start and end on time, the mentee will demonstrate respect and responsibility.
  • Mentee should focus on the relationship, rather than outcomes. Mentor’s role is not to provide a job; it is to share valuable experience with the mentee.
  • Mentee should ask direct questions about what he/she most want to know and shouldn’t be shy about asking. Mentee is responsible for ensuring, the conversation meets, his/her needs.

    Major Pillars of Mentor and Mentee Programme

    Mentor Mentee programme is a 2-way programme, which cannot be successful unless both the stakeholders (Mentor & Mentee) understand the intent of the programme. Following are some identified pillars that contributes towards success of the programme but only if religiously understood and practiced by both stakeholders.
  • Identifying the strengths, weaknesses, and biases: Mentors and mentees experience mentoring relationships through their own personal lenses which include facets of identity such as disability, race, gender, class and sexual orientation; particularly when they are related to marginalization and privilege within a broader society. Before engaging in a mentor/mentee relationship, identifying strengths, weaknesses, and biases. Mentors need to be sensitive to the mentee’s perspective. Mentees need to be clear about their needs and goals and be active participants in the relationship. Consider the assumptions about mentoring, how it should work, and whether or not these assumptions best serve the mentee’s needs. Think of mentors you have had – Why were/are they great or troublesome? How can you address the weaknesses/biases and be the best mentor or mentee possible?

  • Assess and build the communication and listening skills: A major skill that cuts across all mentor relationships is the ability to communicate and listen. This is required in order to build trust and a productive relationship. Good communication skills involve the following at minimum:
    • The ability to give full attention when communicating.
    • Engaging in good listening skills.
    • Giving constructive feedback that includes both criticism and praise.
    • Clarifying mutual expectations for the relationship.
    • Being complete yet succinct in comments and explanations.
    • Build productive mentor/mentee relationships: Every mentoring relationship is unique and should be grounded in the mentor’s strengths and the mentee’s needs. No one mentor can meet all of a mentee’s needs. The following steps are therefore recommended:
    • Clarify the mentee’s expectations for the mentor/mentee relationship and their needs related to career development.
    • Establish clear, shared expectations for the relationship including time commitment, meeting schedule, and ground rules.
    • Discuss confidentiality and the extent to which confidentiality can and will be secured.
    • Negotiate and document short-term & long-term goals and outcomes.
    • Mentors should refer mentees to colleagues for expertise outside their purview. Recommend and facilitate ways in which to build on the mentor/mentee relationship with other career development resources. This requires knowing what resources exist or how to find out and developing a “mindset” or awareness of opportunities for the mentee.
    • Develop a mentoring plan that includes multiple “mentors”.
    • Follow up regularly to help mentee keep on track.
    • Both mentor and mentee should provide feedback and modify the relationship, expectations, and strategies as needed.

For mentors: Assess and address concerns about mentoring

Common mentor concerns include not having enough time for good mentoring; uncertainty about how to be a good mentor; how to work with “difficult” mentees; and lack of compensation or rewards. Many concerns can be addressed through mentor orientations, workshops and networking. Opportunities for mentors to meet and exchange challenges and ideas are valuable. The following time-saver tips can help make mentoring manageable and therefore less stressful, more productive and more rewarding:

  • Set specific goals and timelines with benchmarks/dates.
  • Schedule regular time together – even if brief, over coffee, a walk around the building, or during a recreational activity.
  • Have agenda items in mind – clear to both in advance.
  • Use email for news of events, grant opportunities; deadline reminders; sending articles; encouragement and e-mentoring.
  • Attend events together – workshops, lectures, and conferences.
  • Share the load: refer mentee to other colleagues, peer groups, and networks.

For mentors: Fostering mentee career advancement

Promoting career advancement includes advising the mentee on ways in which to manage and excel at academic job responsibilities such as teaching, research, service, and administrative requirements. This can be achieved through the following activities:

  • Advise on promotion requirements and processes
  • Advise on time allocation across professional activities, for example research, teaching, service, and administrative duties
  • Advise on committee choices and load
  • Advise on University policies and practices
  • Advise on strategies for effective teaching
  • Observe classroom instruction and provide constructive feedback
  • Review draft proposals and manuscripts and encourage submissions
  • Provide targeted expertise on methodology or theory
  • Direct mentee to relevant funding opportunities and appropriate journals
  • Learn about resources and opportunities and communicate these to mentee
  • It also involves nurturing the mentee’s career through assisting him/her in identifying and choosing career development opportunities and linking to colleagues and professional networks. The following are examples of ways in which to do this:
  • Collaborate on research projects, manuscripts, and
  • Advise on key relationships to cultivate and facilitate
  • Include mentee in organized
  • Advise about key conferences your mentee should consider
  • Assist mentee in developing a career
  • Invite mentee to present at workshops or conferences.

