Guru Nanak College, Budhlada believes in imparting knowledge to its students towards social wellbeing, sense of responsibility, excellent leadership and stupendous teaching pedagogy. Students are prepared, motivated and are involved in substantial activities beyond their syllabus to schedule brain breaks. The purpose of such philosophy is to let students disconnect from their curriculum for some time and learn about concurrent issues. They are made to present seminars, group discussions. mock interviews, power points presentations, read out aloud, recite and present their assignments in the class. The purpose is to make them celebrate their learning by sharing and presenting their work to others. Teachers are well connected to each student and keep a record of their strengths and weaknesses. They are given freedom to showcase the potential that they already have and are offered choices to participate in the activities of their choice. Every best possible effort is made to involve all students into the teaching learning process. Extra and co-curricular activities are a significant part of the curriculum. Multiple platforms like literary societies, cells, clubs, festivals, associations, and committees strive to equip students with life skills. These learning platforms chisel the personalities of the students so that they remain buoyant to face any challenge in the world.
Academic Calendar, which is prepared by all departments as per the guidelines of the affiliating university, guides the students about their academic and co-curricular journey. After orientation and induction programs in the initial phase of new session, formal teaching as per well designed timetables starts and brain breaks, tours, excursions, visits, rehearsals become major platforms of well-being and foster a sense of belonging. Experts are welcomed to deliver talks and discourses and to dole out tips to make them worthy citizens. Various platforms at college make strides towards equipping students with skills to conquer the professional challenges. Mock interviews, extension lectures, educational tours, industrial visits and practice sessions make them ready to embrace a profession, stick to it and enjoy a sustainable growth.