Profile of college

Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Yamuna Nagar, a premier post-graduate institution, affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, was established in 1968 with a very few departments and a handful of students on the eve of quin-centenary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s birthday. The objective of the institution was to impart state of art education to poor and weaker sections of the society. Since its inception the institution has been deeply committed to the propagation of patriotism, nationalism and secularism. Today this institution boasts of its four faculties, 32 departments with 162 odd teaching faculty and around 4000 students. The college offers around 40 different courses at UG level and 10 at PG level for a varied choice extending from regular degree courses to the state of Art courses for futuristic requirements. In addition to that the college offers 2 Add On and 5 Career Oriented Courses. The college has significant presence in the field of research and a number of major & minor research projects are awarded to the faculty members by the UGC and other bodies. The institution has set up a glorious track record over the years. The college has been accredited A+ by the NAAC and recognised as a Center with Potential for Excellence by the UGC. The college is situated in the heart of Yamuna Nagar. Yamuna Nagar is the second biggest industrial town in Haryana situated at the bank of river Yamuna. Yamuna Nagar – Jagadhri are the twin cities famous for state of art education and industry. Yamuna Nagar is well connected with New Delhi (approx. 200 km ) by railway and road transport.

Objectives of the college

The main objectives of the college are to

  • Develop life-long learning habits among students
  • Adopt innovative methods of teaching, learning and assessment
  • Impart pre-employment and vocational knowledge and related skills
  • Motivate students to integrate more and more with values especially dignity of work and social commitment
  • Equip students with necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes with which they can serve the community and the nation meaningfully
  • Encourage students to imbibe in themselves the best of traditional, ethical and scientific attitudes and values