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Affiliated to I. K.G.P.T.U | NAAC A+ Accredited
Approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
Affiliated to PSBTE & IT

Phone : +91 9914666777
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Work Hours : Mon – Sat, 09:00 – 16:30


Gulzar Group of Institutions

Affiliated to I. K.G.P.T.U | NAAC A+ Accredited
Approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
Affiliated to PSBTE & IT

Phone : +91 9914666777
Email : [email protected]
Work Hours : Mon – Sat, 09:00 – 16:30


Best Practices

Two Best Practices successfully implemented by the Institution

1. Title of the Practice I

  • Improving Employability through Skill Enhancements Programs

2. Objectives of the Practice:

GGI has been actively involved in process of bridging the gap between academia and the ever-changing expectation of industries through Skill Enhancements Programs.
The main objective of these programs are as follows:

  • To enhance skills like communication, interpersonal behavior, leadership, and team member.
  • To provide hands-on training to the students on the technical skills required by industry and also in new emerging areas
  • To expose the students to industry culture and environment.
  • To inculcate the capability of problem defining, analyzing, and their solution
  • To promote entrepreneurship skills among students

2. The Context:

The New Education Policy emphasizes “to make India a knowledge superpower by equipping its students with the necessary skills and knowledge”. On the other hand Employability Survey 2019 report by “Aspiring Minds” reveals that 80% of Indian engineers are not fit for any job. The industry’s expectations keep on changing. New emerging areas like AI, ML, Data Science, IoT, etc are changing in the world very fast.

These all factors become a prerequisite for us to focus on the enhancement of students’ employability skills. It cannot be merely possible by conducting a few soft skill classes or a few technical workshops. We inculcate the employability skill enhancement classes ( including soft, technical, and entrepreneurial skills ) in the class timetable. We emphasize equally designing the curriculum, delivering, and evaluating the same, with an aim to transform fresh graduates into readily employable professionals

3. The Practice:

We as a policy focus on the enhancement of the following skills for improving employability:

  • Technical skill development
  • Soft skills development
  • Industry Exposure
  • Entrepreneurial Skills
      • Add-on programs: The Department carefully considers the university curriculum to be delivered and identifies the gap in the curriculum to make the students industry-ready. The following procedure is adopted by the Department to implement the Add-on program/Training manuals:
          • Review the University curriculum and industry requirements
          • Identify skills required to bridge the gap between academia and industry.
          •  Prepare a curriculum (minimum 30 hrs) and a plan of delivery.
          • Identify faculty competency in the proposed area and/or propose a faculty skill enhancement plan.
          • Identify resources required to conduct the program

        As a policy in each semester (3rd-semester onwards), an Add-on program/Training manual that is not a part of the university curriculum is added to the regular timetable.

      • Technical Workshops: Every department plans at least 02 Technical workshops on the emerging areas of the technology using the expertise of faculty or industry persons to enhance the students’ technical skills. These workshops cater to the need for employability skillsTechnical Skill Development:
  • Soft Skills Development: 
  • Industry Exposure:
  • Entrepreneurial Skills:

5. Evidence of Success

Due to the socio-economic background of the students, they have mental blocks about their own capabilities and potential. With planned and rigorous efforts from the beginning, we are somehow able to break their mental blocks.
Problems encountered in the implementation are as follows:

  • Being a noncredit course, sometimes students’ attendance becomes an area of concern.
  • Some times availability of trainers for the ever-changing requirements of industry and emerging areas becomes a challenge
  • Industry collaborations and participation of students in industry-related activities sometimes become a challenge
  • The influence of the mother tongue on the communication process is a challenge.

Resources available:

  • Exclusive Training and Placement Cell
  • Learning and Development Department to cater to the needs of soft skills
  • Industry collaborations for guest lectures and industrial visits
  • E- Cell
  • Industry Institute Interaction Cell
  • Institution’s Innovation Council

1. Title of the Practice II:

Improving Student’s Engagement through Participation in Extracurricular Activities

2. Objectives of the Practice:

Our aim is not just to provide good academics to the students but also to provide them with good opportunities to explore their hidden talents and make them confident to face the competitive world.
The main objective of these activities are as follows:

  • To allow students to pursue interests outside of a standardized academic context.
  • To enhance physical, emotional, and mental strength.
  • To enhance skills like Time Management, Team Work, and Communication.
  • To give the lesson to accept failure and learn from every failure.
  • To give a sense of responsibility and respect for the other’s culture and community.

2. The Context:

We have diverse students from Urban, Peri-Urban, and Rural areas across almost all states of the country and abroad also, that’s too from vernacular backgrounds. This diversity is the strength of the campus and at the same time a challenge to channelize the energy of the students in the right direction.

