Dr Alam hands over charge to Dr Trag
Srinagar, July 3: Dr Anwar Alam, the Vice-Chancellor of SK University of Agriculture Sciences and Technology, today demitted office on attaining the age of 65 years after steering the institution for about seven years.
An agricultural engineer Dr Alam had earlier served as Deputy Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research or ICAR.
Regardless of the troubled situation obtaining in the Valley, Dr Alam was given a touching farewell by a sizeable number of faculty and other university personnel led by Dr A R Trag. The speakers on the occasion acknowledged Dr Alam’s contribution.
Dr Alam handed over the charge to the senior most director of the university Dr A R Trag who is the Director, Research SKUAST-K.
According to sources in Raj Bhavan the arrangement has been made on temporary basis as the government is yet to take a decision on selection of the candidate for Vice-Chancellorship on the basis of the panel furnished by Search Committee appointed by the Governor some 4-months ago.
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