KU releases Kasheer
Magazine will give insight of Kashmir society: Prof Dabla
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 13: Department of Sociology, University of Kashmir on Tuesday came out with “Kasheer“, a magazine of the department students.
Kasheer was released by noted social scientist, Head of the Department, Sociology KU, Prof BA Dabla.
The KU VC Prof Talat Ahmad is the patron of the magazine and Dabla its Editor.
“This is a novel attempt to carry out academic activities related to publications and research for understanding and analysing the contemporary society in the scientific and sociological framework,” said Prof Dabla and hailed the faculty and students for their joint effort.
He said that the magazine will go a long way in “helping in the processes of knowledge growth , independent liberal thinking ,and realistic understanding of the Kashmir society.”
Published by Mehak printers Srinagar the magazine has been priced at Rs 500 for students and Rs 100 for institutions.
Pertinently, the department already brings out “Journal of sociology in Kashmir “, which has been well acclaimed in the literary circles in the country and abroad, a KU spokeman said in a statement.
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