Annual Graduations 2018

Lord Rana Edu City is organizing its Annual Convocation on 5th of March 2018. The function will be attended by more than 500 people, including faculty, students, parents and people from Sanghol and neighbouring villages, towns and cities of Punjab.

The Graduation Ceremonies would commence at 9:00 Am with a warm welcome to all the Guest by Lord Rana. This would be followed by a special lecture delivered by Eminent Historian Prof Thomas G Fraser. The ceremonies would break for much at 1:00pm.


An academic procession will set off from the Main Trustee House Building at 2 PM March 5th, and proceed towards the main function venue.

Grand ceremonies will take place with awards ranging from Graduates and Undergraduate Degrees.  



Our Former Chief Guests


Dr. Scott Slessor

Former Consul General of Canada;

Prof Jaspal Singh

Vice Chancellor Punjabi University

Mr. Brian Garrett

Retired County Court Judge, Belfast High Courts, Northern Ireland, UK

Lord Rana

Conferring Degrees Class of 2014



Lord Rana MBE

As Chairman of the Lord Rana Edu City, I am delighted to welcome you to this Annual Graduation this year. It is a celebration for graduates and postgraduates who study with us on the campus. We do not just talk about lifelong learning – we do it.


We hope you will remember this as a very special day for yourselves and your families and that you will continue to follow the virtues of our Education Complex and enjoy considerable success in many national competitions.


All our teaching is supported by leading edge research. We are one of the Institutions in this part of the country who offer online learning resources for students by Gale Cengage. We hope that in the years to come the Education City will rise well above expectations in providing education of highest international standards.


Our Institutes are growing and we endeavour to open more Institutes in the coming future


Class of 2018, I WISH YOU THE BEST

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The Lecture

Prof Thomas G Fraser MBE


“Trajectory of India’s freedom, from Guru Gobind Singh Ji to Subhash Chander Bose”


Emeritus Professor of History and Honorary Professor of Conflict Research at the University of Ulster since 2006. Provost at the Ulster University Magee campus, 2002-2006. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Professor in History, The New University of Ulster/University of Ulster, 1969-2006. Head of Department of History/School of History, Philosophy and Politics, 1988-1998. Educated at The University of Glasgow (MA, Ewing Prize) and The London School of Economics (PhD in International History, 'The intrigues of the German government and the Ghadr party against British rule in India, 1914-1918').

Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at Indiana University South Bend, 1983-1984. Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society. Authored books, Partition in Ireland, India and Palestine: theory and practice (1984); The USA and the Middle East since World War 2 (1989); The Arab-Israeli Conflict (1995; revised and expanded editions, 2004, 2007; Italian and Spanish editions), Ireland in Conflict 1922-1998 (2000); with Donette Murray, America and the World since 1945 (2002); Chaim Weizmann. The Zionist Dream (2009); with Andrew Mango and Robert McNamara, The Makers of the Modern Middle East (2011), (Turkish edition, 2011). Edited books: The Middle East, 1914-1979 (1980); with Peter Lowe, Conflict and Amity in East Asia (1992); with Keith Jeffery, Men, Women and War (1993); with Seamus Dunn, Europe and Ethnicity (1996); The Irish Parading Tradition: Following the Drum (2000), India's Rural Transformation and Development. Issues, Processes and Direction (2012); with John Hume and Leonie Murray, Peacemaking in the 21st century, (2013). The First World War and its Aftermath: The Shaping of the Modern Middle East.


Lecture Venues


Join with me on the following Dates

6th & 7th June 2018

11AM @ The India International Centre

No.40, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi, Delhi 110003 






Graduation Venue

Cordia Education Campus (Cordia Group of Institutes)

VPO. Sanghol. Tehsil. Khamano.
Distt. Fatehgarh Sahib. Punjab. 140802.
e-mail: Phone No. 01628-269811, 01628-255930

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