KMV Jalandhar (Autonomous)  |   09814406986, 09464973737| kmvoffice1886@gmail.com

  • Star College by DBT (Govt. of India)
  • Designated College with Potential for Excellence
  • Accredited ‘A’ by UGC-NAAC
  • Kaushal Kendra by UGC, MHRD, Govt. of India
  • First College under GNDU to have been granted Kaushal Kendra

Department of Student Welfare

Primary Objectives

The primary objective of Department of Student Welfare (DSW) is to bring about and maintain the welfare of the student community by not only addressing the concerns of the students and effectively solving their problems but also striving to make the students understand their unique capabilities and helping them develop their skills and capabilities. DSW fully addresses the academic, social and personal concerns of students via interaction in different forms.

Objectives/ Duties/ Functions

  • DSW will look into all matters pertaining to student attendance and submit the recommendations to office for consideration
  • Will observe that the policies drafted and framed are student-friendly
  • The Student Welfare teachers will be available throughout the working hours to cater to the problems, needs and requirements of students
  • Teachers will be available throughout the working hours to deal with the parents and satisfactorily look into their issues
  • Student mentoring will be a continous process and DSW will ensure that Mentoring is being carried out in all earnestness
  • DSW will look into the matters of resident life in co-ordination with Dean, Resident Life
  • DSW will help in the formation of the Student Council- the student leadership body. DSW will guide and allocate duties to student council members to facilitate them to work in accordance with the mimin of the college
  • Will plan Annual days
  • Will carry our surprise checks for time table execution
  • Will arrange extra remedial classes for weak students and advance classes for bright students as per their requirement
  • Will conduct regular canteen inspection to check the food quality and will ensure that all eatables are served in hygienic conditions
  • Along with the counselling cell the DSW will provide regular counselling to students
  • The Book Bank under the aegis of DSW will provide free syllabus related books to the students throughout the session
  • Lost & Found Cell run by DSW will provide service to the student community by helping them find their lost items
  • Will heed to the complaints and concerns of the students along with the Grievance Redressal Cell
  • Anti Ragging Cell of DSW will ensure that the campus in ragging free
  • Along with Saplings of Life Club, Student Wellness Club, Red Ribbon Club, Swahhchta Club and Stress Buster Club will carry out activities and projects to sensitize students on various environmental, social and women related issues
  • DSW will ensure that public utilities and other facilities are available to the students
  • Will plan student scholarship issues along with the scholarship incharge and ensure that students get the maximum benefit of these scholarships
  • Will organize regular annual events for the well being of student community like eye-checkup, dental camp, hb test, BP check-up etc.
  • Celebrate important national and international days
  • Organise welcome and farewell functions and other functions for the students
  • Ensure upkeep of notice boards and display boards to ensure that all relevant and important information reaches the students
  • Will provide ample opportunities to the student community which are instrumental in their holistic development

Office Bearers

                            Dean Student Welfare   Dr. Madhumeet
                            Members     Mrs. Rashmi Sharma
Dr. Neetu Chopra
Mrs. Sadhna Tandon
Dr. Iqbal Kaur
Dr. Pardeep Arora
Dr. Sonik Bhatia
Ms. Radhika

Cells

  • Anti-Ragging Cell

    Anti Ragging Cell

    Office Bearers

    Dr. Madhumeet Kaur      9646776108      madhumeet108@gmail.com

    Mrs. Suman Khurana       9855204214  kmvskhurana@gmail.com

    Mrs. Rashmi Sharma        9417013777    rashmi3871@yahoo.co.in

    Mrs.  Amarjot Kaur           9915545935     amarjotkaur21@yahoo.com

    Anti Ragging Cell follows the following policies / guidelines to curb ragging in the campus

    • Each year it is clearly mentioned in the prospectus that ragging is banned in this institution and any one indulging in ragging is likely to be punished
    • Every year all the students submit an online undertaking at UGC site. antiragging.in or www.amanmovement.org
    • Anti ragging committee, consisting of senior faculty members and hostel authorities and senior students of student council, keeps a continuous watch and vigil over ragging so as to prevent its occurrence.
    • Phone numbers and e-mail ids of office bearers are given on the website and banners are displayed at different locations in the college campus for the convenient approach of students.
    • Sensitization programs for students against ragging are organized. The principal and the teaching staff interact with the freshers and take them in confidence by apprising them of their rights as well as obligations to fight against ragging.
    • All vulnerable locations in the college like canteen, lawn etc. are identified and specially watched during the working hours as well as non-working hours.
    • Awareness posters and banners are maintained at prominent places
    • Night duty of warden in the hostel
    • CCTV cameras are installed in number of places in the institute to keep the check on the activities of students in corridors, library and other important places.
    • Checking duties are assigned to all CR’s and members of student council to keep the check on various activities of students.
    • Disciplinary committee of college faculty involved in testing out the behaviour and actions of the students.
    • A complaint box is there in the campus where students can give their points if they hesitate to see the faculty directly.
    • The member of Student Welfare are available throughout the working hours to redress the grievance of students, if any.

     

     

     

     

  • Lost and Found Cell

    Lost and Found Cell

    The Lost and Found Cell is working under the aegis of Student Welfare Department since its inception. The sole aim of this cell is to take care of all the lost things of the students. The students are time and again reminded to deposit all the lost valuables with this cell. Then these lost items are given to the students who can claim the things to be theirs.

    This cell had been operational since long. Year after year, this cell had been benefitting students. Any student who comes across a lost item which is unacknowledged, deposits the same in the Lost and Found Cell. Then this lost item is claimed by a recipient student who can tell its specifications to claim the lost item. These items include various valuable items as water bottles, spectacles, wallets, books, key chains, pens, umbrellas, money, notebooks, I-cards, laptops, chargers and many more.

    Till date around 85 valuable items had been found and handed safely among the students in 2017-18. The students feel secured that there is such a cell which can take care of their lost valuables. Though this cell is not only catering to the needs of the students but is also helping them becoming more responsible and active.

     

  • Counselling Cell

    Counselling Cell

    Kanya Maha Vidyalaya is also a training ground for the students to develop leadership qualities and skills of good governance. The Student Council of the College helps the students learn and practice skills of democratic representation and participation and makes them feel involved and responsible. It is an elected body to represent the student community of KMV. It aims to in the students.

    Every year class representatives, elected by the students of each class, form the Student Council which begins functioning after the Investiture & Oath Ceremony. Executive office bearers of the Council include Head Girl, Vice Head Girl, Associate Head Girls and Faculty Prefects. All members are divided into committees like Discipline, Campus Beautification, Event Management, Mentoring, Library etc. Each committee has an agenda to work upon and is headed by Captains from all the faculties who oversee the work of these committees.

    Role of the Student Council

    • Organise campus tours for the newcomers to the College in the beginning of the new session and escort them throughout the campus in small groups to familiarize the new students with the layout of their classes and other campus facilities
    • Perform regular duties for discipline and cleanliness in free periods as per the allotment by the office bearers in consultation with the teachers.
    • Help in controlling the misuse of mobile phones and other electronic devices by the students.
    • Act as a channel between the students of their class and the administration for passing on of information as well as grievance handling and redressal
    • Work as incharges and help in the smooth functioning of various clubs of the Dept. of Student Welfare like Readers’ Club, Saplings of Life Club, Red Ribbon Club, Book Bank etc.
    • Perform various duties assigned to them during all the major functions of the college like International & National Seminars, Saraswati Puja, Amar Jyoti, Prize Distribution, Convocation, College Fete and many more.
    • Organize events like Lohri Celebration, Talent Hunt and other festivals and celebrations independently in consultation with the teachers incharge.
    • Manage relief activities like collection of donations and funds from the students for national calamities like floods, earthquakes etc.
    • Assist in obtaining and filling up of feedback forms from the students regarding various academic and co-academic aspects of the college.
    • Help in spreading information about new courses and other reforms and changes taking place in the college to the students as well as the masses

    Teachers Office Bearers

    1. Madhumeet
    2. Rashmi Sharma
    3. Neetu Chopra

     

  • Grievance Redressal Cell

    Grievance Redressal cell Guidelines

    The main aim of grievance redressal cell is to make student’s stay in Kanya Maha Vidyalaya comfortable and stress free. The college has a multi-layered student grievance redressal system.

