Multani Mal Modi College
Near Sunami Gate, Opposite Polo Ground, Patiala - 147001 (Punjab), India
Patiala : 24 July, 2015
The new academic session of M M Modi College commenced by organizing a three-day Orientation programme for the entry level students. The college Principal Dr. Khushvinder Kumar Welcomed the students and said that the students coming from the schools face many difficulties in the new environment of the college. He assured them that various committees have been formed to assist and guide them. He exhorted upon them to work diligently and develop their skills to be employable and inculcate moral and human values to become responsible citizens. Dr. Vinay Jain informed the students about the rich infrastructure available in the College especially for science classes. Prof. Nirmal Singh informed the students about the rich traditions and achievements of the college. He also cautioned them about the evil of ragging and asked the new-comers to report immediately if any such incident happens. Prof. (Mrs.) Poonam Malhotra informed the girl students about the functioning of the college Women Cell. Prof. Sharwan Kumar gave detailed information about the Time-Table, Prof. Balvir Singh apprised them about the co-curricular activities.
Dr. Harcharan Singh informed the students about various academic and co-academic programmes listed in the annual academic calendar. Prof. (Mrs.) Baljinder Kaur asked the students to plan their creative writings to be published in the college magazine ‘The Luminary’. Prof. Shailendra Sidhu informed about the add-on courses, Dr. Ashwani Sharma gave information about the Eco Club and the Science Fair. Dr. Rajeev Sharma laid emphasis on NSS activities, Dr. Ajit Kumar made the students aware about the conditions of house examinations and regular attendance in the classes. Prof. Ganesh Sethi talked about various scholarship schemes, Prof. Harmohan Sharma informed about various clubs and societies in the college. Ms. Poonam Sharma, Mr. Rohit Sachdeva, Prof. Vinay Garg also addressed the students.