Freshers elated as class work begins in Jammu colleges
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, July 16: With dreams in their eyes and nursing high expectations, it was the first day for the new entrants to Jammu colleges on Friday.
With the completion of admission process to all courses in colleges Jammu city and its outskirts, the educational institutions were Friday abuzz with activity as the new entrants (the students of first year) started their journey of college life.
Marking the beginning of academic session, all city colleges witnessed huge rush of first year students who were seen thronging inquiry counters to know their roll numbers, location of class rooms, faculty and other guidelines like dress-code and restrictions.
“College life is completely different from school and it means a new world and new rules. Though there were restrictions, yet I enjoyed school life. Definitely, there would be restriction on me in college and everybody would get a chance to have the glimpse of his or her own identity,” Sapna Sharma, a first year student at Government College for Women, Gandhi Nagar told Greater Kashmir. “A few of my schools friends are with me. I am optimistic about having a great year ahead. I am hopeful that unlike last year, no one makes hue and cry and raise question on our dress code,” added Sahil Khajuria, a student at MAM PG College.
Professor Nalini Kohli, Principal Government College for Gandhi Nagar, Jammu said, “We have made elaborate arrangements for new students and a guidance bureau has also been established in the college so that they do not face any problem in finding their classrooms and roll numbers.”
She said that the college management has constituted an anti-ragging committee adding that the new students need not be afraid. “We are also taking an affidavit from senior students not to indulge in ragging with the warning that strict action against those who try to harassment of fresh students,” she disclosed.
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