Academia - BBK DAV College for Women, Amritsar


The college organizes an orientation programme, before the commencement of its academic session. This introduces the incoming students to various programmes, activities, facilities and the values of the institution.


The Head Girl, Assistant Head Girls, Presidents and Secretaries of Clubs and Societies, Class & Section Representatives are sensitized to values of responsibility, initiative and decision-making. Freshers’ Contest, Valedictory Function and other functions of clubs and societies are organized by the students only.


The Prayer, along with singing of the National Anthem, is a regular feature of the college. Other than the invocations, the assembly is a means of communication with the students regarding policy matters, important functions/ competitions and above all a time to disseminate meaningful matters of life and living. The relevance of important days and events like Youth Day, Women’s Day, Rishi Bodh Day, Valmiki Day, Sant Ravi Dass Day etc. is reaffirmed.


The college is actively engaged in community service, that helps to inculcate the spirit of service and civic values among the students. Visits to Orphanage and Old Age Home, Mental Hospital and Institute for the Deaf and Dumb are organized from time to time. Several times, festivals are celebrated with the inmates. The students make collections in kind and cash to share with the inmates. Students are also sensitized to various national problems and are given training to serve society with a human touch in the time of emergency. In the recent past, funds were collected for COVID-affected people. The college participates in various community service programmes organized by Arya Samaj and DAV Institutions.


During the time of admission, this cell helps the students by acquainting them with the programmes and courses available in the college and facilitates them in making decisions and choices for their future. The work of this cell is to offer insight, guidance and support to help students understand and manage different career issues.


Under the aegis of WEF (Women Empowerment Forum), the college sensitizes women about their status and identity, coping strategies for their dual role and to become more self-reliant. The forum through lectures by women of eminence, attempts to uplift women from the subordinate status and prepares them to live with dignity, facing the challenges of the patriarchal system.


We are thankful to the parent body, DAV College Managing Committee, Chitra Gupta Road, New Delhi and LMC for their valued guidance and inspiration. We acknowledge the role of UGC, GNDU & DPI (Colleges), which have encouraged us to start job oriented courses in this institution to increase employability of the students in various fields. The GNDU administrative hierarchy is always promptly supportive and we are indebted to them also.

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