For mentees: Fostering own career advancement

  • Be proactive in developing the own professional career.
  • See the mentor/mentee relationship as an important resource for career development and establishing a life-long colleague.
  • Be open to mentor suggestions and actively practice what you learn.
  • Recognize that one mentor can’t meet all needs. Mentees should take responsibility for identifying gaps and building a network of multiple mentors with needed strengths.
  • Provide honest, constructive feedback during evaluation process.

Faculty and college responsibility towards Slow learners

Slow learners cannot be defined as poor achievers or suffering from any kind of illness. The slow learning may be because of social background, lesser exposure to society, academic facilities, field, hesitation to ask questions in the class, medium of instruction, previous knowledge of the subject due to different curriculum in state boards, etc. mentors can help mentees to overcome many of their problems. The following strategies of more may be adopted by the faculty to motivate and guide slow learners.

  • Making provisions of easy lecture notes/study materials.
  • Recording their lectures and providing the same to the students so that the students can listen to the class content at their pace.
  • Arranging special classes in the form of remedial classes.
  • Peer education strategies can be used by following buddy system or peer mentors.
  • Provide academic and personal counselling
  • Encourage group learning activities.
  • Encouraging the students to join or participate in Co-Curricular activities
  • Teaching Learning through examples and case studies related to their social background.
  • Encouraging students to be more inquisitive and to join the skill development courses on life communication skills.

Faculty and college responsibility towards advanced learners

Advanced learners are those students who have better Intelligence Quotient and faster understanding of the subject. Such students require to be groomed beyond curriculum to explore their full potential.

  • Providing extra facilities and academic input for better career growth.
  • Encouragement to join research projects run by the college to inculcate research orientation.
  • Encouragement to write and publish research/popular/review papers or book chapters under the guidance of faculty members.
  • Encourage to read research papers and make presentations before the class.
  • Encourage to participate in National/International Conferences, Seminar and workshop so that they can present their works as well as interact with renowned academician.
  • Provide scholarships/Awards to acknowledge their efforts and to enhance their performance.
  • Encourage to join Online Courses offered by Swayam or other platforms for enhancing the knowledge horizon.
  • Offer a range of texts with more difficult books than the peer
  • Offer deeper questions with moving from factual to conceptual thoughts.
  • Honour and support innovative thinking. Help nurture their innovative ideas into products or models.
  • Consider the following general principles of teaching and learning of explore, create, envision, support, improve and exhibit.

 

Virtual Parent Cell

Apart from teaching learning process, Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology has also introduced Virtual Parent Cell in which Virtual Parents (teachers) are assigned to the students. Students can discuss their problems with their virtual Parents related to academics, career goals, wellness, mental health etc. Proper counseling sessions are done on time to time as per requirement. With the help of these sessions students are get to know about their strengths and weaknesses so they can further work on it to improve themselves. Also, with the guidance of their mentors, students can develop their Social Skills, Professional skills, Ethical values.

Virtual Parent

Virtual Parent help all the students in the areas of academic achievement, career, social and emotional development, ensuring today’s students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. They offer guidance to individuals and groups who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health and well-being and help them to define goals, plan action and gain insight. They also encourage students to talk to their parents or guardians about the things that they are worried about. When students do not feel comfortable talking about emotional or social problems at home, Virtual Parents have individual counseling sessions with them. If there is a problem occurring with a group of students, a group counseling session is warranted. Sometimes Virtual Parent include the parents in these sessions for serious issues to determine whether outside counseling or support is necessary.

Some of specific areas taken care by Virtual Parent are: –
• Self-awareness and empathy

  • Self esteem
    • Interpersonal relationship
    • Effective communication
    • Assertiveness
    • Coping with stress
    • Managing emotions
    • Decision making
    • Problem solving
    • Adolescent Problems

Goals and Objectives of Virtual Parenting:

