Guru Nanak College for Girls, Muktsar, owes its existence to the chief minister of Punjab, S. Parkash Singh Badal and octogenarian philanthropist, Dr. Kehar Singh. It was established in 1970, to celebrate the 500th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak. The college was built when it was realized that there is an acute need for educating women in the downtrodden region Malwa belt of Punjab. It was institutionalized in Mukstar, since this place is famous for the martyrdom of the lady warrior Mai Bhago and 40 Sikh Warriors under her, who fought against the Mughal vociferously and defeated them. The aim of the college is to provide the students with such education that they reach the highest level of organisations but are deeply rooted in the cultures and traditions. They want a society based on Guru Nanak’s principle of justice, equality and brotherhood The institution stresses upon both academic and co-academic areas and provides all the modern equipments available to the students.
Facts and Figures ofGuru Nanak College for Girls, Muktsar
Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee
Mrs. Navjot Kaur Brar
University Grants Commission (UGC)
Laboratory – total no. of servers & pc’s
Language Lab; Computer Lab and Bio-Tech Lab Available
Hostel – accommodation capacity
Only new block mentioned- 50+12
Senior Secondary Marks Only.
Economic concessions given as per the rules of Government Of India to economically backward SC, STs and OBC students.
Clubs And Associations
NSS, NCC and Student Monitoring Cell
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