Akal College of Arts & Social Sciences

The Akal College of Arts and Social Sciences was established to promote ideals as enunciated by our founder Saint, Sant Attar Singh Ji. He said, “Students must engage themselves in right earnest to the task of getting the required knowledge, both spiritual and worldly so as to become the messengers of peace and spiritual brother-hood; imbued with love and compassion they should serve the downtrodden and the neediest of the needy and thereby help in establishing permanent peace in the world”.

All the four departments under ACA&SS have well-defined and articulated learning objectives which are important because they provide students with a clear purpose to focus their learning efforts and to direct their choice of instructional activities. The departments offer a dynamic, interactive education environment that engages students in the learning process; provide constructive feedback to promote student self- assessment and motivation through student-mentor system; provide clear learning outcomes, detailed instruction, and assessment for all courses to ensure course mastery and student success and through language lab. The College uses technology to create effective modes and means of instructions that expand access to learning.



PROGRAMMES OFFERED

Course & Eligibility
COURSE NAME SEATS ELIGIBILITY
B.A. (Hons.) Music 40 10+2 with minimum of 50% marks (any stream).
B.A. Humanities 80 10+2 with minimum of 50% marks (any stream).
B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology 30 10+2 with minimum of 50% marks (any stream).
B. Lib 10 Bachelor degree with minimum of 50% marks (any stream)
M.A. Music 15 B.A. Music with 50% marks.
M.A. (Hons.) Punjabi 10 B.A./B.Sc. with Punjabi as one of the compulsory subject in all the three years with 50% marks.
M.Sc. Psychology 10 B.A./B.Sc. with Psychology as one of the compulsory subject in all the three years with 50% marks.
M.A. English 10 B.A. /B.Sc. with English as one of the compulsory subject in all the three years with 50% marks.
M.A. Education 5 Graduation in any stream with 50% marks
Ph.D. English 2 M.A. English with 55% Marks and 50% marks in Eternal University Entrance Test.
Ph.D. Music 2 M.A. Music with 55% Marks.
Ph.D. Punjabi 2 M.A. Punjabi with 55% Marks and 50% marks in EU Entrance test
Postgraduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology (PGDRP) 30 B.A. / B.Sc. in Psychology (Regular Mode)
Ph.D. Psychology 3 Master degree in psychology with minimum 55% mark from a recognized university and 50% marks in EU entrance test
Ph.D. Education 2 Master degree in education with Minimum 55% mark from a recognized university and 50% marks in EU Entrance test

Fee

Fee Structure
S.No. Name of Programme Fee Structure for First Semester (Rs) Fee Structure for Second Semester and onwards (Rs)
1 B.A. (Hons.) Music 20750 15750
2 B.A. Humanities 20750 15750
3 B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology 31250 26250
4 B. Lib 20750 15750
5 M.A. Music 28625 23625
6 M.A. (Hons.) Punjabi 18125 13125
7 M.Sc. Psychology 26000 21000
8 M.A. English 23375 18375
9 M.A. Education 23375 18375
10 Ph.D. English 38075 33075
11 Ph.D. Music 38075 33075
12 Ph.D. Punjabi 38075 33075
13 Postgraduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology (PGDRP) 20750 15750
14 Ph.D. Psychology 71150 66150
15 Ph.D. Education 65000 60000

Faculty

Music

Dr. Purvi Luniyal

Professor & Dean

Ph.D (Music)

Dr. Simarpreet Kaur

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.

Dr. Rekha Sethi

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.(Music Instrument Tabla)

English

Dr. Kulbhushan Kumar

Associate Professor

Ph.D., PGDBA,FMSP

Ms. Geeta Kumari

Assistant Professor

Pursuing Ph.D.

Ms. Kanchan Sharma

Teacher Associate

Pursuing Ph.D.

Punjabi

Dr. Simranjeet Singh

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Phil, UGCJRF

Dr. Rajwinder Kaur

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Phil, UGC, JRF

Mr. Gurtej Singh

Assistant Professor

M.Phil. , NET

Psychology

Dr. Neelam kumari

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Psychology

Dr. Yashpal Azad

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Psychology

TV Shows & Live Telecast

Dhur ki Bani
Shown by ETC Punjabi Channel From 14 Feb. 2012 to 31 Dec. 2013. The Program telecasted live Kirtan of Asa di Vaar along with Morning Nitnem and ‘Aarti’ along with Rehraas. The program brought high popularity as The Kirtan was accompanied with string Instruments.
Live Kirtan
Telecast of ‘Asa di Vaar’ with string Instruments by MH1 Channel from Oct. 2010 to Feb. 2011 was an appreciable effort of our students.
Anahad Bani Programme
It included “Recitation and singing of Gurbani in 31 Ragas as it is mentioned in Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji along with ‘String Instruments’. This is an exclusive masterpiece of the department as it has not been attempted or performed by anyone else and it got appreciation not only in India but all over the world. The Programme was telecasted on PTC news channel from 14th April 2010 to 11th August 2013.
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