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  • National Technology Day Celebration 2019 Read Full News
  • National Science and Technology Day is celebrated on 11th May 2018 that is sponsored by Haryana State DST. Read Full News

Faculty Development Programme sponsored by NITTTR held from 9 to 13th July 2018.

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Guest Lecture by Group Captain of Air Force

JCDM College of Engineering organized a special lecture on October 31, 2018, to make its students aware of the achievements and career prospects of the Indian Air Force, in which Group Captain of Air Force Station, Sirsa, Mr. Sanjeev Bindra attended as the Chief Speaker. On this occasion, JCD School Management Coordinator, Dr. Akash Chawla and Academic Director Dr. R.R. Malik welcomed the Chief Minister and other guests. Dr. Dinesh Kumar Gupta, Principal of JCD Engineering College, chaired the program.

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Guest lecture on E-Learning by Dr. Manmohan Sharma

A teacher must be the master of his subject and he must possess the qualities of articulation as well, expressed by Dr. Manmohan Sharma, Professor Emeritus, Clark Atlanta University Atlanta in a guest lecture organized in JCDM College of Engineering on the occasion of teacher’s day.

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Extension Lecture at JCDM College of Engineering College, Sirsa is held on December 3, 2018. District Sainik Board’s retired Indian Army Colonel Deep Dagar provided the information to the students and attended the program as the main speaker.

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A unit of Youth Red Cross Society was started in JCDM college of Engineering in the session 2006-07. It was started to educate the youth of our college in all developmental and humanitarian activities so that they can uplift the status of our Society. The youth of the college was fully involved in rehabilitative activities under the banner of Youth Red Cross Society. It held many times the blood donation camp since 2006-07. The unit of YSRC of Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal College of Engineering also organized training of First Aid & Home Nursing for the students of the college time to time. The Unit of YRCS has been at the forefront of several humanitarian activities. The YRCS unit of JCDM COE has also distributed the stationary items for the poor & needy students of Govt Primary schools in HUDA, Sirsa. Two water cooler of much sufficient capacity were also installed in the college campus for the benefit of the students of the college as well as the students of JCD Vidyapeeth.

The Unit YRCS is successfully working in the JCDM COE under the guidance of our worthy Principal Sir, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Gupta and Counselor cum Inchage Er. Raman Kamboj, Asstt. Prof. EEE.

Sports society of JCDM College of Engineering

Sports society of JCDM COE organizes various indoor and outdoor games including Chess, Carom, Arm Wrestling, Sudoku, Cricket, Table Tennis  and Badminton . Under the guidance of Principal Dr. Dinesh Gupta and Sports In charge Er. Tarun Anand has organised three days Sports festival from 18 oct. 2013-20 oct. 2013. The highlights of the events are as follows:

  • In the event of Chess Sunil Kumar (CSE) was the winner and Veerbhan (EEE)  was the runner up.
  • In the event of Carom Amit Ahlawat (ME ) was the winner and Sumit Ahlawat (BSc)  was the runner up.
  • In the event of Sudoku Vinod Gupta (IT) was the winner and Abhimanyu (ECE)  was the runner up.
  • In Badminton Ankit (ME) was the winner and Anshul (ME) was the runner up.
  • In Table Tennis Amit Ahlawat (ME ) was the winner and Tinu Verma (B Com) was runner up.
  • In Arm Wrestling Meharban (ME) was declared first.

Team of  JCD College of Pharmacy was the winner of final match of Cricket defeating the team of JCDM College of Engineering.


Student of B.Tech Civil 1st sem participated in All India Inter University/ North Zone Archery (M&W) tournament

Jitender Kumar, Student of B.Tech Civil 1st sem participated in All India Inter University/ North Zone Archery (M&W) tournament organized at Kalinga Institute of Industrial technology (KIIT), Buubneshwar (Odisha).The event was organized from 26-12-19 to 29-12-19. The student participated under the supervision of Er. Vikram Dhillon (HOD Civil Engg.)


Student of 6th sem has won Best Athlete Award in 16th Annual Athletic Meet 2020

Gurlal Singh ,student of B.Tech. 6ht semester has won best athlete award in 16th Annual Athletic Meet 2020 held in JCDV fromm 6th March to 7th march 2020. he got

1st position in long jump

1st position in triple jump

3rd position in 200 meters race.

NAKSHATRA” the cultural society of JCDM college of Engineering was established in 2006 under the guidance of Mr. Gurpreet Singh. Since 2006, it is entertaining the JCD Vidyapeeth with its adorable events. This society is not only entertaining the youth but also providing a platform to embed the management skills in the students. By learning these skills, the alumni of NAKSHATRA are at respectable positions in various organizations.

