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Sikh National College, Qadian, Punjab
Qadian (District Gurdaspur)
Punjab, India



Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab is managed by Society: Sikh Educational Society. Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab was established on / in 1937 estd in Lahore, shifted to Quadian in 1948.


Principal of Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab is Dr Kuldeep Singh, S. Lakhbir Singh, Dr. Kulwant Singh Randhawa.

Sikh National College is situated in Qadian of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab is 01872-220034.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab are 9814621433.

email ID(s) is Sikh National College Qadian Punjab

General Secretary : Col (Retd) Jasmer Singh Bala.

Contact Details of Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1872-70034, 220034

Principal:
S. Lakhbir Singh,
College Jouse,
DOB : 3-8-1961
Res :222834

Sikh National College, Qadian and Sikh National College, Banga are two different colleges, but both are under the same society i.e. Sikh Educational Society, Chandigarh. Visit Guru Gobind Singh Group, Chandigarh for more information




Other colleges of Guru Gobind Singh Group (Sikh Educational Society), Chandigarh
SGGS Khalsa College Sector 26, Chandigarh
Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh
Sikh National College, Banga
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy (Sector 26), Chandigarh


Courses

Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).


Approval details: Sikh National College is affiliated with Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), Amritsar (Punjab)

Profile of Sikh National College

Sikh National College with motto Subh Karman Te Kabhun Na Taran i.e. never stay away from the path of righteousness, affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar was established in June 1938 at Lahore by a Nationalist personality Principal Niranjan Singh and after partition of the country was re-established at Qadian, Distt. Gurdaspur in the state of Punjab in March, 1948. The college was being run by Sikh Education Society, Lahore headed by Bhai Bhola Singh ji. After partition, now it is managed by Sikh Education Society with head office at Chandigarh. The Management in addition to Sikh National College, Qadian, runs five other institutions.The college is situated in a campus of about 25 acres. The college is on Grant in aid from the State Government and is on the list of UGC under 2f and 12 B category of colleges. The college has shown steady progress since its inception and rehabilitation. The college offers degree level programme in seven subjects in Arts including languages i.e. English, Hindi and Punjabi. The Science faculty offers four subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Computer Science. Keeping in tune with the time, the college runs B.Sc. in Computer Science and B.A. in Computer Application Vocational, B.Sc. (Economics). The college also runs full time Diploma in Computer Application and Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application. The college has 17 permanent teachers of whom 6 are female teachers which constitute 35% of the total permanent staff, 4 temporary teachers and 17 members of non-teaching staff. Of the regular staff, 3 are Ph.D., 7 M.Phil. and rest of the seven are P.G. while all the four temporary staff members are Post Graduate only. The college has student enrollment of 400 in UG classes and 26 students are enrolled in the diploma courses. 50% of these are the girl students. Drop out rate of the college is slightly on higher side. The college has a cluster of buildings, housing, Administrative Office, Library, well equipped Science Laboratories, two modern fully air-conditioned Computer Labs, Auditorium and Canteen. It has extensive playgrounds and standard 4 lane track, swimming pool and basketball ground. Infrastructure Sikh National College, Qadian has a large campus measuring 25 acres of land in rural setting. The college has a vast network of infrastructure which includes class rooms, labs, stores, library, multipurpose hall, common room, canteen, playgrounds, 400 mts 8 lane standard athletic track, cricket, football and hockey grounds, swimming pool and generator etc. The college has master plan indicating future requirements. The college is housed in a very spacious building owned by Ahmadia Community on a token rent of Rs. 100 only. The college plans to meet the need for augmenting its desired infrastructure with the financial assistance through donations and contribution by alumni and a large number of NRI s. The alumni of the institution has already made donations to the tune of approx. 22 Lacs. he library needs to be fully computerized. The library has 24,330 books. It subscribes to 35 magazines and 15 newspapers. There is a dire need of separate Audio Visual room with multimedia facilities and more number of audio visual cassettes and CDs. The college does not have any doctor on its roll, however, services of Dr. B.S. Bhatia, M.S. has been taken on Honorary basis for medical check up and blood grouping of the students. Management
The college is managed by Sikh Educational Society, Chandigarh. The college has an efficient internal coordinating and monitoring mechanism. The Principal is the administrative head and responsible for maintaining attendance, engagement of classes and general administration of the college. Dr Kuldeep Singh, the present Principal of the college has completely re-juvinated the college and all segments of the institution are working in complete harmony. Sikh National College under the management of Sikh Educational Society headed by Baba Bhola Singh Ji with Nationalist personality Principal Niranjan Singh as the founder Principal was established in Lahore in 1938 and after partition of the country in 1948 it was re-established at Qadian. The college is working with a special mission of providing quality education to the rural pupil. The goal of the college is Shubh Karman Te Kabhon Na Taran i.e, praying to God to give the strength to fight for the right cause and to always perform good actions.

