Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), Sri Amritsar Sahib, the apex body of the Sikhs, with the primary objective of inculcating high ethical values, humanistic outlook, healthy habits and scientific temper among the community, has opened various educational institutions. SGPC which strives for excellence aims at producing not only successful professionals, managers and entrepreneurs but also responsible human beings who care for core human values and ethics. The major contribution of S.G.P.C. lies in providing school and college education accessible to common and needy people in remote and rural areas of Punjab and other states of India. In this direction, an endeavour of SGPC has been the opening of Bibi Sharan Kaur Khalsa College in the historical town of Sri Chamkaur Sahib to commemorate the supreme martyrdom of Bibi Sharan Kaur who holds immense relevance in the Sikh history in the cremation of the two elder Sahibzadas and Sikh martyrs during the historic fight of Mughals and the Sikh army on the sacred land of Sri Chamkaur Sahib. The college is committed to the students as it pledges to provide quality education as well as personality development by grooming students’ talent and leadership qualities, skill development along with imparting ethical values. The highly qualified faculty is dedicated to help students achieve their educational goals. The world-class infrastructure created on the campus provides an ambience conducive to stimulate learning and making the journey towards knowledge more effective. The architecture, classrooms, library, computing facilities, science labs, etc all blend to provide a holistic learning environment to the students.
The college is affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala and Punjab School Education Board, Mohali and is running successfully courses in the streams of Humanities, Science, Commerce and Agriculture.
Students from our college attended an NSS Camp at SGTB Khalsa college , Sri Anandpur Sahib. It was a new learning experience for a
The college invited Prof. Prem Singh Chandumajra, Bibi Satwant Kaur Sandhu, Paramjit Singh Lakhewal along with sarpanchs of a larg
The college celebrated International Yoga Day on 21 June 2018 by performing various asanas and recalling the importance of Yoga in