Kashmiri students to get easy access to BGSBU: Soz
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 17: State Congress chief, Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz today said the opening of Mughal Road would provide easy access to the Kashmiri students to the Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University.
Soz lauded the varsity’s experiment of blending the formal education programmes with vocational trainings through various projects funded by the Ministry of Textiles, Ministry of Sciences and Technology and asked them to launch similar programmes including the revival of Khatam-Bund craft.
Prof. Soz accompanied by former deputy chief minister, Mangat Ram Sharma and Minister for Youth Services and Sports, Medical and Technical Education, R S Chib visited the University to participate in the valedictory function of two batches of the Entrepreneurship Development Programme for artisans in Chikri Woodcraft.
In his presidential address, he complimented the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Masud A Choudhary for his dynamism, vision and commitment and lauded him for providing the students with the best faculty. “V-C has made a place for himself in the history by establishing this University in a record time”, he added
Mangat Ram Sharma and Chib also praised the Vice-Chancellor.
In his address, Vice-Chancellor gave an overview of the history and the plans for the future University.
Accompanied by the Vice-Chancellor Masud, Prof Soz laid the foundation of Engineering Workshop Complex of the College of Engineering and Technology.
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