In this context, student engagement become an important area for us, and the same is one of our Mission statements “Provide students avenues for soft skill development, social, cultural and sporting engagements to ensure a holistic development”. The philosophy behind it draws inspiration from the Chinese proverb “Teach me, and I will forget, Show me, and I might remember, involve me, and I will never forget”. We provide opportunities to students at Department, college, inter-college, and university level to showcase their skills and talent. We in a planned manner organize activities like cultural, sports, literary, and Community events.

3. The Practice:

GGI envisions and aims for the holistic development of all students. We strongly believe that learning equally happens in classrooms/laboratories and outside these boundaries also.
We have inculcated the extracurricular activities in the Institute and Departmental Academic Calendar to conduct activities in the planned manner along with regular academic.

A few of the regular extracurricular activities are as follows:

  • Robomania ( Annual Techno Cultural Fest)
  • World Students’ Day
  • Gulzar Sports League
  • Anubhav( Fresher Party)
  • Udbodh
  • Rangmanch
  • NSS activities
  • NCC activities
  • Hostel Nights
  • Youth Festival
  • Business Mania
  • Community activities
  • Departmental Activities

GGI organizes a National-level Techno Cultural Fest named “Robomania” annually in the month of February-March. Robomania is a unique opportunity for students. It is the fusion of co-curricular and extracurricular activities. This two-day event is organized at a majestic level and ends with a Star Night. This event is coordinated by students only starting from deciding the venue, list of events, student registrations, participants in the plethora of events offered, backstage, to finalizing the star name for star night.


World Students’ Day is another Techno Cultural event organized in the campus on 15th October on the Birth Anniversary of our beloved former President Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam. Special about this event is it does not only provide the platform to our students but also to the students of nearby Schools students.


Gulzar Sports League is a unique initiative taken by GGI. Gulzar Sports League is a sports competition that is organized throughout the Academic year between the Departments. Every Department team participates in the sports like Cricket, Football, Hand Ball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess, and athletics. The final results will be declared on the basis of the overall Points Table.


Udbodh and Rangmanch are again two unique initiatives taken by the institute. In Udbodh students get an opportunity to interact with Social Workes like S. Swaiman Singh, Ms. Nirmat Kaur, Mr. Anand Arnoid, Dr. Sujit Patar, Mr. Kulwant Dhaliwal, Dr. Biswaroop Roy, and many more. In Rangmanch students get the opportunity to meet with celebrities like S. Bir Singh, Mr. Malkit Rauni, Ms. Mannat Noor, Mr. Guggu Gill, and Many More. During the talk. During the program interesting interactions make our students inspired to work hard in life and do serve society in a fitting manner.

The National Service Scheme (NSS) organizes community service activities & programs. A few examples of extension activities of the NSS unit in the neighborhood community are –

  • Annual NSS camp
  • Fire safety awareness camp
  • Road safety awareness activities
  • Anti-drug awareness camp
  • Water harvesting awareness
  • Importance of voting
  • Woman Empowerment
  • Tree plantation
  • Village Cleanliness

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) unit of the college aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, and spirit. A few examples of extension activities of the NCC unit are:

  • NCC Camp
  • Kargil Vijay Diwas
  • Republic Day
  • Independence Day
  • Tree plantation
  • Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
  • Yoga Day

Every Department also organizes the Departmental Level events as per their student’s interests and requirements.

4. Evidence of Success

  • Enhancing the number of participants in extracurricular activities
  • Enhancing the number of participants in University Youth Festivals.
  • More acquisition of positions in University Youth Festivals.
  • Increase in the number of positions aquired in University Sports Meet.
  • Appreciation Certificate by NCC to institute and students.
  • Appreciation Certificate by local Village Sarpanch for extension activities held by the institute.


The above help us to increase the satisfaction level of our students as a result retention is increased discernibly. As evidence students’ participation and positions won in the University Youth Festival and Sports Meet are increasing every year.

5. Problems encountered and Resources Required

Due to the rigorous Academic Schedule its not always easy to plan the extracurricular activities around the year, but the strategy adopted by the Department of Students Welfare after involving the Students’ club make it possible.
Problems encountered are as follows:

  • To identify the schedule for extracurricular activities without disturbing the academics.
  • Many students are reluctant to participate in the events, sometimes the same set of students organize all events.
  • To find and get time from the social workers and celebrities for the events like Udhboodh and Rangmanch.
  • The students require motivation to participate in extracurricular activities to upgrade their level of thinking and participation

Resources available:

  • Department of Students Welfare has very close proximity with students
  • Sufficient Budget Allocation.
  • Active Students Clubs.
  • Available infrastructure to host the University Youth Festivals.
  • Tie up with local authorities for the Sports facilities.
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