Kanya Maha Vidyalaya-the Heritage and Autonomous Institution, Jalandhar organized the pious Amar-Jyoti function to mark the culmination of the academic session 2017-18. The chief guest on the occasion were two ladies of great repute Ms. Deepika Singh, A.C.P. Crime Against Women and Dr. Kamal Gupta a renowned gynecologist of Jalandhar City. Also present to grace the occasion were Dr. Sushma Chawla, Smt. Sushila Bhagat, Smt Neeru Kapoor, Mr. Dhruv Mittal and Dr. Satpal Gupta. After a warm floral welcome of all the guest Principal Prof. Dr. Atima Sharma Dwivedi read the annual report of 2017-18. Making the gathering aware of the importance of Amar Jyoti Prof. Sharma said that it was an age old tradition at K.M.V. since its inception to gave this warm send-off to the out-going students by showing them with blessing for an exemplary and bright future. After the traditional songs exclusively sung at KMV on the occasion like Jai Jai Janani, Jai Jai Mata and Namo Desh Bhumi Namaste Namaste. The outgoing students shared some nostalgic memories with all present. This was followed by a number of students who had been placed under merit in medical and non-medical stream and were honoured under the DBT star-college scheme with cash incentives. Mr. Bachitar from the college office and Mr. Pankaj from the account office were honoured for exemplary services rendered in the administration section. Next in list of honours were given to teachers who had promoted e-learning, carried on value added programmes like personality Development, Foundation programme and Moral education programme. Dr. Madhumeet, Associate prof. Post Graduate Department of English and dean student welfare was honoured for exemplary research and publication. She is the editor of research jourvnal oracle. Finally the patron and the source of inspiration for much creativity and innovation at K.M.V. Principal Madam Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi was honoured by the faculty and organizers of the function. The chief Guest Ms. Deepika Singh ACP crime against women observed that everytime she came to KMV she realized that how keeping abreast with all that was modern and trendy, KMV kept its base firmly rooted in rich traditional legacy. She appreciated the excellent grooming KMV provided and exhorted girls to be more vocal so that much crime could be nipped in the board. Dr. Kamal Gupta advised girls that maintenance of body began in teens and good health was the key to success in life. The programme endeed with the tilak and distribution of Prasad to the outgoing students and the chanting of national anthem. Principal Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated organizers of the programme Dr. Shalini Gulati and Mrs. Poonam Sharma.