The college is known because of the heights scaled by its former students in fields as diverse as academics, sports and the performing arts. It continues to sustain its links with them through the Alumnae association. The association provides them with a platform to cherish memories of the glorious days spent in college by being part of 'Kasturi' (the youth week), the sports day and other college celebrations. Let us strengthen the Kanoria spirit and create a future as glorious as the past has been.
Discus thrower Padmashri Krishna Poonia is the first Indian woman to win the gold medal in Commonwealth Games 2010. Krishna has been an alumna of the college and recognizes its contribution in the rigorous training and encouragement received from the college authorities.
Gold Medalist CWG Games
Prerna Shrimali, an internationally acclaimed exponent of Kathak, at the mention of Kanoria reminisces "I really owe to Kanoria College a very important part of the development of my personality. I got the first ever recognition as a dancer from Ms Terway, the founder Principal of Kanoria College.
Kanoria gave me my first brush with independence;my first taste of sovereignty; interestingly also Kanoria made me understand the notion of responsibility! Housed in a charming structure; peopled with conscientious teachers our college was known for its academic excellence and also its commitment to ethical norms. Kanoria guided my academic progress to a management college and gave direction to my career.
Richa Mahendra (1993)
Associate Director MTS Raj.
Right from the course curriculum to co-curricular activities, from student friendly enviornment to the ever so disciplined & learned faculty, KMM is the institution which promises the future leaders of India. In the true sense, KMM has provided a holistic development of my personality as it gave the platform to explore my hidden potential and fulfill my career aspirations.
Shivali Dixit Saxena (2000)
Human Resource Department HCL Infosystems Ltd.
The right combination of guidance and motivation which are indispensable for students, led to my selection for the Republic Day parade at Rajpath followed by my speaking a few words in the presence of Hon’ble President and Hon’ble Prime Minister at Rashtrapati Bhawan, I was fortunate enough to receive the prestigious Rajasthan State Award for Best NSS student which indeed made me realize the impact of college on me. Another opportunity of a lifetime came by when I was to be a part of the Indian youth delegation to China in June 2010 sent by the Government of India. Quality learning for me came with each day being spent at the college as I saw myself realising my aspirations in the future.
Represented Indian youth delegation to China
My three years in Kanoria College were of immense growth. It was here that I developed a serious love for literature, which not only fulfilled my academic aspirations at that time, but also became a constant source of holistic growth. It was after interacting with the faculty members here that I started not just to read but to feel literature and understand it as a discourse of human beings and their circumstances. Here, I decided to take up a profession which involved writing and interacting with people. Studying in Kanoria also gave me an exposure to public speaking. Each year the inter-college elocution contests, debates etc. added more vigour to the curriculum. This is the place where I met some of my best teachers, people who have shaped the person I am.
Kanoria college has laid a solid foundation which has enabled me to reach where I am today.The highly personalised approach of the teachers gave me the necessary confidence to achieve what i have.
IAS Rank 38
My teachers have contributed tremendously in creating interest in subjects which i finally chose for my examination. I am proud to be a Kanorian.
AS Rank 881
NO KNOWLEDGE WITHOUT COLLEGE! My 3 years of graduation from Kanoria College have brought the best out of me. I had never imagined that I would get the chance to represent the country but it was only because of my teachers' support, trust and guidance that I represented India in the 2nd SAARC Youth Summit at Chennai and the South Asia Youth Summit in Delhi organized by UNICEF. From all those Youth Summits organized at Chennai, Amritsar and Jaipur to the countless Hindi & English elocutions, group discussions & competitions, from the literary club of the college and the NSS activities to the Best Outstanding Student Award my professors had always encouraged, appreciated & corrected me all the time. This always helped me to learn & become better with every step.
Represented India in 2nd SAARC Youth Summit