KU's endeavor to prepare aspirants for AIEEE
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 12: In a bid to make aspirants from Kashmir compete and emerge successful in the prestigious All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE), the Kashmir University has initiated a programme for 10+2 students who are being provided coaching by teaching staff of National Institute of Technology (NIT) in the university campus.
On Tuesday, the vice-chancellor of Kashmir University, Prof Riyaz Punjabi, interacted with the students and expressed his satisfaction over the way coaching for AIEEE was being conducted by the Directorate of Life Long Learning (DLLL) Kashmir University.
Prof Punjabi exhorted the students to work hard as there was lot of competition ahead for them.
He told the students to pay maximum attention to science and mathematics subjects which would prove helpful for them in the examinations.
“Inculcate the habit of understanding and loving mathematics,” he said.
He said that KU started AIEEE coaching this year on experimental basis. “But the overwhelming response from students gave us an idea that young boys and girls are not only eager to compete but they want to build their capacities to face the challenges.”
He appreciated the teaching staff of NIT and the staff and head of department of economics for providing facilities to the aspirants.
Speaking on the occasion, director DLLL Prof Nilofar Khan underlined the importance of arranging such coaching courses for the students.
According to PRO KU, Showkat Shafi, the DLLL KU had admitted about 300 students this year from Kashmir for coaching.
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