Prof Vishan re-elected president of B.Ed Colleges Association
Srinagar, July 31: The elections for the post of Presidentship of B.Ed colleges Association was held on Sunday and the result of which was declared on the same day.
Prof Vishan was unanimously re-elected as its President of the B.Ed colleges Association which comprises 68 colleges.
According to a statement, Prof Vishan was felicitated after the election. He thanked all those who supported him and assured them that he will work for expansion of education in the State particularly in the Valley of Kashmir.
He said Government should create liberal atmosphere so that large number of private universities, private colleges are established so that people from all parts of the country including foreign countries are able to come to this State for acquiring education and best degree.
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