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Media coverage of Sikh National College, Qadian Punjab, Punjab

22 lakh disbursed as gratuity

The Sikh Educational Society disbursed Rs 22 lakh as gratuity to 18 of its employees who retired from the six colleges of the society.

The society took the decision to pay the amounts because the Punjab and the UT Administration did not pay 95 per cent to the staff as gratuity which has been promised by the state governments in the past, a press note said.

The society has decided to pay the employees from its own resources and the liability during the next two years is likely to be Rs 80 lakh, the note added.

The colleges on the list of the society include Sikh National College, Qadian, Sikh National College, Banga, SGGS, GGS (women), SGGS Pharmacy College and SGGS Collegiate Public School.


Kuldeep Singh is new SGGS College Principal

Dr Kuldeep Singh has been appointed Principal of the Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector 26, Chandigarh. He will take over on March 1 when the present Principal, Mr P.S. Sangha, who joined in December 1994, retires.

The selection committee headed by Mr Gurcharan Singh Tohra, that met here on Saturday had rejected all the five internal candidates.

Dr Kuldeep Singh (42) is at present Principal of Sikh National College, Qadian. That institution is also run by the Sikh Education Society, like the SGGS College.

Talking to TNS, Dr Kuldeep Singh said after graduation from M.M. Modi College, Patiala, he obtained master’s degrees in political science and public administration from Punjabi University, Patiala, and later did M.Phil and Ph.D from there. He joined as lecturer at Sikh National College, Banga, in 1987.

The Principal-designate has to his credit five books. He is also known for making the Qadian college stand on its feet. Having joined there as Principal in October 2000, he raised Rs 20 lakh through donations and gradually built up the requisite infrastructure and also introduced new courses.

Dr Kuldeep Singh was the Jalandhar district secretary of the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union in 1994-95 and is at present general secretary of the Principals Association, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.



A guiding light in sea of neglect

After retiring, this man had zeal to do something for society. Being an educationist, he decided to use the tool of education, to bring change in society and help downtrodden children. Ajit Singh Basra (80) has been imparting free and quality education to those children who are unable to pay school fees.

Basra, on the request of Master Ajit Singh, joined Citizens Forum Vidya Mandir School, Maqboolpura, for guiding teachers in imparting quality education to Classes IX and X students on every alternate day.

Born in 1928, Basra graduated from Sikh National College, Qadian, in 1948.

After doing BEd in 1953, he joined government service as a teacher and was promoted to the post of lecturer. He finally retired as headmaster in 1986. Besides being an educationist, Basra was also leader of various teacher unions and president of the Amritsar Lecturers Union.

Basra said, “After retirement I established Sri Guru Hargobind Public High School at Saidolane village.

The school has been providing free education to about 25 per cent of the students.” He said his aim was to help a large number of poor children by imparting quality education and giving them a dream to achieve something in life.

Basra, a member of the Khalsa College Managing Committee and executive member of Chief Khalsa Dewan, said the students had will to learn and capacity to grasp the subjects taught to them. Besides, Basra is also running an NGO from his ancestral village for guiding and training village farmers to start dairy farming.


