Workshop on Swachhta Action Plan

Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, Department of higher education, Government of India organized an online workshop “Swachhta Action Plan” on August 3, 2021 to promote Swachh, healthy and hygienic environment and greenery in the campus. Ranbir Singh Battan from MGNCRE was the resource person. He stressed on the need for maintaining Swachh campus in higher educational institutions. He presented step by step guide for making campus clean and green. Sh. Gurpreet Singh Khaira, Deputy Commissioner addressed the participant and presented the district Green campus award to the winner institute.

Tree Plantation Drive

A tree plantation drive was organized by the SSSS college of Commerce for Women jointly with Rotary Club Amritsar Centre on August 11, 2021. Around 31 plants saplings were planted at the College Campus under this project. Saplings were also distributed to the students for plantation at their homes.

Rtn. Parveen Mehra, President, Rtn Ravinder Pathania, Secy, Rtn. Rakesh Kapoor, Dist. Secy, P.R., Rtn Rajesh Arora, Zonal chairman and other members of the Rotary club Amritsar Central were welcomed by the college students with floral accords. Distinguished dignitaries presented their views on environment conservation for protection of Mother Nature.

Environmentalist R.D Sharma and Deepak Babbar administered Environment protection oath and encouraged students to ensure proper care of environment and plant saplings. Dr. Navdeep Kaur, Principal highlighted the importance of green initiative for protection of our environment for future generation. S. Jagdish Singh, M. Director, SSSS Institutions, encouraged the students to take initiative for such an endeavor for nature conservation and betterment of society.

Vaccination Drive

A Vaccination camp was organized at the College Campus on August 24, 2021with the help of the Civil Surgeon, Amritsar. The students and their family members and members of the staff were also administered COVID vaccine. In all 200 persons received the dose of vaccine. Dr. Navdeep Kaur, Principal thanked the Civil Surgeon and the team of medical professionals for their co-operation in organizing this Camp. Mrs. Pooja Monga and Mrs. Ravneet Arora were the co-ordinators of the event.

Sanjh 2021
A virtual Alumni Meet ‘Sanjh 2021’ was organized on August 28, 2021 on Google platform. More than 65 alumni graced the occasion along with the present members of the faculty. Mrs. Ravneet introduced everyone to the programme and acknowledged the rich diversity of alumni in terms of the roles they are playing.  Niralam, the theatre group of the College presented the recorded traditional dance ‘Sami’ and Drama ‘Illam, Akhar Te Jaag’ depicting the role of the awared women in the society. Perspectives of alumni were invited regarding the Women Empowerment.  The discussion was about the awareness of each being, irrespective of gender, and auditing of the actions. While addressing the guests, the Principal of the College emphasized enlightenment of the self, the inner beauty of man, for human welfare.  
 
Bhog Sehaj Path Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji: 28th Foundation Day of SSSS College of Commerce for Women
Continuing the legacy of the College, the 28th foundation day was celebrated on September 1, 2021, with great enthusiasm. The Bhog Sehaj Path was performed on this occasion.  Soulful Hymns from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji were sung and Ardas was intoned. S. Jagdish Singh ji, Director, Heads of SSSS institutions, members of the faculty, and students of the first year of graduation of all the courses were present on this occasion. Director Sir acquainted the audience with the relevance of Gurmat Seva, disciplined life, the historical aspect of the establishment of the SSSS Group of Schools and Colleges, and its progress over the last 128 years. Dr. Navdeep Kaur, Principal congratulated the staff and the students for maintaining the Gurmat Traditions of the College. She highlighted the attainments of the College over the 28 years of its establishment. She encouraged students to actively participate in the academic and other co-curricular activities of the College. Students who were actively involved in the GurmatSeva, Shabad recitation and Ardas were honoured. In the end, light refreshment was served to all present during the occasion.  S. Tejpal Singh, Pr. Gurpreet Singh, Mrs. Savita Khanna, Mrs. Arvinder Kaur, Mrs. Varinder Kaur, Mrs. Jaswinder Kaur, S. Satpal Singh and Dr. Gur Rattan Singh were also present on this occasion.