KU’s DLL holds field visit for students
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 18: Kashmir University’s Directorate of Lifelong Learning has been organizing special exposure visits and internship for the students enrolled in its different community development programmes in collaboration with the Department of Industries and Commerce.
As part of the exercise, a group of students were seen off by the KU Registrar, Prof S Fayyaz Ahmad, and Dean, Academic Affairs, Prof A R Yousuf on Sunday.
The participants will be visiting different industrial estates in the state to have a first hand experience of the work carried out there.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Yousuf said, “Besides theory, it is important that we impart practical training among the students in their concerned field. And I think such visits should be promoted so that the students get knowledge about the industries.”
Prof S Fayyaz Ahmad said imparting “vocational and professional training to students” could help in tackling unemployment. “It is this skill-based training which will help students earn their living,” he said.
The Director DLL, Prof. (Dr) Neelofer Khan said such tours shall be a continuous process. “I am thankful to the Director, Managing Director, General Managers and other officials of the Department of Industries and Commerce for providing support and guidance to the University in organizing the tour,” she said, adding, “The KU vice-chancellor, Prof Riyaz Punjabi, has been gracious to extend the University support to DLL in all endeavors aimed at promoting the talent among students.”
The group is accompanied by the officers of the Directorate. They will be imparted guidance by the experts from the field of industries and commerce.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Apr 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Apr 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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