GN Khalsa College of Arts Science and Commerce, Mumbai falls in the list of the city’s oldest educational institutions and has been serving as a popular centre of learning with verdant ambience and well equipped building. This grant-in-aid college is a minority college but believes in the ideals of unity and humanity. It got UGC’s recognition in 1974 and currently possesses more than 6,000 students and stands tall in an area of more than 27,000 sq. yards. In order to perpetuate and uphold Sikh culture, it conducts Punjabi classes, Akhand Path, Langar and divinity classes. Its motive is to provide quality education by inculcating leadership qualities and work culture and promoting spirit of punctuality, dedication and sincerity.
Facts and figures about GN Khalsa College of Arts Science and Commerce
University of Mumbai
Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee
27,642 sq. yards
How to reach
5.3 kms from Dadar Central Railway, Lakhamsi Nappu Road, Lokmanya Tilak Colony, Dadar, Mumbai
Why choose GN Khalsa College of Arts Science and Commerce?
â—Eminent alumni members: It holds the credit for producing some of the country’s most distinguished personalities and sports persons of all times. While some of them have participated in Olympics, others have been Padmashri and Arjuna awardees. These include Sri Ram Joshi (former VC of Mumbai University), Balbir Singh, Joaquim Carvalho, Marl Patterson, Mary Leela Rao and S.S. Narayan. Even Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar attended this college.
â—Decades of rich history: Established in 1937, the credit for the foundation of Guru Nanak Khalsa College of Arts Science and Commerce goes to Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. It was born with an aim of offering quality higher education and popularizing Sikh culture.
â—Vast well-equipped library: GN Khalsa College of Arts Science and Commerce boasts of one of the best colleges of the city and has a rich collection of more than 70,000 books, journals, periodicals and CDs and DVDs.