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Posted at: May 4, 2018, 1:57 AM; last updated: May 4, 2018, 1:57 AM (IST)

KMV college to start 17 new courses

KMV college to start 17 new courses
Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi, principal of KMV College holds a press conference regarding updation of courses in Jalandhar on Thursday. Photo: Sarabjit Singh

Jalandhar: The Kanya Maha Vidyalaya college on Thursday introduced 17 new courses for its students. To upgrade the whole syllabi, introducing reforms and beginning new courses, 27 boards of study were held twice with experts from institutions like Jawaharlal Nehru University, SRCC Delhi, National Stock Exchange, Mumbai, Ethiraj College, Chennai and many other elite universities including GNDU, Amritsar, Punjab University, Chandigarh.

KMV has its own academic council with representatives from GNDU, UGC, Government of India, and many other elite institutions. A meeting of the Academic Council was also held on April 18.

New job-oriented skill enhancing courses have also been introduced. Around 17 new job-oriented and skill enhancing courses have been introduced, out of which there are 8 PG and 9 under graduate programs which offer umpteen job opportunities to the students. The total number of PG programmes have risen to 19.

The new PG courses being planned are such as M Sc Chemistry, M.Sc Zoology, MA Psychologym, MA (JMC), MA Fine Arts, MA Cosmetology, MA Dance MA Punjabi. The UG Programmes (after +2) are - B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture-(4 year degree course), B.Com (Hons), BA (Hons) English, BSc Economics (with specialization in Banking), PHC - in place of Basic Punjabi for non-PSEB students of other states among others. — OC

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