HMV College, Jalandhar, bags A++ grade in NAAC score

HMV College, Jalandhar, bags A++ grade in NAAC score

Students and teachers of HMV College in a jubilant mood after the institute got A++ accreditation.

Jalandhar, October 1

Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (HMV) added another feather in its cap by scoring highest NAAC grade A++. The college scored 3.65 marks out of four in the third cycle.

A celebration was held on the college premises yesterday. The chief guests on the occasion was chairman, local committee, and vice- president, DAVCMC, Justice (retd) NK Sud and his wife Arunima Sud. The secretary, DAVCMC, Arvind Ghai, his wife Rashmi Ghai, the secretary, DAVCMC, Ajay Goswami, member local committee Irwin Khanna, Surendra Seth, Ashok Pruthi, Kundan Lal Aggarwal, Dr Sushma Chawla, SP Sehdev, Dr Pawan Gupta, Principal Anup Vats, Principal Kiran, the Principal, Dr Ekta Khosla, Dr Rajeev Deol, MLA Sushil Rinku and councillor Harjinder Singh Ladda were also present on the occasion.

From the HMV Alumnae Association Sarvinder Kaur, Ramanpreet Kaur, Kiranpreet Kaur Dhami and Dr Sarla Bhardwaj, attended the function.

In her address, the college Principal, Dr Ajay Sareen, thanked the Almighty for the achievement. She also apreciated the president, DAVCMC, Dr Punam Suri, a Padam Shri awardee, for his continuous support to the college. She said the HMV scored highest score nationwide in the third cycle. In the NAAC report, members wrote that the HMV was a girls’ institution dedicated to value education, she added.

She expressed her gratitude towards the managing committee for their continuous support and assured that the HMV would maintain this position in future also.

Dr Sareen also thanked Dr Kanwaldeep Kaur, Dr Ekta Khosla, NAAC core committee members, the teaching and non-teaching staff. Students presented folk song, classical dance and choreography. Dr Santosh Khanna, Head, Department Music (Instrumental), played sitar. The stage was conducted by Dr Anjana Bhatia. — TNS

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