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All the teachers were well qualified I must say most of them were graduated from this University itself. We had 11 teachers in our department. There was a teacher of mine she used to visit child day care almost daily as she was teaching us children's growth and development it really helped and we did our survey several times on the same. Teachers were very friendly even though we had huge age difference. Most of them were in there late 50s. I can recall that one teacher even after her retirement she gave us classes on her subject as we were expecting new teacher to come but due to some reason she couldn't. Apart from books these values taught by them are now embedded really deep down our heart that we are always gonna miss them.
The teachers are highly qualified and friendly. Many of them have PH.D degree and have experience about 10-15 years of teaching. For each subjects there are at least two teachers. There are also some research scholars who teach sometimes a unit or two. There are no different laboratory teachers but our subjects only help in our practical subjects.
Brilliant, intelligent and help students to recover their all syllabus on time. Some students if have problems they give them extra classes and notes so that they can do well in their exams. Most of our lecturers are PhD holders.
January 14, 2021: Guru Nanak Dev University(GNDU) has decided to conduct semester exams both in the offline and online mode after its decision to conduct offline exams till January 27, 2021, was disputed by the students. GNDU has been conducting offline exams for all its courses since Decem
Guru Nanak Dev University has announced that they will conduct offline examinations from December 14 onwards. The varsity has issued instructions to various concerned departments for the preparation of the exams. GNDU took this decision due to the request put forward by the various teaching
Guru Nanak Dev University will be resuming physical classes very soon according to the notice issued by the Punjab Government. The Punjab Government has issued a notice regarding reopening of educations institutions post covid lockdown. GNDU Vice-Chancellor, Jaspal Singh Sandhu ha
October 29, 2020: Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) has declared exit classes result for final year technical and vocational courses within less than a fortnight’s time. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic this year, as many as 43,000 students appeared in the exit exams of Guru Nanak Dev
According to the latest notice by The National Testing Agency (NTA), the GNDU PG course-wise Merit List 2020 has been issued on the official website (gnduadmissions.org) Students who appeared for the Guru Nanak Dev University PG Entrance exam 2020 for various courses including English,
GNDU will begin the final year exams in online mode from September 22. The practical exams will be held as an online viva-voce or presentation. Read details below. Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) has declared the decision to conduct online examination for final year students from September 22.
Students from different streams at GNDU held protests in support of their request to waive fees following the Covid-19 pandemic. There have been several protests outside the varsity for days in a row, and today a group of students have also launched an online protest to raise the issue. A
Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) is currently in the process of conducting the application process for GNDU GMET 2020. GNDU conducts the GMET for candidates who wish to pursue the MBA programs that the university offers. The candidates have been notified by the university to apply