Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College

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Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College is named after first Guru of the Sikhs. College is one of the constituent colleges of Delhi University and managed by Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee. It imparts instruction up to post-graduate courses in Humanities and Commerce. 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.

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[edit]

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honors)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Programme)
  • B.A. with Hons in Business Economics
  • 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 Political Science
  • B.A. with Hons in Punjabi
  • B.A. Programme
  • M.A. (Punjabi)
  • M.Com.


Academic Societies[edit]

  • Vanaj[1]- The Commerce Society
  • Kirt- The Economics Society
  • Sofica- Society for Financial Literacy & Consumer Awareness
  • Encore- The English Society
  • Shodh- The History Society
  • Civil Society - The Political Science Society
  • Hindi Sahitya Sabha
  • Punjabi Sahitya Sabha
  • Udyamita - Entrepreneur Cell

Extra Curricular Societies[edit]

  • AnC- The Arts & Culture Society
  • Photobug - The Photography and Videography Society
  • Nepathya - The Dramatics Society
  • Vedang- The Debating and Quizzing Society
  • Magus - The Western Dance Society
  • Vijyant - The NCC Club
  • NSS Wing
  • Cyber Clan - The I.T. Society
  • Musoc- The Music Society
  • Impasto- The Fine Arts Society
  • The Bhangra Society


  • Leaders For Tomorrow SGND Unit

The college also has a Placement Cell & Students' Union for the welfare of the students



College Library[edit]

The college library not only houses some 73366 books but also subscribes to more than fifty National & International Journals and Magazines.


  1. ^ [1] Vanaj Website