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D.A.V. Centenary College, Jalalabad


Giani Gurbax Singh DAV College, Jalalabad (West) owes its origin to Giani Gurbax Singh – a great saint Giani Gurbax Singh Ji joined the company of immortals on February 3rd 1985 at Jalalabad (W). Giani Ji''s followers wanted to put his teachings into practice. They decided to open a Degree College in Jalalabad (W) in his memory. Late Mahant Kartar Singh and the Trustees of Giani Gurbax Singh Charitable Trust approached the D.A.V. College Managing Committee, New Delhi with a request to open the college. The Trust gave 10 acres of land and Rs. 14 lacs for the purpose. Consequently, a team of high dignitaries of D.A.V. College Managing Committee visited Jalalabad. The then Honorable President Prof. Veda Vyasa Ji laid the foundation stone of Giani Gurbax Singh DAV. Centenary College on 1 st January 1986 after performing the holy ceremonies in the presence of a huge gathering which had come to join the function. The college was granted affiliation for under graduate classes in B.A/B.Sc/B.Com by Punjab University. In the session 1998-99 the college has been granted the affiliation of the prestigious course of B.C.A. Now PGDCA information technology and fashion designing has also been added to the ongoing disciplines. The college is the solitary example of beautiful blending of communal harmony. Havana Yajna and Bhog of Sri Akhand Path is simultaneously held in the college. Under the seasoned and experienced guidance, inspriration and motivation of the enlightened DAV: College Managing Committee and Local Advisory committee, the college has now fully blossomed arid has created a niche for its academic, cultural and sports achievements.




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G.G.S. D.A.V. Centenary College, Jalalabad (West)

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