    Students having a problem approach the academic and general counselling cell at her departmental level.

    The suggestions / grievance by the students/ parents can also be sent to the college website.

    Problems related to the well being to the students which required urgent attention can be submitted directly to the dean students welfare.

    Student’s suggestions that cannot be resolved are referred to the committee

    The main aim of the committee is to provide timely solution to the grievances forwarded to this committee

    The problem should be solved in a week.

    The committee will meet at least twice a year.

     

  • Cell Against Sexual Harassment

    Cell Against Sexual Harassment

    Cell Against Sexual Harassment has been established by Kanya Maha Vidyalaya to provide a healthy and congenial atmosphere to the staff  and students of the College. It extends reassuring support to the staff and students not only in the college premises but beyond also.

    Committee for the Cell against Sexual Harassment deals with issues relating to Sexual harassment. The committee is formed to prevent sexual assault, rape and other related crimes on girl students or the female staff.

    The cell was constituted to meet the basic objectives:

    • To develop the guidelines and norms for a policy against sexual
    • To develop principles and procedures for combating sexual harassment.
    • To organize gender sensitization awareness programme.
    • To deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized

    The In-charges and Members of the Cell against Sexual Harassment committee are as follows:

    In-charges:

    • Dr Madhumeet (Dean, Student Welfare)
    • Neeti kapoor (Head, Department of Home Science)

    Administration Committee:

    • Ashoo Bajaj
    • Ms Mani Khera
    • Ashima Sahni
    • Radhika

    Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexually determined behavior (whether directly or by implication) such as:

    • Verbal or Physical Threats
    • Insulting, Abusive, Embarrassing or Vulgar Comments
    • Offensive gestures, Language, Rumors, Gossip or Jokes.
    • Isolation or Exclusion from normal work or study place.
    • Publishing, Circulating or Displaying pornographic, Racist, Sexually suggestive or Otherwise offensive pictures or other materials.
    • Unwanted physical contact, ranging from an invasion of space to a serious assault.

    The following is also sexual harassment and is covered by the Cell against Sexual Harassment:

    • Eve-teasing
    • Talks causing or likely to cause awkwardness or embarrassment
    • Innuendos and taunts
    • Touching against any part of the body in inappropriate manner or molestation
    • Physical confinement against one’s will and any other act likely to violate one’s privacy

    The Committee Members of Cell against Sexual Harassment have the following Functions and Responsibilities:

    • Promote measures aimed at achieving gender equality, removal of gender bias or discrimination, sexual harassment and other acts of gender based violence.
    • Organize awareness programmes and campaigns for the benefit of all members of the College on sexual harassment and gender based discrimination.
    • Fulfil the directives of and guidelines issued by the Supreme Court to create an academic and work environment that is free of sexual harassment or gender-based discrimination.
    • Receive and redress complaints received from any member of the College (including students, research scholars, staff, hostel residents and outsiders on College premises) alleging sexual harassment by another member(s) of the College.
    • Conduct formal inquiry and investigate and take decisions up on each complaint and recommend appropriate punishment or action to be taken, by the appropriate authority, in each instance.
    • Engage the services of a professional or other expert in the course of performing its functions.
    • Ensure that all information pertaining either to complaints registered and the proceedings and findings of any inquiries and/ or investigation are kept strictly confidential.

     

  • National Graduate Examination Cell

    National Graduate Physics Examination

    Only national level examination testing students in theory and experiment conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers. It includes the individual own’s assessment at India level. Solutions of the question paper in printed form are provided to coordinator for every participant after one month to the date of examination. Students of B.Sc I, II and III having Physics as a subject are eligible for the examination.

                       Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar has been at the fore front in imparting quality education to the students. Students are encouraged to participated in various competitions. Under the able guidance of dynamic Madam Principal Dr. Atima Sharma, under graduate students of  our college participated in National Graduate Examination in Physics (NGPE) conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers( IAPT).

    Our under graduate students compete at national level with UG students of Miranda house (Delhi), St. Stefan college (Delhi), Punjab University (Patiala), BHU (Varanasi) etc and brought laurels to the institute.

    A number of scholarships (subject to a maximum of 5) have been instituted to encourage students to take-up physics as a career. Those who seek admission in M.Sc. (physics) after NGPE, are eligible for these scholarships.

    1. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, allows direct admission to toppers in NGPE, after an interview, in their integrated Ph.D. programme.

    Certificates & Awards

    • Top 10% at each centre: Centre Topper Certificate
    • Top 1% at State Level: State Topper Merit Certificate
    • Top 1% at National Level: National Topper Merit

                                                      Certificate & Book Prize

    • Top 5 students in India: Merit Certificate + Gold

                                                 Medal+ 10,000/- Cash Award

    • Top 25 will be eligible for appearing in NGPE Part-c Examination -2015 (an examination in experimental skill) for selection for GOLD MEDAL and Scholarship (Max. 5 in Number ) worth Rs 10,000/- for pursuing higher studies in Physics .TA is paid and free loading in arranged.
    • Top 25 will have eligibility for a interview for Admission in Post-B.Sc. Integrated Ph.D. Programme in Physical Science of S N BOSE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR BASIC SCIENCES , KOLKATA, (Only BSc III year student with more than 60% marks)

    For more details see website – http://bose.res.in /admission.htm or write on email to admission@bose .res.in

Anti-Ragging Cell

Anti Ragging Cell

Office Bearers

Dr. Madhumeet Kaur      9646776108      madhumeet108@gmail.com

Mrs. Suman Khurana       9855204214  kmvskhurana@gmail.com

Mrs. Rashmi Sharma        9417013777    rashmi3871@yahoo.co.in

Mrs.  Amarjot Kaur           9915545935     amarjotkaur21@yahoo.com

Anti Ragging Cell follows the following policies / guidelines to curb ragging in the campus

  • Each year it is clearly mentioned in the prospectus that ragging is banned in this institution and any one indulging in ragging is likely to be punished
  • Every year all the students submit an online undertaking at UGC site. antiragging.in or www.amanmovement.org
  • Anti ragging committee, consisting of senior faculty members and hostel authorities and senior students of student council, keeps a continuous watch and vigil over ragging so as to prevent its occurrence.
  • Phone numbers and e-mail ids of office bearers are given on the website and banners are displayed at different locations in the college campus for the convenient approach of students.
  • Sensitization programs for students against ragging are organized. The principal and the teaching staff interact with the freshers and take them in confidence by apprising them of their rights as well as obligations to fight against ragging.
  • All vulnerable locations in the college like canteen, lawn etc. are identified and specially watched during the working hours as well as non-working hours.
  • Awareness posters and banners are maintained at prominent places
  • Night duty of warden in the hostel
  • CCTV cameras are installed in number of places in the institute to keep the check on the activities of students in corridors, library and other important places.
  • Checking duties are assigned to all CR’s and members of student council to keep the check on various activities of students.
  • Disciplinary committee of college faculty involved in testing out the behaviour and actions of the students.
  • A complaint box is there in the campus where students can give their points if they hesitate to see the faculty directly.
  • The member of Student Welfare are available throughout the working hours to redress the grievance of students, if any.