NAAC report of Sikh National College

Section-I: Introduction

Sikh National College with motto ‘Subh Karman Te Kabhun Na Taran’ i.e. never stay away from the path of righteousness, affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar was established in June 1938 at Lahore by a Nationalist personality Principal Niranjan Singh and after partition of the country was re-established at Qadian, Distt. Gurdaspur in the state of Punjab in March, 1948. The college was being run by Sikh Education Society, Lahore headed by Bhai Bhola Singh ji. After partition, now it is managed by Sikh Education Society with head office at Chandigarh. The Management in addition to Sikh National College, Qadian, runs five other institutions.

The college is situated in a campus of about 25 acres. The college is on Grant in aid from the State Government and is on the list of UGC under 2f & 12 B category of colleges.

The college has shown steady progress since its inception and rehabilitation. The college offers degree level programme in seven subjects in Arts including languages i.e. English, Hindi and Punjabi. The Science faculty offers four subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Computer Science. Keeping in tune with the time, the college runs B.Sc. in Computer Science and B.A. in Computer Application Vocational, B.Sc. (Economics). The college also runs full time Diploma in Computer Application and Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application.

The college has 17 permanent teachers of whom 6 are female teachers which constitute 35% of the total permanent staff, 4 temporary teachers and 17 members of non-teaching staff. Of the regular staff, 3 are Ph.D., 7 M.Phil. and rest of the seven are P.G. while all the four temporary staff members are Post Graduate only.

The college has student enrollment of 400 in UG classes and 26 students are enrolled in the diploma courses. 50% of these are the girl students. Drop out rate of the college is slightly on higher side.

As per University norms the college follows the Annual system of Examination.
The college has a cluster of buildings, housing, Administrative Office, Library, well equipped Science Laboratories, two modern fully air-conditioned Computer Labs, Auditorium and Canteen. It has extensive playgrounds and standard 4 lane track, swimming pool and basketball ground.

The college volunteered for institutional accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) Bangalore. A self study report for this purpose was prepared and submitted to NAAC. The Peer Team visited the college on February 25 and 26, 2004 to assess the institution. The team consisted of Prof. L.S. Rathore, Former Vice Chancellor, J.N. Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan as Chairman, Dr Desh Bandhu, Principal, S.D. college, Ambala Cantt., Haryana as Member Convenor and Dr M.S. Khanchi, Principal, Babu Anant Ram Janta college, Kaul (Kaithal), Haryana as member. The Peer Team visit was co-ordinated by Mr. Ganesh Hegde, Assist. Adviser NAAC. The team visited various departments, support services and interacted with the Management, the Principal, students, teachers and non teaching staff, parents and alumni of the college. The team made an in-depth analysis of the functioning and performance after visiting different departments and examining the documentary evidence relating to administration and academic governance. The college was assessed on the basis of seven point criteria of the NAAC and criterion wise evaluation remarks are detailed in the following sections:

Section-II: Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion-I: Curricular Aspects
The courses offered by the college include 3 year B.A./B.Sc. programmes under affiliation of G.N.D.U., Amritsar in seven Arts subjects viz English, Punjabi, Hindi, Economics, History, Political Science, Physical Education and Computer Application. It also offers B.Sc. with Physics, Chemistry & Maths, B.Sc. Computer Science and B.Sc. Economics. Keeping in tune with the computer era, the college has started PGDCA, DCA and B.A. Computer Application as Vocational Subject. A few of the member of the faculty are on Board of Studies of G.N.D.U., Amritsar.

The degree courses offered by the college provide access to higher education at Post Graduate level, eligibility to sit for Competitive Examinations, Employment in Teaching and general Administrative jobs.
The curricular contents are based on the structure as formulated by the affiliating University. The academic programmes offered by the college have limited flexibility in time frame. A student can apply for change of subjects within one month of admissions. It takes three to four months to introduce a new subject of study as the approval of the University is required. In the last three years, college has introduced Physical Education as subject in B.A., B.Sc. Computer Science, B.A. Computer Application as vocational, PGDCA and DCA.


Criterion – II: Teaching Learning and Evaluation
Sikh National College conducts the admission of the students on the basis of their past academic records and through interviews. Terminal Examinations, Laboratory Practicals and Unit Tests help the teachers to judge the aptitude of the students after they are admitted. The teachers undertake remedial coaching for the academically weak students in the form of extra classes. On the other hand, the more advanced students are given the opportunity of excelling through seminars, home assignments and special tests.

