Shifting of Fine Arts College on cards: Prof Talat
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 28: The Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir, Prof Talat Ahmad, on Tuesday said that Fine Arts College would be shifted to KU campus.
“I strongly feel that Fine Arts College Rajbagh should physically reach the KU and I will make it sure that it happens soon,” Prof Talat said at the valedictory session of “My K” art workshop organized by department of students welfare here.
Prof Talat, appreciated the students who participated in the 2-day “My K” art workshop. “Art is a strong medium for social change. I hope KU students keep the good work on,” he added.
In her welcome address Prof Nilofar Khan said that the aim of the workshop was to provide a platform to the students and new artists to exhibit their talent and to come together and share their diverse views, hopes, concerns and dreams for their society. She asked the students to use the platform of the department of students warfare to give vent to their hidden talent and potential.
Dr Rafeeq A Masoodi director DDK and Registrar Kashmir University Prof Syed Fayaz and others also spoke on the occasion.
Over 50 students and artists across valley participated in the workshop who were given certificates of participation by the VC KU. All forms of artwork were accepted including sketches, paintings, music and poems.
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