Guru Nanak College Budhlada

Introduction

Guru Nanak College, affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala (listed in 12(b) & 2(f) sections of UGC Act 1956) is situated in outskirts of Budhlada city - a small town of district Mansa in Punjab. To tribute the 500th birth anniversary of "Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji", it was started in 1971 by some eminent personalities of the region keeping in mind the noble cause to make affordable education accessible to all the people of this backward, rural   and   remote   area. In the beginning, it was functioning under the local management but later on handed over to SGPC (Shiromani Gurdwara

Guru Nanak college Budhlada

Parbandhak Committee, Sri Amritsar Sahib) an apex and philanthropic body of the Sikhs committed to serve the humanity, on 09 November 1994 due to meager financial resources and some other executive problems. It was followed by some significant reforms in both college functioning and infrastructure. The growth of the college took a phenomenal pace since 2008 with a radical augment in a number of courses, faculty, infrastructure and other teaching learning resources. At present, it has become the foremost organization of the area having 16 PG and 12 UG courses (including 03 skill-development vocational and industry oriented courses), 151 faculty members, 5926 students (2190 girls and 3736 boys) with state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology to provide quality education.

  • 112

    Certified Teachers
  • 2673

    Students Enrolled
  • 5666

    Passing to Universities
  • 1200

    Satisfied Parents
PRESIDENT Message Of Guru Nanak College Budhlada
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

"A mirror to the past and a vision for the future.” A reminder of things past, of successes, hopes and dreams fulfilled and a promise of even better things to come. This is what hundreds of years of functioning is all about. ..."

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Principal Message Of Guru Nanak College Budhlada
PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

"Guru Nanak College, Budhlada is one of the premier institutions of higher education in the state and a leading educational institution established on the sacred name of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, first guru of Sikhs. The college has consistently been enlightening its glory in the state and of course nationally. ..."

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