KMV Jalandhar (Autonomous)  |   0181-2296605, 2296606

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya

Star College by DBT (Govt. of India)

Designated College with Potential for Excellence and Accredited ‘A’ by UGC-NAAC
Kaushal Kendra by UGC, MHRD, Govt. of India

(First College under GNDU to have been granted Kaushal Kendra)

Student Support

  • 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
  • Department of ECA

    Beyond Curriculum

    The department of Extra Curricular Activities at KMV strives to excel in striking a balance between syllabus, curriculum, books and co-curricular activities beyond them, envisioning to enhance the complete personality of the students to strongly face the testing road of the future. Kanya Maha Vidyalaya plays a pivotal role in channelizing the dormant energy of its students into the fruitful direction of personality development through extra- curricular activities. The department of ECA at KMV is brimming with activities throughout the year. The department charts Annual Programme Planner every year and finalises various projects to be undertaken which directly benefit students, society and the nation. Students participate in many cultural programmes and competitions like Essay writing, Quiz, Story writing, poetry, singing, dancing, acting, painting, modelling, mobile Quiz, Debate, Elocution, slogan writing, poster-making and many awareness enhancement and social extension activities from time to time. They also celebrate important days of national and international importance. The students in collaboration with various NGO’s like Rotary, Jaycees, Lions, Pahal, Arrive Safe and Goonj, organise many events like Tree Plantation, Blood Donation, Traffic awareness seminars, Women Safety awareness rallies, Say No to drugs campaign to name a few. The students actively prepare and participate in items for Zonal, Inter- Zonal, North Zone and Intervarsity Youth Festivals. These activities positively impact students’ emotional, intellectual, social, and inter-personal – development. They encourage interactions that are essential for building a strong civil society. Each activity offers students an opportunity to work with others and gain essential life skills. By working together with other individuals, students learn to negotiate well, communicate effectively, resolve conflict and lead others. They understand the importance of critical thinking, time management and academic and intellectual competence. Involvement in co-academic activities helps students mature socially by providing a setting for student interaction, relationship formation and discussion. Primarily, the intention is to make the ‘scholar’ students become fit and ready for the challenges in future life and develop a sense of healthy competition and cooperation, enhance leadership qualities, make them diligent and punctual, build team spirit and to augment the latent creative talents and skills which promote values of courtesy, mutual respect and tolerance.

    2017-2018 Trail of Success …
    • Students lifted 2nd Runners Up Trophy and Ms. Muskan won the title “Ms. Festocom” at DAV College, Jalandhar
    • Students lifted 2nd Runners Up Trophy by winning 16 top positions in various items
    • The KMV youth festival team won 21 positions in Youth Festival 2017
    • Ms. Pardeep Kaur won the title Ms. Jalandhar 2017 organised by PTC Punjabi and she was among top 3 finalists for Ms World Punjaban
    • Ms Pardeep kaur Won the Title “Dhee Punjab Dee” She was awarded a cash prize of Rs 51000/- , Phulkari and citation at Kirpal Sagar Academy Rahon
    • Ms. Priyanshi Manhass won the title “ Ms Himachal Beauty Angel” 2018
    • Ms Amandeep Kaur won the title “Sohna Pehrava”
    • Ms. Navroop Kaur won the title “sohna Mukhda”
    • Three students bagged the Titles “ Saru Warga Kadd”, “Nakhre Patti Mutyar” and “Tor Punjaban Di” in Hamdard Virasaati Mela at Kapurthala

    Throughout the academic year students keep participating in numerous competitions. Such activities are also pleasurable and offer students the prospect to spend time with people of analogous interests. It helps students meet friends from different social groups and also acts as a de-stressor from the rigorous demands of their usual academic workload.

