65 SKUAST-K students pass CAIC exam
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 23: Students of SKUAST-K who appeared in Combined All India Competitive (CAIC) examination for admission to Masters Degree Programme in Agriculture, Veterinary and allied sciences have brought laurels to the varsity.
65 SKUAST-K students have qualified the exam which is conducted by Indian Council of Agricultural Research. “In all 475 seats were available all over India in 19 major subject groups. 68 students from the varsity appeared in the examination and 25 students succeeded in getting fellowships (18 in veterinary, five in Agriculture and three in Agricultural Engineering),” it said.
In Veterinary Sciences first two positions and three out of top ten positions have been bagged by SKUAST-K students, and also first position in Agriculture Engineering and two positions out of top ten in Agriculture have went to Agriculture Students of SKUAST-K.
Veterinary Students have won 47.3 per cent of total seats available in Veterinary Sciences. In all 65 students of SKUAST-K have cleared the exam.
Prof. Anwar Alam, Vice Chancellor, Deans, Officers and teachers of SKUAST-K have hailed the achievement of the students and congratulated them.
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