The Guru Nanak College, (GNC) in a lush green 25-acre campus, cradled between the Raj Bhavan and the campus of the IIT-Madras, facing the Guru Nanak Salai, is located in Velachery, South Chennai - the gateway to the IT expressway of Tamil Nadu.
Guru Nanak College was established in 1971 to commemorate the 500th birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Devji - the founder of the Sikh religion, by the Guru Nanak Educational Society (GNES). (Late) Lt. Col. G.S. Gill was the founder President, (Late) Padmashree P. N. Dhawan was the General Secretary and (Late) Sardar Manohar Singh Sabherwal was the Treasurer. Read More
Dr. M.G. Ragunathan assumed the Post of Principal of the College since 1 st June 2019. He is the 11 th Principal in the succession. He was the Associate Professor and Head of the department of Advanced Zoology and Biotechnology with a teaching and Research experience of nearly three decades. He has obtained his Ph.D Degree in 1996 and his area of specialization is Crustacean.. Read More
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In a glittering ceremony, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Thiru M K Stalin kicked off launched the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the Guru Nanak College in Chennai. Thiru Stalin was received by the senior management of the college, led by President Rajinder Singh Bhasin, General Secretary Manjit Singh Nayar, members of the managing committee of the Guru Nanak Education Society, Principal Dr Raghunathan and Advisor Dr Marlene Morais. Thiru Stalin was presented a Guard of Honour by the NCC cadets of GNC.
We at Guru Nanak Educational Society(GNES), have always been in the forefront during every crisis/calamity/natural disaster situation right from the Tsunami, 2015 Chennai Floods, 2016 Vardah Cyclone, and the first wave of the Covid 19 Pandemic.
The 45th Graduation ceremony of Guru Nanak College (shift I) was held on March 13, 2021. Vice-Chancellor, Dr. S. Gowri was Chief Guest. Mr. Manjit Singh Nayar, General Secretary & Correspondent inaugurated the ceremony. 596 graduates received their degree certificates on this occasion.
Guru Nanak Educational Society and Guru Nanak College received extensive media coverage and appreciation from various important personalities from across the country, for successfully hosting and managing one of the biggest Covid relief camps in Chennai for guest #migrantworkers last year.
The 7th edition of the tournament started on March 8, 2021. A total of 28 teams of women and men played a total of 26 matches in a week. R.K.M. Vivekanandha College (men) and Dr. M.G.R. Janaki College for Women were the winners of the tournament.
Former leader of the opposition and current Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Tr. M.K. Stalin visited Covid relief camp in Guru Nanak College.