The 73rd annual prize distribution function of Government College for Girls, Ludhiana, was held today. Maheshinder Singh Grewal, adviser to CM Punjab was the chief guest. Kanwal Inder Singh member, SGPC, Baba Ajit Singh, Gurjit Singh Mangat were also present on the occasion. Principal Dr Mohinder Kaur Grewal accorded a warm welcome to the chief guest and guest of honour. She read out the annual report of the session and highlighted the various achievements in the field of academics, sports, social and cultural activities. As many as more than 600 students from arts, commerce, science, PGDCA, journalism and CBA were awarded prizes for their excellent performance in academics, sports and extra-curricular activities in the presence of glittering gathering of parents and distinguished guests. As many as 66 students were awarded with college colour, 46 students were awarded with roll of honour, 73 with merit certificates and 300 students were given certificates for their good performance in house examinations.KCW BAGS OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHYThe department of computer science of Khalsa College for Women won the overall championship trophy during the Techno-Vision National Level Inter-College Competition held at GNIMT. With the increasing trend of computing in day to day life, the exposure in the field of computers has maintained its position. GNIMT organised various competitions in IT field including software development, paper presentation, logo designing and data hunt. As many as 300 students from various colleges affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Punjab University, Punjab Agriculture University, Guru Nanak Dev University, Kurukshetra University, Himachal Pradesh University and Central University of Jammu participated in the event and showcased their talent. Roohi and Tanu grabbed first position in data hunt. Roohi and Kritika won first prize in web development while Simran stood first in logo designing. Ruchi Jain secured first position in C maestros while Nishtha and Manpreet bagged second position in software development, respectively. Principal Dr Mukti Gill congratulated the students for their achievement and motivated them to excel more in future. She also applauded the efforts of the faculty of the Department of Computer Science for polishing & honing the IT skills of the students.GNKCW GIRLS BAG LAURELSStudents of Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women brought laurels to the college by securing university positions in BCA (3 semester) examination and BBA (1 Semester) examination held in December, 2015. Payal Vadera topped the university by securing 86.6 per cent marks while Navdeep Saini scored 84 per cent marks and stood fourth in University and second in the college. Meenu Rattan stood third in college by scoring 81.1 per cent marks. BBA (1st semester) student Ashima Vaid secured third position in University and first in college by scoring 76.90 per cent marks while Gagandeep Kaur scored 73.63 per cent marks and stood 2nd in college. General Secretary of the college governing body Gurvinder Singh Sarna and principal Manjit Kaur Ghuman congratulated the students and the members of the faculty for their outstanding achievements.
Arshdeep Kaur Bains of Khalsa College for Women brought laurels to the college by winning third prize in elocution under the category of literary events at the 31st Inter-University National Youth Festival, organised by Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi, Ministry of Youth Affaires and Sports, Government of India held at the University of Mysore. It is her third victory at the national level with gold and two bronze medals. More than 1,200 students from 70 universities took part in 27 events under various categories. Sharing her views Arshdeep said competing with the top students of various universities was a great learning experience. Principal Dr Mukti Gill congratulated Prof Honey Walia to provide for the constant guidance and support required to prepare for such a competition and applauded Arshdeep for the success. She further added that these festivals give best platform to the youth to showcase their talent and encourage cultural exchange and intellectual dialogue.
Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women, Gujarkhan Campus, organised a one-day home science and fine arts workshop on fabric painting today. Parvinder Kaur from Pedilite was the resource person on the occasion. She gave demonstration on various techniques of fabric painting and liquid embroidery to the students. She highlighted the importance of art in everyday life and guided the students regarding numerous career options in this field. Principal Manjit Kaur Ghuman stressed upon the need of such workshops which help in giving a direction to the budding artists.