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Projects

 

Name Thesis Title Enrolment No.
Anuradha Contribution of Punjab Basketball Association for the Promotion of Basketball in India 15/1055/Ph.D. w.e.f. 10/4/15
Amandeep Kaur Development of Physical Education and Sports in Khalsa College, Amritsar 15/1058/Ph.D. w.e.f.10/4/15

Some of the faculty members of the college are actively engaged in research through individual projects, leading research projects and doctoral guidance.

Session Faculty Name Department Project Topic
2011-12 Dr. Kamini Sahir Hindi (Minor Research Project) Pradesh Punjab Mein Hindi Bhasha Ki Vastu Isthiti.
2011-12 Dr. Aditi Satija Psychology (Minor Research Project) Effect of Frustration and Hostility on Mental Health of Adolescents in selected cities of Punjab.
2011-12 Dr. Aditi Satija Psychology (Minor Research Project) Effect of Frustration and Hostility on Mental Health of Adolescents in selected cities of Punjab.
Jan, 2011 Ms. Pooja Chatley Business Adminstration (Minor Research Project) Effectiveness of Bancassurance as a channel of selling life and New-life Insurance products.

The following faculty has completed their doctorate in service.

  • Mrs. Priyaka Khanna, Assistant professor in Commerce was awarded doctorate by Punjabi University Patiala in the year 2013.
  • Mrs. Pooja Chately, Assistant professor in Business Management awarded doctorate by Punjabi University Patiala in the year 2014.

The following faculty members are currently pursing doctorate.

  • Ms. Anu (Deptt. of Physical Education).
  • Ms. Honey Walia (Deptt. of English).
  • Ms. Prabhleen Toor (Deptt. of English).
  • Ms. Paramjeet Kaur (Deptt. of Commerce).
  • Ms. Shevta Chugh (Deptt. of Commerce).
  • Mrs. Sukhvinder (Deptt. of Commerce)
  • Ms. Silky Batra (Deptt. of Commerce)
  • Ms. Ritu (Deptt. of Mathematics).

Guiding Student Research

Project development is a part of course curriculum in the programmes of BBA, BCA, M.Com, M.Sc. (IT) and PGDCA for which faculty members of respective departments act as supervisor for a manageable group of 3-4 students. To maximize the learning outcomes of the students and to ensure the appropriate emphasis on critical areas of the project, proper planning and scheduling of the project is done in consultation with faculty members who provide guidelines for the project methodology viz. selection of topic, synopsis submission, draft project submission, final report submission and mock viva etc.

To explain in particular, the students of BCA undertake projects of website development in the language of Java and Advanced Java. The students of M.Sc. (IT) undergo four months industrial training and contribute towards industrial projects. PGDCA students are involved in in-house database management projects. BBA students make projects on topics like work life balance among students and employees, measuring service quality of banks, working capital management in companies and consumer behavior towards selected products. M. Com students prepare projects on topics like HR, Finance, Banking, Mutual Funds, Marketing, Production and Operations Management in their six weeks industrial summer training projects.

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