 

 

 

 

Lost and Found Cell

Lost and Found Cell

The Lost and Found Cell is working under the aegis of Student Welfare Department since its inception. The sole aim of this cell is to take care of all the lost things of the students. The students are time and again reminded to deposit all the lost valuables with this cell. Then these lost items are given to the students who can claim the things to be theirs.

This cell had been operational since long. Year after year, this cell had been benefitting students. Any student who comes across a lost item which is unacknowledged, deposits the same in the Lost and Found Cell. Then this lost item is claimed by a recipient student who can tell its specifications to claim the lost item. These items include various valuable items as water bottles, spectacles, wallets, books, key chains, pens, umbrellas, money, notebooks, I-cards, laptops, chargers and many more.

Till date around 85 valuable items had been found and handed safely among the students in 2017-18. The students feel secured that there is such a cell which can take care of their lost valuables. Though this cell is not only catering to the needs of the students but is also helping them becoming more responsible and active.

 

Counselling Cell

Counselling Cell

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya is also a training ground for the students to develop leadership qualities and skills of good governance. The Student Council of the College helps the students learn and practice skills of democratic representation and participation and makes them feel involved and responsible. It is an elected body to represent the student community of KMV. It aims to in the students.

Every year class representatives, elected by the students of each class, form the Student Council which begins functioning after the Investiture & Oath Ceremony. Executive office bearers of the Council include Head Girl, Vice Head Girl, Associate Head Girls and Faculty Prefects. All members are divided into committees like Discipline, Campus Beautification, Event Management, Mentoring, Library etc. Each committee has an agenda to work upon and is headed by Captains from all the faculties who oversee the work of these committees.

Role of the Student Council

  • Organise campus tours for the newcomers to the College in the beginning of the new session and escort them throughout the campus in small groups to familiarize the new students with the layout of their classes and other campus facilities
  • Perform regular duties for discipline and cleanliness in free periods as per the allotment by the office bearers in consultation with the teachers.
  • Help in controlling the misuse of mobile phones and other electronic devices by the students.
  • Act as a channel between the students of their class and the administration for passing on of information as well as grievance handling and redressal
  • Work as incharges and help in the smooth functioning of various clubs of the Dept. of Student Welfare like Readers’ Club, Saplings of Life Club, Red Ribbon Club, Book Bank etc.
  • Perform various duties assigned to them during all the major functions of the college like International & National Seminars, Saraswati Puja, Amar Jyoti, Prize Distribution, Convocation, College Fete and many more.
  • Organize events like Lohri Celebration, Talent Hunt and other festivals and celebrations independently in consultation with the teachers incharge.
  • Manage relief activities like collection of donations and funds from the students for national calamities like floods, earthquakes etc.
  • Assist in obtaining and filling up of feedback forms from the students regarding various academic and co-academic aspects of the college.
  • Help in spreading information about new courses and other reforms and changes taking place in the college to the students as well as the masses

Teachers Office Bearers

  1. Madhumeet
  2. Rashmi Sharma
  3. Neetu Chopra

 

Grievance Redressal Cell

Grievance Redressal cell Guidelines

The main aim of grievance redressal cell is to make student’s stay in Kanya Maha Vidyalaya comfortable and stress free. The college has a multi-layered student grievance redressal system.

Students having a problem approach the academic and general counselling cell at her departmental level.

The suggestions / grievance by the students/ parents can also be sent to the college website.

Problems related to the well being to the students which required urgent attention can be submitted directly to the dean students welfare.

Student’s suggestions that cannot be resolved are referred to the committee

The main aim of the committee is to provide timely solution to the grievances forwarded to this committee

The problem should be solved in a week.

The committee will meet at least twice a year.

 

Cell Against Sexual Harassment

Cell Against Sexual Harassment

Cell Against Sexual Harassment has been established by Kanya Maha Vidyalaya to provide a healthy and congenial atmosphere to the staff  and students of the College. It extends reassuring support to the staff and students not only in the college premises but beyond also.

Committee for the Cell against Sexual Harassment deals with issues relating to Sexual harassment. The committee is formed to prevent sexual assault, rape and other related crimes on girl students or the female staff.

The cell was constituted to meet the basic objectives:

  • To develop the guidelines and norms for a policy against sexual
  • To develop principles and procedures for combating sexual harassment.
  • To organize gender sensitization awareness programme.
  • To deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized

The In-charges and Members of the Cell against Sexual Harassment committee are as follows:

In-charges:

  • Dr Madhumeet (Dean, Student Welfare)
  • Neeti kapoor (Head, Department of Home Science)

Administration Committee:

  • Ashoo Bajaj
  • Ms Mani Khera
  • Ashima Sahni
  • Radhika

Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexually determined behavior (whether directly or by implication) such as:

  • Verbal or Physical Threats
  • Insulting, Abusive, Embarrassing or Vulgar Comments
  • Offensive gestures, Language, Rumors, Gossip or Jokes.
  • Isolation or Exclusion from normal work or study place.
  • Publishing, Circulating or Displaying pornographic, Racist, Sexually suggestive or Otherwise offensive pictures or other materials.
  • Unwanted physical contact, ranging from an invasion of space to a serious assault.

The following is also sexual harassment and is covered by the Cell against Sexual Harassment:

  • Eve-teasing
  • Talks causing or likely to cause awkwardness or embarrassment
  • Innuendos and taunts
  • Touching against any part of the body in inappropriate manner or molestation
  • Physical confinement against one’s will and any other act likely to violate one’s privacy

The Committee Members of Cell against Sexual Harassment have the following Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Promote measures aimed at achieving gender equality, removal of gender bias or discrimination, sexual harassment and other acts of gender based violence.
  • Organize awareness programmes and campaigns for the benefit of all members of the College on sexual harassment and gender based discrimination.
  • Fulfil the directives of and guidelines issued by the Supreme Court to create an academic and work environment that is free of sexual harassment or gender-based discrimination.
  • Receive and redress complaints received from any member of the College (including students, research scholars, staff, hostel residents and outsiders on College premises) alleging sexual harassment by another member(s) of the College.
  • Conduct formal inquiry and investigate and take decisions up on each complaint and recommend appropriate punishment or action to be taken, by the appropriate authority, in each instance.
  • Engage the services of a professional or other expert in the course of performing its functions.
  • Ensure that all information pertaining either to complaints registered and the proceedings and findings of any inquiries and/ or investigation are kept strictly confidential.

 

National Graduate Examination Cell

National Graduate Physics Examination

Only national level examination testing students in theory and experiment conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers. It includes the individual own’s assessment at India level. Solutions of the question paper in printed form are provided to coordinator for every participant after one month to the date of examination. Students of B.Sc I, II and III having Physics as a subject are eligible for the examination.

                   Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar has been at the fore front in imparting quality education to the students. Students are encouraged to participated in various competitions. Under the able guidance of dynamic Madam Principal Dr. Atima Sharma, under graduate students of  our college participated in National Graduate Examination in Physics (NGPE) conducted by Indian Association of Physics Teachers( IAPT).

Our under graduate students compete at national level with UG students of Miranda house (Delhi), St. Stefan college (Delhi), Punjab University (Patiala), BHU (Varanasi) etc and brought laurels to the institute.

A number of scholarships (subject to a maximum of 5) have been instituted to encourage students to take-up physics as a career. Those who seek admission in M.Sc. (physics) after NGPE, are eligible for these scholarships.

