Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College is named after the first Guru of the Sikhs. The college is one of the constituent colleges of Delhi University and managed by the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee. It imparts instruction up to post-graduate courses in Humanities and Commerce. Drawing inspiration from the teachings of the Sikh Gurus, the college helps its students to imbibe spiritual and moral values having universal acceptance. Originally known as Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa P. G. (Eve.) College for 32 years, it has now become a full-fledged morning college.
The college is in Karol Bagh, one of the leading and business commercial centres of Asia. It is surrounded by corporate offices of major industrial giants, foreign banks, finance corporations, export houses, foreign exchange dealers and leading hotels in places like Rajindra Place, Connaught Place, Jhandewalan and Karol Bagh. This provides an excellent opportunity for student-industry interaction.
Seminars and workshops are organised throughout the year. Prominent experts from academics, business and industry participate in these programmes. A special inter-college cultural festival is also held annually.
Courses offered by the college are:
- B.A. with Hons in Commerce
- B.A. with Hons in English
- B.A. with Hons in Hindi
- B.A. with Hons in Hindi Journalism and Mass Communication
- B.A. with Hons in History
- B.A. with Hons in Mathematics
- B.A. with Hons in Political Science
- B.A. with Hons in Punjabi
- M.A. (Punjabi)
In sports college bagged championships in badminton, judo, weightlifting athletic team and runners up in cricket and hockey in University of Delhi (2007–08). Basket Ball Champion Abhay Chopra from St. Michael School also completed his graduation from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College in 2012.
The new college campus is developed in Hari Nagar and it is rumoured for last few years that college will shift to Hari Nagar but no special efforts has been taken to shift the college.The old campus is in critical condition from outside and does not impress new students