Guru Nanak Girls College Ludhiana Quick Updates 2020
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Guru Nanak Girls College, (GNGC), Ludhiana, strives to imbibe, within its students, a sense of academic rigor and ethical involvement. The institution aims to provide its girls with a holistic vision that incorporates the future without disappointing the past to produce confident and visionary students who have the unwavering desire to shape and harness the possibilities of the future. Its vision includes building mutually beneficial links between national and international universities, providing equal opportunities and avenues to all its students and inculcating moral and ethical values.
Facts and Figures of Guru Nanak Girls College, (GNGC), Ludhiana
Patron of the College
S. Gurbir Singh
State Merit, Single Girl Child, Senior Citizenship scheme, Sikh Minority Scholarship Scheme, etc
Sports and Cultural Events
NSS, NCC and Sports competitions and camps
How to reach
Model Town Market, Ludhiana, Near Post Office
Why to Join Guru Nanak Girls College, (GNGC), Ludhiana?
- Extensively Qualified Faculty: 6 faculty members dived into research pursuits, 2 presented their Research Papers in National Seminars, several cleared UGC-NET exam and one member wrote a book on Antifungal Efficacy of Cyano Bacteria under Lambert Publishers, Germany.
- Wide Array of Seminars/Workshops/Co-curricular: NSS organised lecture on Skin Rejuvenation by Dr. Aman Dua, Dermatologist and Hair Transplant Surgeon, Dance Workshop headed by Padma Shree Awardee Dr. Roop Singh, a seminar in collaboration with MSME (Govt. Of India) on “Industrial Motivation Campaign for Self Employment Opportunities” along with a several other extension lectures. Moreover, the newsletter of the College ‘Amazing Grace’ and the magazine ‘Kesar Kiari’ provide a platform for budding writers.
- World Class Infrastructure: 152 classrooms, 50 science labs, 22 Fashion Designing Labs, 9 Computer Labs, WiFi enabled campus, library with 29600 books, a reading hall consisting of 102 magazines and journals and 22 newspapers, GNGC Committee Radio Station, auditorium with seating for 1500 students, botanical garden, Punjab Heritage Museum, etc.
- Extended Education Services to the Community: NSS, NCC, Red Ribbon Club and the Youth Red Cross Society act as socially conscious extension institutions that organise blood donation camps, adult education, tree plantation, etc.