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Popularization of Remote Sensing and Geographical information system
Deptt. of Geography has participated in  a national workshop on “popularization of Remote Sensing and  Geographical information system” organized and broadcasted by ISRS and  ISRO on National level on 11/08/2017. Deptt. of Geography has arranged and participated in this national workshop via video conferencing at 2:00 p.m to 5:30 p.m  in BFC. The workshop was organized and broadcasted at national level to celebrate National Remote Sensing day .Students of M.Sc geography 1st and 2nd and teachers from various departments of BFGI has participated in the workshop.

The Workshop was initiated with welcome address by Dr.A. Senthil Kumar, Director, IIRS. Scientists from different reputed institute like ISRS, ISRO, SAC, NRSC, IIRS, RRSC/NRSC, NESAC has shared their valuable thoughts on remote sensing, GIS and related concepts. The Issues of ISRO’s Sensors for Earth Observation was discussed by Dr. Tapan Misra, Director, SAC. Dr. Y.V.N Krishna Murthy, director, NRSC talked on Space technology for societal applications and encouraged students to learn about GIS techniques. Indian Bhuvan Portal was elaborated and demonstrated by Dr. P.G. Diwakar, scientific secretary, ISRO. He urged participants to use bhuvan portal for map making, collection of various type of data. Capacity building and outreach programme was explained by Dr. S. K. Srivastava, Group Director, IIRS. He also encouraged students to participate in outreach programmes and take benefits of it. Space inputs for decentralized planning: SIS-DP initiatives, use of geo spatial technology in north eastern region, were elaborated by Dr. Udai Raj, Chief General Manager, RRSC/NRSC and Sh.P.L.N. Raju, Director, NESAC respectively. Demonstration on bhuvan and bhuvan panchayat geoportal was widely covered and demonstrated by Sh. Atul raj, Manager, Bhuvan cell, NRSC .A detailed explanation was given on Demonstration on Vedas portal by Sh. Shashi Kant Sharma, Group head, SAC. Demonstration on Indian Bio resource Information Network Portal was provided by Dr. Sameer Saran, Head geo informatics dept., IIRS & Secretary, ISRS.

Dr. Sameer Saran has extended vote of thanks to all scientists for providing their valuable time and thoughts on the topic. He extended his thanks to all the students for participating in the workshop made a conclusionary lecture .The workshop was very informative and useful for the students.

Advanced Course on “GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR URBAN PLANNING”
This is for your kind information that Department of Geography has organized a month long outreach programme in collaboration with IIRS, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing Dehradun, sponsored by the ISRO India Space Research Organization on the topic “Geo spatial Technologies for Urban Planning” from 11 Feb to 16th March 2016. This is certified course which focuses on the theme of SKILL DEVELOPMENT & DIGITAL INDIA in which a total of 30 students enrolled in the programme of M.Sc. Geography, B.AIII year & Civil Engineering. This programme will provide them an extra edge in respect of higher studies and job perspective. Programme included lectures from the renowned scientists from IIRS. Lectures were given on various techniques of Remote Sensing, GPS& GIS. They also gave information on Bhuvan, a national online portal where anyone can make a map, add any location or any attribute on the map. Students were given information regarding the mobile mapping, 3D modeling for urban planning, Close Range Photogrammetry for Urban Heritage Studies, Smart City and AMRUT. This training programme gave students an opportunity to have an insight into latest technologies that are used for Geospatial data, map making, crowd sourcing and Mobile apps for citizen- centric services, Land use cover and land use planning. It also includes a practical session on overview of open sources and various free android based applications that are used for urban planning.

Workshop on Social Sciences
Department of Humanities, Baba Farid College, Bathinda organized a two day workshop on social sciences. Teachers and more than 200 students from various colleges , SBS College Kotakpura, Government Barjindra College, Faridkot, Guru Nanak College, Talwandi, Government College, Dabwali, Government RAjindar College, Bathinda, Baba Sri Chand college, Sardargarh, DAV College, Bathinda, SSD Girls College, Bathinda, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar College, Dabwali  participated in this workshop. Deputy Director Academics, Dr. Pardeep Kaura welcome all the guests and keyspeakers.
 In the first session of the workshop, Dr.. H.S. Mangat, Retd. Prof., Deptt. Of Geography, Punjabi University Patiala discussed the scope and importance of Geography. He emphasized on the factors that should be considered while selecting the subject for post-graduation.

The second session of the workshop was taken up by Dr. Iqbal Singh, Retd. Prof., University of Delhi. He discussed the trends, importance and scope of Economics. Various concepts of Economics were also discussed.

On the next day of the workshop, Dr. Manju Malhotra, Prof., Deptt. Of History, Panjab University, Chandigarh, discussed the importance and scope of History. She discussed various career options for the post-graduate students of History.

