Named after 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.
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The College library currently has more than 1,40,000 books. More than 15,000 invaluable Tmanuscripts and other materials on History, Religion and Politics adorn its shelves. The library caters to the needs of not only the 2,700 students of the college but also to many research scholars and academicians from the University of Delhi and outside. The Annual General Budget of the Library is to the sum of Rs. 12,00,000. College provides access to Internet in the Library Reading Room for the students and the
The college has been successful in co-coordinating On Campus placements since 2006. Companies like TCS, Wipro, TechMahindra, IBM Daksh, GenPacT, ICICI Prudential and Ernst and Young have recruited on the basis of On Campus selection. Some Media and Event Management companies have also recruited our students.
The College awards scholarships to deserving and needful students. Funding of these scholarships are from contributions made by the Governing Body, existing and former faculty members and also our alumni. Some of these scholarships are named in dedication of departed family members. A noble way of keeping their memories alive. Below we list scholarships given by the college:
The Smitha Menon Memorial Award The Smitha Menon memorial award was instituted by the father of late Smitha Menon, a student of BA (H) E