Amar Singh College to get 18 more lecture halls
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 19: The Amar Singh College will get a new block having a capacity of 18 lecture halls, an official handout said.
It said the decision was taken Tuesday by the Minister for Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik during his surprise visit to new Srinagar Women College, presently operating from the AS College campus.
“The Minister sanctioned five prefabricated huts for the college for its smooth functioning. The huts constitute temporary arrangement for the college,” the handout said.
The Minister also visited AS College campus and interacted with the staff members. He issued order for construction of new block in the college campus having a capacity of 18 lecture theatres.
The Minister inquired about the academic affairs of the college and expressed satisfaction on the percentage of syllabus covered so far.
He also assured for starting various PG courses in the college from the next academic session and support for the present academic session to ensure smooth functioning of the ongoing examinations.
The College Teacher Association headed by its president, Prof Tariq Ashai called on the Minister and discussed various issues pertaining to college teachers.
“Prof. Ashai requested for granting composite UGC benefits to the college teaching community with special emphasis on the age superannuation,” the handout said.
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