The students of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana have achieved outstanding results in M.com-2nd Semester examinations held in May 2017. Radhika has bagged 5th position in the University and first position in college with 1146 marks out of 1400 securing 81.85 percent while Harmeet Kaur stood 6th in University and second in college with 1141 marks out of 1400 securing 81.5percent. Jaspreet Kaur Grewal has bagged 3rd position in college with 1115 marks out of 1400 securing 79.64 percent. Out of 43 students who appeared for examination, 12 students passed with distinction.
Topper of the college, Radhika attributed her success to her hardwork, tireless efforts of the Departmental staff, motivational support of the college Principal coupled with the blessings of her Parents. The College Management and Principal, Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill congratulated the staff of Post Graduate Department of Commerce for their sincere efforts in achieving excellent results and maintaining the tradition of the college in clinching top university positions and also wished them good luck to continue to soar greater heights in future.


Keeping up the tradition of marvellous results, students of Khalsa College for women, Civil lines, Ludhiana have again excelled in Panjab University, May 2017 examinations for B.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology Semester II. Eshita Jain has topped the university by scoring 85.4%. Jaspreet Kaur stood second in the university by securing 84.4% while Sukhdeep Kaur bagged sixth position with 82.2% marks. Students owed their success to college, their teachers and parents. The overall result of the college is hundred percent with all students passing in First division. The college Management and the Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill congratulated the students for bringing laurels to their college.


The Khalsa College for women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana walked away with the overall championship trophy of the Inter College women’s Judo Championship that was held at Punjab University Chandigarh. Team got 3 gold medals, 2 silver & 1 bronze medals. Vinita, Komal & Urvashi won gold medals. Amandeep & Simran won silver medals & Kirandeep won bronze medal in different weight category.
Vinita &Komal Participated in Judo World University Tournament held at Thai Pai in the month of September.


The Physical Education Department of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana bring glory to the college Basketball team brought runners-up Trophy in the Punjab University Inter College Competition held at Chandigarh from 5 Oct to 7 Oct 2017.There was a total 9 teams in the Competition. Four teams are qualified for the league. Final match played between KCW v/s PGGCG, SEC 11, CHD. KCW won the match with 18 points.
Worthy Principal Madam Dr. (Mrs).Mukti gill congratulated the team, Coach S. Davinder Singh and Physical Education Department.


Students of Khalsa college for Women, Civil lines Ludhiana accolades to the college bagging prizes in Inter-college Cross Country Competition, held at Punjab University Chandigarh on 5th October 2017.Team gold bronze medal in cross country.Shalini selected for Inter University Camp. The Managing Committee of the college and Principal Dr.Mrs.Mukti Gill congratulated Physical Education Dept.on their recognition of achievements & wished them good luck for future endeavours.


It is indeed a matter of proud for Khalsa College for Women Civil Lines Ludhiana as the chess team won Runner ups trophy in inter college competition held at Punjab University Chandigarh from 4 Oct to 5 oct 2017. Shradha, Himandeep, Gurleen & Diksha bagged silver medal. Shradha and Himandeep kaur selected for Inter University Camp.
Worthy Madam Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill congratulated the players, Coach and Physical Education Department.

Cleanliness Drive by KCW NCC Cadets

A clean India could be the best tribute that we could pay to the father of nation Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched Swatch Bharat Mission on 2nd October 2014 throughout length and breadth of the country as a national movement with the aim to achieve the vision of clean India.
Partnering cleanliness campaign of India, NCC cadets of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana, joined hands for the cleanliness drive organized on 2nd October 2017 in the college campus. The campaign was organized under the stewardship of College Principal, College Associate NCC Officer and staff of 3 Punjab Girls Bn. NCC Ludhiana. The cadets pledged to keep their surroundings clean and green. They promised that they would fulfill Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of clean and hygienic India.
College Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill appreciated the efforts put in by the NCC cadets. She added that these young minds must be trained to take part in such campaigns, so that they themselves take the responsibility of keeping the environment clean. The talent, energy and creativity of cadets must be channelized to bring a positive change in the society. Such events help in acquainting the young cadets with their social responsibilities, which are missing in today’s generation. She motivated the cadets to abide by their pledge and convince their friends and families as well for the same.

KCW Clinches Youth Festival Over All First Runners-up Trophy

Four days long & Youth & Heritage Festival (Zone-B) 26th Sept to 29th Sept, 2017 held at A.S College for Women, Khanna culminated with zealous and enthusiastic team of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana emerging as Over all First Runner-up in a neck to neck competition. The College clinched 15 First, 6 Second, and 16 Third prizes in various categories. The Sincere efforts and hard work of the students and staff, combined with the constant support and motivation of the Principal made it possible. The management and the Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill congratulated and applauded the grit and determination of the students and wished them success in all their future endeavours.

K.C.W Girl shines in P. U. Examination

Talwinder kaur, student of Khalsa College for women, civil lines, Ludhiana stood third in the panjab university, semester examination in the subject of M.A, History. She secured 74.06 % Principal (Dr.) Mukti Gill congratulated her on her brilliant success and lauded the efforts of the history department.


The Fine Arts Department of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana organised a Diwali Mela on the College Campus which was celebrated with great zeal and fervour. The Principal Dr.Mukti Gill inaugurated this event. The students of the college had put up various stalls having fun games, fancy diyas,and candles. The event was lined up with scrumptious food junctions, amazing and trendy fashion stalls set up by students. NSS unit of the college took an initiative to promote two self-help groups, Sada Shiv Modern Self Help Group and Bebe Nanki Self Help Group. NSS Volunteers helped these young women entreprenuers to sell their products among students and teachers finally enabling them to sustain themselves.

The Mela was a shopper’s paradise and met the expectations of spectators and students alike.