In the last session, Mr. Kulbir Singh, Assistant Prof., University College, Rampura Phul, discussed the importance of subject of Political Science in our daily life. He guided the students about various strategies that can be adopted for qualifying various competitive exams.

Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal, Chairman, BFGI appreciated the Department of Humanities for organizing such a knowledgeable workshop for the students.

Workshop on “Recent Trends and Developments in Economics”
The department of Economics organized a three day workshop on “Recent Trends and Developments in Economics”. The resource person was Dr. Iqbal Singh (Retd Professor , University of Delhi and visiting fellow Oxford University). The topic of discussion for 7th October, 2015 was “Economic Growth in Historical Perspective”. Head, Department of Economics, Mr Dilshad Ali, Ms. Parveen Rani (Assistant Professor, Economics), Dr. Harvinder Kaur (Assistant  Professor, Economics) were present there. Almost 55 students from M.A. I, M.A. II and B.A. III (Economics) were present in the workshop. Mr. Lakhvir Singh, Assistant Professor, department of Economics gave a welcome speech. After the welcome speech Dr. Iqbal Singh started his lecture with introduction to growth and development. Later on various concepts related to growth and data related to income levels of different countries was were shown via powerpoint presentation. Dr. Iqbal threw light on the concept of global inequality and particularly the income inequality in Europe and U.S. He also discussed the extent of inequalities of income in different countries of the world. The concept of wealth inequalities and tax revenues were also discussed by him.

On the second day of workshop, Dr. Iqbal Singh discuss in detail “Education, Health and social well being.”  He has discussed the detail the relation between different indicators of growth. While emphasizing the importance of education, he discussed the changing importance of capital assets and also stressed on the importance of human capital and the spread of education for reducing inequalities. He also discussed the importance of health and the relation between per capita income and life expectancy. Data related to life expectancy and per capita income of different countries was also shown via different tables and graphs. Other indicators of health like infant mortality, maternal mortality, total fertility rate, access to improved sanitation were also discussed during  the lecture. Dr. Iqbal Singh also compared India and Bangladesh on the basis of different indicators of health.

On the third day of workshop, Dr. Iqbal Singh discussed Development Experience of India and China since 1950s. He discussed achievements of India and China before 1980. In this he stressed upon institutional changes, economic reforms and outcomes of various economic reforms. He also differentiated between authoritarianism and democratic governments and also discussed the problems of governance in both the systems. Data related to share of China and India in world GDP, value added in China as compared to other East Asian Countries, difference in Chinese reforms as compared to India and other Asian countries has also been discussed. He also discussed the impact of China’s slowdown on other countries. After this interactive lecture, he sorted out the queries of the students. In the end, Mr. Dilshad Ali thanked Dr. Iqbal Singh for sharing his precious views with the students and Dr. H.L. Jasuja (Dean, Sciences) honoured Dr. Iqbal Singh with momentum as a token of remembrance.

Recent Trends and Developments in Economics
The department of Economics organized a three day workshop on Recent Trends and Developments in Economics. The resource person was Dr. Iqbal Singh (Retd Professor , University of Delhi and visiting fellow Oxford University). The topic of discussion for 7th October, 2015 was Economic Growth in Historical Perspective. Head, Department of Economics, Mr Dilshad Ali, Ms. Parveen Rani (Assistant Professor, Economics), Dr. Harvinder Kaur (Assistant Professor, Economics) were present there. Almost 55 students from M.A. I, M.A. II and B.A. III (Economics) were present in the workshop. Mr. Lakhvir Singh, Assistant Professor, department of Economics gave a welcome speech. After the welcome speech Dr. Iqbal Singh started his lecture with introduction to growth and development. Later on various concepts related to growth and data related to income levels of different countries was were shown via powerpoint presentation. Dr. Iqbal threw light on the concept of global inequality and particularly the income inequality in Europe and U.S. He also discussed the extent of inequalities of income in different countries of the world. The concept of wealth inequalities and tax revenues were also discussed by him.

On the second day of workshop, Dr. Iqbal Singh discuss in detail Education, Health and social well being. He has discussed the detail the relation between different indicators of growth. While emphasizing the importance of education, he discussed the changing importance of capital assets and also stressed on the importance of human capital and the spread of education for reducing inequalities. He also discussed the importance of health and the relation between per capita income and life expectancy. Data related to life expectancy and per capita income of different countries was also shown via different tables and graphs. Other indicators of health like infant mortality, maternal mortality, total fertility rate, access to improved sanitation were also discussed during the lecture. Dr. Iqbal Singh also compared India and Bangladesh on the basis of different indicators of health.
On the third day of workshop, Dr. Iqbal Singh discussed Development Experience of India and China since 1950s. He discussed achievements of India and China before 1980. In this he stressed upon institutional changes, economic reforms and outcomes of various economic reforms. He also differentiated between authoritarianism and democratic governments and also discussed the problems of governance in both the systems. Data related to share of China and India in world GDP, value added in China as compared to other East Asian Countries, difference in Chinese reforms as compared to India and other Asian countries has also been discussed. He also discussed the impact of China’s slowdown on other countries. After this interactive lecture, he sorted out the queries of the students. In the end, Mr. Dilshad Ali thanked Dr. Iqbal Singh for sharing his precious views with the students and Dr. H.L. Jasuja (Dean, Sciences) honoured Dr. Iqbal Singh with momentum as a token of remembrance.

