CM for infrastructure dev in Islamic University
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Awantipora, May 20: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday asked Islamic University, Awantipora, to formulate a comprehensive Master Plan for the infrastructure development and growth of University campus.
“You should pool your resources and utilize funds in the areas which would help tapping of Central assistance and grants from University Grants Commission,” he said. The Chief Minister, who is also the Chancellor of Islamic University, was reviewing its progress at a meeting held at the University campus here.
The Minister of Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik, Vice-Chancellor, Sidiq Wahid, Commissioner/Secretary, Planning and Development, B.B. Vyas, Commissioner/Secretary, Finance, Sudhanshu Panday, Commissioner/Secretary, Higher Education, N.K. Verma and heads of various faculties were present in the meeting.
Laying stress on the effective financial management and strategy to identify economic avenues, Omar said that sound financial base was imperative for the growth and sustenance of an institution.
“Government will continue to provide assistance to the University in the form of grant-in-aid keeping funds at the disposal of varsity for spending as per the requirement”, he said emphasizing on generation of independent resources by the University. He said the expertise of University for monitoring and ascertaining the status and progress on various development projects besides consultancy can be provided to the interested organizations for revenue generation and contribution in the balanced development of the State. He asked the University to come forward in this field, make necessary dent and ‘prove your mettle’.
The Chief Minister also directed the University management to invite Union Ministers of Environment, Human Resources Development and New and Renewable Energy to the University and discuss the plans and programmes in these fields and seek their financial and technical support.
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