News Topic:Colleges

4-year UG programmes to be introduced in J-K colleges from current academic session

Jammu and Kashmir will fully implement the National Education Policy (NEP) from the current academic session.

J-K colleges to start skill courses this year: Rohit Kansal

The Principal Secretary suggested starting pre-admission and career counselling facilities in colleges and advised them on the improvement of surroundings.

Colleges resume offline classes in Kashmir

Amid dip in COVID-19 cases, colleges reopened in the valley on Tuesday. Students dressed in uniforms were seen thronging their institutions in Srinagar.

Schools in J-K to reopen in gradual manner from February 14

The government on Sunday ordered the reopening of schools in Jammu and Kashmir in a phased manner from February 14 and February 28.

Educational institutions likely to reopen if Covid scenario improves further: LG Sinha

J-K's LG Manoj Sinha said if the situation improves further in the next 15 days, the government will take a call on re-opening of schools and colleges.

Colleges across J-K to observe winter vacations from next week

Government has on Thursday announced for observance of winter vacations starting from December 27 up to upcoming February 14.

EdTech startup eCampus raises $250k in seed round

eCampus, a SaaS-based EdTech platform for education institutions, has closed its seed investment round, driven by Blackboard Education Research Foundation.

Why do we need to rethink our exam system?

Examination is an inalienable and intrinsic constituent of the teaching-learning process. Without exam, the whole process is wasteful.

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Use of bulldozers makes Kashmir worse than Afghanistan: Mehbooba Mufti

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) President and former chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti on Monday said that the use of bulldozers has made Kashmir worse than Afghanistan.
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Syria and Turkey earthquake claims thousands of lives

A major earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck central Turkey and north-west Syria early on Monday morning, killing at least 1,200 people and injuring thousands.

J-K Police refute reports of Pulwama youth joining militant ranks

Jammu and Kashmir Police have vehemently refuted the reports about a Pulwama student joining militant ranks.

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Waterlogging after snowfall adds to woes of commuters in Parigam village

Immediately after the snowfall, the residents of Rajab Colony in Parigam village of Pulwama district have been suffering due to waterlogging on a key road.

Kashmiris defied all hurdles to join Bharat Jodo Yatra: Mani Shankar Aiyar

Senior Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar hit out at the J&K UT administration, saying the authorities tried to prevent the people from joining the Bharat Jodo Yatra.