The college has a well stocked fully computerized Library with
treasure of valuable books more than 70 thousands and subscribes
to more than one hundred journals. In addition to the course books
general books for personality development, general knowledge,
handbooks, yearbooks, reference books etc. are also added to the
collections. The library subscribes to national and international
subject journals, magazines of current interest along with national
and regional dailies to keep the students abreast with the day
to day happenings in the world and their fields of study. This
vast reservoir of knowledge has two majestic reading halls. The
duplex library is tastefully furnished and it can seat 200 students
at a time in its spacious reading halls.
The College magazine 'GOBIND NIDHI' is run by an Editorial Board
consisting of members of the staff and students who have some
flair for writing. It provides a platform to the students for
self expression and exploration in the various fields of activities
of literal sense in Hindi, Punjabi and English. Prizes are awarded
to the best student contributors.
The College has recently constructed a magnificent Duplex building
to house a well furnished hygienically maintained co-operative
mess and canteen. Separate sitting arrangement for boys, girls
and respected staff members has been made.
The teachers teaching for short term periods are also provided
with individual rooms within well maintained faculty house in
the College premises. The faculty house has sufficient accommodative
provision for more than 20 teachers to live in comfortably.
Keeping in view the comfortable staying for the visiting honorable
guests, the College has made excellent provision of hospitality
for them in the well maintained Guest House with ultra-modern
amenities within the College premises.
STUDIES CENTRES IN COLLEGE
As we know that India has produced great thinkers and social leaders
who, by their revolutionary and path-breaking thoughts and actions,
have left a lasting impact on not only India, but on the world
as a whole. They have developed indigenous ideas and have provided
cultural and ethical identity to India. There is a great need
to acquaint the teachers and students with their thinking and
their work and to involve them in studies; research and field
work based extension service programmes of constructive work.
Keeping these broader objectives in mind, the College established
four studies centres
1. Nehru Studies Centre 2. Buddhist Studies Centre
2. Gandhian Studies Centre 4. Dr. Ambedkar Studies Centre
sponsored by the University Grant Commission (UGC) under its epoch-Making
Social Thinkers of India during the XI Plan. The objectives of
these Centres are to acquaint teachers and students with the thoughts,
actions and works of these outstanding social icons and pursue
studies, research and field work based extension Programm
5. Centre for Women's Studies: Keeping in view amelioration of
women's conditions in India, more particular in rural-backward
India and to enhance the accessibility of basic needs like education,
employment, health and the law to women, the college is successfully
running the Centre for Women's Studies sponsored by University
Keeping in view the accommodating problems of teachers from far-flange
areas, the college has provided well maintained and architected
individual airy and spacious Teachers' Flats within the college
premises, which is a rare provision by any institute of esteem.
These flats are connected with incessant fresh water and power
COLLEGE STRIVING FOR
1. Autonomous Status: The huge educational fabric and infrastructure
compel the SGGS Khalsa College, Mahilpur for striving to avail
the autonomous status. The College has applied for the Autonomous
Status to the University Grants Commission, New Delhi and status
is under process.
2. NAAC Accreditation: The College endeavors toward the NAAC Accreditation
as earlier as possible. The College has earned the "Institutional
Eligibility for Quality Assessment (IEQA)" vide letter no.
NAAC/MSS/NR-12-IEQA/2010/ dated June 29, 2010. The College has
submitted SAR (Self Appraisal Report) to NAAC in the month of
December, 2010. The Peer Team of NAAC will visit to the College
on 5-6-7 September 2011 for the Accreditation.
3. Research Centre: With consonance the terminus of systematically,
improving an academic body of knowledge as vision by the Founding
Father of this Institution at very outset, the College is applying
overwhelming attention to research oriented programme. The College
has applied for the Research Centre to Panjab University, Chandigarh
in the Department of Punjabi.