Private B Ed College heads meet at KU
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 25: Dean College Development Council (DCDC) Prof Mushtaq Ahmad Kaw on Monday held meeting with Private B. Ed College chairpersons at Kashmir University campus.
The KU PRO Showkat Shafi said the meeting was held to chalk out future course of action to strengthen mutual relationship between the affiliating University and the private B.Ed colleges.
“Besides, improving the quality education and institutional growth were also discussed,” he added.
This in fact was the second meeting the DCDC organised since Kaw took over the Dean collages.
The DCDC including the Registrar Prof Syed Fayaz and Dean, Academic Affairs Prof M Y Yousuf , present on the occasion assured the chairpersons that all their problems will be solved within the frame work of University norms.
“The admission policy, syllabi, fee restructuring, salary of the staff, the timely issuance of marks cards and the degree certificates and regular presence of the students on the college campuses formed the core of interface,” the PRO said.
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