  • Students Council

    The Students’ Council of the college helps students learn and practice skills of good governance, democratic representation and participation and makes them feel involved and responsible. The Students’ Council is an elected body to represent the voice of the student community. Class Representatives are elected from each class, sixty out of whom are then bestowed with the membership of the Council along with representatives from the hostel, sports and EMA departments. The functions of the Students’ Council are handled by committees like Discipline Committee, Cleanliness Committee, Reception, Hospitality Committee and Students’ Centre Committee. Each committee has an agenda to work upon. The Committees are headed by Presidents and have several members for smooth functioning.

  • Societies & Clubs

    Throughout the year, various clubs and societies functioning in the college keep the campus brimming with numerous activities that extend beyond syllabus and textbooks. Student-centric in nature, these clubs aim at tapping, nurturing and promoting the creative energy that bubbles out of every individual student. Almost all the departments actively engage themselves in arranging various types of co-academic and cultural events like quiz, poster-making, poetical symposia, paper-reading, debates, skits, choreographies etc. that help the students in refining and redefining their personality. It is mandatory for every student to be a member of one subject society and a club mentioned below at the time of admission.

    • English Literary Society
    • Hindi Sahitya Parishad
    • Punjabi Sahit Parishad
    • Sanskrit Sahitya Parishad
    • Young Historians Association
    • Lalit Kala Parishad
    • Commerce Society
    • Computers Club
    • Social Sciences Society
    • Student Welfare Club
    • Readers’ Club
    • Vikram Sarabhai Science Society (Registered with VIPNET (DST))
    • Ramanujan Maths Society
    • Pranav Naad (Young Musicians Club)
    • Sur Sangam (Faculty Activity Club)
  • Seminars / Workshops

    In order to boost the capacity to learn and to teach meaningful application of knowledge to young minds, the college makes best efforts to complement the academic system with practical skills through various teaching methodologies that extend beyond the classrooms. Varied and multifarious activities like field trips, educational trips, socio-economic or psychological surveys, visits to industrial or corporate houses, national and international seminars, workshops and extension lectures by great scholars and subject experts, hands-on work experience in almost all the practical subjects are all integrated into the academic agenda.

  • National Cadet Corps (NCC)

    The first college in Jalandhar to introduce NCC, KMV has a sub-unit of Army wing at present with a strength of 55 girl cadets. These cadets are trained in various fields like drill, firing and other Army subjects. All cadets are expected to attend the camp for which they are detailed. NCC cadets are given refreshment and issued uniforms free-of-cost for a session. At the end of their course, they receive B & C certificates which motivate them even further.

    Integration with Press
    • Sargeant Shabnam attended Pre Republic Day Camp at New Delhi
    • 8 cadets participated at National level, 3 at state level and 93 cadets participated in training camps
    • 6 medals at National level, 3 prizes at state level and 9 prizes at University level in NCC
  • National Service Scheme (NSS)

    The National Service Scheme (NSS) sponsored by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. The basic objective of the NSS is to arouse and enrich the social consciousness of students. The scheme is intended to provide an opportunity to students to engage in constructive social action, programmes, develop co-operative team spirit and gain skills in democratic leadership quality.

    Aims & Objectives

    The aims and objectives of the NSS are: (i) to render service to the community while studying in an educational institution; (ii) to arouse the social conscience among students; (iii) to provide them with an opportunity to work creatively and constructively with the community around the educational campus; and (iv) to put the education they receive to concrete social use; and specifically, (i) to work with and among the people; (ii) to engage in creative and constructive social action; (iii) to enhance knowledge of oneself and the community through a face-to-face with reality; (iv) to use the knowledge gained in the classroom in a practical way for mitigating at least some of the social problems; and (v) to gain skills in programme development to be able to be self-employed. The goals are to achieve improvement in personality, leadership qualities, national outlook and a sense of civic responsibility.