Teachers utilize the syllabi for three terms. Lecture method of teaching is supplemented by using black boards, charts, maps, OHP, models and by conducting unannounced short quizzes, tests etc.

The college has 250-291 working days out of which 150 are the teaching days. The college has 17 permanent teachers, of whom 3 are Ph.D., 7 M.Phil. and 7 post graduate while all 4 Temporary teachers are postgraduate. The ratio of teaching to non-teaching is 1:1. Regular staff is teaching 95% classes.

Teachers are recruited through advertisement in the leading newspapers and interviews conducted by Selection Committee formed by the college according to UGC/GNDU/Punjab Govt. norms. The selection is on the basis of merit and performance at the interview. The college can appoint temporary teachers against post falling vacant or unsanctioned posts created by increased workload. The remuneration of these teachers is paid from the college funds.

Performance of teachers appraisal is through ACRs on basis of the University result, interest in curricular activities and in the organization of various functions in the college. The student feedback on matters relating to teaching, library, sports and other facilities is taken and needful done.

The required information regarding evaluation and student related matters is given through college prospectus and student notice boards.

The college has organized a few seminars and formed various committees for different activities. Institute-Industry linkage needs to be strengthened.

Criterion-III: Research, Consultancy and Extension:
The college is devoted to undergraduate teaching and many of the teachers are not engaged in active research. The college has no provision for research funds. No teacher has availed of study leave under Faculty Improvement Programme of UGC under the IX plan period. However 2 teachers are engaged in doctoral research project as part time researcher. One of the teacher has completed Ph.D. and two M.Phil. during service only. There are no ongoing research projects and no research funding has been received from external agencies. The college does not provide consultancy to any external agency nor does it publicize the expertise of its teachers.

The college has a close relationship with the surrounding locality. The college has two NSS Units and teachers act as the Programme Officers as an additional charge. The extension activities of the college are in the area of awareness programme on health and hygiene, environment literacy, human rights, AIDS awareness, anti intoxicant camps etc. The college has an Adult Education Club, which has adopted Bhainia Village near Qadian. Villagers are made aware of literacy, pollution, population control, voting right etc. The extension activities are carried out in collaboration with NGOs and Gos.

Criterion-1V: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
Sikh National College, Qadian has a large campus measuring 25 acres of land in rural setting. The college has a vast network of infrastructure which includes class rooms, labs, stores, library, multipurpose hall, common room, canteen, playgrounds, 400 mts 8 lane standard athletic track, cricket, football and hockey grounds, swimming pool and generator etc.

The college has master plan indicating future requirements. The college is housed in a very spacious building owned by Ahmadia Community on a token rent of Rs. 100 only. The college plans to meet the need for augmenting its desired infrastructure with the financial assistance through donations and contribution by alumni and a large number of NRI’s. The alumni of the institution has already made donations to the tune of approx. 22 Lacs.

The college ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure facilities. The college timings are from 9.00 a.m. to 3.45 p.m. The library functions from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. The college hall and sport facilities are also used by some other agencies. Weight lifting club has been established in the college of which college students and non-students are members.

The college is maintained beautiful and clean under the guidance of teachers and with the help of sweepers and gardeners. To keep the environment pollution free, various trees and flowering plants are planted with the help of Forest Dept. and Nehru Yuvak Kendra, Gurdaspur.

The college has a library advisory committee. The library has a book bank facility and internet facility. The library needs to be fully computerized. The library has 24,330 books. It subscribes to 35 magazines and 15 newspapers. There is a dire need of separate Audio Visual room with multimedia facilities and more number of audio visual cassettes and CDs.

The college does not have any doctor on its roll, however, services of Dr. B.S. Bhatia, M.S. has been taken on Honorary basis for medical check up and blood grouping of the students.

The college has the playgrounds with 400 mts 8 lane standard athletic track, swimming pool, facilities for indoor games, basket ball ground and weight lifting hall. The sports person are given scholarship, fee concession, books, refreshment, sports kit, track suits medals etc.

