2019-2020 Activities

Report on National Voters Day Awareness 2019

Report on National Voters Day Awareness

National Voters Day was celebrated with pomp on January 25, 2019 at the local Pradeep Memorial Comprehensive College of Education. About 130 students were present on the occasion. Addressing the students, Principal Prof.(Dr.) Bharti Dimri explained the importance of voting on how they can use their vote properly to contribute to nation building.

She called upon the youth to join politics and contribute to the creation of a strong India. Assistant Proffessor Mr.Sunil Kumar Pandey informed the students about voter rights. He said that the younger generation can use their vote properly to bring change in the country and can play a strong role in nation building. All the students took an oath to exercise their right to vote. The students will be aware of the constitution and the political system of our country. They will get to know the importance of free and fair elections in our democratic setup, so that they can exercise their voting rights in a free and fair manner. On this occasion students make a wall of democracy on which each students sign.
All the teaching and non-teaching staff was present on the occasion.


Report of Swachhta Pakhwada, 2019

Report of Swachhta Pakhwada, 2019

PMC College of Education observed Swachhta Pakhwada, 2019 during 1st September to 15th September 2019. It had two important themes ‘Jal Sakti Abhiyan’ and ‘Single Use Plastic’ as directed by MHRD. Under the guidance of the Principal Dr. Bharti Dimri, two teams were constituted which consisted of 40-45 students and 4 teachers. Team A was named ‘Team Jal’ and team B was named ‘Team No Plastic’. Dr. Akhilesh Mishra and Ms. Rita Chaudhary were the teacher incharge of team Jal and team no plastic respectively.
The two teams initiated their work by identifying and analysing the causes of the problem. For which the students of the team Jal talked to the local area people to know about their ways of utilising daily supply water and rain water. Likewise Team ‘No plastic’ also studied the usage of single use plastic in daily life of the local people. Based upon their findings each teams prepared one Nukkad Natak addressing the problem and suggesting the ways to solve it.
First Nukkad natak of 10 minutes based on Jal Sakti Abhiyan was performed by Aashi, Rohit, Neha, Manisha, Manish, Jitender, Mahima, Jiya, Shivani and Yogita of team Jal on 5th September on the occasion of teacher’s day in the college campus to make all the students, teachers and non teaching staff aware about the problem

of water management and various ways of rain water harvesting. Another Nukkad natak was performed by team ‘No Plastic’ in which Ankita, Neha, Pallavi, Anuradha, Kajal, Ankit, Nikhil and Himanshi participated. They pointed out the harmful effects of single use plastic on the environment. They also suggested some environment friendly materials as the alternatives of single use plastic.
On 13th September 2019 the college organised a rally led by the two teams. All the faculty members and students of B. Ed course marched through the streets of the local area around the college with the placards in their hands reciting slogans like “JAL HI HAI SONA, ISE NAHI HAI KHONA”, “JAL HI JEEVAN HAI”, “DO SOMETHING DRASTIC, SAY NO TO PLASTIC”, PLASTIC HAI ZAHAR, MANAV JEEVAN KE LIYE KAHAR”.
During this rally students also performed the prepared two nukkad nataks at the four suitable places. At the end of the nataks they interacted with the gathered local residents and made them aware about the serious consequences of using single use plastic on the environment. They also talked about the problem of water scarcity in the many parts of the country and how can we solve it by rain water harvesting.
The rally continued for 2.30 hrs from 11.00 A.M to 1.30 P.M. All faculty members and students were given refreshments in the college. The participants of the nukkad nataks were given the certificates of participation by the Principal Dr. Bharti Dimri. It was a joyful and fruitful day.

Policy on the Clean and Green Campus

A Green Campus is a place where environmental friendly practices and education combine to promote sustainable and eco-friendly practices in the campus. The green campus concept offers an institution the opportunity to take the lead in redefining its environmental culture and developing new paradigms by creating sustainable solutions to environmental, social and economic needs of the mankind.

