Aspirants for form submission facility in KU’s north campus
Varmul, Feb 28: The students of north Kashmir, seeking admission to various post-graduate courses in the Kashmir University have urged the authorities to provide the facility of form submission in the varsity Campus at Delina here.
A group of students told Greater Kashmir that they had to travel long distances to reach University campus in Srinagar, which consumes their precious time. They said, “University authorities should provide the facilities of form submission here. Entrance examinations for different post-graduate courses should also be conducted in the north campus.”
They said several students miss the examination due to long distances.
Amina Nabi a student from Delina said there were thousands of students from north Kashmir which includes Kupwara, Uri, Bandipora and even from far off places like Karnah, Tanghdar, Gurez, who were seeking admissions for these courses.
She said in the absence of such facility at the North Campus they face severe hardships particularly during the hostile conditions.
“We have to travel hundreds of Kilometer from Gurez for a small enquiry in the Kashmir University and had to spend three to four days in Srinagar,” another student Maqsood Ahmad of Gurez said.
Talking to Greater Kashmir the dean academics, Muhammad Yousuf said the University’s north campus was not yet connected through internet which may give rise to many complications if submission of forms would be started there. He said, “We are planning to make facilities available to students in different colleges from next year where students can submit their forms online”.
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