Taking lead in academia, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Autonomous and Heritage Institution organised the 2nd meeting of Academic council with the intent of ensuring excellence in education. The meeting was chaired by Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi, Principal KMV and was graced by acclaimed luminaries as members. Dr. Nikhil Kumar, Education officer from UGC, Dr. N.S. Tung Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar, Dr. Jagrup Singh Sekhon, Prof. Dept. of Pol. Science, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Mrs. Karamjit Kaur Chaudhary Former-DPI, Education Department, Punjab Govt. along with the Deans and Heads of Departments of KMV provided their valuable inputs as members of Academic Council. Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi, Principal KMV apprised the erudite academicians that new policies have been made to deal with examination and research in order to acquire excellence in teaching and evaluation. The examination policy at KMV will be student-friendly which will provide an apt platform to the students to display their brilliance, hard work and intellect. The aim will be to provide complete justice to students and also to evaluate them in a flawless manner. This was followed by exhaustive discussions for the implementation of new programmes for students, along with the regular teaching, for their holistic personality development. On this occasion presentation regarding Examination policy was made by Ms. Hardeep Kaur Controller of Examinations who threw light on the upcoming reforms in KMV Examination policy. A presentation on research policy was made by Dr. Jatinder Pal , Dean Research. He gave an account of the KMV initiative of giving SEED money to the student researcher who excels in the arena of research. Ms. Ashoo Bajaj in her presentation on sports policy of KMV threw light on the enhancement of sports facilities for the students. ECA policy was also shared in her presentation by Dr. Gurjot. Dr. Shalini Gulati shared information regarding the introduction of Module based Moral Education programme and Dr. Gurjot explained the foundation Program which has been introduced for the new entrants. Credits will be awarded to both the Moral Education Program and Foundation Programe. All the members endorsed that the up-gradation of syllabi and other reforms which had been done after considerable deliberations will be very beneficial for the students and will help them to forge ahead in life. Dr. Nikhil Kumar acquainted all present with the new scheme of UGC and expressed his appreciations of the excellent work done by KMV. Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that these reforms which meet global standards will help students gain an edge and get assimilated in global education system.