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|1||With a late fee of Rs 50 With a late fee of Rs 100||As per GNDU Admission|
|1||Issuing Roll Nos||At the time of Admission|
|2||Display of Time Table||July 12, 2017|
|3||Regular Classes will begin from||July 12, 2017|
|1||Mid odd Semester Exams||October, 2017|
|2||University Exams||November-December 2017|
|3||Mid even Semester Exams||March 2018|
|4||University Exams||May- June 2018|
|1||Sukhmani Sahib Path||On Inauguration of New Session in July 2017|
|2||Teaching Learning Schedule||On beginning of each Semester|
|3||Smart Class Training Programme||2nd week of July, 2017|
|4||Sports Trial and Talent Hunt Competition||2nd week of August, 2017|
|5||Enrollment for NCC/NSS/GGSSC||1st week of August, 2017|
|6||Library Orientation Week||1st week of August, 2017|
|7||Formation of Students Council||2nd week of August, 2017|
|8||Formation of Punjabi Sahit Sabha/Business Club IT Club/Subject Societies||2nd week of August, 2017|
|9||Independence Day Celebration||August 14, 2017|
|10||Group Discussion Competition||1st week of September, 2017|
|11||Resume Writing Competition||1st week of September, 2017|
|12||Aptitude Test by Punjabi deptt.||2nd week of September, 2017|
|13||Teachers Day Celebration||2nd week of September, 2017|
|14||Essay and Poetry writing competition||3rd week of October, 2017|
|15||Declamation||3rd week of October, 2017|
|16||Virasti Mela||1st week of November, 2017|
|17||Annual Creative Competitions||3rd week of January, 2018|
|18||Mathemania||4th week of January, 2018|
|19||Tree Plantation||4th week of January, 2018|
|20||Annual Scholarship Competition by English deptt.||1st week of February, 2018|
|21||Language awareness competition||2nd week of February, 2018|
|22||Gurupurab Celebration||2nd week of February, 2018|
|23||Annual Convocation||3rd week of February, 2018|
|24||National Science Day||4th week of February, 2018|
|25||Annual Athletic Meet||2nd week of March|
|26||Placement Drive||2nd week of May, 2018|
|27||Declamation Contest by NCC Unit||3rd week of May, 2018|
|28||Farewell Party||Last week of April 2018|
|29||GNDU Youth Festival||As per University Schedule in September, 2017|
|As per schedule of Concerned Department|
|Educational Tours and Excursions|
|During Winter Break 2016 and Sundays|
|As per the availability of Key Note Speakers & Resource Persons|
|1||Summer Vacations||From 01-06-2018 to 11-07-208|
|2||Winter Vacations||From 26-12-2017 to 04-01-2018|
|List of Compulsory Holidays|
|1||Independence Day||15th August 2017|
|2||Janamashtmi||15th August 2017|
|3||Dussehra||30th September 2017|
|4||Gandhi Jayanti||2nd October 2017|
|5||Diwali||19th October 2017|
|6||Gurpurv of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji||4th November 2017|
|7||X-Mas Day||25th December 2017|
|8||Republic Day||26th January 2018|
|9||Holi||2nd March, 2018|
Ragging is strictly prohibited in the college campus. It constitutes one or the more of any of the following acts:
In case any ragging is observed in the college campus following College Anti Ragging Committee may be contacted which includes following members:
Guru Nanak College has various student bodies such as Business Club, IT Club, Subject Associations, Punjabi Sahit Sabha, Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle, NCC, NSS which provide a formal platform to the students to contribute as a team and give them opportunity to carve their own niche.
Education is complete only when it integrates academic learning with the acquisition of moral, religious, cultural and social values. Following cultural activities are activities
The motto of NCC is 'Unity & Discipline' which was adopted on 23 Dec 1957. In living up to its motto, the NCC strives to be and is one of the greatest cohesive forces of the nation, bringing together the youth hailing from different parts of the country and moulding them into united, secular and disciplined citizens of the nation.
We have a NCC department in college campus. Interested students can opt for it, provided they should be physically fit and mentally sound.
Every cadet has to attend the Parades, Lectures and Annual Training Camps without any extra fee/charges, except Rs.10/- will be taken as NCC fund for the first year and Rs.4/- for the subsequent years.
We are proud to have a firing range and obstacle course for the cadets in the campus so that they can get best training over here.
There are many enrichment programmes which are regularly organised to inculcate and strengthen moral and ethical values among the students. The NCC unit of the college organises various events such as Blood Donation Camps, Awareness campaigns for the eradication of social evils and for developing moral and ethical values in the students.
Following camps and activities are organized by the NCC:
The Motto of NSS "Not Me But You", reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration to other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrined in this motto, which underlines on the belief that the welfare .of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.
The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are :
There are two units of NSS in the college campus. Students from all classes can become the members of NSS. The activities of these units remain in full swing throughout the year and inculcate among them feeling of social welfare. To eradicate the social evils like-Female foeticide, Child abuse etc.
Following are the some Camps attended by the NSS Volunteers of the College
|S.No.||Date of Camp||Venue||Teacher Incharge||Activities Performed||No.of Students Participated||Level|
|1||06.09.2017||College Campus||Dr. Yadwinder Bhatia and Ms. Meenakshi||Swatchch Bharat Abhiyan||100||National|
|2||09.08.2017||College Campus||Dr. Yadwinder Bhatia and Ms. Meenakshi||Swatchch Pakhwara||100||National|
|3||11.09.2017||College Campus||Dr. Yadwinder Bhatia and Ms. Meenakshi||Punar Jot Organization||180||Local|
|4||01.12.2017||College Campus||Dr. Yadwinder Bhatia and Ms. Meenakshi||World Aids Day||200||Local|
|5||25.01.2018||College Campus||Dr. Yadwinder Bhatia and Ms. Meenakshi||National Voters Day||200||National|
|5||14.03.2018||College Campus||Dr. Yadwinder Bhatia and Ms. Meenakshi||Corruption Awareness||200||Local|
|6||22.03.2018||Government School, Phagwara||Dr. Yadwinder Bhatia and Ms. Meenakshi||Youth Empowerment Day||200||State|
Guru Nanak College also promotes sports which is an essential part of student’s life. College also provides the fee concession to the achievers in sports and extra-curricular activities.
The college offers various Sports and Games to the students in order to make contingents for participation in Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar intercollege competitions.
The college has formulated a very good system of tutorial groups. Students are divided into small groups and each group is headed by a teacher in-charge. The main motive of such tutorial group is to establish an one-to-one student-teacher interaction and to groom the students personally to enhance their moral values. This helps in motivating the students and resolving their problems.