  • Recognize, respect and address needs of cultural diversity and the economic positions of families.
  • Increase awareness and accountability of parents’ roles in student achievement.
  • Improve communication between school and parents.
  • Increase academic achievement and graduation rates among underserved communities.
  • Ensure parents are provided with the tools necessary to remain involved.
  • Foster strong relationships among families, teachers, community organizations and city departments to ensure sustainability.
  • Provide access to education and technology.
  • Promote economic development to ensure community sustainability.
  • To discuss the performance of the students.
  • To discuss the personal as well as academic problems of the students can be discussed jointly, and efforts made to solve these problems.
  • To make efforts to solve the problems of the students.
  • To bring desired changes in students’ attitude.
  • To shape behavior and conduct.
  • Acquisition of knowledge.
  • To improve the learning skills of students.
  • Formation of belief.
  • To become a social & efficient member of society.
  • Establish good rapport with external bodies.
  • Carry out individual and group counselling.
  • Plan motivational program for students
  • Help the student to understand inner self (potential) and his social relationship.
  • Help the students to maximize his potential and capability.
  • Provides the students information to parents and administrators on the students’ well-being.

 

Virtual Parent as a Teacher

First of all, we need to know who is a virtual parent as a teacher. In general, the definition of teacher goes like, a person who teaches pupils in schools, colleges, or private and imparts knowledge on specific subjects, checks the homework, and provides feedback. 

Well, that’s a common definition but the term ‘Virtual Parent Teacher’ is something more than this. Being a virtual parent teacher is something much more than only giving away knowledge, lectures, and attending back-to-back classes. A virtual parent as a teacher is the one who makes a significant impact in their students’ lives. He/she inspires them to be a better version of themselves and achieve something significant in life.

Virtual parent as a teacher educates the candidates on unique qualities like fellow feeling, brotherhood, kindness, and simplicity. They never collide with the same type of students everywhere, rather the types are varied. Today they can meet someone with high ambition and readily give them suitable advice. The real challenge is meeting aimless individuals with zero seriousness and influencing them to become a better version of themselves. So a virtual parent as a teacher’s duty isn’t restricted to attending lectures and sending notes. It is something beyond it and has a vital significance in their student’s life. 

Significant Characteristics of Virtual Parent as a Teacher

Being a virtual parent as a teacher isn’t easy and they need to deal with a lot throughout their career. Certain features mark the difference between a commoner and a great. The case with virtual parent as a teachers isn’t an exception either. The virtual parent as a teacher needs to be the ideals of the candidates, they must look upon them with massive respect. It is only then we can make sure the students are following in their footsteps as shown by his virtual parent as a teacher. 

The following characteristic attributes make the biggest difference between a good and an outstanding virtual parent as a teacher:

  • Compassionate: Being a skilled virtual parent as a teacher needs the person to be very compassionate not only towards the students but to his colleagues, staff, and parents. 
  • Passionate towards Learning: Establishing a successful virtual parent as a teacher teaching career, needs the virtual parent teacher to be a p assionate learner. He/she must have a supreme interest in unfolding innovative topics and always be a dedicated learner. 
  • In-depth Understanding Capacity: Being a virtual parent as a teacher requires the person to have a strong understanding capacity to analyze the distinct problems faced by the students
  • Patience: Patience is the key to success in the teaching domain. The virtual parent as a teachers need to be super patient while dealing with candidates, the school system, curriculum, and the parents and handle any issues peacefully
  • Being a Good Follower of Own Words: If the virtual parent as a teacher is educating the students to be a good person and follow all the fine qualities, they need to be a staunch follower of the same. They need to be the ones imparting the education not just by telling but by proving it with his activities too.
  • Great Communicator: Outstanding virtual parent as teachers are superb communicators and they can talk afresh with the students and analyze the issues they might go through. They can provide them with the support they need. 
  • Great at Putting Efforts: The virtual parent as a teacher should put effort. The ones with a ‘don’t care’ attitude really can’t make it far in the teaching line. To differ from others and to stand out from the crowd, influential teachers always put extra effort into the classroom and students to help them get better. 

Role of a Virtual Parent as a Teacher in Student’s Life

A Virtual Parent as a teacher influence on their students’ lives is undeniable. Youths are the future of the nation, who are responsible for carrying out vital duties across several domains and serving society this way or another. What influences them to do something great in life? Besides parents, whose credit is it when the youth today grow up to be beautiful human beings tomorrow? It is the teacher! Teachers are builders of a better tomorrow. They shape the youths today and help them achieve something great in life.

There are many significant ways through which virtual parent as a teachers have a remarkable impact on the student’s life. They not only are the role models but help the pupils with the right guidance to move their heads towards a better future.