College environmental aims and objectives
  • The college is striving to develop its institution on a self – sustainable basis in the areas of Power, water and cleanliness.
  • The faculty, staff and students have to contribute collectively to develop an eco – friendly Sustainable campus and disseminate the concept of eco – friendly culture to the nearby community and wherever possible.
  • Awareness creations about environmental issues among students and employees including Climate change


Waste Management
  • To increase the green cover in and around the campus
  • To adopt methods for waste segregation
  • To reduce hazardous waste and its management
  • To encourage paperless work culture and recycling/ reuse of paper
  • Display waste management instructions/alerts at prominent/relevant locations in the campus


Water Management

Adopting following measures in campus to reduce water consumption

  • Rain water harvesting
  • Change of taps which are either more water efficient or sensor based taps
  • Display water management instructions/alerts at prominent/relevant locations in the campus


Major Green Campus Initiatives:
  • Tree Plantation Drive
  • Cleanliness Drive
  • Plastic free Campus
  • Displayed poster on E-waste Management
  • Use of LEDs only

We intend to pursue a programme of continuous improvement in our procedures, practices and review the policy on a regular basis to evaluate continued relevance and to monitor compliance.


Right to Education  on 1st November 2019

Right to Education on 1st November 2019

On 1 November 2019, the Pradeep Memorial Comprehensive College of Education organized a workshop on the Right to Education. The day began with Lighting of the lamp by the Principal Dr .Bharti Dimri. She explained the importance of elementary education and the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, of 2009 to the students. Under this Act, children between 6 to 14 years of age can get free and compulsory education. The event was helpful as it helped students to understand the value of education in one’s life and the right to get free elementary education.

The post tea session was taken up by Prof. D.D Aggarwal, Guest Lecturer. His topic “ Child Rights Act 2005” and its follow-up was a highly interactive and effective session. He explained at length the additional rights enjoyed by children over adults. These children are allowed to enjoy Human Rights along with Child Rights.
The event was concluded with the feedback form from the participants which covered the basic questions about the workshop.




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TThe college selected 150 students from B.Ed Programme 1st year and 2nd year and got them trained to know all about cashless transaction using various gadgets like Mobile phone, Internet, Swap Machine, etc. The resource person was Mr. Gaurav Sindhwani, the branch manager of IDBI Bank, Nithari who demonstrated some of the gadgets to make students volunteers know about means of cashless transactions, there were several queries from the students which was answered properly by the resource person.

On the other hand the chairman of the college Dr.Dhanraj Singh motivated the students to come forward for the service to the nation. Dr. Bharti Dimri, The Principal of the College also addressed the students and convinced the students to go to the households to make several citizens capable of cashless transactions. Furthermore she said that institutions like PMCCE with its management, staff Members, and students are agents through which government can succeed in implementing various policies successfully.
Once the volunteers got trained and motivated, they went to the households where they interacted with the people meanwhile they demonstrated various things using their own mobile unique ID, ATM Cards, etc. People took great interest specially in knowing how one can have cashless transaction with the help of unique ID (Aadhar Card). Thus, VITTIYA SAKHARATA ABHIYAN was successful where students got trained and various households got awarded about cashless transaction, a step to better India.




(16ND DEC, 2019 to 21TH DEC, 2019)

P.M.C.C.E. inaugurated Road Safety Week as a part of Social Responsibility to promote road safety awareness amongst the youth. The inaugural ceremony held at P.M.C.C.E. on 16 Dec, 2019 between 10.30am to 12.30pm.The program was splendidly anchored and introduced by Mr.Sunil Kumar Pandey(Asstt Prof.,P.M.C.C.E.)After that a warm welcome given to the chief guest Mr. Surender Kumar (ASI), Traffic police, Mangol puri (Delhi) , Dr. Dhanraj singh ( Chairman). Then Principal Dr. Bharti Dimri addressed students of B.Ed. College, P.S.M. Sr. Sec. School and few members of RWA’s. She also shared her experiences, and said that the purpose of road safety week celebration is to promote road safety measures. The aim of the campaign is to sensitize people about the outcome of drunken driving, high speed driving, importance of wearing helmet for bike, seat belts for four wheeler drivers and made the students aware about the need of road safety by implementing various programs.

