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S.D. (P.G.) College, Panipat, a premier centre of higher learning, giving education up to the PG level with emphasis on all-around development of students. With more than 5000 students in 100 acres of land, S.D (P.G) College is also well-known for the creative and inspiring activities of the students in the campus.
The Girl’s Hostel is situated adjacent to the Girls wing and provides accommodation to about 100 girls students who belong to far off areas. Every care is taken to maintain the quality and nutritional value of meals. A well- furnished common room and reading room give a homely environment to the hostlers.
Education is incomplete unless one identifies and develops talent to the maximum. To put this idea into practice, a number of associations are functioning in college. A talent hunt is launched at the beginning of the session and the students who have flair for any particular performing art are trained.
The infrastructure and facility available on campus are amongst the very best. It is a wholly self-contained campus comprising of everything that students on campus would ever require. Come; see it to believe it.
The objective of a college library is to supplement the instructions imparted in the classroom. It aims to function as an independent teaching agency, encouraging and promoting the use of books.
The college is well equipped with different laboratories namely Physics, Chemistry, Botony, Zoology & twelve air-conditioned Computer labs for use of students under the supervision of respective teachers.
The quality of the academic staff is decisive for the quality of the college. At SD College,Panipat the members of the academic staff come from accomplished backgrounds with vast experience in the field of education.
Co-curricular refers to activities, programs, and learning experiences that complement, in some way, what students are learning in college—i.e., experiences that are connected to or mirror the academic curriculum.
Institutional scholarships emerged as the strongest predictor of student persistence, progression in all models explored. Our scholarship program for higher education consists of both need and merit-based.