Traders’ body seeks resolution to Kashmir
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 18: The Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Kashmir (CCIK) has expressed concern over the recent killing of civilians in alleged police firing.
In a statement here today it said the chamber was deeply anguished over the killing of innocent youth in the Valley.
The chamber, meanwhile, appealed the government of India to resolve the issue of Kashmir, saying: “We at chamber feel that it is the most appropriate time that government of India should address the genuine concerns of Kashmiris.”
Aryans Group gets NRI seats
Srinagar, July 19: Chandigarh-based MBA focused Aryans Group of Colleges has become the first private AICTE approved B-School in Punjab and Chandigarh region to get approval for admitting NRI students in MBA course, it said in a statement here.
Under this, the statement said, six students in Aryans Business School (ABS) and six in Aryans School of Management (ASM) would be admitted. To mention, few students from Djibouti, Africa are already pursuing BBA course from Aryans.
This, according to the statement, was stated by Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while addressing a press conference in Chandigarh Press Club.
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