Gujranwala Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology (GGNIMT), Ghumar Mandi  organized ‘Gurmat Smagam’ in virtual modeto mark the beginning of new academic session here today. The event began with the Shri Sukhmani Sahib Path, recited by the teachers and students of the Institute. This was followed by shabad kirtan by a group of college students. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the students attended the event virtually through Social media platform.

The honourable office bearers and distinguished members of Gujranwala Khalsa Education Council (GKEC), including Dr. S. P Singh, Former Vice Chancellor, GNDU, President GKEC graced the occasion with their virtual presence.

  1. Arvinder Singh Hony. General Secretary, Gujranwala Khalsa Educational Council (GKEC) addressed the gathering and reminded the youth of the principles of Sikhism. He motivated them to carry forward the Sikh traditions with honesty, grace and pride. He further guided the students by mentioning that life is a journey and allowing oneself to change and be an open-minded part of that journey will make one’s life more vibrant and successful.

Prof. Manjit Singh Chhabra Director, GGNIMT welcomed the students to the Institute and inspired them to stay connected to their roots. He urged them to work hard and bring laurels to the institute. He also encouraged the students to remember almighty every moment to keep bad habits, worries and unwanted situations at bay. He advised the students to take risks, work with passion, and never give up.

Dr. Harpreet Singh, Principal, GGNIMT inspired the students to acquire education with sincerity and honesty so that it brings good to them and their country. He said that it is only education that can transform one into happy and responsible citizens of the nation. He further advocated that college life should be a perfect blend of studies, extra-curricular and sports activities.  He enjoined the students to not to rush through life and to learn and enjoy every bit of it through the power of focus and concentration. He suggested the students to get rid of ‘aham’(ego), ‘saham’ (Fear) and ‘vaham’(superstition) to live a rewarding life. 

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