The first ever Inter-Khalsa College Youth Festival was organized at Khalsa College for Women (KCW) on March 11-12, 2016. Students from all the 12 Khalsa institutions showcased their talent in the cultural bonanza. The festival aimed at encouraging the creative expression and skill development among students. Several competitions, including singing, fancy dress, mimicry, skit, debate, extempore, Kawishri, group shabad gaayan, poetry, painting and cartooning, group dance, action songs and quiz competition were organised during the festival.
Khalsa College for Women (KCW) bagged the overall running trophy, scoring well in gidda and other dance items, while the Khalsa College bagged the first runner-up prize and the Khalsa College of Education turning out to be the second runner-up.
College celebrated the birth anniversary of the first Deputy Prime Minister of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas or the National Unity Day on Nov 2,2015. A pledge was taken by the faculty members and students to withstand the actual and potential threats to the unity, integrity and security of our country. Principal Dr. Sukhbir kaur Mahal put light on the contributions done by him for our country. Dr. Chanchal Bala Head Department of Hindi highlighted on his personality.
More than 870 students were conferred degrees during the convocation on Nov 28, 2015.The chief guest during the program, University Grants Commission (UGC) Secretary Dr.Jaspal Singh, stressed on girls education and emphasized on the need for introducing skill development courses to make youth `employable.
Dr.Jaspal added that the traditional courses need a total revamp and professional degrees have to be encouraged as the main motive of the education is to earn livelihood. “The job-oriented courses must be the focus and the UGC is doling out grants for vocational courses, said he as he congratulated the students to get graduate and post-graduate degrees.
Khalsa College Governing Council President Satyajit Singh Majithia earlier remarked that every individual must inculcate the trait of humbleness which is also the aim of the education. He said that the education to girl students would help them to attain their rightful position of honour in the society. He also coaxed the students for loving the own culture and language.
KCGC honorary secretary, Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina batted for ducation for girls. “After getting the degrees, the girls who are the future of our nation would go to serve the motherland and as education is a great leveler, it provides girls honourable place in the society as it makes them independent financial, said S. Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina.
KCW Principal Dr.Sukhbir Kaur Mahal, who welcomed the guests, read the progress report citing the achievements in academics, cultural activities and sports. She said that under the able leadership of KCGC, the College was progressing day and night and new infrastructure development has put the college in the forefront in education field. She also congratulated the students who got degrees and those who earned medals and accolades for their achievements in past year.
NSS department of college celebrated Independence day by taking out a Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan Rally to develop awareness about cleanliness. The slogans chanted by the students were:
Our safety depends on cleanliness.
Cleanliness is next to Godliness.
Green City, Clean City, my Dream City
UGC Sponsored National Seminar was organazed by Department of Science on March 21-22, 2015.