Outgoing students blessed in 132nd Amarjyoti at KMV


Jalandhar, April 20, 2017: In keeping with its rich heritage, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya-the Heritage Institution , Jalandhar organized its most pious and traditional function ‘Amar Jyoti’ to mark the culmination of the academic session 2016-17 and bless the outgoing students. Smt.Neerja Chander Mohan, a senior member of KMV Managing Committee was the Chief Guest for this august occasion. Dr.Sushma Chawla, renowned gynecologist, Vice President KMV Managing Committee, Mrs.Sushila Bhagat and Mrs.Neeru Kapoor were the Guest of Honour. The programme commenced with the recital of ‘Vande Matram’ followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the honoured Chief Guest accompanied by the Principal Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi and members of KMV Managing Committee amidst chanting of Gayatri Mantra and Vedic Shlokas.
In her address, Principal KMV welcomed the eminent guests and presented the Annual Report of the college highlighting the achievements of KMV in academics, Co-academics, co-curricular activities and sports. Madam, Principal said that the Kaushal Kendra awarded to KMV by UGC has been selected to work in collaboration with Australia Embassy and the placement of this Kaushal Kendra is 100%.
Outgoing students of undergraduate and post-graduate classes conveyed their gratitude to the Vidyalaya for nurturing them like a mother through the soulful rendition of the song ‘Jai Jai Janani. The Amar Jyoti which they had received from their senior was passed on to the junior students symbolizing the handing over of the vidyalaya tradition and culture from one generation to another where each generation promises to safeguard it.
Bidding adieu to their alma mater the outgoing students, in their farewell speech, promised to keep the KMV spirit alive and bring pride and honour to the college even as its alumni. The atmosphere grew emotional during the Tilak Ceremony as each one of the students was blessed by the Chief Guest Mrs. Neerja Chander Mohan and Principal Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi. Following a unique practice, each outgoing student was presented ‘elaichi-mishri’ as a mark of good luck for future life.
As part of the celebration resource persons for Foundation Programme, Centre for Competitive Exams, School for Personality Development, Moral Education Programme along with the teachers who made maximum use of smart classrooms in their teaching were honoured. 10 members of administration and Non-Teaching Staff of KMV fraternity were also felicitated for their commitment and dedication. Outstanding participants of Foundation Programme, School for Personality Development, KMV School of Communications, Creative Writing Competitive in English, Diploma in Creative Writing in Hindi, NSS, SVEEP, light and sound show, National Science Olympiad, National Cyber Olympiad, International Maths Olympiad, International English Olympiad, KMV School of Vedic Mathematics were presented with trophies and certificates.
In her address, Dr. Sushma Chawla, the Guest of Honour, an alumna of the college grew nostalgic while remembering the years spent in KMV and spoke of her deep attachment with KMV. She motivated the students to stay focused and healthy in life. Smt. Sushma Bhagat, the Guest of Honour in her address commended the achievements of the college. She wished the outgoing students great success in their life ahead. The programme ended on a pious note with the recital of hymn that lent a sacred ambience of the whole atmosphere.

Friday, April 21, 2017