SRINAGAR, (PTK): Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti said that no question of shifting Central university Ganderbal. Mehbooba Mufti took to twitter and said “Central university construction site in Ganderbal has experienced minor difficulties. Administration tasked with identifying alternate/additional suitable sites within Ganderbal. Absolutely no question.
JAMMU, FEB 14 (PTK): Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today said that Government would run new colleges of the state in rented buildings making an end to past practice of running these colleges from Government Higher Secondary Schools. “The department would hire separate buildings to house new colleges till the construction of the campuses.
JAMMU, FEB 14 (PTK): The Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh today said the Indian educational system is synonymous with respect for parents and senior citizens. The Deputy Chief Minister was speaking at a function organized by the Jammu and Kashmir Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti (JKBSS) in connection with the celebration of honoring parents and senior citizens at Bhartiya Vidhaya Mandir, Amphalla,.
SRINAGAR, FEB 13 (PTK): Director School Education Kashmir has directed all the Chief education officers, Zonal Education Officers to relieve the teaching staff working in their offices in any capacity immediately and to ensure that they perform their duties in schools against their substantive postings. The Director has warned them that in case of failure.
JAMMU, FEBRUARY 12: The Legislative Assembly today passed a Bill for establishment of maiden National Law University in Jammu and Kashmir. The Bill was introduced in the House by the Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Law and Justice, Abdul Haq. Explaining the statement of objects and reasons of the bill, the Minister said that the proposed University once established will give a boost.
SRINAGAR, FEB 08 (PTK): The Jammu and Kashmir former chief minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday expressed the serious concern over the cancellation of age relaxation in UPSC to Jammu and Kashmir students. Omar Abdullah and leader of opposition demanded that steps should be taken to restore five years of age relaxation for UPSC aspirants. “Government should take.
JAMMU, FEBRUARY 07: Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today announced that the State government will provide free education to 120 girls across the state who desire to pursue their Graduation or Post Graduation from IGNOU. The State government will pay fees of these girl students, he said. The Minister was speaking during a program on “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Abhiyan” organized.
JAMMU, FEB 07 (PTK): In its endeavor to facilitate journalism students from J&K to gain relevant skills and experience in the field, the Press Council of India (PCI) has initiated the process for their placement in various national newspapers for internship. To begin with, the Malayala Manorama, one of the leading media organizations has offered two weeks.
Srinagar: Islamic University of Science and Technology Awantipora on Tuesday expressed deep shock over the untimely death of Dr Arif Qazi, In-charge Head Department of Arabic Language and Literature. Dr Qazi was battling with cancer for last few weeks. Dr Qazi’s Namaz e Janaza will be held at his residence near Sangeen Darwaza Hawal at 11:00 am today followed by a condolence.
SRINAGAR, FEB 03 (PTK): A ‘Mental Illness Awareness Campaign’ was organized by Idream Events & Advertising in collaboration with Green Valley Educational Institute in the school. “The motive behind organizing this campaign was to create awareness and break the stigma amongst the people regarding various mental illnesses prevailing in Kashmir because of conflict,”.