    Goals
    • To enrich the student’s personality and deepen her understanding of the social environment in which he lives
    • To develop an awareness of his responsibility to society
    • To promote a concern for the well-being of the community
    • To undertake and participate in the activities designed to tackle social problem and to promote welfare
    Regular Activities
    • General Orientation of NSS Volunteers.
    • NSS Day Celebrations -.
      • One week camp
      • One day camp
    • Cleanliness drive (Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat
    • Tree Plantation (Van Mahautsav)
    • Blood donation camp
    • Social Reach out Program
    • Health Awareness
    • Lectures/Rally’s on social issue
    • National Integration Program
    • Traffic Awareness Program
    • Voter Registration Drive & SVEEP related activities
    • Enrolment Of NSS Volunteer (offline)
  • Social Outreach

    To reach out to the less privileged and deserving sections of our society, the college has established some clubs and cells committed to providing significant care and relief for the people who are oppressed, materially poor, powerless and disadvantaged as well as addressing certain pressing environmental and social concerns.

    Women Empowerment Cell

    To sensitize women about their status, identity and role, the college has established Women Empowerment Cell under the aegis of Gandhian Studies Centre. Through this cell the college is trying to ensure free education to girls from lower strata and financially backward classes in the villages nearby. The cell enlightens the women about their rights, healthcare, career, employment, safety, social security, violence against them through seminars & workshops. Training modules have been designed in computer applications, stitching, embroidery, painting, textile printing, candle making etc. so that they can be economically independent. The Cell has also involved many NGOs, societies and organizations to achieve its mission.

    Saplings of Life Club

    Since its inception under the able guidance of illustrious patrons Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal and the worthy President of KMV Managing Committee Sh. Chander Mohan, Saplings of Life Club is single mindedly dedicated to addressing profoundly urgent social issues like female foeticide and preservation of environment. The club has been involved in many worthwhile activities like tree plantation drives, maintenance of green belts and drive against the use of polythene bags. It also organizes lectures, choreographies, skits, street plays, song and dance presentations dealing with girl child and environment issues to spread social messages across all sections of the society. It has involved many NGOs in this noble endeavour of making this world a better place for future generations.

  • Career Counselling & Placement Cell

    Placement Cell is working very hard to help the students placed in reputed companies. The placement team works in conjunction with the industry professionals for the ongoing students placements. The department also aims at the overall grooming of the students, thereby polishing their communication skills, personality development, public speaking and resume writing . Workshops and sessions are conducted with the professionals on campus to further refine the skills of the students. Placement Cell also makes it feasible for the students to participate and get selected at the various job fairs and joint placement drives. Some of the companies and corporate houses that have visited the campus recently for recruitment are:

    • IBM
    • Wipro Technologies
    • TCS
    • Mphasis
    • EOS Edu Ventures
    • Genpact
    • Kayako Pvt. Ltd.
    • WNS BPO
    • Aspiring Minds
    Some Luminous Placements of 2017-2018
    • 93 students got offer letters as Executives during placement drive with Concentrix
    • 1 student selected in Vistara Airlines
    • 2 students selected in TCS
    • One student has been placed with EH1 Infotech

    Some other students of Animation Programme are working with Intelliseeds (a US Based MNC) for Animated content development, as 2D Animator with Evergreen Publications, with Pritam Films as 3D Animators, one with VFX Editor with Prime Asia TV and one other with Ramoji Film City (The Makers of Bahubali) Hyderabad. It is worth mentioning here that as a result of the meticulous efforts put in by the Placement Cell, Kamalpreet Kaur was not only selected in VIP Motion Pictures, but also has worked as an Editor and VFX Artist in India’s first ever VFX movie Preview released on MH1, thereby proposed her name in the Limca Book of Records. 13 have been shortlisted for BN Overseas for HR round and 13 others with Milestones for the final interview.

  • Alumni

    The college has an active Alumnae Association that provides a platform to its old students to express their profound sense of attachment, nostalgia, indebtedness to their alma mater and the feelings of exhilaration on their home coming. It not only strengthens the emotional bond of its alumnae but also devises ways to facilitate their active participation in college activities and programmes. The Association has come to accumulate over the years a very big treasure of distinguished alumnae who are not only winning laurels for themselves but also making the institution proud in their capacities as doctors, engineers, educationalists, lawyers, business entrepreneurs, bankers, artists. Their suggestions and feedback are highly appreciated. All KMVites are requested to be a part of this association and help us in anchoring and celebrating this special relationship. Log on to the college website www.kmvjla.org to get yourself registered.