  1. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, allows direct admission to toppers in NGPE, after an interview, in their integrated Ph.D. programme.

Certificates & Awards

  • Top 10% at each centre: Centre Topper Certificate
  • Top 1% at State Level: State Topper Merit Certificate
  • Top 1% at National Level: National Topper Merit

                                                  Certificate & Book Prize

  • Top 5 students in India: Merit Certificate + Gold

                                             Medal+ 10,000/- Cash Award

  • Top 25 will be eligible for appearing in NGPE Part-c Examination -2015 (an examination in experimental skill) for selection for GOLD MEDAL and Scholarship (Max. 5 in Number ) worth Rs 10,000/- for pursuing higher studies in Physics .TA is paid and free loading in arranged.
  • Top 25 will have eligibility for a interview for Admission in Post-B.Sc. Integrated Ph.D. Programme in Physical Science of S N BOSE NATIONAL CENTRE FOR BASIC SCIENCES , KOLKATA, (Only BSc III year student with more than 60% marks)

For more details see website – http://bose.res.in /admission.htm or write on email to admission@bose .res.in

Clubs

  • Red Ribbon Club

    Red Ribbon Club

    Introduction:    

    Mainstreaming of HIV & AIDS and ensuring safe blood are major activities to control the spread of HIV & AIDS in the country. Of the over 1 billion youth (ages 15-24),worldwide, some 10 million youth are living with HIV : Everyday ,an estimated 6,000 youth are infected with the virus .Out of 2.47 million estimated population infected by HIV in India, 88.7% are in the age group of 15-49 years. In view of this, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India (since 1991) has established a network with universities and educational institutions to generate awareness regarding HIV & AIDS and to promote Voluntary Blood Donation to ensure safe blood and implement preventive programmes on HIV & AIDS.

    Aim

    Red Ribbon club aims at harnessing the potential of the youth by equipping them with correct information on HIV/AIDS prevention. Red Ribbon is the international symbol of HIV and AIDS awareness and is a hope and support for those living with HIV, for the continuing education of those not infected, for maximum efforts to find effective treatments, cures or vaccines and for those who have lost friends, family members or loved ones to AIDS. But the Red Ribbons are not enough. The Red Ribbon is only a useful symbol in the long run, when attached to words and deeds that actually make a difference

    Objectives of Red Ribbon Club

    • Create and train students to spread awareness about HIV and AIDS and its prevention in the community.
    • To induce the spirit among youth to help and support people living with HIV/AIDS thereby reducing stigma and discrimination against them.
    • To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators and change agents by developing their skills on leadership, negotiation and team building’
    • To promote voluntary blood donations among youth.

     Office bearers   

      Dr. Madhumeet             (9646776108)

     Mrs. Sadhana Tandon   (9417389100)

      

    The Red Ribbon Club of the college was formed in 2006 and  is dedicated to spreading awareness by organizing extension lectures, seminars, blood donation camps etc.

  • Reader’s Club

    Guidelines for Reader’s Club

    The Reader’s club is located at Main Library, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar and the following faculty members are office bearers of this club:

    1.Dr. Madhumeet Kaur

    2.Mrs. Rashmi Sharma

    3.Dr. Neetu Chopra

    The club follows the following policy for its smooth and useful functioning:

    1. Each year announcement for collection of books and reading of general books is done in the month of July and August during morning assembly of the college.
    2. Student council members spread this awareness to students that instead of dumping books at home, submit these in Reader’s club so that others can be benefitted.
    3. Proper catalogue of books is maintained by office bearers.
    4. The Readers Club is open from 9.00 am to 4.00pm during working days.
    5. Students can avail the facility by getting books from the club & reading books for prescribed time.
    6. Annual audit is done in the month of May every year.
    7. Club celebrates its annual day in the month of October where literary persons are invited and interaction is made with club members.
    8. Once in a year, a competition under Reader’s club is organized where students share review of read books with other students and winners are awarded in morning assembly.
  • Student Wellness Club

    Student Wellness Club

    For Mental, Emotional & Physical Well being

    The Student Wellness Club was established in 2013 under the aegis of Student Welfare Department. It aims at the holistic development and wellness of the students. The main objectives of the club are to:

    • Make students aware of significance of good health
    • To inculcate healthy habits in them
    • To make our wards aware of good eating habits and need of consuming healthy and nutritious diet
    • To ensure that the wellness is all encompassing and includes physical, mental and psychological wellness
    • Complete wellness will help the young girls utilize the maximum energy in creativity, academic excellence and discovery and exploration of the best in the world
    • Healthy body and mind was pave way for personality development and will transform the students into world class readers- who will be assets to the society

    Activities:

    • Talks on Hygiene
    • Talks by Dietitians
    • Competitions on Healthy Food
    • Competitions on Oil Free Food
    • Competitions on Fire Free Food
    • Observing No- Tobacco Day
    • AIDS Awareness Day
    • Hemoglobier Check Up
    • Blood Pressure Check Up
    • Dental Camp
    • Eye Camp
    • No to Drugs Campaign- Oath Taking, Slogan Making , Poster Making Competitions, Rangoli Making Competitions
    • Observing World Health Day, World Cancer Day etc.
    • Motivational Talks
    • Motivating Students to join on campus Health Club/ Gym
    • Motivating students to participate in Yoga and Self Defense Classes

    Office bearers of Student Wellness Club

    • Dr. Madhumeet
    • Mrs. Sadhna Tondon
    • Mrs. Rashmi Sharma
    • Dr. Neetu Chopra
    • Mrs. Niti Kapoor
    • Mrs. Ashima Sahni
    • Dr. Sonik Bhatia
  • Stress Buster Club

    Stress Buster Club

    Objectives of Stress Buster Club

    Working under the aegis of Department of Student Welfare, Stress Buster Club aims

    • To provide solution to stress related problems of the students.
    • To help students stay calm and relaxed.
    • To help students not to waste thought and energy at something trivial or unimportant.
    • To help students cope up with stress by practicing relaxation technique such as meditation and breathing slowly and deeply.
    • To help students with an effective time management strategy so that they can manage the things they have been putting off and do it immediately.
    • To help students with an effective diet and workout plan.
    • To organise lectures, workshops and activities aiming at busting of stress and anxiety.
  • Saplings of life Club

    Saplings of life club

    Saplings of life club working under the aegis of department of student welfare  was established on November 25, 2008. KMV’s sapling of life club is single- mindedly dedicated to the cause of preservation of environment . It consists of a volunteer group of students and teachers which, promotes participation of students in learning about and working towards the conservation and sustainability of the environment.

    The objectives of the club :

    • To raise awareness among students so that they can understand environmental issues.
    • To instill a sense of responsibility for the environment and a personal commitment to protect and preserve it.
    • To educate and inculcate an appreciation and interest in the environment.

    Along with this students are relentlessly at work to spread awareness regarding the issues of pertinence like:

    • Clean and green campus
    • Polythene free campus- charts and banners are displayed throughout the campus to restrict the use of polythene.
    • Nurturing of the trees already planted by the students is a regular practice at KMV. Students take keen interest in nurturing and grooming the saplings planted by them and other students.
    • Waste SegregationSeparate dustbins are kept in the campus for segregation of waste at the source.

    Under this club, we perform meaningful activities which can bring environment awareness in students and motivate them to act as responsible citizens. Many activities are organized throughout the year to make a humble contribution to the environment.

