GURU NANAK GIRLS COLLEGE
The institution runs 17 Post Graduate, 9 Under Graduate, 7 Vocational Diploma and 12 Add-on Courses. The College runs Community Radio 90.4 MHz which broadcasts programmes from 7.00 AM to 7.00 PM daily and extends education to the community. The College sports champions were able to clinch 78 medals including 33 gold, 21 silver and 24 bronze medals in the session 2013-2014 at various tournaments in diverse fields such as baseball, athletics, judo, softball, badminton, wrestling, wushu, kickboxing, ball badminton, weightlifting & power lifting at International , National, State, District, University & Inter University levels. Sports girls of the college brought laurels by bringing four Panjab University Championships i. e. PU CrossGurbir Singh C o u n try
President Championship, PU Athletics Championship, PU Judo Championship, PU Wrestling championship and Ludhiana District Open Athletics Championship. All classrooms have been equipped with smart interactive boards and slide projectors. The college infrastructure is augmented with a new 200 seated, fully air- conditioned Conference Hall. The hall has digital bidirectional conference system with full HD projectors.
The college boasts of a modern air- condit i on ed Auditorium, airc o n d i t i o n e d Seminar Hall, airc (Dr.) o n d i t i o n e d Charanjit K. Luncheon Hall & Mahal air-cooled Principal Reading Hall. A hi-tech air-conditioned server room with seven servers, LAN, Domain Controller, Additional Domain Controller, LINUX, Proxy Server, Anti-Virus Admin Console and 240 plus computers in all, working round the clock for monitoring and managing all daily routine activities, including intra-mail and intra-net facilities, with a view to implement the concept of corporate sector and paperless office.
Nine multimedia labs equipped with LCD projectors, high gain screens and computers. The college runs IGNOU Study Centre offering 191 courses. It is the only centre in the Punjab Region marked to have an EDUSAT installed for tele- conferencing.
The NSS, NCC, Red Ribbon Club & Youth Red Cross Society of the College continuously extend education & service to the community in the form of Blood Donation Camps, Adult Education, Tree Plantation etc.
152 Class rooms, 50 Labs of Science, 22 Fashion Designing Labs, 5 Cosmetology Labs, 9 Computer Labs, Music Labs, a Dance Lab, a Fine Arts Lab, Museums of Punjabi Heritage & Culture, Botany & Zoology, Dispensary, 4 Generators of 200 KW, 160 KW, 160 KW & 82 KW capacity are other assets of the college. Library with Internet facility, replete with 29650 plus books, 90 plus Magazines, & 23 Newspapers satiates the intellectual urge of the students. A modern hostel with 13 rooms equipped with air- conditioned facility & also one Reading Hall, two Recreation Halls, Gymnasium, air- cooled Dining Hall, Cafeteria and modern stylish wash rooms. Free education, free boarding & lodging is provided to the meritorious students in academic, cultural and sports activities. College bagged 169 positions among the Top Ten positions of Panjab University during current session 2012-2013.
The illustrious maidens of the college continued with the winning spree & proved their stellar by showcasing exuberant performances in co-curricular activities throughout the session. This session, the agile girls of the college outnumbered others at the Panjab University Inter-Zonal and Zonal Youth & Heritage Festival wherein 21 and 57 students clinched the first three positions, respectively. The students of our college brought home a huge array of prizes at the various inter college competitions held in this session. The cozy symbiosis of the students resulted in clinching a whopping 105 plus positions till date in the different disciplines of Music, Fine Arts, Home Science, Poetical Recitation, Debate, Creative Writing, Elocution, Declamation, Quiz, Dance etc. during this session. Apart from this, each teaching department of the college organized a minimum of three seminars/extension lectures in their respective fields with a view to provide quality education to young aspirants in a stimulating environment of independent thinking and innovation in various disciplines. S. Kartar Singh Sehamby, DSO Ludhiana and Mohali inaugurated Annual Athletic Meet on 25.02.2014 and Dr. Dalwinder Singh, Chairman, Physical Education Dept., PU, CHD presided over the closing ceremony on 26.02.2014. S. Gurbir Singh, President, GNET presided over the Annual Prize Distribution Function held on 22.02.2014 wherein 737 outstanding students were honoured for excelling in academics and paraacademics Dr. Prabhdip Brar, Professor, University Institute of Fashion Technology, Panjab University, Chd presided over Fashion Flora ' 14 on 15.2.2014.
Trips & Tours to different places of the country were organized. Newsletter ' Amazing Grace' & Magazine 'Kesar Kiari' provide opportunity to budding writers. Festivals like Lohri, Teej, Teacher's Day, Gurpurab, Faculty-wise Ms. Fresher Contest / Welcome Functions & Farewell Functions were organized. How does testing help? Testing is usually practiced in the form of randomly selecting questions and evaluating student performance in those tests. Often the purpose of most examiners is to demonstrate their own competence by setting tough papers which would trick the students. This creates a lot of unnecessary stress and anxiety in the minds of students. The designing team of Weekend Test Series was conscious about the fact that, it is not testing but what happens before and after it, is what really matters. It all starts from the design of the tests. Each test is designed to measure a set of strictly defined skills ( topic areas) that is shared with the students How do weak area and strong area analysis help? Exam preparation is about maximizing scores within the given time frame. So a sound strategy for preparation would always include identifying maximum focus areas and areas where least effort is required. To manage preparation time effectively, it is important for a student to understand his/ her strength so that s/he may simply spend minimum time on them and allocate more time for his/her weak areas.