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Alumnae Corner

An alumnae network allows the institution to benefit from the skills and experience of the graduate by offering their support to the students, to the institution and to each other. If kept properly informed and engaged alumnae are the most loyal supporters and best ambassadors offering invaluable marketing and promotion across their personal & professional network. The reputation of an institute grows when it keeps producing successful graduates continuously. It is about giving back. Alumnae are not our past- they are our future. It is therefore strategic for the institution of higher learning to establish and maintain good relations with its alumnae by inviting them in decision making, network building and towards the overall advancement of the institutions. An active alumnae association can contribute in academic matters, student supports as well as in mobilization of resources- financial and non-financial.
Alumnae associations assist their alma mater in recruiting new students, offer potential students scholarships develop mentoring relationships with the students body and often support research expansion. Further alumnae bring in needed revenue through donations, which can help institutions weather the perfect storm' of financial issues.
We consider our alumnae to be our assets and ambassadors. We are constantly exploring new ways of engaging with alumnae across the world.
Alumnae can contact us at email-id: [email protected]

GLORIOUS ALUMNAE
Ved Kumari Ghai is a sanskrit scholar. She started her career as a professor of Sanskrit at her alma mater, Government College for Women, Parade Ground, Jammu. She was a head of post graduate level Sanskrit Department, Jammu University until her retirement on 31 December 1991. She taught Panini’s Sanskrit grammar and literature at the Institute of Indian Studies, Copenhagen University, Denmark in 1966–67 and 1978–80. She is a scholar in Dogri language and also knows Hindi. She is also involved in social work.
Recognition

  • Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India, in 2010.
  • Certificate of Honour by President of India for her scholarship in Sanskrit.
  • Gold Medal in 1995 by Jammu and Kashmir Government for social work.
  • President’s Award for Sanskrit in 1997.
  • Dogra Ratan award in 2005, lifetime achievement award in 2009 and Stri Shakti Puraskara in 2010

LIST OF OUR GLORIOUS ALUMNAE

Glimpses of Virtual Alumae Meet 2021