Srinivas, a student of Civil Engineering from Guru Nanak Institutions expressed his happiness about the online classes conducted by the college faculty. He said that, "Online teaching reminds me of conventional classroom teaching. It is providing a wider scope for interaction on different topics with the faculty after the class. It is advantageous, as the students are able to clear their doubts. Online teaching is of a great help in the time of crisis, when conventional classroom teaching is not possible .
A few engineering students from GNI took social responsibility by helping poor kids from Matrusri Orphanage located at Vanasthalipuram. The engineering students have established a medical centre at the orphanage for the health of the kids apart from buying essential items for them. The engineering students who took up the responsibility were T. Srinivas, K. Srilatha, Parthasarathi and B. Vivek.
Modern services to account holders - S.K. Karla-Andhra Bank Executive Director Andhra Bank Executive Director S.K. Kalra said that Andhra Bank is trying to provide standard and modern services to its account holders.
Speaking on the occasion, Vice-Chairman of Guru Nanak Institutions, G.S. Kohli said that, Guru Nanak Engg. College was started with 250 students and now it is imparting education to 10000 students. He further added that, keeping in view of students needs Andhra Bank new branch was started at GNI campus. Shri Tavinder Singh Kohli, Chairman-Guru Nanak Engineering College, Narayan Goud, ACP-Ibrahimpatnam, AO - Chary, Andhra Bank Zonal manager- Sankaraiah, Jagadishwar, CI-Ibrahimpatnam, Branch Manager-Rameshbabu and Ananth Kumar participated in this programme.