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  • UGI has been a wonderful experience. I learnt a lot here, both academically and personally. My mentors, right from the beginning identified my strengths and provided opportunities galore to refine them. I recommend every aspiring student to experience UGI and enrich their lives.

    Deepshika Kotwal
  • UGI has provided an excellent exposure to us through seminars given by various academicians and experts from industries which groomed us with the real professionalism.

    Anurag Kachroo
    Competent Synergies
  • I thank my department and its faculty members for encouraging me to think globally and spread my wings to take off for the land of rising Sun and I appreciate the support of my College for shaping my career and getting me placed in such big Company.

    HCL Technologies
  • UGI has been a completely enriching experience. I have acquired lot of confidence through various platforms provided by the College such as, Youth Fest , Tech Fest, Virsa etc which gave us opportunity to present our innate creativity and talent.

    Manpreet Singh
    Yamaha Motors
  • UGI has been a place where I found a unique blend of excellence and commitment. In UGI we have Great faculty, excellent facilities and wonderful ambience to learn and groom.

    Ravi Chawla
    Gates India

Interaction with Dr. Daljeet Cheema, Education Minister of Punjab in PTC news channel studio


PTC new channel organised a live chat with Dr.Daljeet Cheema, the Education minister of Punjab on 17th Sep, 2015 in PTC news channel studio. The topic of the chat was corporal punishment. Ms. Rita Sharma anchored this show. Students of B.Ed of Divya shiksha Gurukul College of education participated in it. In the chat show, Students asked the questions about corporal punishment and what remedies the government is going to take to stop corporal punishment in the schools so that due to fear of corporal punishment, students should not drop out from their schools. Dr. Daljeet Cheema, Education Minister of Punjab assured the students that appropriate steps will be taken against guilty teachers and Education department will try to plug the loop holes in deteriorating education system.

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