Clears the screening round of National Anveshika Experimental Skill Test and qualifies for the Prelims round
Jalandhar July 12 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Kanya Maha Vidyalaya (Autonomous) has been at the fore front in imparting quality education to the students. Students are encouraged to participate in various national level competitions. KMV Physics students participated in National Anveshika Experimental Skill Test (NAEST), an annual competition which assesses and nurtures keen observational skills, analytical skills and experimental skills of an Indian student in Physics.
In a new achievement, KMVites namely Navneet Kaur, a student of B.Sc. Non Med Sem IV and Amisha Sharma, student of B.Sc. Computer Science Sem IV have cleared the screening round of National Anveshika Experimental Skill Test and qualified for the Prelims round of NAEST. It is pertinent to mention that total of 23649 students all over the nation have registered for screening round and 1008 got selected for prelims round.
Principal Prof. (Dr.) Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the achievers and also the exam co-ordinator Dr. Neetu Chopra for this outstanding success. She also inspired them to scale unprecedented heights in all their future endeavours. She averred that students at KMV are always encouraged to participate in various national as well as international level competitions. She further maintained that KMV will continue to provide all sorts of support to these achievers who continue to make the institute proud by their achievements.