Kashmir University to have five days week

Srinagar: Vice chancellor Kashmir University Prof Talat Ahmad today asked the Deans of the faculties and Heads of the departments to gear up for the new academic year and sought their full support and cooperation for creating an academic atmosphere which is result oriented and student specific.
Vice Chancellor also had a first hand assessment of the admission process going on for Kashmir University’s post graduate and other courses, and preparedness for the new academic session. Let us pledge to make this academic year more fruitful and use all our available resources and time to help students go ahead in life and face the competitive world lying ahead of them with success. He also reiterated his commitment for making KU a hub of research activity.
Prof Talat Ahmad announced the introduction of 5 days week for KU, new courses for the upcoming academic year, updating of existing courses, preparing new mechanisms for supporting faculty, skill development programmes for students and student and faculty exchange programmes. Quite a few changes in the admission policy of the university this year were unanimously accepted by the heads and the deans including allowing the candidates to take the question booklet, students copy of OMR sheets, and admit card along with them after the completion of the examination.
The meeting was organized by the office of the Dean Academic Affairs, Prof A M Shah, while as Registrar Kashmir University Prof Syed Fayaz, controller examinations, Prof Abdul Salam Bhat, Dean Research Prof Khursheed A Indrabi, all the Dean of faculties, Heads of Departments, Senior officials of KU, members from IT Deptt. KU were present.


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