Monday, March 27, 2017


Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar has maintained its glorious traditions of the past by achieving excellent result in the University B.Ed Examination, Sem III Dec-2016. 100% of the students have passed in first division. Nidhi Sehgal, Parmit Kaur, Harleen Kaur, Geetu and Shaifali Nagpal got first positions in the college. Parul Sethi got second position in the college. The student-teachers who achieved third positions are Rachna, Rupinder and Neha Mehta. Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh appreciated that all the student- teachers have performed marvelously well in their “Classroom teaching” assessment. The members of the management, the college principal Dr. Arjinder Singh and staff congratulated the students for their achievement and brilliant result.

Friday, March 10, 2017

SEMESTER-1 result declare

Lovleen Kaur

Archita Saini
Harsimran Kaur

The students of Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar have brought victory home by achieving maximum pass percentage in the University B.Ed. Examination Sem-I – Dec 2016. Nighty percent students have passed in First division. The three toppers of the college are Archita Saini (First) with 74.5% marks, Harsimran Kocchar (Second) with 74.3% marks and Loveleen Kaur (Third) with 73.6% marks. The College Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh attributed this success to the team work of faculty members, students and cooperation extended by the management.

The members of the management, principal and staff members congratulated the students for their achievement and brilliant success.

Holi Celebration

Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar organised an Extension lecture on the “Use of Natural holi colours while celebrating Holi festival”. The main focus of the lecture was the  prevention of air pollution and maximum utilization of renewable substances. Nagesh Bhardwaj, student-teacher of the college explained the difference between organic and inorganic substances and harmful effects of using chemical colours.
Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh said that ‘Safe Holi’ should be played and environmental awareness should be spread. Natural organic holi colours were distributed among the student-teachers. Later the teachers and student-teachers played holi with these colours.