  • Provide Right Guidance: Virtual parent as a teacher evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of their students and guide them to follow the best practices. They not only bring out the best from the students but teach them valuable life skills too like communication, compassion, organization, and presentation. Virtual parent as a teacher are the ones who motivate the students to do better in every domain and help them achieve life goals. Through their guidance, the students know to differentiate between right and wrong.
  • Act as Role Models: Virtual parent as a teacher are the ultimate role models in a student’s life. In their academic life, students come across different types of teachers. A great teacher is always supportive and compassionate towards his students and appreciates their achievements in every field. They have a precious connection with the students and always encourage them to do better. Teachers are their role models who always hold a positive attitude in life and so help their students to follow the same.
  • Shape the Society: Virtual parent as a teachers are dedicated learners who can not only teach but listen to the students problems and try mentoring them to the best of their ability. Skilled teachers handle things patiently and can shape the academic goals of the youths. They rarely do it for recognition rather they follow their heart! The concept of powerful education and teaching students valuable skills are directly proportional. Teachers know the cause and contribute towards shopping for a better tomorrow.
  • Change Lives for Better: Its not always the “good” students that Virtual parent as a teachers cross paths with. Rather there are many aimless pupils too who are careless about life and least bothered about academics. A brilliant teacher is equally compassionate to them and helps them change for the better. They even encourage students to be full of spirit during their lows and these are responsible to change the lives of the students for the better. 
  • Academic Guidance: In helping students understand their learning needs and blocks, such as equipping them with study skills, doing semi-formal assessments for Learning Disabilities and Difficulties. Academic guidance is often necessary for children that are unable to get it at home, or have a paucity of resources to equip them with specific knowledge otherwise.
  • Career and Vocational Guidance: While career guidance exists as a field in itself, school counsellors are generally required to keep abreast with career options as well as things such as entrance examinations, college requirements etc. More pertinent in virtual parent as a teacher can help by providing information on the various career and vocational options available. Virtual parent as teacher can guide the students in choosing the right career based on suitable aptitude tests.
  • Issues with Peers: Issues such as bullying, clique formation, estrangement and infighting, are all issues that we worked with in our fieldwork setting. Within this, we saw how the teachers, administration and parents interacted to either mediate or exacerbate the situation as well as how it was developmentally crucial to resolve these issues.
  • Psychosocial Problems: A virtual parent as a teacher helps in early identification of problem behaviours and takes suitable steps to prevent the onset of psychosocial problems. In case of psychosocial problems detected after their onset, He/she works towards finding suitable solutions, or due to the time constraints in school, looks at referring the child to a more suitable setting if the child’s home environment allows for it.
  • Working with Parents: To enable holistic support and to ensure that the child’s home environment is secure and nurturing for her, as well as to keep the parents in the loop about the work done in counselling, and how to ensure that the results are maintained at home.
  • Working with other Teachers: Teacher meetings are extremely crucial in order to ensure two basic things 1) to keep the teacher in the loop about the work being done, and how to modify his/her behavior accordingly, as well as for inputs about the conditions of the classroom 2) help the teacher manage his own workload, by providing them with skills such as coping skills or problem solving strategies or emotional unburdening.

 

 

 

Scholarship Cell

 Er. Iqroop Kaur
Scholership InCharge

Mobile No. 7889066470
Email:- iqroopkaur26@gmail.com

Scholarships & Incentives For Meritorious Students

To promote merit to encourage students, Khalsa College Governing Council extends the following Scholarships to the Meritourious Students of Khalsa College of Engineering & Technology.

SCHOLARSHIP FOR FIRST SEMESTER STUDENTS (at the time of joining college)

  1. JEE Merit 1 to 500 (State Rank)        100% Tuition Fee concession only for 1st Semester
  2. JEE Merit 501 to 1000 (State Rank)  50% Tuition Fee concession only for 1st Semester

Based on 10+2 marks:

  1. 90% Marks or above  50% Tuition Fee concession only for 1st Semester
 

SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE FOR 2ND SEMESTER ONWARDS:

1. Topper in the University Exams

  • 100% Tuition Fee concession to university Toppers in each branch in the immediate previous semester (for one semester only).
  • 75% Tuition Fee waiver for standing 2nd in university in each branch in the immediate previous semester (for one semester only).
  • 50% Tuition Fee concession for standing 3rd in university in each branch in the immediate previous semester (for one semester only).

