Life at MGC
Alumini Meet 2019
Mata Gujri College held alumni meet on 15 January 2019, which saw many alumni participating coming from far off places.
On this occasion, Director Principal of the collge, Dr. Kashmir Singh said, “In the progress of any college, alumni play very important role. Where alumni are role model for the students, there they also help needy students to achieve their goals.” He further added, “Where college assists alumni in every possible way, there we hope from them that they are available anytime for the development of the college.”
On this occasion, world-wide president of Mata Gujri College Ex-student Association, S. Pritpal Singh Balu said, “Their association will help every needy student and will not let poverty be hurdle in their studies.” He further added, “Their association also helps helpless, natural disaster affected and homeless people. They also offer medical assistance and this kind of welfare works will remain continue.”
On this occasion, blood donation camp was also organized in which students and staff members participated very enthusiastically. Blood was donated more than 65 units and needy students also got assistance.
On this occasion, Advocate Amarjit Singh Cheema, President, team India, S. Paramjeet Singh Virk, S. Harpal Singh Cheema, Prof. Dhaneshvar Rao, Dr. Savraj and Dr. Joga Singh also shared their views.
On this occasion, S. Jaswant Singh, S. Sarabjeeet Singh Suhagari, S. Satvir Singh, Prof. Bikramjit Singh, Prof. Jupinder Singh, Prof Harjit Singh, Prof. Birinder Singh Sarao and alumni of the college and staff were also present.
Youth Fest 2018
In the Zonal Youth festival and Folk Festival of Fatehgarh Sahib region of Punjabi University, Patiala, Mata Gujri College won the Overall Trophy. SGPC President, Bhai Gobind Singh Longowal congratulated the college on this victory.
Director Principal of the college, Dr. Kashmir Singh, in his congratulatory speech to the winning students, their coaches and teachers said apart from this Overall trophy, the college also won 14 other trophies in different categories. He also said that these competitions not only polish the talent of the students, but also create a sense of team spirit among them. Dean Academic of the college, Prof. Bikramjit Singh Sandhu, said that this win is the indication of the hard work of student and teachers.
Prof. Anupreet Singh, Dean of Cultural Affairs, told that the students participated in all 64 items of this Youth and Folk Festival and made the college proud by winning 22 gold, 26 silver and 10 bronze medals.
In Group Shabd, Group song Indian, Classical vocal, On the spot Painting, Installation, Ghazal, Folk orchestra, Kavishree, Kali singing, Sammi, Luddi, Bhand, Classical Instrument solo, Western group song, Folk song, Mime, Classical dance, Pehrawa Pardarshni, Nalla bunna, Chikku making, Basket making and Rassa kasi, the college held the first position. Abhishek, a student of the college, was awarded as the best actor and another student, Kiran, was entitled the best dancer in Giddha.
Ranjit Singh Libra, Honorary Secretary of the managing committee of the college, while congratulating all said that this victory was only possible because of the effective guidance of the Director Principal and the hard work of the students.