One day Seminar on Study of Geography: Scope and Problems
Being a pioneer institution of the Malwa belt, Baba Farid Group of Institutions has always aimed at providing advanced and quality education to its students. Keeping this goal in mind, the institute is all see to start new courses like M.Sc. Geography, M.A. History, M.A. Political Science, B.Lib and B.Sc (C.S.M) from this session onwards. In view of this, issues related to the scope and effective teaching of the above mentioned courses were disowned in a one day seminar organized by Baba Farid College. In this seminar, experts from varied universities of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh participated and talked in detail about many aspects related particularly to the teaching of Geography subject: Speaking at the very onset of the discussions the associate director of Baba Farid College, Dr. Pardeep Kaura welcomed all the guests and gave a brief introduction about the history of the institute. He also mentioned about the social, academic and intellectual happenings in the institute. Presiding over the first session of the seminar, professor .S. Mangat, former Head, Department of Geography, Punjabi University Patiala said that it is an honour that Baba Farid has endeavored to start post graduation of the subject Geography which is widely neglected. Congratulating the Managing Director, Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal, he wished that the post graduate Department of Geography would provide its students latest technical aids to the students to touch horizons of success. He added that as the things around us are changing, therefore it is a dire necessity to change the syllabi according Prof. Mangat said would certainly be possible when Baba Farid Group changes into a university. Prof. Shubh Prem Brar, Rajindra College Bathinda said that initially running the course of M.Sc. Geography would not be economically fruitful but any it would really encourage and provide a golden opportunity for the students who wish to carry out their higher research in Geography. He added that the assistance of the advanced agricultural and engineering labs of the institute would practically help the students.

He also added that in the current times, Geogrphy is really a happening discipline and its study is really a must for the students. Prof. Jaspal Singh, Govt. College, Ropar suggested that along with practical education, students should directly be linseed to field survey so that they understand minute details associated with the subject Prof. Kulwant Singh, Principal Govt. College Fazilka should also bring in courses like remote sensing, G.I.S.S., Town planning and advanced agricultural courses. Dr. Pawan Garg, Principal, Govt. College, Dabwali, appreciated the skill oriented teaching imported to the students of BFGI and said that students perusing M.Sc. Geography would certainly find avenges of employment soon after they finish their course. Dr. Asha Garg, Principal Maharana Pratap College, Dabwali said that the facilities of Wi-Fi and ERP would enable the students to grow and find better options of employment in places outside Punjab as well. Dr. Shivjeet Kaur, Guru Kashi College, Talwandi Sabo & Prof. Harbans Singh Padam , S.B.S. Govt. College ,Kotkapura stresses on the better availability of equipments such as library books, journals, e-journals and laboratories to the students of BFGI. Dr. Jaspal Singh wariach, Head Department of Geography, S.B.S. Govt. College Kotkapura said that, to make the tracing sites of Geography we should use technological equipments like computer etc so that the data can be stored for a longer period of tie safely. Prof Parminder Singh, Govt. Barjindra College, Faridkot and Prof. Raj Kumar, Govt. College Muktsar suggested that deserving and meritorious students should be given special scholarships for seeking admission in M.Sc. Geography so that our talent remains intact. Prof. Jagdish Kaur and Prof. Des Raj of Govt. College Bathinda and Fazilka respectively felt ensured that the projectors installed in every classroom facilitate computer equipped PPT teaching methodology. Prof. R.C. Shrivastva, Govt. College, Ganganagar said that for students conferences and guest lecturers hold a very important place and so the department of geography should ensure such activities at regular intervals.

Delivering the vote of thanks Prof. Jaspal Singh paid gratitude to all the experts for effectively utilizing the platform provided by Baba Farid Group of Institutions. Speaking on the occasion, he said that the Managing Director of the institution, Dr. Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal has designed the campus in such a format that every facility for the students is available here He also said for M.Sc. Geography labs of International standards would be constructed. He congratulated Prof. Dilshad Ali, Department of Geography of Baba Farid College, Principal of Baba Farid College, Vice-Principal and Heads of different departments were also present in the seminar.
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