2. College topper in University Exams

20% Tuition Fee Concession to College Topper in each branch in each semester (for one semester only)

3. FATHERLESS/ORPHANED/PHYSICALLY CHALLANGED STUDENT

Need and performance based freeship in college upto 30% of the total amount payable

4. GOVERNING COUNCIL MEMBERS/EMPLOYEES’ WARDS FRESH

(Available only in case of Children of Permanent/Regular employees studying in any of the colleges under the jurisdiction of Khalsa College Charitable Society)

5. BROTHER/SISTER CONCESSION

The younger one will pay half of the tuition fee

6. Students passing 10+2 (plus two)/graduation from Khalsa Institutions and taking admission in graduate/post graduation degree in the colleges under the Khalsa College Charitable Society will be given 10% concession in the total fee for the first year (entry level year) only. This concession will be in addition to the concession already given to the meritorious students and other categories as prescribed by the Management.

7. Nishkam Scholarship:

Large number of students of the college is guided and they avail merit-cum-means scholarship from Nishkam seva Trust, New Delhi. (www.nishkam.org) These scholarships are available only for pursuing professional diploma, degree or postgraduate courses in a recognized institution/University in India. The term professional course includes, (but is not limited to), engineering, architecture, information technology, computer science, medical, nursing, pharmacology, home science, education, business management, agriculture, animal husbandry and the like. Students appeared in Class X & XII Examination (Academic year 2019-20) can also apply and take the Written Test and Interview, but the scholarship will be granted, if found eligible, only on getting admission for a professional course in recognized Institute (i) The applicant must have obtained at least 60% marks in the previous two examination. (ii) The gross family income of the applicant must not exceed an average of Rs. 20800/- per month (i.e. Rs. 2,50,000 per year). (iii) The applicant must maintain an active e-mail account for correspondence with Nishkam. He/she must mention a Mobile and alternative telephone number for easy communication.

8. Student Welfare Insurance Scheme

Khalsa College Charitable Society shall bear the total college fee upto the limit of Rs 3,00,000/- in case of any unfortunate demise of the earning parent of a student during the course of his studies. Also reimbursement of upto Rs 50,000/-as cost of surgery in case of any unfortunate accident of a student.

 

 

Govt scholarship schemes

The Scholarship Cell of the College effectively provides the assistance to the students of SC/ST/OBC category, J&K students, Girl students in the attainment of various govt scholarships schemes for their graduation studies. The various scholarship schemes are as follow.

1. Pragati Scholarship – AICTE Scholarship Scheme for Girl Child:-

Pragati Scholarship is a government scholarship scheme implemented by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Under this scholarship scheme, a total of 5,000 scholarships are disbursed every year among meritorious girl students for pursuing technical education. An amount of INR 50,000 per annum is given to the scholarship winners for every year. For more details and eligibility conditions, the students can visit the scholarship cell of college.

2. Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS), Jammu & Kashmir:

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) invites applications for Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS), J&K 2020-21 from Class 12 passed and diploma degree holders in J&K and Ladakh. The scholarship aims to support the youth of J&K in pursuing higher education outside the state. It facilitates the access of quality education to students so as to equip them with knowledge, skills, experience and training for higher academic level/profession. Students selected for PMSSS can benefit from a scholarship of up to INR 3 lakh per annum along with other grants. For complete details and eligiblity conditions, the students can visit the scholarship cell of college.

3. SC Post Matric Scholarship Scheme:

SC Post Matric Scholarship is a centrally sponsored scheme that has been started by the Central Government and is implemented through state government administration and union territories administration. Under this scheme financial assistance to scheduled caste students is provided at the post-matric level so that they can continue with their education without facing any financial hurdles.This scheme is awarded by the Government of the state where the applicant permanently resides.SC students pursuing studies beyond 12th class will be given scholarships. The SC category students can visit the scholarship cell of college for complete details.

4. IKGPTU University Fee Wavier Scheme:

The Scheme shall be applicable to all approved Technical Institutions offering Bachelor Programmes, Diploma and Post Diploma Programmes of Three/Four years duration.The Waiver shall be limited to the tuition fee as prescribed by the State Government. All other fee except tuition fees will have to be paid by the beneficiary.The admission shall be made by Punjab Technical University for degree level programmes in the affiliated college.Sons and daughters of parents whose annual income is less than Rs. 6 Lakhs from all sources shall only be eligible for seats under this scheme.

Anti Ragging Cell

Prohibition, Prevention and Punishment

The University Grant Commission vide its letter no F.1-16/2007(CPP-2) dated June 17, 2009 as well as Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has banned ragging of students in Institutions of Higher Learning. In case, any student indulges in this misadventure, he/she can be severely punished to the extent of Rustication/Removal from the College for ever.

