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Alumnae Association

The JMJ alumnae association has been registered under act. 35 of 2001 on 1st June, 2006 as JMJ alumnae.
The alumnae to organised for annually to foster fellowship and share their experiences for the new members of the group and in this manner contribute to the enrichment and growth of the college.
The executive body of the association meets every 6 months and plans for programmes to benefit the current attendants.
The purpose of alumnae association is to maintain a mutually beneficial relationship between the college community and alumnae.
The Alumnae have contributed to the enrichment of the college in different capacities
Guest speakers on various issues.
As faculty members
As part-time counsellors
Facilitators in career guidance
Retired staff members as resource persons


To enrol students into alumnae association.
To organise alumnae get together.
To arrange guest lectures by alma matter.
To plan fund raising programmes to help the poor and needy.
To visit old age homes and contribute something.


The JMJ Alumnae Association is first incorporated in 2001-02 with a mission to build further relationship with fellow alumnae.
It is dedicated to advancing the college’s commitment to intellectual, moral, social, spiritual development.

Aims and Objectives

To elect members of executive committee.
To approve the financial statement of the previous year and pass the budget of the present year.
To recapitulate the annual activities of the association.
To plan and approve the activities of the coming year.
The general body shall meet once in a year.


Alumnae Association organizes “Alumnae Meet” every year usually in the month of November. The main objective of this meet is to bring together the old students of the college and to provide the platform to express their feelings and to extend their support for the development of college.
Alumnae of our college are working as govt. Officers, SP & additional SP, bank officers, scientists, doctors, advocates, lecturers, teachers, professors, engineers and social workers both in India and different parts of the world. Some students are also settled as industrialists and business women.