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This article is about Khalsa College, Delhi. For the historically important Khalsa College, see Khalsa College, Amritsar. SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi Motto Aagahi Ku Tyagi Established 1951 Type Coeducation Principal Dr. Jaswinder Singh Undergraduates ~2600 Location Delhi, India Campus North Campus Affiliations University of Delhi Website This article relies on references to primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (May 2008) Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College is a constituent college of University of Delhi located in Delhi, India. It is located on Guru Tegh Bahadur Marg, North Campus. It is renowned for its culturally diverse atmosphere balanced with academically strong records. It has one of the best infrastructure among other colleges in the campus, being famous for its auditorium and the cricket ground. The college premises also bears a Gurudwara. The college has undertaken many projects in the field of ciliate biology and has reported new species of protozoans from north-east India. The laboratory has collaborated with Natural History Museum and University of Camerino. The college also offers a dual credential program in Criminal Justice in collaboration with University of the Fraser Valley. Contents 1 History and Evolution 2 Excellence in Sports 3 College Societies 4 College principals 5 Notable alumni 6 Courses Available 7 External links History and Evolution Named after Guru Tegh Bahadur, the 9th Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College is a constituent of University of Delhi. It is a co-educational institution established in the year 1951 by Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee to instill ideals of self-sacrifice and service among the youth. It draws inspiration from the life of the Guru who laid down his life in Delhi to uphold freedom of belief and conscience and whose sacrifice and martyrdom for secular ideas are unique in the annals of our country. The College had a modest beginning and was situated in four rooms in a school in Dev Nagar with 49 students and a faculty of 6 teachers. The College shifted to its present premises in the University Campus in 1973. College Magazine: "The Tegh"; consisting of English, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu sections. Excellence in Sports The College has earned popularity for its excellence in sports and gaming activities. From time to time the students of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College has received invitation to participate in all the international competitions. To facilitate sports, the College authorities have built a spacious playground where students can play various games like Hockey, Cricket, Football, etc. Ample facilities are given for promoting indoor games like Table Tennis, Carrom, Chess and mini Gymnasium. A superb Sports Complex called Sant Harchand Singh Longowal Sports Complex has been built, consisting of sixteen up-to-date gymnasium, with facilities of treadmill and weightlifting. A squash racket room, 3 table tennis rooms, and changing rooms for players also are incorporated within this complex. There is also a seminar room that is delightfully decorated, providing excellent infrastructure for workshops, seminars and associated activities. The college has recently constructed a new floodlit Lawn Tennis court (120X120) at a cost of Rs 23 lakh. The Khalsa Tennis Academy has also been set up to utilize the infrastructure and nurture fresh talents. The academy is being supervised under former Indian Davis Cup Player, Balram Singh. The college, along with Ramjas College and Shri Ram College of Commerce is the one of the rugby training venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games, and hence the sporting facilities are under further upgradation. College Societies Academic Societies: Aakriti - The Zoology Society Raah - Bachelor of Business Economics Society; Fest: Perspica The Commerce Society; Fest: Comzone Ecotryst - The Economics Society; Fest: Pinnacle English Literary Society; Fest: Arabesque Hindi Sahitya Sabha - The Hindi Literary Society; Newspaper: Aagaaz Punjabi Literary Society History Society Physics and Electronics Society Prakriti - The Botany Society Co-curricular / Extracurricular Societies: 'Ankur - The Dramatics Society; Theatre-Fest : Pratyaksh Featuring among some of the best theatre societies in the campus, Ankur which was revived in 1995 with the efforts of Dr. Javed Malik is quite active in producing both stage plays and street plays. Since its inception it has produced various short plays, full length productions and street plays. The team has won several awards including best play, best actor, best direction, etc. at many inter college theatre competitions around the country. Actors at Ankur have been the recipient of Best Actors consecutively for over 7 years in a row now."Aditya Jain", who also was "President" of the group during the remarkable year'08-09, received The Award for Best Actor for the play "Jaayaz Hatyaare". In early 2008, Ankur was invited to Pakistan to represent the University of Delhi at the Second Pak-India Inter-varsity Theatre Festival at the Government