Functional Committee

  • Functional Committee dealing with Anti ragging
  • Anti-ragging Squad

Forms of Ragging

Display of noisy, disordered conduct, teasing, excitement by rough or rude treatment or handling, including rowdy, undisciplined activities which cause or are likely to cause annoyance, undue hardship, physical or psychological harm or raise apprehensive fear in a fresher, or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such a student will not do in the ordinary course and which causes him/her shame or embarrassment or danger to his/her life, etc.

Punishments for participation in /or abetment of Ragging as envisaged by the Hon’ble Supreme court of India as:

  • Cancellation of admission.
  • Suspension from attending classes.
  • Withholding/Withdrawing scholarship/fellowship and other benefits.
  • Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or their evaluation process.
  • Withholding Results
  • Debarring from representing the institution in any national or international meet, tournament, youth festival, etc.
  • Suspension/ Expulsion from the hostel.
  • Rustication from the institution for periods varying from 1 to 4 semesters or equivalent period.
  • Expulsion from the institution or consequent debarring from admission to any other Institution.
  • Fine upto Rs. 50,000/-.

 

POSITIONNAMECONTACT NUMBER
Chairperson:Dr. Manju Bala (Director)98784-02703
Civil RepresentativeMs. Sudesh Nanda, (Retired Vice Principal, B.B.K D.A.V. College for Women)98785-60521
Police RepresentativeS. Gurpreet Singh82830-12222
NGO/ AdvocateMrs. Harleen Kaur98156-97791
Representative FacultyDr. G.S Grewal (Prof. ECE)78147-47373
Representative FacultyEr. Karanbir Singh (Deputy Dean Student Welfare)97818-06041
Representative FacultyEr. Loveleen Kaur (Asstt. Prof. CSE Deptt.)97794-63618
Representative of ParentsS. Mangat Singh (Self-Employed) Village Shahpur Jaja, Distt. Gurdaspur62834-52463
Representative of  studentMr. Arshdeep Singh, 7th Sem. CSE
Ms. Daler Kaur, 5th Sem. B.Sc. ML

62835-31374
98557-05055

Representative of  student

Mr. Simranjit Gill, 7th Sem. ECE
Ms. Iqra Arshid, 5th Sem. B.Sc.MLS

79863-45647
88990-99984

Representative of old studentEr. Hiteshwar Singh94650-93332
Representative of Senior student

Er. Bhanu Parkash
Er. Sehaj Kaur

79704-57505
73075-55730

Representative of non-teaching

Ms. Balbir Kaur
Mr. Rakesh Sharma

98147-37992
80548-30477

 

NAME MOBILE NUMBER
Dr. Manju Bala, Director 9878402703
Dr. Mohinder Sangita, Dean Academics (UGC Programs) 8146685946
Dr. Jugraj Singh, Dean Academics (AICTE Programs) 9780363388
Er. Bikramjit Singh, Registrar 8427460020
Er. Karanbir Singh Dean Student Welfare 9803163011
Er. Sandeep Devgan, H.O.D ME 9888453238
Dr. Jasleen Kaur, H.O.D CSE 9988414169
Dr. Maalti Puri, H.O.D ECE 8847035938
Er. Sukhmeet Kaur HOD BCA/BBA 7340726076
Mr. Muteeb Showket, H.O.D Paramedical courses 6280915890
Er. Akarshan Uppal, Chief Warden Boys’ Hostel 7018188635
Ms. Chanpreet Kaur, Hostel Warden Girl’s Hostel 8427584867

SC / ST Cell

Khalsa college of Engineering and Technology, Amritsar is committed to provide an environment that promotes diversity and respects everyone regardless of colour, caste, creed, religious belief or cultures. While maintaining diversity of all kinds, it is also committed to ensuring of providing education to everyone and acting as per the provisions of constitution of India in such matters. In order to create an amiable working environment where all students feel safe and respected, an SC/ST Cell with the following objectives has been established in the college:

Objectives of SC-ST cell

To counsel and guide SC/ST students studying at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology, Amritsar on various issues confronting them and help them to manage academic and personal demands of a college life effectively.

  1. To counsel and guide SC/ST students studying at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology, Amritsar on various issues confronting them and help them to manage academic and personal demands of a college life effectively.
  2. To ensure provisions for an environment where all such students feel safe and secure and do not face any discrimination.
  3. To provide prompt counselling for any emotional emergencies arising on account of any events at the campus.
  4. To provide a mechanism to redress the grievances of SC and ST students, if any
  5. To ensure protection and reservation as provided in the constitution of India.

