The College organized many cultural programmes . Our students also participated in cultural activities organized by the other institutions and organizations.Our College has Organized Panjab University Youth and Heritage Festival in September (24th to 27th SEP. 2017).Our students participated in various National, State and University level functions and competitions and won laurels for the institution.
Zonal Youth Festival and Heritage Festival of Panjab University Ludhiana Zone-A:
During this session our college Participated in a big way in the Zonal Youth Festival and Heritage Festival of Panjab University Ludhiana Zone-A held at Guru Nanak National College, Doraha. In this Festival large number of our students participated in 60 items and won many prizes and also a winner of Overall Trophy.
Zonal Youth and Heritage Festival of Zone-A inaugurated at GNN College Doraha.Member Parliament Harinder Singh Khalsa inaugurated the first day of the festival. Apart from congratulating the college authorities for taking the initiative to conduct the festival, he exhorted the youth to be up and doing rather than waiting for an opportunity to strike at their doorstep. He said that teachers should understand their responsibility towards the students as the parents send them to study from them with trust and faith.
Principal Dr. Narinder Singh Sidhu welcomed the guests, participating teams and their contingent incharges. He also relived the dream of the founder president of the college Dr Ishwar Singh who wished to promote rural talent in a multifarious manner.
Dr.Nirmal Jaura, Director, Youth Services, Panjab University shared that Guru Nanak National College is the only college which has hosted most of the zonal and inter zonal festivals from time to time. “It is always a pleasure for the participating teams to perform at GNN College and the systematic way in which the college does it all is worth appreciating,” he added. Vice President Jagjiwan Pal Singh Gill and General Secretary Harpratap Brar too spoke on the occasion.
On the second day of Youth and Heritage Festival of Ludhiana Zone-A, theatrical items such as drama and histrionics were the main attraction on the main stage of Dr Ishwar Singh Memorial Hall of Guru Nanak National College Doraha while music items such as percussion and non percussion were performed on the open stage side by side.
The chief guest for the morning session SP(Headquarters)Khanna Balvinder Singh Bhikhi apart from congratulating the college authorities for taking the initiative to conduct the festival, he exhorted the youth to be up and doing rather than waiting for an opportunity to strike at their doorstep. The chief guest for the evening session was former minister Ishar Singh Mehrabaan who asked the students to make the best use of their time lest they should have to repent afterwards. The guest of honour DSP(Special Branch) Sarabjit Kaur Bajwa too exhorted the students to realize their potential to the best and be charged enough to handle very responsibility.
SSP, Police District Khanna Navjot Singh Mahal was the chief guest of the morning session. He shared that the students should channelize their energies by participating in cultural activities and sports, rather than spoiling their lives by indulging in anti social activities. “The youth should stay away from drugs if they wish to do something worthwhile for the nation and prove themselves worthy of it,” he said. MLA, Samrala, Amrik Singh Dhillon, the chief guest for the evening session too exhorted the students to participate with a positive spirit and avoid indulging in unhealthy competition.
Principal Hardaljit Singh Gosal, Principal R.S Jhanji, Principal Dharam Singh, Principal D S Gosain, Principal Gurbkshish Singh, Executive Administrator of the College Roopinder Brar, Senior Vice President Jogeshwar Singh Mangat, Joint Secretary Adarsh Pal Bector, Executive committee member Harjiwan Pal Singh Gill, Joginder Oberoi, Navneet Singh, Ravinder Singh Malhans were especially present.
The chief guest for the morning session SDM Payal Paramjit Singh was
enamored to observe a huge number of participants exhibiting their
talent in one form or the other on the stage. He congratulated the
college management and, principal and staff for holding such a
cultural extravaganza in the college. The chief guest for the evening
session was Former Transport Minister Punjab Tej Parkash Singh Kotli
who apart from congratulating the college authorities for taking the
initiative to conduct the festival, exhorted the students to gird up
their loins to exhibit their talent in a bigger way and carve a niche
for themselves and the institution. MLA Payal Lahvir singh Lakha, the
alumni of the college expressed great satisfaction that the college
has risen to such height were the talent is promoted to the best
possible capacity. He assured that he would extend every possible
support to the college as and when needed. MLA Khanna Gurkirat Singh
Kotli and President Municipal Council Doraha Bant Singh Daburjee were