Day Care Centre


Central University of Punjab Day Care Centre (CUPB-DCC) for the children of teachers, officers, nonteaching staff, research scholars and regular full-time students of Central University of Punjab is functional since 1st Feb 2013. The main objective of the Day Care Centre is to provide the staff the facility of keeping their children under good care during the working hours inside the university campus. Children are looked after by a child care attendant. The Day Care Centre is equipped with an air conditioned room, a kitchen and all the basic amenities such as refrigerator, microwave oven and water purifier. It has a colourful play area with multi-activity play station, activity toys, books for all age groups, riders, baby cribs/beds, bouncer/rockers and walkers for infants.

Objectives

To help the working parents in pursuing their job and / or academic career, Day Care facilitie is being provided by the University on payment basis for children of Faculty/Staff. It includes male employees/scholars/students also whose wives are working elsewhere.

Nature of Assistance

The Day Care Centre has a child-friendly environment of large colourful displays and activity centres with play materials that a child can take and play on his/her own, besides the guided activity. There is a separate space for activities, rest and meals

Day Care Centre Commitee Members

Dr. A. K. Jain, Professor - Chairman

Dr. Monisha Dhiman, Associate Professor- Member

Dr. Preeti Khetrepal, Assistant Professor-Member
Dr. Nishtha Kousiki, Assistant Professor-Member

Kids Fest organised by Day Care Centre to Celebrate Children:


The Day Care Committee of the University along with other faculty members organised a fun filled “Kids Fest” on July 2, 2015 for the kids of the university employees, staff, and for the students. The event was composed of wide range of entertaining, patriotic and educational activities. The kids of age group between 2-13 years participated in various activities which were prepared by the kids themselves. The event started with Saraswati Vandana and was followed by songs, dance and fancy dress competition. The chief guest Dr. Kumkum Kohli graced the occasion with her presence and appreciated the kids for their efforts. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. R. K. Kohli, assured to continue the fest as an annual event