The SC/ST Cell will provide comprehensive preventive and proactive services to all such students enrolled for various academic programmes in the College. The goal of the cell would be to enhance the psychological wellbeing of SC/ST students at Khalsa College of Engineering And Technology, Amritsar so they can take full advantage of the educational opportunities in the College.

Any complainant belonging to SC/ST community can register his/her complaint Through Email scstcell.kcet@gmail.com alternatively they can also register their complaints online via this following form.

S.NO NAME DESIGNATION POSITION
1. Er. Gurcharan Singh Deputy Dean Student Welfare Convener
2. Er. Sandeep Singh Sunny Asstt. Prof. ME Member
3. S. Gursahab Singh Lab Tech. Chemistry Member
4. S. Jaspal Singh Lab Tech. Civil Member
5. Yogesh Kumar Student, 2nd Year (ME) Member
6. Sukhmani Singh Student, 4th Year (CE) Member
7. Shobhit Kumar Ram Student, 2nd Year (CSE) Member
8. Sudhir Kumar Ram Student, 2nd Year (CSE) Member

Dr. Sandeep Singh
Mobile No.8288088072
Email:- er.sunny@yahoo.co.in

Er. Gurcharan Singh
Mobile No. 8283801398
Email:- gstalwara@gmail.com

Women Cell

 

Dr. Ripin Kholi
Women Cell In-Charge

 

To keep college environment free from any type of gender based discrimination and sexual harassment, direct or indirect, to the women work force and girl students. To oversee and supervise appropriate mechanism to stall any such activities towards the women staff and students. To organize awareness raising activities and programmers to sensitize all the work force and students about this important issue. This cell functions as the internal complaints committee as required by the “Sexual Harassment of Women at Work place (prevention, prohibition and redressed) Act 2013.” As per this Act of 2013 the following are to be considered as “sexual harassment”: Any unwelcome act or behaviour, namely:

  • Physical contacts and advances
  • A demand or request for sexual favours
  • Making sexually coloured remarks
  • Showing or displaying of pornography material
  • Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature

The following circumstances, if present in relation to the act of behavior of harassment will also amount to sexual harassment:

  • Implied or explicit promise of preferential treatment in employment
  • Implied or explicit threat of detrimental treatment
  • Implied or explicit threat about her present or future employment status
  • Interference with her work or creating offensive or hostile work environment
  • Humiliating treatment likely to affect her health or safety

In addition to above, following points will also be considered as creating a hostile work environment:

  • Pressure for discussing/meeting at some particular place and timings that makes an individual feel uncomfortable.
  • Making offensive remarks about body parts
  • Touching or staring in a way that may make an individual feel uncomfortable
  • Telling sexual jokes, hanging sexual posters.
  • Using racially derogatory words, phrases, epithets
  • Demonstrations of a racial or ethnic nature such as the use of gestures, pictures or drawing which would offend a particular racial or ethnic group
  • Comments about an individual’s skin color or other racial/ethnic characteristics
  • Negative comments about an employee’s religious beliefs
  • Negative stereotypes regarding an employee’s birthplace or ancestry

Procedure to lodge a Complaint: The complaints with reference to any of the above points can be made to the Women Cell / ICC by female staff and students in the following manner:

  • The female staff/student can make a complaint in writing to the ICC within a period of 3 months from the date of the incident.
  • The complainant should clearly mention her identity i.e. Name, Department, and office premises/ place to ensure quick and fruitful results and to solve the problems in a positive way.
  • The committee will keep these details strictly confidential and no member of the committee will discuss them outside.
  • The committee also ensures to take action as per the ” Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (prevention, prohibition and redressed) Act 2013.”

 

6.Ms. Balbir KaurNon Teaching Member80548-30477

S.NoName of the PersonDesignationContact Number
1.Dr. Ruchi Handa HOD, Diploma WingConvener98559-46622
2.Dr. Mohinder Sangeeta, Dean Academics(Non-AICTE)Grievance Redressal Committee Chair Person81466-85946
3.Ms. Sudesh NandaAnti Ragging Committee Civil Representative98785-60521
4.Dr. G.S. GrewalAnti Ragging Committee Faculty Representative78147-47373
5.Dr. Maalti PuriIQAC Coordinator88470-35938
7.Mr. Rakesh SharmaNon Teaching Member80548-30477
8.Mr. Dinesh Kumar Shangari, Supervising Engineer in PWDExternal Member97791-80041
9.Mrs. Harleen KaurNGO/Advocate98156-97791
10.Priya, CSE 3rd SemStudent Representative63024-30362
11.Amritpal Singh, CSE 7th SemStudent Representative62831-04223
12.Parveen Kumar, CE 3rd semStudent Representive62077-14633
13.Dheeraj Kumar ECE 3rd SemStudent Representative62995-00825

