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UG-PG Department

About UG-PG Department

Humanities came from the Latin word “Humans” which means human, cultured & refined. It is often designated to the non- scientific scholarly disciplines such as language, literature, rethonics, philosophy, History, etc. with aim of development of human virtue to its folks extent.

The foundation of Humanities department was laid down by initiation of Bachelors of Arts programme in year 1969. Students who endue in aforesaid programme have an opportunity to pursue various subject of their interests as well as have an understanding of the compulsory subjects offered in the programme. The staff is well qualified to be able to help students know efficiently. Students enthusiastically participate in various co-curriculum activity including inter-wing &  inter- college competitions helping them in developing synergistic partnerships which eventually leads of personality development.

As of 2022 keeping in mind the interest of students in Hindi language, its literature and their fascination towards our rich cultural heritage, Master’s degree programme in Hindi. Histories are introduced with aim of providing quality education as post- graduation level to girls.

Aims & Objectives

The Department of Humanities with ist well qualified & equipped staff is driven towards achievement of success & perfection by its students.

  • Foster intellectual curiosity, global knowledge, critical thinking, personal responsibility and critical & cultural awareness in students.
  • Prepare students to use language effectively
  • Students know to co-ordinate & Co-operate with other to achieve shared goals.
  • Prepare students to be responsible citizen, lifelong owner and would ready leader in their chosen field.

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    Useful Information

    Security fee will be refunded after the completion of the course before 31st March.


    There is provision for some fee concessions. Stipends & scholarship to poor deserving and brilliant students. But such concessions are liable to be withdrawn in case of the students who

    1. Fail or remain absent in the coming House Test fully or partly.
    2. Remain irregular in attendance
    3. If found guilty of misbehavior as per decision of the discipline committee.


     The student can apply for reimbursement of that much of amount of fee which is approved by the Education Department of H.P.


    The Schedule of fine as under:

    * Absent fine for one period or more Rs. 10/-

    * Absent fine for missing the house tests Rs. 100/- per paper

    * Late fee fine Rs.10/- per day

    * Absent fine for missing the class tests Rs. 10/- per day

    * Fine for Truancy cases Rs.10/- per day

    * Escaping from the classroom in a group Rs. 50/- per student

    * Special fine can be imposed in case of gross misbehavior on the report of the discipline committee.

    * Library fine Rs. 10/- per day after the due date.

    * Absence fine for not attending college function Rs. 10/- per student.


    Every student seeking admission to a class must apply for admission on the prescribed form obtainable from the college window along with the college prospectus on payment. She is also to attach with the admission form birth certificate (Matric) and certificate of the lower examination passed.

    Only passed candidate of NOS will be admitted. An applicant must not be more than 25 yrs of age as on 1st July.


    1. House tests (1 hour duration per paper)
    2. Class tests as per rules of UGC Guidlines for B.A., B.Com, M.A., M.Com.


    1. Every student will be issued Identity/Library card at the time of admission. All the students are to keep this card with them. It has to be shown on demand to any official of the college, while in college campus.
    2. The same is to be demanded at the time of University Examination by the Centre Superintendent or any other official authorised by him. The cost of duplicate identity card is Rs. 20/- (To be issued with the prior permission of the Principal).


    1. The candidate has obtained 25% marks in the compulsory and elective subject in the house examination.
    2. The candidate has attended not less than 75% lectures of the full course delivered to the class in each of the subject offered by her.


    Provision has been made for awarding prizes and certificates for distinction in studies, sports and other Co-curricular activities. Hostler must abide by the rules and regulation mentioned in the form of hostel.


    The college results are always far above the university pass percentage every year.


    • Messers Goel Book Depot. Palampur grants three stipends of the total value Rs.1000/-yearly to poor and deserving students in the sacred memory of late. Smt. Mansa devi of Chachian (H.P.)
    • “Shri Bansi Lal Butail Gold Medal” Sh. Durga Dutt Sood advocate, from Jalandhar awards “Shri Bansi Lal Butail Gold Medal” annually to the student standing Ist in B.A. III University examination in the college and getting at least 60% marks in aggregate. The creator of the Gold Medal in consultation with the principal of the college shall have the right to withhold the gold medal if the performance of the student standing 1st is not upto the mark as compared to the overall result of the university.
    • Lala Jai Lal Nagpal memorial Silver Medal: Sh. Kishore Nagpal, Assistant Registrar, H.P. University ENA Lodge Dingal freedom fighter memorial silver Medal to the student of B.A. III who secures at least first division student.
    • Baldev Singh Thakur (Founder Principal) K.L.B. Memorial scholarship grants monetary help to two students every year (one student from B.A. & one from B. Com. department). This scholarship bears full fee and dress expenses along with examination fee of H.P.U to two students in every academic session.

    At the time of admission, each student is to submit the following documents along with the admission form.

    1. Attested copies of the Matric certificate.
    2. Attested copies of the Sr. Secondary certificate.
    3. Attested copies of the Aadhar Card
    4. Attested copy of B.A. or B.Com. for M.A./M.Com.
    5. Two copies of the passport size photograph.
    6. One Attested copy of the registration card (if already registered with the H.P.U.)
    7. Migration certificate, in case of students coming from outside the state, in original.
    8. Scheduled Caste/Tribe Certificate (from concerned student).
    9. Ragging is totally banned in the institution and if any one found indulging in ragging, is likely to be punished appropriately. The punishment includes imprisonment, fine, or both, expulsion from the institution, suspension from the institution or classes for a limited period or fine with a public apology. The punishment may also take the shape of:
    10. Withholding Scholarships or other benefits.
    11. Debarring from representation in events.
    12. Withholding of results
    13. Suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess.

    In case the applicant for admission is found to have indulged in ragging in past or if it is noticed later that she has indulged in ragging, admission may be refused or shall be expelled from the educational institution.


    The student will have to submit the undertaking for not indulging in any type of ragging in the college Campus/Class.

    Old Student Association(OSA)

    OSA has been formed in the college to foster fellowship and friendship amongst the old students of this college and to co-operate with the college administration for the betterment of the Institution. Old Students Association (OSA) serves as a link between the past & present so as to give healthy directions to coming students. There is a provision of two types of membership:

    1. Life Membership
    2. Ordinary Membership.


    For better co-ordination & interaction between parents & teachers for improvement of academic standards and infra- structural facilities in the college, Parents Teacher Association (P.T.A) has been constituted in the college. Time to time meetings of P.T.A are arranged and suggestions of the parents for the improvement of educational standards and conduct of the students are incorporated.


    As per directives of the Private education Institutions regulatory commission, the college has constituted a centralized committee to create awareness and prevention of HIV AIDS. Under the guidance of local medical authority, this committee conducts various programmes to meet he purpose. Red Ribbon club has also been constituted in the college since 2005 which organises various awareness programmes through different activities.


    P.I.O Mrs. Champa Saini ( Vice Principal )
    Ph.: 01894-232587
    Appellate Authority Prof. (Dr)R.S. Rana ( Director )
    Ph.: 01894-232587

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