GSAKM LOGO Estd.-1978
COURSE - B.A.,B.COM.,B.COM.(Computer Application)D.ED.,B.ED. & M.ED. ("B" GRADE ACCREDITED BY NAAC)
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Sociology Seminar
Role of NGO in Social Development
The term non-governmental organization (NGO) normally refers to organizations that are neither a part of a government nor conventional for-profit businesses. Usually set up by ordinary citizens, NGOs may be funded by governments, foundations or businesses. Some avoid formal funding altogether and are run primarily by volunteers. NGOs are highly diverse group of organizations engaged with a wide range of activities, and take different forms in different parts of the world. Some may have charitable status, while others may be registered for tax exemption based on recognition of social purposes. Others may be fronts for political, religious or other interest groups.

The number of NGOs operating in the United States is estimated at 1.5 million.[1] Russia has 277,000 NGOs.[2] India is estimated to have had around 2 million NGOs in 2009, just over one NGO per 600 Indians, and many times the number of primary schools and primary health centres in India.[3][4]
Education Seminar
The Role of Teachers in Vedic Era and Vedic Code of Ethics
This paper deals about an ideal teacher who supposed to be a friend, philosopher and guide. His intellectual egotism does not lead him to reject or discourage students’ opinions. Rather his loving attitude towards students motivates him to be interactive in the classroom. They stimulate the student’s to think, and thus serve as an effective way of animating their minds. Hence, the ideal teaching- learning process is not a one-way traffic. It is intended for the welfare of both teacher and student. In an educational process, a teacher is supposed to be a father figure, a role model. In the Vedic times, the teacher was usually a guru, who was no ordinary person, but a rishi, a seer. Knowledge flourished in him more through his inner vision than through outer experience, though the latter process was considered in no way inferior to the former
Educational seminar
Delegates of National level participated in this. This event also provided opportunity of exposing the college to the National experts. The students come with the best interactive session with these experts.
Modern Education and Vedas
The Vedas encompass the human life. They do not belong to a particular religion or a country. They are the holy scriptures of Hinduism, but they equally belong to the human race. We are living in modern age, but we feel proud on culture of our ancestors inherited to us. We give more reference to Character, Spiritualism Philosophy, Education of Vedic age are accepted in principle as aims of modern education to build character and make life worth living for our young ones. All round development of students are chief aim of modern education. Same aim is kept in viewing ancient education also and Vedas play a vital role in fulfills it.
This event surely helped students as well as teachers in both ways of improving their skills and taking their career to the next level and also helped to enhance their knowledge about current topics and present condition of our surroundings.

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Ghanshyam Singh Arya Kanya Mahavidyalaya established in the year 1978, has completed 35 years of its existence. The growth of institution has been remarkable.
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