Welfare Centre


SGT University believes that student well-being is more than academic success and encompasses cultural, social, emotional, and personal development as well.

In order to form a comfortable bridge between the management and the students of the university, the office headed by Prof. (Dr.) Vijay Sharma as the Dean of Students' Welfare (DSW) was established.

The student welfare center keeps working closely with accredited bodies like the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and UGC for programs like Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, and the FIT India Movement. It also conducts many social initiatives and awareness programs on topics like female foeticide, ragging, and human rights.

From the Desk of DSW

Prof Dr. Vijay Sharma

Under the supervision of Dr.Vijay Sharma we have a council of students which work as a team to fit through all the odds and level up performance of the students in all ways. The council is named as Prabndhn. Prabndhn is a council of students which focuses on making all the arrangements for events being organized in the universityor even out sidethe university. From planning to prepare the students,from execution of the event to publicizing the same all is in the hands of this student driven body. By this the students not only inculcate various life lessons but also know how to apply the same in their life.

Prof. (Dr.) Vijay Sharma



Dr. Vijay Sharma

Dean- Student Welfare

Dr. Ashtha Arya

Deputy Dean

Dr. Vidushi Sheokand

Deputy Dean

Ms. Monika Deshwal

Deputy Dean

Ms. Suchandra Gupta

Deputy Dean

Mr. Kaushal Sharma

Deputy Dean

Mr. Vipin Yadav

Office Associate

Mr. Kuldeep Kumar


What SWC does @SGT!

Extra-Curricular Activities

SGT University is a mosaic of bustling activities, adventures, and cultural events! There are a variety of recreational clubs/ societies that engage and propagate these events to make the campus a happening and thriving place. These extra-curricular activities enhance learning capabilities and encourage holistic development while at the same time ensuring a fun and stress-relieving environment for the students. Club activities have been incorporated into the academic curriculum to encourage and motivate students to actively participate.

Students can participate in extracurricular and developmental activities by identifying those who are talented and interested in the areas of music, dance, literature, fashion, arts, social responsibility, theatre, photography, and health. This will help them develop holistically by nurturing their individual talent and providing them with a supportive environment to plan and execute various activities in the said areas. Various cultural fests are organized from time to time within the campus. The major fests worth mentioning are Radha Krishna Sang Phoolon ki Holi, Hariyali Teej, Janmashtami & Dahi Handi Utsav, Diwali Mela and Christmas are the big affairs where the students showcase their talent on stage. In addition to this, the DSW also sponsors the teams and individuals for participation in the various contests and events organized by other Universities in India.

National Cadet Corp (NCC)

The Students' Welfare Centre also established NCC subunit at the university campus under 5 Haryana Battalion which is monitored and functions under the guidance of Mr Vipin Yadav and C.T.O., for social service programs. The NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline, a secular outlook, the spirit of adventure, and ideals of selfless service amongst young citizens. Further, it aims at creating a pool of organized, trained, and motivated youth with leadership qualities from all walks of life, who will serve the Nation regardless of which career they choose. Needless to say, the NCC also provides an environment conducive to motivating young Indians to join the armed forces.

PRABANDHAN - The Student Council of SGT University

The Students' Council of SGT University solely run by the students, works to execute the events, festivals, seminars, workshops, concerts, conventions, and annual fests through meticulous planning. The council involves studying the concepts and themes of the event, identifying its target audience, and coordinating the technical aspects followed by mock drills before actually launching the event.

The process of planning and coordinating the event also includes budgeting, arrangement, site selection, acquiring necessary permits, coordinating transportation and parking, arranging for speakers or entertainers, arranging decor, event security, catering, coordinating with third-party vendors, and emergency plans.

Each event is different in its nature so the process of planning & amp; execution of each event differs from one to another. Events build social and business relationships and give their members the opportunity to meet and interact with different members.

Student Counselling Cell

Students are not alone in encountering difficulties and University has a range of people who can help to support them. Most of the time, one can get support from the friends or family, but sometimes friends or family members are not the right person to help, or the student might not want to overburden them or to share the problem with them. These are two reasons why the University has people with designated welfare role. The Office of Students' Welfare has established a dedicated cell to accommodate students' mental well-being and offers student counselling to address their problems with the assurance to keep it confidential.

Hostel, Canteen and Mess Monitoring Committee

The Hostel and Mess Committee is responsible for providing round-the-clock support to the hosteller students in the campus by ensuring the quality of the food in mess and outstanding infrastructure facilities. The committee look after the management of the hostel related issues, drafting and execution of the mess menu and ensures that the premium quality food is offered, at the mess and the canteens in the campus. Additionally, DSW office act as a bridge between the administration and the students for smooth communication and collaboration. The highest priority of DSW team is to take care of the students' needs and ensure their comfortable stay, at the campus.

Gender Sensitization Committee

In order to promote gender equality, guaranteed by Article 15 of the Indian Constitution, there is a need to change the mode of interaction at all the levels like home, school, college, university, workplace and so on. SGT University believes creating an environment that fosters equal treatment, envisages of Gender Champions among the students from different faculties in the campus. The Gender Champions are envisaged as responsible leaders who will facilitate and enabling environment within the university where all the students are treated with dignity and respect.

Grievance Redressal Cell

The Student Welfare team at University, and other welfare professionals within the wider university, are happy to listen to any concerns that students may have and can offer a strong support with a practical solution. DSW office is always ready to register the grievances of the students and provide them an easy platform to speak about their issues. The sessions are conducted by experienced professionals to help the students and to overcome the challenges faced by them.

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