     

     

     

     

  • Book Bank

    BOOK BANK

    OBJECTIVE AND POLICY:

    • The college Book Bank operates at two levels, one centralized which runs under the aegis of Department of Student Welfare and the other is run in all departments
    • Book Bank has been started with the objective to help the needy students with low income.
    • The College Book Bank is a facility provided to all students of the college
    • The centralized Book Bank works on the motto “By the Students, For the Students” which means that the books in Book Bank are donated by the students once when the session is over and they don’t need the books anymore
    • At this juncture these books can prove to be useful for the juniors
    • One major objective behind this venture is to inculcate the spirit of philanthropy, responsibility and leadership among students
    • Another objective is to teach them the maximum utilization of all the available resources.
    • They also learn to respect the books and realize that they never lose their importance and worth even with passage of time
    • The students deposit books in the beginning of each session
    • Those who borrow books return these at the end of the session
    • The name of the borrower is written in the register
    • At the commencement of a session announcements for depositing by with Book Bank working the aegis of Department of Student Welfare are made in the Monday morning assembly and classrooms
    • When the students have deposited the books, the office bearers display the books in a stall at a strategically place
    • Announcements regarding the exhibition are made
    • Students borrow the books they want
    • After a 7 to 10 day long exhibition, the remaining books are deposited in the Book Bank where they are issued to the interested students through the session

    Office Bearers:

    • Dr. Madhumeet
    • Dr. Iqbal Kaur
    • Dr. Rashmi Sharma
    • Dr. Neetu Verma

     

     

Red Ribbon Club

Red Ribbon Club

Introduction:    

Mainstreaming of HIV & AIDS and ensuring safe blood are major activities to control the spread of HIV & AIDS in the country. Of the over 1 billion youth (ages 15-24),worldwide, some 10 million youth are living with HIV : Everyday ,an estimated 6,000 youth are infected with the virus .Out of 2.47 million estimated population infected by HIV in India, 88.7% are in the age group of 15-49 years. In view of this, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India (since 1991) has established a network with universities and educational institutions to generate awareness regarding HIV & AIDS and to promote Voluntary Blood Donation to ensure safe blood and implement preventive programmes on HIV & AIDS.

Aim

Red Ribbon club aims at harnessing the potential of the youth by equipping them with correct information on HIV/AIDS prevention. Red Ribbon is the international symbol of HIV and AIDS awareness and is a hope and support for those living with HIV, for the continuing education of those not infected, for maximum efforts to find effective treatments, cures or vaccines and for those who have lost friends, family members or loved ones to AIDS. But the Red Ribbons are not enough. The Red Ribbon is only a useful symbol in the long run, when attached to words and deeds that actually make a difference

Objectives of Red Ribbon Club

  • Create and train students to spread awareness about HIV and AIDS and its prevention in the community.
  • To induce the spirit among youth to help and support people living with HIV/AIDS thereby reducing stigma and discrimination against them.
  • To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators and change agents by developing their skills on leadership, negotiation and team building’
  • To promote voluntary blood donations among youth.

 Office bearers   

  Dr. Madhumeet             (9646776108)

 Mrs. Sadhana Tandon   (9417389100)

  

The Red Ribbon Club of the college was formed in 2006 and  is dedicated to spreading awareness by organizing extension lectures, seminars, blood donation camps etc.

Reader’s Club

Guidelines for Reader’s Club

The Reader’s club is located at Main Library, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar and the following faculty members are office bearers of this club:

1.Dr. Madhumeet Kaur

2.Mrs. Rashmi Sharma

3.Dr. Neetu Chopra

The club follows the following policy for its smooth and useful functioning:

  1. Each year announcement for collection of books and reading of general books is done in the month of July and August during morning assembly of the college.
  2. Student council members spread this awareness to students that instead of dumping books at home, submit these in Reader’s club so that others can be benefitted.
  3. Proper catalogue of books is maintained by office bearers.
  4. The Readers Club is open from 9.00 am to 4.00pm during working days.
  5. Students can avail the facility by getting books from the club & reading books for prescribed time.
  6. Annual audit is done in the month of May every year.
  7. Club celebrates its annual day in the month of October where literary persons are invited and interaction is made with club members.
  8. Once in a year, a competition under Reader’s club is organized where students share review of read books with other students and winners are awarded in morning assembly.

Student Wellness Club

Student Wellness Club

For Mental, Emotional & Physical Well being

The Student Wellness Club was established in 2013 under the aegis of Student Welfare Department. It aims at the holistic development and wellness of the students. The main objectives of the club are to:

  • Make students aware of significance of good health
  • To inculcate healthy habits in them
  • To make our wards aware of good eating habits and need of consuming healthy and nutritious diet
  • To ensure that the wellness is all encompassing and includes physical, mental and psychological wellness
  • Complete wellness will help the young girls utilize the maximum energy in creativity, academic excellence and discovery and exploration of the best in the world
  • Healthy body and mind was pave way for personality development and will transform the students into world class readers- who will be assets to the society

Activities:

  • Talks on Hygiene
  • Talks by Dietitians
  • Competitions on Healthy Food
  • Competitions on Oil Free Food
  • Competitions on Fire Free Food
  • Observing No- Tobacco Day
  • AIDS Awareness Day
  • Hemoglobier Check Up
  • Blood Pressure Check Up
  • Dental Camp
  • Eye Camp
  • No to Drugs Campaign- Oath Taking, Slogan Making , Poster Making Competitions, Rangoli Making Competitions
  • Observing World Health Day, World Cancer Day etc.
  • Motivational Talks
  • Motivating Students to join on campus Health Club/ Gym
  • Motivating students to participate in Yoga and Self Defense Classes

Office bearers of Student Wellness Club

  • Dr. Madhumeet
  • Mrs. Sadhna Tondon
  • Mrs. Rashmi Sharma
  • Dr. Neetu Chopra
  • Mrs. Niti Kapoor
  • Mrs. Ashima Sahni
  • Dr. Sonik Bhatia

Stress Buster Club

Stress Buster Club

Objectives of Stress Buster Club

Working under the aegis of Department of Student Welfare, Stress Buster Club aims

  • To provide solution to stress related problems of the students.
  • To help students stay calm and relaxed.
  • To help students not to waste thought and energy at something trivial or unimportant.
  • To help students cope up with stress by practicing relaxation technique such as meditation and breathing slowly and deeply.
  • To help students with an effective time management strategy so that they can manage the things they have been putting off and do it immediately.
  • To help students with an effective diet and workout plan.
  • To organise lectures, workshops and activities aiming at busting of stress and anxiety.

Saplings of life Club

Saplings of life club

Saplings of life club working under the aegis of department of student welfare  was established on November 25, 2008. KMV’s sapling of life club is single- mindedly dedicated to the cause of preservation of environment . It consists of a volunteer group of students and teachers which, promotes participation of students in learning about and working towards the conservation and sustainability of the environment.

The objectives of the club :

  • To raise awareness among students so that they can understand environmental issues.
  • To instill a sense of responsibility for the environment and a personal commitment to protect and preserve it.
  • To educate and inculcate an appreciation and interest in the environment.

Along with this students are relentlessly at work to spread awareness regarding the issues of pertinence like:

  • Clean and green campus
  • Polythene free campus- charts and banners are displayed throughout the campus to restrict the use of polythene.
  • Nurturing of the trees already planted by the students is a regular practice at KMV. Students take keen interest in nurturing and grooming the saplings planted by them and other students.
  • Waste SegregationSeparate dustbins are kept in the campus for segregation of waste at the source.

Under this club, we perform meaningful activities which can bring environment awareness in students and motivate them to act as responsible citizens. Many activities are organized throughout the year to make a humble contribution to the environment.

