Message from the General Secretary & Correspondent

gen secretary sir

The Guru Nanak Educational Society was established in 1970 by the Founder President Late Lt. Col. G.S. Gill, who was the first Indian Inspector General of Prisons, ¬†along with Late Padmashri P.N Dhawan as the General Secretary and Sardar Manohar Singh Sabherwal¬†as the Treasurer. The registered office is located at Guru Nanak College premises, Velachery, Chennai ‚Äď 42.

The objectives of the society is to impart education to all segments of the society and the motto is very rightly stated as ‚ÄúPro Bono Publico‚ÄĚ, which is the last sentence of the Sikh Prayer ‚ÄúSarbat Ka Bhalla‚ÄĚ, which means ‚ÄúFor the benefit of all‚ÄĚ.

The Guru Nanak Educational Society is the apex body which has founded and manages the following institutions.

(i) Guru Nanak College Рestablished in 1971 as a men’s college and has today grown into a full-fledged co-educational arts and science             college with 22 UG courses and 8 PG Courses and Research leading to Ph.D. catering to the needs of more than 5000 students and 300 teaching and non-teaching staff.

(ii). Guru Nanak Matriculation Higher Secondary School wa started in 1979. It is located adjacent to the college campus and has a strength of 2100 students from all strata of the society and 100 staff.  The school is headed by Mrs. S. Bhuvaneshwari, Principal.

(iii). The Guru Nanak Institute of Management GNIM comprises of two Departments, the MBA and MCA Departments. This institute started in 2005, is affiliated to the University of Madras and is also approved by the All India Council of Technical Education

(iv) The Gill Research Institute (GRI) is an autonomous institute affiliated to the University of Madras and was established in 2005. The Institute is recognized as Centre for Research in Insect and Plant Life.

On behalf of the governing council, The General Secretary and Correspondent Sardar Manjit Singh Nayar takes care of the day-to-day administration of the above institutions.

I am very happy to acknowledge the services of the large number of staff  who have rendered yeoman services in providing education to thousands of students  including a sizable number of first generation learners, over the last four decades.

 Sardar Manjit Singh Nayar

General Secretary & Correspondent