In the weight lifting and athletics the students have participated at state, regional and national level and they have brought laurels to the college. A girl student of the college has set a new record in triple jump and long jump in GNDU Athletic Meet 2003.

Criterion-V: Students Support and Progression:-
The college is doing good service in the field of higher education in this financially backward semi urban area. The drop out rate is slightly higher which needs to be check up. The drop out is because of financial constrains or students opting for some technical courses.

Quite a good size of alumni are holding prominent positions in various walks of life may it be Politics, Defence Services, Police, Academics and Adminstration. Few of the students are prominent NRIs.

The college is publishing its updated Prospectus annually giving detailed information about its history, rules and regulations, admission criterion, subject combinations, details of staff and all other relevant information necessary for the students.

Students are given financial aid through various trusts in addition to Merit Scholarships, Merit cum Means Scholarships and Scholarships for SC/BC students.

Recently the college has formed a Career Information & Guidance Cell under the charge of a designated teacher. The cell needs further strengthening. There is a close rapport between the teachers and students which leads to healthy academic atmosphere in the college.

The college has an Alumni Association known as Sikh National College, Qadian Alumni Association. It holds its Bi-annual meeting of the executive body and annual general body meeting. The association has its own constitution giving clear cut objectives.

The college besides providing the facilities for indoor and outdoor games also organizes educational tours for students which helps them not only in academics but also enhances their outlook.

Cultural competition in the field of dance & music and literary competition like debate and declamation contests are held for all round development of the students.

In 2002 the college won B-Zone Women Championships in G.N.D.U. cultural competition and in 2003 the college achieved runners up position in both boys and girls zones. The college publishes its magazine ‘Raavi’ annually giving fair opportunity to students for creative writing.

Criterion – VI: Organization & Management:
The college is managed by Sikh Educational Society, Chandigarh. The college has an efficient internal coordinating and monitoring mechanism. The Principal is the administrative head and responsible for maintaining attendance, engagement of classes and general administration of the college. Dr Kuldeep Singh, the present Principal of the college has completely re-juvinated the college and all segments of the institution are working in complete harmony.

The office superintendent supervises the work efficiency of non-teaching staff. As such no professional development programmes are organized for non teaching staff. However, clerical staff has been provided a separate computer, where they learn to use computer for accountancy and preparing various performas.

Although the college generally follows the academic calendar framed by the University, however the college has a committee for proper implementation of the academic calendar.

The fee structure for UG Courses being charged is as per GNDU, Amritsar and Punajb State Government norms. For self financed PGDCA and DCA the fee is Rs. 16,100/- and Rs. 10.100/- respectively.

The college is under the deficit grant in aid scheme of the state Government.

The college generates resources through fund raising drives from some NRIs, alumni and the self financed computer courses. The college prepares its annual budget and has a regular mechanism for Internal Audit.

Although the college looks into the problem faced by the staff and the students through a committee, yet a well-defined mechanism is yet to be developed.

There is a provision for refundable and non-refundable loan out of employees provident fund as per university norms. In exigencies short term advance is given against salary also.

All the major items are purchased through college purchase committee. Quotations are invited by the committee and then only purchase order is placed.

Criterion-VII: Healthy Practices:
The peer team has identified several practices that would help the academic, intellectual and emotional development of the students of Sikh National College, Qadian. These are mentioned below:

*The Nationalist and secular approach with which the college was established is still being maintained.
*The academic session begins with Shri Akhand Path Sahib and guru ka langar is prepared and distributed by staff and the students.

*The efforts of the college in providing an opportunity of computer education to the rural area students are laudable.

*The college has a Master Plan indicating the future plan and infrastructure requirement.

*The college has formed some committees for internal quality checks. It also has built in system of regular internal audit.

*The college inculcates civic responsibilities amongst its students through NCC, NSS, Health Awareness Camps, Adult Literacy, Aids Awareness Programmes and Plantation drive .

*The college is providing good exposure to students for sports and cultural activities even though situated in rural area and the students are giving good competition to some of the well-established urban colleges.

*The discipline of the college is exemplary.

*The management of the college is visionary and forward-looking.