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

Department of ECA

Beyond Curriculum

The department of Extra Curricular Activities at KMV strives to excel in striking a balance between syllabus, curriculum, books and co-curricular activities beyond them, envisioning to enhance the complete personality of the students to strongly face the testing road of the future. Kanya Maha Vidyalaya plays a pivotal role in channelizing the dormant energy of its students into the fruitful direction of personality development through extra- curricular activities. The department of ECA at KMV is brimming with activities throughout the year. The department charts Annual Programme Planner every year and finalises various projects to be undertaken which directly benefit students, society and the nation. Students participate in many cultural programmes and competitions like Essay writing, Quiz, Story writing, poetry, singing, dancing, acting, painting, modelling, mobile Quiz, Debate, Elocution, slogan writing, poster-making and many awareness enhancement and social extension activities from time to time. They also celebrate important days of national and international importance. The students in collaboration with various NGO’s like Rotary, Jaycees, Lions, Pahal, Arrive Safe and Goonj, organise many events like Tree Plantation, Blood Donation, Traffic awareness seminars, Women Safety awareness rallies, Say No to drugs campaign to name a few. The students actively prepare and participate in items for Zonal, Inter- Zonal, North Zone and Intervarsity Youth Festivals. These activities positively impact students’ emotional, intellectual, social, and inter-personal – development. They encourage interactions that are essential for building a strong civil society. Each activity offers students an opportunity to work with others and gain essential life skills. By working together with other individuals, students learn to negotiate well, communicate effectively, resolve conflict and lead others. They understand the importance of critical thinking, time management and academic and intellectual competence. Involvement in co-academic activities helps students mature socially by providing a setting for student interaction, relationship formation and discussion. Primarily, the intention is to make the ‘scholar’ students become fit and ready for the challenges in future life and develop a sense of healthy competition and cooperation, enhance leadership qualities, make them diligent and punctual, build team spirit and to augment the latent creative talents and skills which promote values of courtesy, mutual respect and tolerance.

2017-2018 Trail of Success …
  • Students lifted 2nd Runners Up Trophy and Ms. Muskan won the title “Ms. Festocom” at DAV College, Jalandhar
  • Students lifted 2nd Runners Up Trophy by winning 16 top positions in various items
  • The KMV youth festival team won 21 positions in Youth Festival 2017
  • Ms. Pardeep Kaur won the title Ms. Jalandhar 2017 organised by PTC Punjabi and she was among top 3 finalists for Ms World Punjaban
  • Ms Pardeep kaur Won the Title “Dhee Punjab Dee” She was awarded a cash prize of Rs 51000/- , Phulkari and citation at Kirpal Sagar Academy Rahon
  • Ms. Priyanshi Manhass won the title “ Ms Himachal Beauty Angel” 2018
  • Ms Amandeep Kaur won the title “Sohna Pehrava”
  • Ms. Navroop Kaur won the title “sohna Mukhda”
  • Three students bagged the Titles “ Saru Warga Kadd”, “Nakhre Patti Mutyar” and “Tor Punjaban Di” in Hamdard Virasaati Mela at Kapurthala

Throughout the academic year students keep participating in numerous competitions. Such activities are also pleasurable and offer students the prospect to spend time with people of analogous interests. It helps students meet friends from different social groups and also acts as a de-stressor from the rigorous demands of their usual academic workload.

Students Council

The Students’ Council of the college helps students learn and practice skills of good governance, democratic representation and participation and makes them feel involved and responsible. The Students’ Council is an elected body to represent the voice of the student community. Class Representatives are elected from each class, sixty out of whom are then bestowed with the membership of the Council along with representatives from the hostel, sports and EMA departments. The functions of the Students’ Council are handled by committees like Discipline Committee, Cleanliness Committee, Reception, Hospitality Committee and Students’ Centre Committee. Each committee has an agenda to work upon. The Committees are headed by Presidents and have several members for smooth functioning.

