ICTA hails CPE award to Islamia College

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Apr 17: Academics at the Islamia College of Science and Commerce, here have congratulated the principal, Prof Muhammad Saleem Khan, on getting the college accredited as the “College for Potential Excellence” by the University Grants Commission recently.
 In a statement, the Islamia College Teachers Association congratulated Prof Saleem and the teaching and non-teaching fraternity ‘for their consistent efforts in the development of college vis-à-vis infrastructure and human resource.”
 Pertinently many constituent colleges of both the Jammu and Kashmir Universities had applied before the UGC for CPE grant. “The UGC selected the Islamia College for the CPE which is indeed a proud moment for us. With this honour, the teaching fraternity, under the leadership of the principal and inspiration of the senior faculty especially Prof Mirza Nazir Ahmad, Prof Manzoor Ahmad Shah, Prof Khursheed Ahmad Mahajan, have grown more ambitious for the greater academic excellence and achievements to realize the dream of becoming a University of national stature in the region,’ the statement said.
 It said the Association expresses its gratitude to all retired college faculty “whose work and dedication ultimately rewarded us.” “The Association believes that the college principal continues to work in collaboration with the fraternity to realize our cherished dream for excellence in the field of education,” it added.

Lastupdate on : Sat, 17 Apr 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 17 Apr 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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