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Title of the Practice
Setting up of honesty hub in the college campus to inculcate honesty in the youth.

Obejctive of the PracticeTo inculcate moral values especially honesty and truthfulness in today’s youth.

The Context

The reason for setting an honesty hub is the deterioration of moral values and self-centeredness in today’s youth. Honesty hub is an effort to make students self-accountable and have a positive impact on society.

The Practice

Honesty hub is a sort of tuck shop having utility articles needed by students in day to day life such as stationery goods, handkerchief, sanitary, napkin, rubber band, etc. These articles are displayed in a well-decorated hub with quotations on honesty and moral values. The rate list is also displayed. An open cash box with change is also kept there. Students were notified to buy anything, they want from that hub and keep the money in the cash box. There is no camera for surveillance. After every month stock checking is done. Honesty hub is being run on no profit no loss basis.

Evidence of success

Every month an honesty index is prepared based on the value of goods sold and money in cash box. The success of the practice lies in the honesty index is almost 100% and in certain months above 100%.

Problems Encountered and Resources Required

Since honesty is an abstract entity, it is very difficult to popularize the idea. It was very difficult to make students realise the importance of opening up of Honesty Hub in the college. The next problem that the organisers encountered was the resources required to run it. The teachers of the Dept. of Economics volunteered to spend money from their own pocket to keep the honesty show running.



Title of the Practice
Organizing Charitar Nirman Shivar for youth in the college.

Obejctive of the PracticeTo inculcate moral and Vedic values in the young generation.

The Context

The objective of this shivar was to enhance the moral, intellectual, spiritual and physical development of young students. The holding of such shivars is a continuous process and it is simply an extension of various Vedic and moral activities that the institution undertakes from time to time in the college. Under this best practice, Havan Yajnas are regularly held, especially at the commencement of the new academic session. Dharam Shiksha exam, which is held every year to inculcate moral values among students, is also a part of this sacred programme. Posters, motivating all the stake holders to imbibe good values in their behaviour and conduct are to displayed regularly. Students are also encouraged and trained to extend a helping hand to the poor and the needy.

The Practice

Charitar Nirman Shivar was organized in the college campus from 29.12.18 - 31.12.18. In this shivar approx. 100 students from various schools of Nakodar and its surrounding areas participated. A panel of eminent personalities from different walks of life delivered lectures on various topics such as discipline, concentration, yoga, good health, moral values, personality development, nutrition and many more. There were interactive sessions with resource persons.

Young Students were benefitted with experiences shared by the eminent guests such as:

Lt.(Col.) Manmohan Singh, Dr.Tarsem Singh, Principal Shallu Gupta MC, Shri Trilochan Singh, Professor Sandeep Chahal, Dr. Rajinder Whadwa Avinash Rai Khanna, Professor Viney, Professor InduBatra, Professor Rajan Kapoor, Professor Seema Wadhwa, Professor Salil, and many more.

Evidence of success

Experience shared by some of the participants in the concluding session of the Shivar clearly indicated that shiver had an impact on the overall personality development of the participants.

Problems Encountered and Resources Required

As the Shivar was held during winter break, it was difficult to convince the beneficiaries to attend it. To effectively run the Shivar, contributions were made by the employees and philanthropists. The biggest problem that was encountered was to mobilise students and residents of the town to attend a programme that intended to impart moral and spiritual training to them.

Scholorships

A number of concessions are given to the students by the college on the basis of the meritorious performance.Some of our scholorships like Sh. H.C. Bhalla and Sh. R.C. Bhatia Memorial Cash Prize, Mrs. Sushila Devi Memorial Scholorship of Rs:5100.

House Examination

In order to assess the progress of the studentss two Terminal Examination will be held in the month of September and March.The date sheet of the examination will be notified to the students well in time.All students are required to appear in the college Examination

University Examination

Eligibility Criterion for University Examination are 75% attendance, 25% marks in house test In Migration cases, it is the solo responsibility to fullfill the eligibility criterion of the University till the case is cleared by the University.