LEGAL LITERACY DRIVE CONCLUDES AT KCW

Legal Literacy drive organized by Legal Literacy Club of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana concluded with a visit to Swami Ganga Giri Janta Girls College, Raikot..

Dr. Khushdip Kaur, In charge of Legal Literacy Club presented a guest lecture on various issues of CYBER CRIME. She deliberated on the gravity of crimes like Hacking, Stalking, Morphing, Pornography and Cyber Terrorism and discussed the ways to tackle such situations where the privacy of a person is shattered through the misuse of ID Accounts or other personal details. She emphasized on the vigilant use of internet and social media and accentuated the students that they must avoid making personal details available on cyber space, as it might be misused. She further apprised the students about the increasing cyber crime and why most of the crimes remain unreported due to the hesitation and fear of infamy. She made an appeal to report such crimes to the cyber cells established at the district levels under the (IT ACT 2000) or to the police to avoid any potential harm.

During the interactive session amongst the other burning topics of cyber crime she discussed at length about the Blue Whale game and shared some tips & tricks to stay away from such links.

Club members Kanishka & Mehak Soni delivered speeches on ‘Sexual Harrasment at Work Place’ and ‘Child Abuse’.  They also shared the helpline number 1091 and 1098 to report such crimes. Very Informative videos were also shown to students.

The Principal Mrs. Sarla Saggar appreciated the efforts made by Legal Literacy Club of KCW.

KCW STUDENTS SHINE IN THE CREATIVE CONTEST HELD AT PAU

The students of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana won accolades in the various competitions of state level held at Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana to observe the ‘World Suicide Prevention Day’. The contest included five competitions, namely: essay writing, poetry, story, slogan coining and poster making.  Amritpal  kaur of  B.A-III won first prize in story writing and a consolation prize in poetry. Tejinder kaur B.Sc-III secured first prize in essay writing. Around 873 students participated in the contest from all over the state. The winners were honored by the renowned Punjabi writer Dr. Surjit Patar.

The principal Dr. Mukti Gill and the Management congratulated the students and appreciated the efforts of the Punjabi Department.

Essay writing contest at KCW

The Functional English Deptt. of Khalsa College for Women Civil Lines Ludhiana organized an essay writing contest on ‘Innovative Ways For Spreading the message of hygiene’ under the ‘Swachhta Pakhwada’ drive to spread  a message of cleanliness among students and in surrounding areas as directed by the HRD ministry. It was an inter-departmental contest in which students from various streams participated and put their best pen forward to deliberate on the issues of health and hygiene. The contest aimed at broadening the horizon of the students and understanding the significance of cleanliness. The winners of the contest were Purodhika Sharma BCA-I Computer Science 1st Prize, Simrita Chawla B.Sc-II Biotech won 2nd Prize and 3rd Prize was secured by Shivani BA-II Functional English.

The Principal Dr. Mukti Gill congratulated the winners and encouraged the staff to organize more of such contests as it provides a platform to the students to engage with issues of importance to their country.

UPCYCLING: A WORKSHOP AT KCW

The Department of Home Science and Fashion Designing of KCW, Civil Lines, Ludhiana organized a workshop on “Upcycling: The New Wave Of Sustainable Fashion” to raise awareness for environmentally conscious fashion. Ms Ravneet Toor from NEET designer Studio Conducted an informative and interactive workshop where she demonstrated on how to convert old clothes into new garments with the technique of upcycling.

She said that ethical fashion is thoughtful fashion which maximizes benefits to people and communities while minimizing impact on environment. Upcycling is one of the most innovative ways to transform the fashion industry by reducing the clothing and textile waste, and reusing dead stock or gently used fabric to create new garments. She further apprised the student about slow fashion movement which represents “eco”, “ethical” and “green” and aims to protect natural resources and ecosystems. She urged the students to be ethical as a fashion designer and take responsibility to create environment friendly fashion in order to save the planet earth from potential damages in future.

The Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill appreciated the efforts of the staff and encouraged them to organize such workshops in future also where students get exposure of recent fashion trends and movements.

LEGAL LITERACY DRIVE CONCLUDES AT KCW

Legal Literacy drive organized by Legal Literacy Club of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana concluded with a visit to Swami Ganga Giri Janta Girls College, Raikot.