Then the chief guest was called upon to give the valuable information about the road safety rules and precautionary measures to be adopted by the students. ASI Surender Kumar of traffic Police then further explained the causes of accidents occurred due to negligence. He said that every day many people are involved in road accidents, Some are killed & many more are injured. Vehicles accidents are a big cause of death in our society. About 60% of deaths in Delhi are from road accidents. The main cause of death among children (5-14 years old) is fatal injuries of which 60% of are traffic related.
ASI Surender Kumar of traffic police continued the last day session. He said that pedestrians must be aware of these potentials for danger whenever they take to the roads, and must do their part to follow safety laws. A Pedestrian can be responsible for their injuries when they ignore the “walk” signal at an intersection or choose to not use the designated cross walk areas to cross the road or intersection. A pedestrian is also likely to be involved in accidents when he or she darts in front of a vehicle, does not wear the reflective gear at night. Also you should always use zebra crossing, Stay on the pavements and never stand too close to the kerb. You should use your eyes and ears to look out and listen out for any vehicle around you. You should not cross the road at bends and because your visual field is limited. Always wait for the bus to stop completely, be alert of oncoming traffic when you step out of a vehicle.
Now a days as the roads are very busy, we should be very careful while crossing. It is safer to use a pedestrians crossing or an overhead bridge whenever one is available. While using a bicycle, we must pay attention to the road and never cycle too far out to the middle of the road. We must obey all traffic rules. Also we must make sure our bicycle are in good condition with working brakes, lights etc. These are something we can do to avoid accidents. The important thing is to stay alert at all time while using the road. We must know what is happening around us. In this way we can take necessary action to avoid danger. Road safety is very must upon how we use the road. We should use them carefully and we must be able to use them for a long time, then we can stop accidents.
ASI Naresh Kumar of traffic police, Mangol puri, Delhi, addressed the students about various traffic symbols. He explained the different road safety signs. He explained the three main type of road safety signs namely, mandatory signs, cautionary signs and informatory sign. He said that Mandatory Signs are used to ensure free movement of traffic and make the road users cognizant of certain laws and regulations. Violation if these signs are an offence, as per law. Second sign, the Cautionary Sign that make the road user Conscious of hazardous conditions on the road before hand. The third type is informatory one which guide the users about destination, distance, alternative routes and prominent locations like public toilets, food joints etc.


Report of Faculty Development Program On “Qualitative Research in Education”

Report of Faculty Development Program On “Qualitative Research in Education”

(From 8th April to 12th April, 2019)

The Faculty Development Programon “Qualitative Research in Education” was carried out with an objective of developing right approach towards research design and methods, to achieve the proficiency to analyzing quantitative and qualitative data.
The first day of the FDP started with lamp lightening by the resource persons. A formal welcome was done by Mr. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Assistant Professor. Then Principal Dr. Bharti Dimri welcomed the resource person and addressed the faculty members. The session was taken by Dr. Sandeep Kumar, Assistant Professor, Delhi University on “Qualitative Research-Perspectives and Challenges”. Good ideas were shared by the speaker of the day.
Second day began with lamp lightening and resource person Dr. Dhananjay Joshi from Guru Govind Singh Indraprashtha University shared his vision on “Orientation about traditions of inquiry namely Biography, Phenomenology and Grounded Theory”. The session was worthy to listen and added novelty of thoughts of research.
Third day the theme was “Ethnography-Proposal writing, Data Collection and Analysis”. It was taken by Dr. Naresh, assistant Professor from National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration. Sir shared the experiences and challenges of ethnographical research and described in depth about the phenomenon. Session was interactive and very useful.
Fourth day session was on “Case study- Proposal writing, Data Collection and Analysis”. It was taken by Dr. Niradhar Dey, Assistant Professor from IGNOU. Session was full of knowledge saga and creative ideas.

On the fifth and last day of the FDP session was again taken by Dr. Niradhar Dey, Assistant Professor from IGNOU. The theme was “Criteria of evaluating a Qualitative research”. It was an interactive session and queries were handled effectively.
The five day FDP Program was worthwhile to attend and benefitted the faculty members from various colleges.

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