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Two days cultural fest "Paniharin" 2023-24 commenced at Guru Nanak Girls PG College, Udaipur on 2nd and 3rd February 2024. Around 100 girls from various departments participated in the program. Riddhi Gamot won the crown of Miss Paniharin. On the first day...

Girl scholars embarked on an enlightening journey to Ahad Museum in Udaipur on January 29th. Guided by the Head of the History Department, Dr. Bhagwati Nagda, and accompanied by Dr. Simmi Singh and Dr. Rod Singh Deora representing Guru Nanak Post Graduate Girls College, The...

On the auspicious occasion of Lord Ram's new idol Pran Pratistha in Ayodhya, Guru Nanak Girls P.G. College campus were lighted with lamps. Various cultural activities were also carried out. Program was inaugurated by Principal Prof. N. S. Rathore. He addressed students and praised...

“Garba is a celebration of culture and happiness”. It is the feminine form of divinity. Students of Guru Nanak Girls P.G. College enjoyed and performed Garba in the college campus. Girls dressed up in the traditional costumes and enjoyed fully on the folksongs. ...

It’s our culture to welcome & introduce new coming students with thrills. Fresher’s Day was celebrated for the new students of I year in Guru Nanak Girls P.G. College on 20th Oct. 2023. Function begins with the lamp lighting ceremony by the Chief Guest...

Under the banner of Meri Mati Mera Desh campaign the NSS students of Guru Nanak Girls P.G. College established Amrit Kalash in the College. In this Amrit Kalash the volunteers collected soil which they brought from their homes. On this occasion the college Vice-Principal...

On Sep, 06 the festival of Janmasthami was celebrated with enthusiasm by the faculty of Education at Guru Nanak Girls P.G. College. The program was inaugurated by Principal Prof. N. S. Rathore by lighting the lamp and garlanding the idol of Krishna. Marvelous performances...

A new vision of Rajasthan 2030 was imagined and presented in the form of speech competition on 6th Sep, 2023 organized by NSS under the Rajasthan Mission 2030. Fifteen students participated and gave speeches along with suggestions regarding how they want to see Rajasthan...