KCW girls win P.U Intercollege Basketball Championship

Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana has Won P.U Intercollege Basketball Championship held at Panjabi University Chandigarh from 1Nov to 3 Nov 2023.

During the Legue Matches KCW beat P.U. Campus with score 79-38 and GGSCW-26 with score 67-39 in Final match.

The Winning team members comprise Shamma Parveen, Nandani Saha, Manmeet Kaur, Karanveer Kaur, Bhavika Dhir, Anchal, Kanishka Dhir, Muskan and Coaches:- Mr. Rajinder, Mr. Narinder, Ms. Saloni, Mr. Ravinder, Mr. Sukhwinder.

Director Dr. Mukti Gill and Principal Dr. Iqbal Kaur Congratulated the team along with S. Teja Singh (Hon. Sec. PBA) and Coaches for the Victory and to Dr. Mandeep Kaur (HOD) Physical Education & her team for the success.

An Inter-college Blog writing Competition held at Khalsa College for Women

The Economics Department of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana, organized an inter-college blog writing competition on the theme India’s G20 Presidency: An opportunity to shape a new paradigm of human-centric Globalisation on 3rd November 2023.As many as 22 students from  various colleges  participated in the competition enthusiastically. The students showcased their skills on the various themes such as galvanising green initiatives as one earth, promoting inclusive growth as one family, synergising technology for one future. Dr. Prabhleen Toor from Department of English judged the blog entries on the basis of clarity of ideas, presentation and writing skills.

Harneet Kaur from GNKCW, Ludhiana bagged first prize while Riya Rattan of SCD, Government College Ludhiana and Komalpreet Kaur, GNKCW, Ludhiana were adjudged second and third respectively. A consolation prize was given to Gaganpreet Kaur, KCW, Ludhiana.

Dr Mukti Gill Director and Principal Dr. Iqbal Kaur applauded the efforts of the Economics Department on the success of the event. They further added that such competitions empower the youngsters with practical skills and motivate them for innovation.

Students of Khalsa College for Women Showcased Exceptional Talents at BCM Arya Model Sr. Sec. School’s Annual Exhibition

Ludhiana, Punjab – On October 30, 2023, The talented students of the Department of Home Science and Fashion Designing at Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana, proudly exhibited their creative masterpieces at the BCM Arya Model Senior Secondary School’s Annual Exhibition. The event, aptly named “Anvesha – The Skill Revolution 2023,” showcased the incredible skills and creativity of the students.

The students—Anjali, Nandani, Sonali, Deepika, and Simran—presented handmade items, including attractive mobile pouches, chunk jewellery, handmade table coasters, cross-stitch laces and patches, Bandhan war, candles, wall hangings, baskets, cheekhu, and enu. These meticulously crafted items not only demonstrated their talent but also highlighted the department’s commitment to nurturing creativity and innovation among its students.

Under the guidance of the dedicated Department Head, Dr. Amarinder Caur, and with the support of the entire staff, the students worked tirelessly to bring their visions to life. Their efforts were met with admiration and praise from the visitors, including students, parents, and educators present at the exhibition.

Dr. Iqbal Kaur, the Principal of Khalsa College for Women, expressed her immense pride in the students’ accomplishments and extended her heartfelt congratulations to Anjali, Nandani, Sonali, Deepika, and Simran. She also commended Dr. Amarinder Caur and the faculty members for their guidance and encouragement, which played a crucial role in the students’ success.

The exhibition not only showcased the students’ creativity but also served as an excellent opportunity for them to interact with the community, fostering a spirit of collaboration and learning. It highlighted the college’s commitment to providing a platform for students to develop essential life skills beyond academics.

Mental Health Awareness Month

A community mental health drive was organised by the Counselling Cell of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines , Ludhiana to mark the World Mental Health Month. In a unique social outreach effort, psychology students from around ten city schools along with their teachers participated. A seminar titled ”Dealing with Mental Health Issues among  Youth” was organised to make the students aware of mental health issues and to empower them to help deal with daily life challenges and stressors. The resource person for the seminar, Mrs. Sunita Sharma, MD, PELTC, a certified trainer by NIESBUD and EX-registrar, STEP-GNDEC elaborated on various Mental Health problems and gave practical tips on inculcating positive Mental Health practices in our daily lives. The aim was to teach the students about positive mental health and make them ambassadors of change so that they could help themselves and others around them to deal proactively with mental health issues prevalent in the contemporary youth.