*Towards appointment in the non-teaching staff preference is given to the ex servicemen and even at the moment 25% of the non-teaching staff are ex servicemen.

*A few of the staff members including the Principal have good academic exposure as they have visited many Universities abroad.

*Remedial classes are organized for poor and weak students.

*The Alumni of the college are sentimentally attached to the
Institution and their remarkable contribution towards collection of donations is praiseworthy.

Section-III: Overall Analysis:-
Sikh National College under the management of Sikh Educational Society headed by Baba Bhola Singh Ji with Nationalist personality Principal Niranjan Singh as the founder Principal was established in Lahore in 1938 and after partition of the country in 1948 it was re-established at Qadian. The college is working with a special mission of providing quality education to the rural pupil. The goal of the college is ‘Shubh Karman Te Kabhon Na Taran’ i.e, praying to God to give the strength to fight for the right cause and to always perform good actions.

The college is spread over an area of 25 acres of land and is on the grant in aid list of the UGC and the State Govt. The college has developed at a steady pace and is basically an affiliated undergraduate college. The college has BA/B.Sc courses. Recently computer courses have been introduced in the college. In the recent three years under the dynamic leadership of the present Principal college has made good progress in all fields.

The college is managed by Governing Body which functions within the constrains set by the affiliating University and the State Govt.

Teachers of Sikh National College follows the Conventional Chalk and Talk method. The college is yet to develop research culture. At the moment only two teachers are engaged as part time research worker for award of Ph.D. No consultancy is offered by the teachers. However, extension work in the form of various awareness programmes is undertaken by the students as part of activities in the National Service Scheme. The extension activities establish a linkage of the college with the neighborhood.

The college has a large campus with plenty of land for future constructions. To provide adequate infrastructure, several new facilities are being developed by the college. It has started using computers in administrative work and the Library. The college is aware of the need for future addition to its infrastructure and new courses and the plans are underway.

Some of graduates of the college have excelled in various walks of life may it be Politics, Administration, Academic, Police or Defense Services. The college offers facilities for a large variety of literary, cultural and physical activities for all round development of its students.
The college was established with the poor rural populace as the targeted beneficiaries. With the changing demands of the society, higher education is itself undergoing changes. Sikh National College has to increasingly respond to these changes and strive to develop for the benefit of the rural youth.

There is a clear indication that preparation for assessment by NAAC has already given rise to new ideas and initiatives among staff as well as the administration of the college. The college will be highly benefited if the spurt of development is maintained even after the process of assessment.

The Peer Team while appreciating the approach of Sikh National college to quality assurance and standards, would like to express its concern and place its suggestion for further development of the institution for the consideration of the college authorities.

Recommendations:
*After surveying the socio-economic conditions and societal needs some P.G. Courses, commerce courses and some new job oriented vocational/ Certificate/diploma courses may be introduced by the college.

*The teaching-learning process needs to be enriched by supplementing conventional class room teaching by the use of modern teaching aids.

*The college may constitute a Research Development Committee and teachers may be encouraged to apply to UGC for minor and major projects.
*The college must take steps to reduce the drop out rate.

*The college should try to enrich the Library by procuring more books and periodicals. Computerization of the Library should be accelerated to provide better service to the students.

*Central Computer Lab with Internet facility be attached to the Library.

*Library be converted into open shelve system and reprographic facility be attached to it.

*Access to computers be provided to all teachers. Computer training programmes should be organized for teaching and non-teaching staff.

*A separate Audio Visual room with multimedia (LCD) projector be established and teachers be encouraged to prepare computer aided lectures for students.

*The college should involve the Alumni and parents effectively for continuous development of the institution.

*The stress be given on English speaking skills, personality development and communication skills.

The Peer Team wishes to record its appreciation of the whole-hearted co-operation and cordiality extended by all sections of the college during the visit. The Team also wishes the institution a grand success in all its future endeavours to realize the dreams of its founders.

Prof. L.S. Rathore (Chairman)

Dr M.S. Khanchi (Member)

Dr Desh Bandhu (Member Convenor)

I agree to it.

Dr Kuldeep Singh
Principal
Sikh National College,
Qadian (Gurdaspur)
Punjab.

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