Societies and Clubs  

A vast number of clubs and societies exists in the college which makes learning an interesting and interactive process. These clubs  and subject-wise societies plan lectures ,movie-shows,outings and excursions besides paper reading contests and seminars to break the monotony of classroom teaching and bring about a refreshing change.It is mandatory for a student to become a member of one of the societies .


Sr. No. Societies Respective Teachers'
1. English Literay Society Mrs.Anita Walia
2. Hindi Sahitya Sabha Dr.Neeru Mehta
3 Punjabi Sahitya Sabha Dr.Kulwant Rana
4. Ramanujana Mathematical Society Mr.Manjeel Kumar
5. Physico -Chemical Society Mr. RK Garg
6. Society for Promotion of Music Dr. Seema Chadha
7 Health Centre Dr.Nisha Attray
8. Canteen Maintenance Mrs. Gurwinder Kaur
9. AIDS Awareness Commitee& NSS and Social Services Mrs.Kamaljit Kaur
10. Red Cross& Blood Donation Society Mrs.Kamaljit Kaur
11. Cultural Affairs Dr.Kulwant Rana
12. IGNOU Study Centre Mr. Sushil Kumar
13. Environment Awareness &Campus Beautification Committee MS.Chander Kanta
14. NCC Mr.Aman Bahri
15. Placement Cell Ms.Chander Kanta
16. Research Association  
17. Rural Development Mr. Amarjit Singh
18. J.C.Bose Society Mr.Rajeev Sharma
19. Alumni Association Mr.Naveen Kumar
20. Student Welfare ,Grievance Redressal &Anti-Ragging Committee Dr.Rajeev Sharma
21. Computer Literacy Committee Mrs.Nidhi Mahajan
22. Parent Teacher Association Ms. Chander Kanta
23. Woman Develpoment Cell &Cell Against Sexual Harrasment Dr.Versha Mohindra
24. Library Advisory& Book Bank Commitee Mrs.Veena Bhardwaj
25. Sports Committee Dr. Rajeev Sharma

Chandigarh Road, Hoshiarpur
Punjab - INDIA
Phone :- 01882-242525, 220858
Email :-davchsp@gmail.com


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Vision

D.A.V. College, Hoshiarpur visualises a society that guarantees peaceful and harmonious environment for the overall development of all strata of society.

Mission

The college strives for a society that provides equal opportunity to all individuals irrespective of their caste, religion or socio-economic status. Read more