Further, the Department of Psychology organized a Poster Making Competition on the theme, Mental Health.

53 students from ten schools and three colleges from the city participated by making informative posters describing various aspects of mental health. The results were as follows:


1st – Pearl Jain – KVM Sr. Sec. School

2nd – Anshika Sahu – BCM Sr. Sec. School, Sector – 32

3rd – Hargunn Kaur – Guru Nanak International Public School

Consolation – Prachi Jain – KVM Sr. Sec. School


1st – Rabia Kakkar

2nd – Aadree Sanan

2nd – Alisha Parveen

3rd – Gagandeep Kaur

3rd – Parakh Suneja

Consolation – Taranpreet kaur

Dr. Mukti Gill, Director Institutional Development and Dr. Iqbal Kaur, Principal Khalsa College for Women gave away the prizes. They appreciated the enthusiasm of the participants to gain knowledge for the improvement of self as well as the society. The efforts of the Department of Psychology and Counselling Cell were also applauded, for being actively engaged in taking the Mental Health Issues to the masses for the benefit of the community.


During world space week celebrations at KCW, Civil lines Ludhiana, department of Physics organised  power point  presentation with “Space and Entrepreneurship” as focal theme of the programme on Oct6,2023 in which students of B.Sc participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. In which  first prize was  bagged by Prisha Murghai of BSc 2nd year, while second prize was given  to Gracy Chauhan  of BSc 1st  year. The third prize was bagged by Vedehi Dhir of B.Sc-3 while consolation prize was given to Jasmine Kaur of BSc 1st year. Director Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill and Principal Dr. (Mrs) Iqbal Kaur applauded the efforts of students .The winners were awarded with prizes and certificates

Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Collaborates with Ludhiana Zoo for an Enlightening Exhibition on Biodiversity and Conservation Insights

The Department of Zoology at Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, joined hands with Ludhiana Zoo, Department of Forest and Wildlife Conservation, Punjab, Government of India, to host a remarkable exhibition titled “Exploring Biodiversity: Taxonomic Treasures and Conservation Insights.” The event, which took place on 6th October, welcomed students from various schools, with esteemed school principals as the distinguished guests. 120 students and 6 faculty from various schools took part in this event. The exhibition aimed to provide an immersive experience that celebrated biodiversity and shed light on the critical need for conservation efforts. It was graced by the presence of school principals, including Ms. Balwinder from Govt Model Sr. Sec. School, PAU; Ms. Karamjit Kaur from Govt Sr. Sec. School, Civil Lines; and Ms. Charanjit Kaur from Govt Sr. Sec Model School, Cementary Road, Ludhiana.

The inauguration ceremony commenced with a warm welcome note, setting the stage for an enriching day ahead. Floral greetings were exchanged as a symbol of unity and collaboration in the cause of wildlife conservation. The event further commenced with a documentary show highlighting the vital topic of tiger conservation, illustrating the importance of protecting our majestic wildlife. The ceremonial lighting of lamps added a touch of solemnity to the event, signifying the enlightenment and awareness the exhibition sought to bring about. The presence of esteemed guests and participants from various schools created an atmosphere of enthusiasm and shared commitment to wildlife conservation.

Following the exhibition tour, students had the privilege of engaging in an interactive session, fostering experiential learning. This interactive segment allowed young minds to explore and inquire about the captivating world of biodiversity and the importance of its preservation. The exchange of ideas and knowledge was both enlightening and inspiring.

The “Exploring Biodiversity: Taxonomic Treasures and Conservation Insights” exhibition served as a valuable platform for students to connect with the wonders of the natural world. It emphasized the critical role of conservation in safeguarding our planet’s biodiversity. Dr Mrs Mukti Gill , Director and Dr Iqbal Kaur, Principal Khalsa College for Women extends their heartfelt gratitude to Ludhiana Zoo for their invaluable partnership in making this exhibition a success. This event reaffirms our commitment to fostering a deeper understanding of biodiversity and instilling a sense of responsibility to protect and preserve our natural heritage for future generations.

