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Student display their certificates after certificate distribution ceremony in GGN Khalsa College
Student display their certificates after certificate distribution ceremony in GGN Khalsa College
Ludhiana, March 09, 2018 (Iqbal Happy): Department of Computer Science, Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Ludhiana, organised a ‘Certificate Distribution Ceremony’ on the successful completion of six-month Certificate Courses, today. The five courses certified under ISO 9001:2015 are; 1. Certificate in WEB Designing, 2. Certificate in Basic Computing, 3. Certificate in Hardware Assembly and Maintenance, 4. Certificate in Accountancy (Tally), 5. Certificate in Mobile Repairing. Students from the campus itself, from other institutions (having different streams) and the teachers as well pursued these courses. Around 95 students were conferred the certificates. Dr Gurpreet Singh, head of the department, formally introduced all the courses to the audience.

The college Principal, Dr Arvinder Singh, accorded a warm welcome to the Chief Guest, Gurpargat Singh, President, Auto-parts Manufacturing Association, Dr S.P. Singh, General Secretary, Gujranwala Khalsa Educational Council (Former Vice-Chancellor, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar), the teachers and the students. He applauded the endeavours of Department of Computer Science for providing an exposure as well as an opportunity to the students to keep pace with the fast moving world. He told the students that in the era of globalisation, it is mandatory to equip oneself with the skill based courses like these. Dr S. P. Singh expressed his views by saying that this institution has always believed in providing quality education along with equipping the students with skill based education and inculcating the moral values in the students as well.

The chief guest, Gurpargat Singh addressed the students by saying that this institution, celebrating its centenary year, has progressed tremendously. It has always kept a pace with the modern world along with keeping the Sikh ideology of ‘serving the downtrodden, weak and poor sect of the society’ and giving equal opportunity to all to come forward and realise one's dreams.

Prof. Gurprit Singh, HOD, Computer Science told about the importance and future of these skill based courses.