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463 girl students of government college were decorated with graduation degree.
The 27th convocation and prize distribution ceremony was organized in Government Women’s College Sector 16A on Thursday. In which Krishna Sheoran, principal of Sushma Swaraj Government Girls College, Ballabgarh was the chief guest. 210 girl students of all subjects of session 2017-20 and 253 girl students of session 2018-21 were awarded graduation degree in the function.
Chief guest Krishna Sheoran said that the convocation does not mean the end of education. This is the first step in education. That is why the period of education continues in human life all the time. We should be ready to acquire new things and knowledge all the time. He said that getting more or less marks in any examination is not a measure of success. Keep trying until you achieve your set goals. On this occasion, Acting Principal Ritika Gupta, Professor Archana Verma, Professor of Geography Department Dr. Parul Rana, Senior Professor Satwinder Kaur, Balveer Dahiya congratulated the students.
of all departments 463 girl students got bachelor’s degree
In the session 2017-20, 70 girl students of BA, 63 of B.Com, 40 of BBA, 16 of B.Sc, 13 of BAJMC and 8 of BTTM had passed graduation without fail in any subject. He was awarded a Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject. At the same time, in the session 2018-21, 24 of BA, 98 of B.Com, 47 of BBA, 31 of B.Sc, 26 of BAJMC and 27 of BTTM passed out, who were awarded graduation degrees in the ceremony.
Girls celebrating after getting degree
Three girl students were awarded the Roll of Honor in two years. In which BJMC student Sonia was awarded the Roll of Honor for securing the second position in the university merit list for the session 2019-20 and Himani Kapoor, the BJMC student for the session 2020-21, for securing the third position at the university level. has gone. Urvashi Bhardwaj was awarded the Roll of Honor for winning Gold Medal in University Boxing Championship and Bronze Medal at Inter University level. For the session 2019-20, 6 girl students of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication were selected as College Color for securing 4th to 15th position in the merit list of the university. In the session 2020-21, five girls who performed better in college, inter-college, university and state level sports competitions and 6 girls from the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication were awarded College Color for securing a place in the merit list of the university.