KCW Biotech Conducted Workshop and Poster Making Competition

The Department of Biotechnology, Khalsa College for Women, civil lines Ludhiana organized an event on, “Emerging trends in Science and Technology” on 04th October, 2023 in which a workshop was conducted for science students on the theme ‘‘Research techniques used in the field of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics’. 14 students from different schools viz. R.S Model Sr. Sec. School, Nankana Sahib Public School, D.A.V Public School, G.G.N. Public School and S.S.R. School for meritorious students, Ludhiana gained insight into research techniques i.e. isolation and screening of microbes, testing of personal hygiene, DNA isolation from bacterial culture, gel electrophoresis, introduction to various biological databases, protein sequence and structure analysis. Simultaneously a poster making competition was organised on various sub themes: Man’s Mission to moon: A step towards exploring life beyond planet, Green Technologies for cleaner environment, Artificial Intelligence in Health Science, Role of Biotechnology in welfare of Mankind, Stem Cell and regenerative Medicine, Role of Biotechnology in India’s fight against the COVID-19 Pandemicin which 15 students from schools and 13 students of B.Sc (Hons.) Biotechnology presented their ideas on above mentioned themes. Judgement was done by Ms. Sheetal Rana, Principal patent research analyst Signicent Information Solutions, Mohali. All the participants were awarded certificates and trophies were given to the winners. Overall the event fulfilled its aim of generating awareness on contribution of science and technology for the welfare of mankind and environment. The college management and Principal appreciated the tireless efforts of the department and motivated them for future endeavours.

Photography Workshop

The Photography Club  of Khalsa College for Women ,civil Lines Ludhiana,organized a one day workshop on” Photography Skills”in college .The workshop was conducted by Parv Kalia ,founder of chromatic pixels. He apprised the students about the various techniques of photography. He delivered lecture on tips and techniques of photography such as Exposure, Shutter- speed, Aperture, ISO, Lightning and Camera shooting modes. He further discussed the intricacies of how to capture Landscapic compositions and Portraits.

The Principal Dr. Iqbal Kaur and Director Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill appreciated the efforts of the photography club and encouraged the students to use such tips and techniques.

“Wildlife Wonders: Tales from the Animal Kingdom”

The Department of zoology, Khalsa college for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana in collaboration with Ludhiana Zoo, Department of Forest and Wildlife Preservation, Punjab initiated the celebrations of National Wildlife Week- 2023 under the theme “Partnership for Wildlife Conservation”.  The day one showcased a documentary series titled “Wildlife Wonders: Tales from the Animal Kingdom.” It was a captivating and educational event that celebrated the diverse and awe-inspiring world of wildlife. The event aimed to raise awareness about the importance of conservation, biodiversity, and our interconnectedness with the animal kingdom. The centerpiece of day one was the screening of several compelling wildlife documentaries that offered viewers a glimpse into the lives, behaviors, and habitats of remarkable creatures from around the world.

Titles of Documentaries Screened:

  1. Life: Creatures of the Deep
  2. The Kingdom of Tigers
  3. Barahsingha: The soul of Kanha
  4. Just Life: Just Insects

Each documentary provided educational insights into the lives and conservation efforts of various wildlife species, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation for the natural world. The event attracted a diverse audience, including students and faculty from different steams from the the college. “Wildlife Wonders: Tales from the Animal Kingdom” was a resounding success, achieving its goal of raising awareness about wildlife conservation and celebrating the beauty and diversity of Earth’s creatures. The event underscored the importance of collective efforts to protect and preserve the natural world for future generations. We express our gratitude to all who contributed to the event’s success. Together, we can ensure a future where wildlife continues to thrive and enrich our lives.

World Habitat Day observed at Khalsa College for Women

Department of Geography observed World Habitat Day, which is celebrated on first Monday in the month of October every year.  Raminder Kaur and Surbhi Saini students of B.A II presented a power point presentation helping students to understand the meaning of  habitat and its importance. The students further apprised the youngsters about its recognition by the United Nations along with aims and objectives to be  achieved. The day is marked under the theme “Resilient urban economies. Cities as drivers of growth and recovery” for the year 2023.

The College Principal applauded the efforts of the Department of Geography and also spoke about the collective responsibility of the humans to arrange shelter for all.