About S.D(P.G) College Panipat
S.D. (P.G.) College, Panipat, a premier centre of higher learning, giving education up to the PG level with emphasis on all-round development of students, stands in the heart of the city at the G.T. Road. Its foundation stone was laid in 1968 by Ch. Bansi Lal, the then Chief Minister of Haryana, in the presence of Swami Gitanandji, the exponent of the holy Gita and the most authentic prophetic voice of Panipat. The college is governed by S.D. Education Society (Regd.) Panipat, which also runs six more educational institutions in the town, all having pre-eminent position in their respective spheres.
When the first batch of graduates passed out in 1971, Joginder Khanna, who later qualified for IPS and rose to the rank of D.G.P., established the reputation of the college by topping in B.Sc. Examination in the Panjab University and set up a glorious tradition which is being followed till date even by the present generation of students. The list given inside the prospectus mentions our star students who have secured Ist position in the University in different examinations. Read More.
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S.D. (P.G.) College, Panipat, a premier centre of higher learning, giving education up to the PG level with emphasis on all-around development of students. With more than 5000 students in 100 acres of land, S.D (P.G) College is also well-known for the creative and inspiring activities of the students in the campus.
Affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra and duly recognized and aided by the State Government and the UGC, SD (PG) College, Panipat, imparts value based quality education in the streams of science, commerce and arts and runs the Undergraduate courses and Post Graduate courses.
The Girl’s Hostel is situated adjacent to the Girls wing and provides accommodation to about 100 girls students who belong to far off areas. Every care is taken to maintain the quality and nutritional value of meals. A well- furnished common room, reading room and television lounge give a homely environment to the hostlers.
Education is incomplete unless one identifies and develops talent to the maximum. To put this idea into practice, a number of subject associations are functioning in college. A vigorous talent hunt is launched at the beginning of the session and the students who have flair for any particular performing art are identified and trained.