 

 

 

 

Book Bank

BOOK BANK

OBJECTIVE AND POLICY:

  • The college Book Bank operates at two levels, one centralized which runs under the aegis of Department of Student Welfare and the other is run in all departments
  • Book Bank has been started with the objective to help the needy students with low income.
  • The College Book Bank is a facility provided to all students of the college
  • The centralized Book Bank works on the motto “By the Students, For the Students” which means that the books in Book Bank are donated by the students once when the session is over and they don’t need the books anymore
  • At this juncture these books can prove to be useful for the juniors
  • One major objective behind this venture is to inculcate the spirit of philanthropy, responsibility and leadership among students
  • Another objective is to teach them the maximum utilization of all the available resources.
  • They also learn to respect the books and realize that they never lose their importance and worth even with passage of time
  • The students deposit books in the beginning of each session
  • Those who borrow books return these at the end of the session
  • The name of the borrower is written in the register
  • At the commencement of a session announcements for depositing by with Book Bank working the aegis of Department of Student Welfare are made in the Monday morning assembly and classrooms
  • When the students have deposited the books, the office bearers display the books in a stall at a strategically place
  • Announcements regarding the exhibition are made
  • Students borrow the books they want
  • After a 7 to 10 day long exhibition, the remaining books are deposited in the Book Bank where they are issued to the interested students through the session

Office Bearers:

  • Dr. Madhumeet
  • Dr. Iqbal Kaur
  • Dr. Rashmi Sharma
  • Dr. Neetu Verma

 

 

Committees

  • Student Council

    Student Council

    Kanya Maha Vidyalaya is also a training ground for the students to develop leadership qualities and skills of good governance. The Student Council of the College helps the students learn and practice skills of democratic representation and participation and makes them feel involved and responsible. It is an elected body to represent the student community of KMV. It aims to in the students.

    Every year class representatives, elected by the students of each class, form the Student Council which begins functioning after the Investiture & Oath Ceremony. Executive office bearers of the Council include Head Girl, Vice Head Girl, Associate Head Girls and Faculty Prefects. All members are divided into committees like Discipline, Campus Beautification, Event Management, Mentoring, Library etc. Each committee has an agenda to work upon and is headed by Captains from all the faculties who oversee the work of these committees.

    Role of the Student Council

    • Organise campus tours for the newcomers to the College in the beginning of the new session and escort them throughout the campus in small groups to familiarize the new students with the layout of their classes and other campus facilities
    • Perform regular duties for discipline and cleanliness in free periods as per the allotment by the office bearers in consultation with the teachers.
    • Help in controlling the misuse of mobile phones and other electronic devices by the students.
    • Act as a channel between the students of their class and the administration for passing on of information as well as grievance handling and redressal
    • Work as incharges and help in the smooth functioning of various clubs of the Dept. of Student Welfare like Readers’ Club, Saplings of Life Club, Red Ribbon Club, Book Bank etc.
    • Perform various duties assigned to them during all the major functions of the college like International & National Seminars, Saraswati Puja, Amar Jyoti, Prize Distribution, Convocation, College Fete and many more.
    • Organize events like Lohri Celebration, Talent Hunt and other festivals and celebrations independently in consultation with the teachers incharge.
    • Manage relief activities like collection of donations and funds from the students for national calamities like floods, earthquakes etc.
    • Assist in obtaining and filling up of feedback forms from the students regarding various academic and co-academic aspects of the college.
    • Help in spreading information about new courses and other reforms and changes taking place in the college to the students as well as the masses

    Teachers Office Bearers

    1. Dr. Madhumeet
    2. Ms. Rashmi Sharma
    3. Dr. Neetu
    4. Ms. Prabhdeep

     

  • Canteen & Mess Committee

    Mess Inspection Committee

    The Hostel Mess of KMV provides safe and wholesome food to the students coming from different home-towns. In the mess just like home kitchens. The committee has been formulated which is responsible for monitoring the operations of the mess at regular intervals and reviewing it. It acts as a bridge between the administration, caterer, hostel authorities and the students by keeping frequent meetings throughout the session.

    The objectives are:

    • To facilitate the availability of quality and variety of food to hostel students and staff members
    • To review and finalize the menu of the hostel mess in consultation with caterer and the students
    • To maintain and keep a check on the quality of food, kitchen sanitation and storage spaces, serving and cooking utensils as well as proper disposal of waste
    • To ensure that the mess staff maintains high standards of health & hygiene
    • To encourage long term healthy eating habits amongst the students
    • To be empathetic towards the specific food needs of the college’s multi-cultural students, sickness etc.

    Members:

    • Neeraj Sharma                  (Dean Resident Life)
    • Madhumeet                       (Dean Student Welfare)
    • Niti Kapoor                        (HOD, Home Science)
    • Paramjeet Kaur                 (Hostel Warden)
    • Balwinder Kaur                 (Hostel Warden)
    • Mr Diwakar Mishra          (Mess In-charge)

     

     

  • Infrastructure & Beautification Committee

    Infrastructure & Beautification Committee

    A well maintained college campus provides a safe and attractive learning environment for the students. The beautification introduces architectural, artistic & landscaping features in the college campus.

    Objectives

    • The educational objective of the beautification is to provide opportunities to the students to learn about the college history, environment and biodiversity of plants as well
    • By taking initiatives in these projects, students play leadership roles and take responsibility in the planning and execution of the beautification plans. This participation can instill a sense of pride and ownership in the students for their institution
    • Working with peers and planning with them provides personal development opportunities
    • Plantation of new trees, shrubs & flowers help to create a clean and attractive learning environment and connects the students directly to the earth increasing their environmental awareness

    Office Bearers

    1. Mrs. Sadhana Tandon
    2. Dr. Manju
    3. Dr. Archana
    4. Mrs.Shikha Vashista
    5. Mrs.Deepika Vashista
  • Information & Display Boards Committee

    Information and Display Boards Committee

    Objectives of Information and Display Boards Committee

    • To ensure effective communication of the intended messages to the students.
    • To promote the creativity and innovation of the students.
    • To use Information boards as an effective educational media.
    • To ensure upcoming events and other important announcements are updated from time to time.
    • To motivate the students by displaying the inspiring journeys of successful people.
  • Mentoring Committee

    Mentoring Committee

    Mentoring is the scheme for helping the students to make their own informed decisions and to build up confidence in the students. This may include their personal problems, study related problems, confidence level, decision making ability, how to crack competitive exams and many more. In this every student have their mentor. She can freely interact with them or even she can interact with any mentor present in the college.

    Main Objectives of the Mentor

    • Help new learner to settle in the college/course.
    • Help student to see the way ahead-progression and career opportunities.
    • Provide support for the individuals who might be isolated or lock support and self confidence.
    • Help mentee to mange time, plan and priorities work, set goals and action plan; gain a better understanding to their studies.
    • Offer appropriate advice and guidance/counseling of any issue of the student.

    In the mentoring booklet mentors’ have data of allotted student like Name, Class, subject, Roll No, Contact No, address and E-mail ID. In this booklet Academic Record of the student has also been mentioned. Out of these record teachers can find the detail like in which subject student is excelling and in which one she is weak. Mentor can find the weakness and strength of the students in particular subject.

  • Scholarship, Concessions & Financial Aid Committee

    Scholarship, Concession and Financial Aid Committee

    Main Objectives of this committee:

    • Discuss Concession Policy for students from economically backward families.
    • Discuss the awards and prizes awarded to the students.
    • Discuss Policy for Scholarship provided by various societies.
    • Discuss need based concessions to the students from economically weaker families depending upon the family conditions
      • Family Income
      • of Brother & Sisters
      • No of earning members in the family
      • of dependents

    Members:

    Ms. Amarpreet Khurana

    Ms. Parminder Kaur

    Ms. Neeraj Maini

    Ms. Hardeep Kaur

  • PTM Committee

    PTM Committee

    The different departments of college organize Parent-Teacher Meeting in their respective Faculty Rooms. The main purpose of committee is to create a common platform, where teachers and parents come together to enrich the students’ educational experiences and discuss variety of issues, regarding all round development of students.