Societies & Clubs

Throughout the year, various clubs and societies functioning in the college keep the campus brimming with numerous activities that extend beyond syllabus and textbooks. Student-centric in nature, these clubs aim at tapping, nurturing and promoting the creative energy that bubbles out of every individual student. Almost all the departments actively engage themselves in arranging various types of co-academic and cultural events like quiz, poster-making, poetical symposia, paper-reading, debates, skits, choreographies etc. that help the students in refining and redefining their personality. It is mandatory for every student to be a member of one subject society and a club mentioned below at the time of admission.

  • English Literary Society
  • Hindi Sahitya Parishad
  • Punjabi Sahit Parishad
  • Sanskrit Sahitya Parishad
  • Young Historians Association
  • Lalit Kala Parishad
  • Commerce Society
  • Computers Club
  • Social Sciences Society
  • Student Welfare Club
  • Readers’ Club
  • Vikram Sarabhai Science Society (Registered with VIPNET (DST))
  • Ramanujan Maths Society
  • Pranav Naad (Young Musicians Club)
  • Sur Sangam (Faculty Activity Club)

Seminars / Workshops

In order to boost the capacity to learn and to teach meaningful application of knowledge to young minds, the college makes best efforts to complement the academic system with practical skills through various teaching methodologies that extend beyond the classrooms. Varied and multifarious activities like field trips, educational trips, socio-economic or psychological surveys, visits to industrial or corporate houses, national and international seminars, workshops and extension lectures by great scholars and subject experts, hands-on work experience in almost all the practical subjects are all integrated into the academic agenda.

National Cadet Corps (NCC)

The first college in Jalandhar to introduce NCC, KMV has a sub-unit of Army wing at present with a strength of 55 girl cadets. These cadets are trained in various fields like drill, firing and other Army subjects. All cadets are expected to attend the camp for which they are detailed. NCC cadets are given refreshment and issued uniforms free-of-cost for a session. At the end of their course, they receive B & C certificates which motivate them even further.

Integration with Press
  • Sargeant Shabnam attended Pre Republic Day Camp at New Delhi
  • 8 cadets participated at National level, 3 at state level and 93 cadets participated in training camps
  • 6 medals at National level, 3 prizes at state level and 9 prizes at University level in NCC

National Service Scheme (NSS)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) sponsored by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. The basic objective of the NSS is to arouse and enrich the social consciousness of students. The scheme is intended to provide an opportunity to students to engage in constructive social action, programmes, develop co-operative team spirit and gain skills in democratic leadership quality.

Aims & Objectives

The aims and objectives of the NSS are: (i) to render service to the community while studying in an educational institution; (ii) to arouse the social conscience among students; (iii) to provide them with an opportunity to work creatively and constructively with the community around the educational campus; and (iv) to put the education they receive to concrete social use; and specifically, (i) to work with and among the people; (ii) to engage in creative and constructive social action; (iii) to enhance knowledge of oneself and the community through a face-to-face with reality; (iv) to use the knowledge gained in the classroom in a practical way for mitigating at least some of the social problems; and (v) to gain skills in programme development to be able to be self-employed. The goals are to achieve improvement in personality, leadership qualities, national outlook and a sense of civic responsibility.

Goals
  • To enrich the student’s personality and deepen her understanding of the social environment in which he lives
  • To develop an awareness of his responsibility to society
  • To promote a concern for the well-being of the community
  • To undertake and participate in the activities designed to tackle social problem and to promote welfare
Regular Activities
  • General Orientation of NSS Volunteers.
  • NSS Day Celebrations -.
    • One week camp
    • One day camp
  • Cleanliness drive (Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat
  • Tree Plantation (Van Mahautsav)
  • Blood donation camp
  • Social Reach out Program
  • Health Awareness
  • Lectures/Rally’s on social issue
  • National Integration Program
  • Traffic Awareness Program
  • Voter Registration Drive & SVEEP related activities
  • Enrolment Of NSS Volunteer (offline)

Social Outreach

To reach out to the less privileged and deserving sections of our society, the college has established some clubs and cells committed to providing significant care and relief for the people who are oppressed, materially poor, powerless and disadvantaged as well as addressing certain pressing environmental and social concerns.