Every year the members of NAKSHATRA participate in various functions organized by different colleges and universities on National level and win a huge number of prizes. Along with participation, the members of NAKSHATRA also organize all the cultural events in JCDM College of Engineering like Annual Function, Talent Hunt, Freshers’ party etc.For the proper management of events, NAKSHATRA is having various clubs like Music Club, Dance & Theatre Club, Literary Club, and Fine Arts Club. Every year new students become a part of NAKSHATRA by joining the various clubs according to their interest.  1st year and 2nd year students work as the volunteers, 3rd year students takes the charge of various clubs as Club-in-charge.The core committee of NAKSHATRA consists of the final year students with their four year experience as organizers. With the experience of management the members of NAKSHATRA moves up in the hierarchy of organization. Mr. Gurpreet Singh is working as overall in-charge of NAKSHATRA. Day by day NAKSHATRA is improving and adding new dimensions to its thoughts, and very soon these dimensions will take the NAKSHATRA very high in the sky.

National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji’s Birth Centenary Year 1969, in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. Today, NSS has more than 3.2 million student volunteers on its roll spread over 298 Universities and 42 (+2) Senior Secondary Councils and Directorate of Vocational Education all over the country.

The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are:

  • Understand the community in which they work
  • Understand themselves in relation to their community
  • Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
  • Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  • Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
  • Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
  • Gain skills in mobilising community participation
  • Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
  • Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and   practice national integration and social harmony


The Motto of NSS “Not Me But You”, reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person’s point of view and also show consideration to other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrined in this motto, which underlines on the belief that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.


The symbol for the NSS has been based on the giant Rath Wheel of the world famous Konark Sun Temple (The Black Pagoda) situated in Orissa, India. The wheel portrays the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signifies the movement in life across time and space, the symbol thus stands for continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social change.


The NSS Symbol is embossed on the badge. The eight bars in the wheel represent the 24 hours of a day. The red colour indicates that the volunteer is full of young blood that is lively, active, energetic and full of high spirit. The navy blue colour indicates the cosmos of which the NSS is tiny part, ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind.

Financial Arrangements

The scheme is funded by both Central and State Governments in the ratio of 7:5 to organise Regular Activities (RA) and special Camping Programmes (SCP). An amount of Rs.160/-per volunteer per annum is released towards Regular Activities (RA) and Rs.300/- per volunteer per Special Camping Programme (SCP) which is of 10-days duration to be organised in the adopted villages/communities.

Organization at institutional level

The unit at college/+2 level is the grass-root unit in NSS. The organisation keeps contact with the community, administration, student youth and teaching faculty through this unit only. Therefore, the organisation and management of NSS unit are of vital significance.

Establishment of college NSS unit

NSS unit in college campus starts from session 2008-2009.

  1. NSS Unit

An institution will be allotted NSS units according to the strength of students. The number of units will be allotted by the Programme Coordinator  in consultation with NSS Regional Centre and State Liaison Officer considering the demands of the institution.

  • The strength of a unit will be 100 NSS volunteers normally. The strength of the NSS unit can be extended upto 120 volunteers in exceptional cases where second unit cannot be raised due to constraints. It is always preferable that a separate unit is started instead of enrolling more NSS volunteers.
  1. Enrollment of NSS Volunteers

At college level the NSS volunteers will be enrolled from the first and second year degree-class students. Preference should be given to the students who have worked as NSS volunteers at +2 level also. NCC cadets will not be allowed to join NSS. Similarly NSS volunteers will not participate in NCC or any other youth organisation as long as they are in NSS. Same restriction will apply to the NSS Programme Officers also.

3.Programme Officers

One Programme Officer will be incharge of one unit only. Our college NSS unit incharge Mr. Vinod Garg, assistant prof, Environmental Science.The Programme Officer is expected to motivate student youth to understand the values and philosophy of NSS. The overall functions of Programme Officer is to help the students to plan, implement, and evaluate the activities of NSS under his/her charge and give proper guidance and directions to the student volunteers.

  • To discharge his/her obligations under NSS Programme the Programme Officer plays the role of an organiser, an educator, a coordinator, a supervisor, an administrator, and public relation officer to improve the quality and magnitude of NSS programme in his/her institution.
  • As an Organizer: To interpret the scheme to the students and other members of the college community and create awareness about the scheme;
  • To Motivate, recruit and select student for NSS work;
  • As an Educator
  • To prepare orientation programme for NSS volunteers, explain them about the concept of social service, and teach them methods and skills required for achieving the objectives of the scheme;
  • To promote community education through meetings, talks, news bulletins discussions etc.
  •  As a Supervisor
  • To assist students to learn how to do their jobs. His/her supervisory and consultative skills should enable students to set realistic goals and see problems as challenge and take appropriate steps to solve them.

To assist in evaluation and follow-up work

NSS Volunteer:

  •  He/She   should be a regular student
  •   Culturally Sound
  •  Capable of building team leadership.

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