Life at MGC
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.
Teej Fest 2018
Teej festival was celebrated in the premises of Mata Gujri College with great culture and aesthetic gaiety. Dr. Harminder Sodhi, CMO, Fatehgarh Sahib was the chief guest and Mrs. Tarwinderjit Kaur was the special guest of the day.

The function organized by college started with a welcome address by Director Principal Dr. Kashmir Singh, who highlighted the importance

Dr. Harminder Sodhi addressed the students and inspired them to preserve their rich culture and heritage.

Girls wearing traditional and vibrant color dresses splashing the college campus with multicolored rainbow hues performed Punjabi traditional dance. Various competitions like swing, mehndi, kikli, preparing gulgule, malpude were also organised on this occasion, in which the students participated with great zeal and zest.
Ms. Saman Kaur was graced with the title of Miss Teej. Ms. Amanpreet Kaur and Ms. Sandeep Kaur were declared Ist and 2nd Runner Up respectively.

Mrs. Swaranjit Kaur, Mrs. Karamjit Kaur, Mrs. Satinder Kaur, Mrs. Sukhwinder Kaur, Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur, Mrs. Kuldeep Kaur, Mrs. Ravinder Kaur, Mrs. Rajwant Kaur, Mrs. Sulakshna, Mrs. Balveer Kaur and Principal Ramanjeet Kaur graced the occasion with their presence.
Convocation 2018
As many as 943 graduates and undergraduates were conferred degrees and 25 brilliant students honoured with Gold Medal during annual convocation of Mata Gujri College held here on Saturday. Dr. Daljeet Singh Cheema, Former Education Minister, Punjab was the chief guest while Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Khalsa College, Patiala delivered the convocation address.

Addressing the convocation, Dr. Daljeet Singh Cheema urged the youth to follow their great history and adopt positive attitude in life. "Getting education on this great land of martyrs is a big opportunity in itself. This land has not only witnessed the martyrdom of the Mata Gujri ji and younger Sahibzadas but the voice for protection of human rights was also raised from here", said Dr. Cheema.
50th Annual Athletic Meet- 2018
Continuing its legacy of inter-disciplinary excellence, overall growth and development of its students, Mata Gujri College held 50th annual athletic meet. On this occasion, Bhai Gobind Singh Longowal, President, SGPC, Sri Amritsar Sahib, was the chief guest and Dr. Jatinder Singh Sidhu, Director Education, SGPC arrived as special guest. In the prize distribution ceremony, Dr. Gurdeep Kaur Randhawa, Director of Sports, Punjabi University, Patiala was the chief guest. The sports function got off to a spectacular start with flag hoisting, release of colorful balloons and March past in which more than 2000 students of the college participated.

Emphasizing the importance of sports in the students’ life, Bhai Gobind Singh Longowal, President, SGPC, Sri Amritsar Sahib said, “Sports are important part of student life. Sports make us physically healthy as well as teach us discipline, team work, leadership and punctuality and keep youngsters away from bad habits.”

Director Principal, Dr. Kashmir Singh said, “Students of this college, pursuing contemporary academic education are also aware of their culture, history and moral values. They play great role in annual athletic meet and participate with great fervor and it is very proud moment for the college that it has produced great players at the international level.”

Dr. Jatinder Singh Sidhu, Director Education, SGPC, said, “Students should have an aim in their life and pursue those goals with hard work. For this, they should be strong physically as well as psychologically. So students should be motivated towards sports.”