Women Empowerment Cell

To sensitize women about their status, identity and role, the college has established Women Empowerment Cell under the aegis of Gandhian Studies Centre. Through this cell the college is trying to ensure free education to girls from lower strata and financially backward classes in the villages nearby. The cell enlightens the women about their rights, healthcare, career, employment, safety, social security, violence against them through seminars & workshops. Training modules have been designed in computer applications, stitching, embroidery, painting, textile printing, candle making etc. so that they can be economically independent. The Cell has also involved many NGOs, societies and organizations to achieve its mission.

Saplings of Life Club

Since its inception under the able guidance of illustrious patrons Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal and the worthy President of KMV Managing Committee Sh. Chander Mohan, Saplings of Life Club is single mindedly dedicated to addressing profoundly urgent social issues like female foeticide and preservation of environment. The club has been involved in many worthwhile activities like tree plantation drives, maintenance of green belts and drive against the use of polythene bags. It also organizes lectures, choreographies, skits, street plays, song and dance presentations dealing with girl child and environment issues to spread social messages across all sections of the society. It has involved many NGOs in this noble endeavour of making this world a better place for future generations.

Career Counselling & Placement Cell

Placement Cell is working very hard to help the students placed in reputed companies. The placement team works in conjunction with the industry professionals for the ongoing students placements. The department also aims at the overall grooming of the students, thereby polishing their communication skills, personality development, public speaking and resume writing . Workshops and sessions are conducted with the professionals on campus to further refine the skills of the students. Placement Cell also makes it feasible for the students to participate and get selected at the various job fairs and joint placement drives. Some of the companies and corporate houses that have visited the campus recently for recruitment are:

  • IBM
  • Wipro Technologies
  • TCS
  • Mphasis
  • EOS Edu Ventures
  • Genpact
  • Kayako Pvt. Ltd.
  • WNS BPO
  • Aspiring Minds
Some Luminous Placements of 2017-2018
  • 93 students got offer letters as Executives during placement drive with Concentrix
  • 1 student selected in Vistara Airlines
  • 2 students selected in TCS
  • One student has been placed with EH1 Infotech

Some other students of Animation Programme are working with Intelliseeds (a US Based MNC) for Animated content development, as 2D Animator with Evergreen Publications, with Pritam Films as 3D Animators, one with VFX Editor with Prime Asia TV and one other with Ramoji Film City (The Makers of Bahubali) Hyderabad. It is worth mentioning here that as a result of the meticulous efforts put in by the Placement Cell, Kamalpreet Kaur was not only selected in VIP Motion Pictures, but also has worked as an Editor and VFX Artist in India’s first ever VFX movie Preview released on MH1, thereby proposed her name in the Limca Book of Records. 13 have been shortlisted for BN Overseas for HR round and 13 others with Milestones for the final interview.

Alumni

The college has an active Alumnae Association that provides a platform to its old students to express their profound sense of attachment, nostalgia, indebtedness to their alma mater and the feelings of exhilaration on their home coming. It not only strengthens the emotional bond of its alumnae but also devises ways to facilitate their active participation in college activities and programmes. The Association has come to accumulate over the years a very big treasure of distinguished alumnae who are not only winning laurels for themselves but also making the institution proud in their capacities as doctors, engineers, educationalists, lawyers, business entrepreneurs, bankers, artists. Their suggestions and feedback are highly appreciated. All KMVites are requested to be a part of this association and help us in anchoring and celebrating this special relationship. Log on to the college website www.kmvjla.org to get yourself registered.