GURU NANAK GIRLS COL­LEGE

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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.

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