College University, Lahore and was critically said to be among the best plays of the festival. Some of the other prestigious festivals where Ankur has performed are the B.V. Karanth Memorial Theatre Festival (NSD), Atelier Youth Theatre Week and the Old World Theatre Festival (India Habitat Center). Currently, the society is under the supervision of Mr Saikat Ghosh (staff convener and teacher, Department of English) and Ullas Samrat (President and student, B.A (Hons.) Economics, IIIrd year). The members are striving to keep the spirit alive with their bit of celebrating theatre with PRATYAKSH-The Annual Theatre festival of the college every year.Pratyaksh which started in 2006 has already registered its name as one of those Inter-College Theatre festivals in which colleges are keen to participate and showcase their Brilliance. Year'08-09, Ankur produced Bade Bhai Sahab (Premchand), Muaavze (Bhishma Sahni), Jaayaz Hatyaare (adaptation of Albert Camus' "Just Assassins") and Aaj Bhi Kal Ke Jaisa Kyun Hai? (street play) and won several accolades over the country for their work. Blog-id— A Glance at past work of ANKUR:- YEAR NAME OF PRODUCTION AUTHOR TYPE OF PRODUCTION TEACHER CONVENER PRESIDENT 1994-95 "Belpatra" Geetanjali Shree Stage Play Dr. Jawed Malik - 1996-97 "Toba Tek Singh" Sahadat Manto Stage Play Dr. Jawed Malik Alok Punjani 1997-98 "Muavze" Bhishma Sahni Stage Play Dr. Jawed Malik Lt. Shiromani Kaushik 1998-99 "Holi" Mahesh Eklunchvar Stage Play Dr. Jawed Malik Kuljeet Singh 1999-00 "Silences" Harold Pinter Stage Play Dr. Jawed Malik Vineet Arora 2000-01 "Saag Meeth" Bhishma Sahni Stage Play Dr. Jawed Malik Ritu Gupta & Siddharth 2001-02 "" Self-Scripted Stage Play Anuj Binodan 2002-03 "Refund" Fritze karinthi Stage Play Ashish singhal 2003-04 "The Jewish Wife" Bertolt Brecht Stage Play Nilima 2004-05 "Mahalaxmi ka pul Krishna Chander Stage Play Sadiq Fazal 2005-06 "Adhure Vaayde" - Stage Play Simrandeep Kaur 2006-07 "Vatanparast" "Bill" Self-Scripted Self-Scripted Stage Play Street Play Mr. Saikat Ghosh Siddharth Gulati 2007-08 "Hatya Ek Aakar ki" "Ghulaam-e-Aazadi" "Maut" "Sikke ke do pehlu" "Bade Bhaaisaab" Lalit Sehgal Self Scripted Self Scripted Self-Scripted Munshi Premchand Stage Play Stage Play Short Play Short Play Stage Play Mr. Saikat Ghosh Gaurav Nagesh 2008-09 "Muaavze" "Jaayaz Hatyaare" "Aaj bhi kal ke jaisa kyu hai" "Hak se maango" Bhishma Sahni Adaptation of Albert Camus' 'The Just Assassins' Self-Scripted Self-Scripted Stage Play Stage Play Street Play Street Play Mr. Saikat Ghosh Aditya Jain 2009-10 "Antigone" "Romeo Juliet aur Andhera" "T.R.P" "Aaj na Chorenge Tujhe" "Karu to Kya" Jean Anouilh Based on Nirmal Verma's translation of Jan Otsenacek's novel, Romeo, Juliet and Darkness Self-Scripted Self-Scripted Self-Scripted Stage Play Stage Play Street Play Street Play Street Play Mr. Saikat Ghosh Trishant Srivastava DADS - The Debate and Discussion Society Anhad - The Divinity Society Environmental Club Dhwani - Musical Society Saaz - Musical Society Vigour - The Bhangra and Gidha Society Renaissance - The Fashion Society Asmi - Choreography and Dance Society College principals G.S. Talib, 1951-1952. Sachdev Singh, 1952-1954. G.S. Mansukhani, 1954-1955. Prof. Niranjan Singh, 1955-1957. G.S. Bal, 1957-1971. G.S. Randhawa, 1971-1988. Udham Singh, 1988. Tirath Singh, 1988-1995. D.S. Claire, 1995-2005. Jaswinder Singh, 2005–present. Notable alumni Saurabh Shukla: Actor, director and scriptwriter. Vivek Mishra: Eminent theatre person; actor and director. Kuljeet Singh: Noted theatre person. Aman Bakshi: Actor, Theatre personality. Rabbi Shergill : Singer and music director. Jasjeet Singh Bagla : Astrophysist, HRI, Allahabad. Arvinder Singh Lovely : Minister of Education & Transport, Delhi Govt. Manjinder Singh Sirsa : Chairman, Municipal Corporation of Delhi. Pallavi Gogoi : Finance Correspondent, Business Week, New York. Anil Kumar Singh : Journalist, Political critic. Nona Walia: Asst. Editor, The Times of India. Siddharth Dutta : Editor, Zee Sports. Afnan Jamal : Promo Producer, NDTV. Colin Fernandes: Author of Viva Santiago and Deputy Editor, Maxim India. Maninder Singh: Former cricketer turned commentator. Shyam Lal : Former gymnast, Represented India twice in Olympics; Arjuna Awardee. Dalbir Singh : Former weight-lifter, Represented India twice in Asian Games; Arjuna Awardee. Vijay Mala Bhanot : Former athlete, Represented India twice in Asian Games; Arjuna Awardee. Mohinder Amarnath : Former cricketer, Man of the Match for the semi-final and the final of the victorious Cricket World Cup 1983; Arjuna Awardee. Yogesh Sharma : Player, Delhi Daredevils, IPL Ashok Dewan: Former hockey player, Member of India's 1975 World Cup winning team. Alok Punjani: Noted Recording and Mixing Engineer. Courses Available B.A. (Hons) Economics B.A. (Hons) English B.A. (Hons) Hindi B.A. (Hons) History B.A. (Hons) Mathematics B.A. (Hons) Political Science B.A. (Hons) Punjabi B.A. (Hons) Business Economics (B.B.E.) B.A. Programme B.Com. (Hons) B.Com. (Pass) B.Sc. (Hons) Botany B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry B.Sc. (Hons) Electronics B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics B.Sc. 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