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Principal Message


" Dear student, It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to Govt. Degree College,Samba."

College Profile

Govt. Degree College, Samba.affilated to University of Jammu was established in the year 2005, by the Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir. This college is a co-educational institution starting with 94 students in 2005 and now it has 984 students at present. Initially, it was housed in Govt. Higher Secondary School (boys), Samba and in the year 2010,

Vision & Mission

Our Vision, at GDC Samba is to impart the quality education to the students and prepare them for future perspectives.Our Mission is to work like a catalyst of change, remove deficiencies, enhance quality and bring about synergy in academic, administration, infrastructure and support systems.

Welcome -Extra Co-Curricular Activities


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Extra Co-Curricular Activities

In addition to imparting quality education college keeps on organizing various extra co-curricular activities under the umbrella of Literary and Cultural committee. Our students have participated in different cultural and literary activities at University and Inter college level and brought laurels to the institution.

’Lohri is not a religious festival, but a celebration marking the end of an intense winter and it also celebrates the sowing of the rabicrop’

Lohri was celebrated in the college campus of Govt. Degree College with full enthusiasm and fervour. On this occasion bonfire was lighted in the college ground to spread the message of harvesting celebrations with mankind. Dr. S.P.Sharma, the Principal of the college addressed the students that apart from celebrating the good harvest, this festival holds a great social significance and is celebrated as a day of imparting social love to one and all and moreover this festival is considered to be symbol of renewal of life. All the staff and students of the college gathered round the bonfire took parikanna around it and offered prayers by throwing puffed rice, popcorn and other munchies into the fire. Students sung traditional songs which were then followed by dancing.