Dr. Khushdip Kaur, In charge of Legal Literacy Club presented a guest lecture on various issues of CYBER CRIME. She deliberated on the gravity of crimes like Hacking, Stalking, Morphing, Pornography and Cyber Terrorism and discussed the ways to tackle such situations where the privacy of a person is shattered through the misuse of ID Accounts or other personal details. She emphasized on the vigilant use of internet and social media and accentuated the students that they must avoid making personal details available on cyber space, as it might be misused. She further apprised the students about the increasing cyber crime and why most of the crimes remain unreported due to the hesitation and fear of infamy. She made an appeal to report such crimes to the cyber cells established at the district levels under the (IT ACT 2000) or to the police to avoid any potential harm.

During the interactive session amongst the other burning topics of cyber crime she discussed at length about the Blue Whale game and shared some tips & tricks to stay away from such links.

Club members Kanishka & Mehak Soni delivered speeches on Sexual Harrasment at work place and Child Abuse.  They also shared the helpline number 1091 and 1098 to report such crimes.

The Principal Mrs. Sarla Saggar appreciated the efforts made by Legal Literacy Club of KCW.

“SAY NO TO SUICIDE” SAYS THE SYNAPSE CLUB

KCW Synapse-the college community club organised a two day  public awareness drive to mark the World Suicide Prevention day. On the  day one ,the counselling cell of the college arranged a lecture by  a consultant psychologist ,Palak Jain, from Fortis Hospital ,Ludhiana. The second day activities comprised of spreading this valuable and life saving information amongst the community .The student volunteers from the Dept of Psychology distributed informative  leaflets. Further, the club members formed a human chain in the formation of alphabet “S’’ and marked a cross over it signifying their campaign slogan “SAY NO TO SUICIDE”.

SWACHHTA PAKHWADA (1ST TO 15TH, SEPTEMBER, 2017) : CARE FOR THE SURROUNDINGS

NSS Unit of Khalsa College for women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana visited slum area at Fauji Mohalla near bus stand on September 9, 2017 under the ”Swachhta Pakhwada Campaign” to explain the concept of cleanliness. The motive behind this was to spread swachhta awareness so that they can take care of their sanitation and personal hygiene. Volunteers interacted with the people and explained them how and where they can dispose their waste and also distributed soaps to them.

Taking a minute can change a life:

Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana counseling cell organized a thought providing community mental health drive against suicide. The three day drive was inaugurated by an enlighting lecture by Ms. Palak Jain consultant psychologist from Fortis hospital. The participants of the drive included all the hostel wardens of college and all the senior tutors along with student volunteer from the department of Psychology, sociology and KCW Synapse, the college community club.
The highlight of the programme was the fact that the participants would ensure that the deliberations on the topic would not remain confined to the walls of the seminar hall but would reach as many ears as possible as a part of community mental health drive.
Ms. Palak highlighted the increasing instance of suicide rate and delved into the casual factor and the need to take urgent measures to prevent the loss of innocent valuable lives.
She also elaborated on the recent trend of self mutilating and destructive internet sensation like blue whale game and so on. She attempted to shed light on preventive measures for friends, parents and primary caretakers to recognize early warning signs in an influenced individual.
The students and teachers found the topic very enlightening and interacted enthusiastically with the speaker in order to resolve their queries.

Commerce Society “ Inspira-2017” organised to explore the creative talent of the students

Post graduate department of Commerce, Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana organized “Inspira-2017” on September 8, 2017 to explore the creative talent of the students.The event focused on creating a platform for students to showcase their creativity and to display academic knowledge through innovative ideas. The students of B. Com and M.com exhibited their ideas on the topics such as Principles & practices of Management, GST, Banking, Branding and Entrepreneurship. Besides the subject boards, students also prepared boards on famous management gurus. The topics were presented very meticulously by the participants and best idea generator class was awarded. The events were adjudged by faculty on the basis of parameters like knowledge, creativity and presentation. Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Mukti Gill, appreciated the efforts of department and encouraged that such activities should be organized in future too, in order to enhance confidence and overall personality of the students.

EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO RADIO STATION

The Functional English Deptt. Of KCW civil lines Ludhiana organized an educational field trip to AIR FM Gold channel Ludhiana for the students of Radio Journalism. The students had an interactive session with the studio Incharge Mr. Navdeep singh and the technical staff. He apprised the students of the various aspects of Radio Journalism. The students also got an opportunity to attend the live programmes titled Home sweet Home and Udaan with RJ Maninder. They also learnt about the process of writing for radio as well as the handling and operation of technical equipments used in Radio Broadcast.
The principal Dr. Mukti Gill congratulated the students and encouraged the staff to organize more of educational trips for the students.