     Main Objectives of the committee

    • Welcome and introduction of teachers and parents.
    • To provide information about various student-oriented activities and schemes run at the college level as well as departmental level.
    • To discuss both the strengths and areas of improvement in the performance of students.
    • Suggestions from parents.
    • Any subject with permission of the Principal.

    Members:

    Dr Madhumeet

    Mrs Rashmi Sharma

    Dr Neetu Chopra

    Mr Pardeep

  • Remedial Classes Committee

    Remedial Class Committee

    Objectives of Organizing the Remedial Classes:

    The objectives of organizing the remedial classes are as follows:

    1. To motivate and help the academically weaker students to realize their weakness and help them to improve on their fronts.
    2. To improve academic skills of the students in various subjects.
    3. To raise the level of comprehension of different subjects of advanced learners to provide a stronger base for further academic work.
    4. To strengthen the knowledge of advanced learners in each subject.

     

    In the course of teaching process during regular class lectures, slow learners and advanced learners are identified. The head of the departments keep a record of these students. The remedial classes are organized from Monday to Saturday in the 9th lecture. The HODs and the class-in-charges have been given the responsibility of addressing the problems of the weaker students.

    General strategies adopted for facilitating slow and advanced learners

    • Regular class interaction
    • Class tests
    • Mid-Semester Tests
    • End-Semester

    Specific steps adopted for slow learners

    • Tutorials, discussions, interactions and remedial coaching.
    • Personal, academic and social counselling.
    • Concept clarification and problem-solving exercises.
    • Bilingual explanations and discussions.
    • Provision for simplified but standard lecture notes/course material.
    • Revision of topics.
    • Enhancement of communication skills & art of reading-learning.
    • Trial tests and mock examinations.

    Specific steps adopted for advanced students

    • Provision of additional learning reference material – books & reviews.
    • Access to recent educational aids through internet.
    • Assignment preparation on latest advancements based on reference books, CDs and various web-based resources.
    • Arrangement of student seminars on selected reference topics.
    • Participation in quiz, debate and problem solving & other decision-making exercises.
    • Extensive participation in project work based on theoretical data/practical work/survey data/case studies.
  • Student Attendance Committee

    Student Attendance Committee

    Objectives of Student Attendance Committee

    • To keep track of students’ attendance and to ascertain whether there is any correlation between their attendance and performance and if so, to what degree.
    • To encourage maximum class attendance.
    • To encourage students to apply their time and attention toward obtaining the maximum benefits for their education.
    • To place the primary responsibility for college attendance upon students and parents.
    • To provide teachers, counselors, and administrators more time to accomplish their primary responsibilities as educators.
    • To eliminate excessive absenteeism.
    • To provide alternative consequences for excessive absences.
    • To reward good and perfect attendance.
  • Resident Life Committee

    Resident Life Committee

    The student’s hostel was founded in 1886. Its aim is to provide good and healthy environment to the students. The college boarding house situated within the precincts of the college, consist of four hostel wings. Hostel lfe in KMV invites the boarders to enjoy their sojourn in a home away from home in the most fruitful and truly memorable way.

    Objectives

    • To involve all students in positive living environment to assist students in social and recreation outlets by establishing constructive ways to use leisure time
    • To raise the level of education and cultural awareness of students
    • To provide assistance in the learning process
    • To offer opportunities for exploring academic and vocational interest
    • To ensure an atmosphere of mutual adjustability and emotional security for personality development of the residential scholars

     

     

     

  • Transport Committee

    Transport Committee

    The college provides a secure transport facility to the students of college. The transport has total 32 routes in the areas nearby Jalandhar city within the radius of 50 kms. The transport team is committed to provide well managed and secure transportation to students of college. The objectives of the committee are:

    1. We ensure security of students while travelling.
    2. Time to time repair of buses and vans.
    3. Modification in the routes of buses according to the need of students.
    4. Suggestion of new routes in accordance with new admissions in college.
    5. Fixation of bus fees for new and old routes.
    6. To provide transport facility to students for special activities like sports, N.C.C. , N.S.S. and other social activities.

    Members:

    1. H.S. Sethi            9464519730
    1. Anushobha          7528833922
    1. Gorakh Singh      8219867829

     

     

     

Student Council

Student Council

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya is also a training ground for the students to develop leadership qualities and skills of good governance. The Student Council of the College helps the students learn and practice skills of democratic representation and participation and makes them feel involved and responsible. It is an elected body to represent the student community of KMV. It aims to in the students.

Every year class representatives, elected by the students of each class, form the Student Council which begins functioning after the Investiture & Oath Ceremony. Executive office bearers of the Council include Head Girl, Vice Head Girl, Associate Head Girls and Faculty Prefects. All members are divided into committees like Discipline, Campus Beautification, Event Management, Mentoring, Library etc. Each committee has an agenda to work upon and is headed by Captains from all the faculties who oversee the work of these committees.

Role of the Student Council

  • Organise campus tours for the newcomers to the College in the beginning of the new session and escort them throughout the campus in small groups to familiarize the new students with the layout of their classes and other campus facilities
  • Perform regular duties for discipline and cleanliness in free periods as per the allotment by the office bearers in consultation with the teachers.
  • Help in controlling the misuse of mobile phones and other electronic devices by the students.
  • Act as a channel between the students of their class and the administration for passing on of information as well as grievance handling and redressal
  • Work as incharges and help in the smooth functioning of various clubs of the Dept. of Student Welfare like Readers’ Club, Saplings of Life Club, Red Ribbon Club, Book Bank etc.
  • Perform various duties assigned to them during all the major functions of the college like International & National Seminars, Saraswati Puja, Amar Jyoti, Prize Distribution, Convocation, College Fete and many more.
  • Organize events like Lohri Celebration, Talent Hunt and other festivals and celebrations independently in consultation with the teachers incharge.
  • Manage relief activities like collection of donations and funds from the students for national calamities like floods, earthquakes etc.
  • Assist in obtaining and filling up of feedback forms from the students regarding various academic and co-academic aspects of the college.
  • Help in spreading information about new courses and other reforms and changes taking place in the college to the students as well as the masses

Teachers Office Bearers

  1. Dr. Madhumeet
  2. Ms. Rashmi Sharma
  3. Dr. Neetu
  4. Ms. Prabhdeep

 

Canteen & Mess Committee

Mess Inspection Committee

The Hostel Mess of KMV provides safe and wholesome food to the students coming from different home-towns. In the mess just like home kitchens. The committee has been formulated which is responsible for monitoring the operations of the mess at regular intervals and reviewing it. It acts as a bridge between the administration, caterer, hostel authorities and the students by keeping frequent meetings throughout the session.

The objectives are:

  • To facilitate the availability of quality and variety of food to hostel students and staff members
  • To review and finalize the menu of the hostel mess in consultation with caterer and the students
  • To maintain and keep a check on the quality of food, kitchen sanitation and storage spaces, serving and cooking utensils as well as proper disposal of waste
  • To ensure that the mess staff maintains high standards of health & hygiene
  • To encourage long term healthy eating habits amongst the students
  • To be empathetic towards the specific food needs of the college’s multi-cultural students, sickness etc.

