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Guru Nanak College is affiliated to the University of Madras and is located on the Velachery-Tambaram road within a flourishing 22-acre campus gifted by the government of Tamil Nadu for the establishment of an Arts & Science College. The college provides excellent hostel facilities comprising of 50 rooms and a capacity of 100. There is a fully stocked vast library inside the college named after Maharani Vidyavathi Devi, which provides a peaceful environment to the students. There are various associations in the college for promoting extra-curricular activities among students. College alumni association comprises of all the former students of the college. The goal of the association is to promote the growth and welfare of the Alma Mater of the members. All the old students of this college enroll himself/ herself as a member of the Association. Rotract club was formed for the development of leadership qualities, administrative talents, and organizational skills of the students. The Youth Red Cross Unit a social service avenue in the college for the students who are interested in the betterment of society. The college has a Hostel Building, There are 50 rooms with a total capacity for intake is 100 and at present there 70 occupants. A TV room with the availability of newspapers and periodicals serves as a common room for the hostlers. The hostel conducts annual sports and games. The outer games include Cricket, FootBall, Hockey, VolleyBall, Ball Badminton, Basket Ball, Kabaddi and Athletics. The indoor games include Chess, Carom, Shuttle Badminton, Table Tennis and Gym. There is a Sports council to conduct the tournaments.
The college has a Hostel Building, to cater the need of the limited number of boys only. The building is named as the Punjab Block for it was inaugurated by the Punjab Ex-Chief Minister Sardar Gurnam Singh in April, 1973. There are Students from three to four states of India living together with a large number of TamilNadu and thus foster regional understandings, national unity and communal harmony. The warden is the Ex-offico Principal of the college and a college staff acts as a deputy warden to oversee the day to day functioning of the hostel.
There are 50 rooms with a total capacity for intake is 100 and at present there 70 occupants. A TV room with availability of newspapers and periodicals serves as common room for the hostlers. The hostel conducts annual sports and games. The outer games include Cricket, Foot Ball, Hockey, Volley Ball, Ball Badminton, Basket Ball, Kabadi and Athletics. The indoor games include Chess, Carom, Shuttle Badminton, Table Tennis and Gym. There is a Sports council to conduct the tournaments.
A Medical Officer, Dr. Babu Ganesh is available to attend the ill health students. Periodical health checkups are made for all the students. First aid kit is available in the hostel and also with the Departments of Physical Education, Adv. Zoology and Chemistry which is useful to take care of minor injuries and ailments.
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An awe-inspiring, incredible achievement by Guru Nanak College NCC Army-wing Cadets. After THIRTY FOUR years, for the first time Guru Nanak College NCC Army-wing Cadetshave won Hatrick Overall Banner and Overall Championship/Trophies from Presidency College, Dr.Ambedkar Law College, Alpha College of Arts and Science, and Pachiayappa’s College during February-March 2016
NSS Unit received Shield Award from “Association of Voluntary Blood Donors”, Adyar, Chennai, for mobilising 200 units of Blood
A “Blood Donation Camp” was organised by NSS on 29th January 2016 where 500 units of Blood were mobilised by the NSS volunteers highlighting the need to serve mankind.NSS of Guru Nanak College and Corporation Bank collaboratively organised “Blood Donation Camp” on 24th February 2016 where Dr.M.Selvaraj, Principal stressed on the importance and benefits of donating blood.
The Rotaract Club of Guru Nanak College unfolded its Installation function with lectures on “Positive thinking is the key to success” on 8th February 2016 headed by Rtn.K.Ravi, President, Rotary Club of Madras Marina and Dr.C.N.Eswari, Associate Prof. Head, Dept. of English, Guru Nanak College.
A Lecture on “Self-Actualisation for Self-Reliance” was organised by the Rotaract Club on 13th February 2016 and Dr. L.R.S. Kalanithi, Associate Professor, Department of English, Guru Nanak College, was the resource person.On27th February 2016 an elucidative “Orientation for students to Face Interviews – Project Triumph” was organised by Rotaract Club of Guru Nanak College and Rotaract Club of Ambattur synergistically. On March 12th 2016, the Valedictory function was held.Mr.C.P. Subramaniam, Asst. Head Master, Savithriammal Oriental Hr.Sec. School, Mylapore, Chennai was the Chief Guest and Dr.C.N.Eswari, Associate Prof. Head, Dept. of English, Guru Nanak College was the Guest of Honour. 150 students activelyparticipated.
The Youth Red Cross Unit is yet another social service avenue in the college for the motivated and socially oriented students.
Students with cultural talents can enroll as members of this association and organise cultural events with college programmes
Students concerned about environment and ecology can become members of this club and do their little service in this direction.
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