 

In pursuance of UGC (Preventation, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women emoloyees and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015 read with Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Preventation, prohibition and redressal) Act, 2013, the Internal Complaints Committee(ICC) of Khalsa College of Engineering & Technology, Amritsar is constituted:

  1. To deal with the complaints relating to Sexual harrassment at workplace, hostel
  2. Ro spread awareness about gender-related issues and functioning of the Gender Sensitisation Committee against Sexual Harasment

The College has a zero tolerance policy towards sexual harasment and is proactively committed to provide a safe conducive work and academic environment to students & employees. We at Khalsa College  of Engineering & Tecnology are extremely alert to matters pertaining to any kind of harassment & gender sensitivity. Any female aggrieved in this matter may fearlessy approach the convener of the committee against sexual harassment.

Gender Sensitisation Committee against Sexual Harassment Guidelines are in complaince with

  • Ministry of Human Resource Development, University Grant Commission Notification 2016
  • University Graint Commission (Preventation, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women emoloyees and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015
  • UGC guidelines for ensuring gender neutrality,2016
  • Ministry of women and child Development Guidelines for Gender Champions in Educational Institutions,2016
  1. Short title, application and commencement- These regulations may be called Preventation, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women employees  and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015
  2. Definitions- In these regulations, unless thecontext otherwise requires

                  (a)Aggrieved women/men/Tg means in relation to workplace, a women/men/TG of any age whether employed or not, who alleges to have been subjected to any of sexual harassment by the repondent.

                 (b) “Commission” means the university Grants Commission established under section of the University Grants Commission Act,1956(3 of 1956);

                  (c) “covered individuals” are persons who have engaged in protected activity such as filing  sexual harassment charge, or who are closely associated with an individual who has engagged in protected activity and such person can be an employee or e fellow student or guardian of the offended person;

                (f) “employee” means  a person as defined in the act and also includes, for the purpose of these Regulations treneemnapprentice (or called n by any one on the name), inters, volunteers, teacher assistants, wheather employed or not, including those involved in field studies, projects, short visits and camps;

               (g) “‘proted activity” includes resonable opposition to a practice believed to violate sexual harassement laws on behalf of onrself or others such as participation in sexual harassment proceedings, cooperating with an internal investigation or alleged sexual harassment practices or acting as a witness in an investigation by an outside agency or in litigation

              (h) “sexual harassement” means- An unwanted conduct with seual undertones if it occours or which is persistant and which demeans, humiliates or creates a hostile and intimidating environment or is calculated to induce submission by actual or threatened adverse consequences and includes any one or more or all of the following unwelcome acts or behaviour (whether directly or by implication), namely:-

a) Any unwelcome physical, verbal or non verbal conduct of sexual nature;

b) Demand or request for sexual favors;

c) Making sexually colored remarks;

d) Physical contact and advances; or 

e) Showing pornography”

(ii) any one (or more than one or all of the following circumstances, if it occours or is present in relation on connected with any behavior that has explicit or implicit sexual undertones.

(a) implied or explicit promise of preferential treatment as quid pro quo sexual favours;

(b) implied or explicit promise threat of detrimental treatment in the conduct of work;

(c) implied or explicit threat about the present or future status of the person concerned;

(d) creating an intimidating offensive or hostile learning environment;

(e) humiliating treatments likely to affect the health, sagety diginty or physical integrity of person concerned;

(l) “students means a person duly admitted and perusing a progremme of study either through regular mode or distance mode, including short-term training progremmers in Central University of jammu campus, although not yet admitted, shall be treated for the purposes of these regulations, as a student of the KCET, where any incident of sexual harasmment taken place against such student; Provided that a student who is participant of any of the activities in Centrak University of Jammu otherbthan the Central University of Jammuwhere such student is enrolled shal be treated, for the purpose of these regulations, as a student of that Central University of Jammu where any incident of sexual Harassement taken place against such student;

(m)”Third party harassment” refers to a situation where sexual harassment occurs as a result of an act or oission by any third party or outsider, who is not an employee or a student of the Central University of Jammu in some other capacity or for some other purpose or reson;

(n) ” Victimisation”, means any unfavourable treatment meted out to a person with an impict or explicit intention to obtain sexual favour”.

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