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K.C. College of Education holds Alumni Meet
11/30/2022 11:38:37 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 30: K.C. College of Education today organized an Alumni Meet – “THE REUNION 2022”
At the very onset the Alumni were accorded a warm welcome by Ms. Rita Jamwal, Convenor, Alumni Committee. This was followed by deliberations on the significance of Alumni as an important Human Resource by Ms. Taranjeet Kour, Asstt.
Professor. Over 100 alumni offline as well as online, attended the event marked by inspirational speech by Dr. Sanjay Tickoo, Principal of the College wherein he urged upon the Alumni to not only simply stay in touch with the college but contribute towards its improvement and upliftment also. They can play their role in the functioning of the soon to be constituted placement cell of the college by acting as a liasion between college and their work places. Moreover the college will put every effort to establish liasion with different reputed institutions of Jammu district for placement services. On this occasion election of Alumni body, to be registered in court, was held for the post of President, Secretary, treasurer and members. Saloni Gupta, Roshni Salgotra, Ansar Ahmed were elected as president, Secretary and treasurer respectively whereas Shagun, Akshata, Vaishali and Anamika as members. The programme was further marked by variety programme including songs, folk dances and bhangra by the present batch of teacher trainees. The highlight of the programme was a short skit based on care of elderly people of society. The alumni shared their experiences and memories of the college to be cherished forever. They were given memoir as token of love and goodwill. The vote of thanks was presented by Rita Jamwal.
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