Members:

  • Neeraj Sharma                  (Dean Resident Life)
  • Madhumeet                       (Dean Student Welfare)
  • Niti Kapoor                        (HOD, Home Science)
  • Paramjeet Kaur                 (Hostel Warden)
  • Balwinder Kaur                 (Hostel Warden)
  • Mr Diwakar Mishra          (Mess In-charge)

 

 

Infrastructure & Beautification Committee

Infrastructure & Beautification Committee

A well maintained college campus provides a safe and attractive learning environment for the students. The beautification introduces architectural, artistic & landscaping features in the college campus.

Objectives

  • The educational objective of the beautification is to provide opportunities to the students to learn about the college history, environment and biodiversity of plants as well
  • By taking initiatives in these projects, students play leadership roles and take responsibility in the planning and execution of the beautification plans. This participation can instill a sense of pride and ownership in the students for their institution
  • Working with peers and planning with them provides personal development opportunities
  • Plantation of new trees, shrubs & flowers help to create a clean and attractive learning environment and connects the students directly to the earth increasing their environmental awareness

Office Bearers

  1. Mrs. Sadhana Tandon
  2. Dr. Manju
  3. Dr. Archana
  4. Mrs.Shikha Vashista
  5. Mrs.Deepika Vashista

Information & Display Boards Committee

Information and Display Boards Committee

Objectives of Information and Display Boards Committee

  • To ensure effective communication of the intended messages to the students.
  • To promote the creativity and innovation of the students.
  • To use Information boards as an effective educational media.
  • To ensure upcoming events and other important announcements are updated from time to time.
  • To motivate the students by displaying the inspiring journeys of successful people.

Mentoring Committee

Mentoring Committee

Mentoring is the scheme for helping the students to make their own informed decisions and to build up confidence in the students. This may include their personal problems, study related problems, confidence level, decision making ability, how to crack competitive exams and many more. In this every student have their mentor. She can freely interact with them or even she can interact with any mentor present in the college.

Main Objectives of the Mentor

  • Help new learner to settle in the college/course.
  • Help student to see the way ahead-progression and career opportunities.
  • Provide support for the individuals who might be isolated or lock support and self confidence.
  • Help mentee to mange time, plan and priorities work, set goals and action plan; gain a better understanding to their studies.
  • Offer appropriate advice and guidance/counseling of any issue of the student.

In the mentoring booklet mentors’ have data of allotted student like Name, Class, subject, Roll No, Contact No, address and E-mail ID. In this booklet Academic Record of the student has also been mentioned. Out of these record teachers can find the detail like in which subject student is excelling and in which one she is weak. Mentor can find the weakness and strength of the students in particular subject.

Scholarship, Concessions & Financial Aid Committee

Scholarship, Concession and Financial Aid Committee

Main Objectives of this committee:

  • Discuss Concession Policy for students from economically backward families.
  • Discuss the awards and prizes awarded to the students.
  • Discuss Policy for Scholarship provided by various societies.
  • Discuss need based concessions to the students from economically weaker families depending upon the family conditions
    • Family Income
    • of Brother & Sisters
    • No of earning members in the family
    • of dependents

Members:

Ms. Amarpreet Khurana

Ms. Parminder Kaur

Ms. Neeraj Maini

Ms. Hardeep Kaur

PTM Committee

PTM Committee

The different departments of college organize Parent-Teacher Meeting in their respective Faculty Rooms. The main purpose of committee is to create a common platform, where teachers and parents come together to enrich the students’ educational experiences and discuss variety of issues, regarding all round development of students.

 Main Objectives of the committee

  • Welcome and introduction of teachers and parents.
  • To provide information about various student-oriented activities and schemes run at the college level as well as departmental level.
  • To discuss both the strengths and areas of improvement in the performance of students.
  • Suggestions from parents.
  • Any subject with permission of the Principal.

Members:

Dr Madhumeet

Mrs Rashmi Sharma

Dr Neetu Chopra

Mr Pardeep

Remedial Classes Committee

Remedial Class Committee

Objectives of Organizing the Remedial Classes:

The objectives of organizing the remedial classes are as follows:

  1. To motivate and help the academically weaker students to realize their weakness and help them to improve on their fronts.
  2. To improve academic skills of the students in various subjects.
  3. To raise the level of comprehension of different subjects of advanced learners to provide a stronger base for further academic work.
  4. To strengthen the knowledge of advanced learners in each subject.

 

In the course of teaching process during regular class lectures, slow learners and advanced learners are identified. The head of the departments keep a record of these students. The remedial classes are organized from Monday to Saturday in the 9th lecture. The HODs and the class-in-charges have been given the responsibility of addressing the problems of the weaker students.

General strategies adopted for facilitating slow and advanced learners

  • Regular class interaction
  • Class tests
  • Mid-Semester Tests
  • End-Semester

Specific steps adopted for slow learners

  • Tutorials, discussions, interactions and remedial coaching.
  • Personal, academic and social counselling.
  • Concept clarification and problem-solving exercises.
  • Bilingual explanations and discussions.
  • Provision for simplified but standard lecture notes/course material.
  • Revision of topics.
  • Enhancement of communication skills & art of reading-learning.
  • Trial tests and mock examinations.

Specific steps adopted for advanced students

  • Provision of additional learning reference material – books & reviews.
  • Access to recent educational aids through internet.
  • Assignment preparation on latest advancements based on reference books, CDs and various web-based resources.
  • Arrangement of student seminars on selected reference topics.
  • Participation in quiz, debate and problem solving & other decision-making exercises.
  • Extensive participation in project work based on theoretical data/practical work/survey data/case studies.

Student Attendance Committee

Student Attendance Committee

Objectives of Student Attendance Committee

  • To keep track of students’ attendance and to ascertain whether there is any correlation between their attendance and performance and if so, to what degree.
  • To encourage maximum class attendance.
  • To encourage students to apply their time and attention toward obtaining the maximum benefits for their education.
  • To place the primary responsibility for college attendance upon students and parents.
  • To provide teachers, counselors, and administrators more time to accomplish their primary responsibilities as educators.
  • To eliminate excessive absenteeism.
  • To provide alternative consequences for excessive absences.
  • To reward good and perfect attendance.

Resident Life Committee

Resident Life Committee

The student’s hostel was founded in 1886. Its aim is to provide good and healthy environment to the students. The college boarding house situated within the precincts of the college, consist of four hostel wings. Hostel lfe in KMV invites the boarders to enjoy their sojourn in a home away from home in the most fruitful and truly memorable way.

Objectives

  • To involve all students in positive living environment to assist students in social and recreation outlets by establishing constructive ways to use leisure time
  • To raise the level of education and cultural awareness of students
  • To provide assistance in the learning process
  • To offer opportunities for exploring academic and vocational interest
  • To ensure an atmosphere of mutual adjustability and emotional security for personality development of the residential scholars

 

 

 

Transport Committee

Transport Committee

The college provides a secure transport facility to the students of college. The transport has total 32 routes in the areas nearby Jalandhar city within the radius of 50 kms. The transport team is committed to provide well managed and secure transportation to students of college. The objectives of the committee are:

  1. We ensure security of students while travelling.
  2. Time to time repair of buses and vans.
  3. Modification in the routes of buses according to the need of students.
  4. Suggestion of new routes in accordance with new admissions in college.
  5. Fixation of bus fees for new and old routes.
  6. To provide transport facility to students for special activities like sports, N.C.C. , N.S.S. and other social activities.

Members:

  1. H.S. Sethi            9464519730
  1. Anushobha          7528833922
  1. Gorakh Singh      8219867829

 

 

 

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