Seminar on higher education commences
Srinagar, Mar 21: A two day seminar on Sustenance of Quality in Higher Education – Some Initiatives organized by Govt College of Education, Srinagar commenced Monday.
The event was inaugurated with the welcome address by the college Principal, Dr Parveen Pandit.
The Director Colleges, Higher Education Department, Dr Sham Lal Gupta in his address stressed on quality in education and higher education.
Prof Abdul Wahid Qureshi, VC Central University Kashmir said that “quality sustenance had tremendous importance in the present scenario.”
He termed education “an engine of transformation in socio-cultural system where resources are knowledge and education.”
The Commissioner / Secretary, Higher Education Tanveer Jahan who was the chief guest on the occasion reiterated the “importance of quality and excellence in education and efforts to be taken for its sustenance.”
The Seminar Secretary Prof. MY Magray said the inaugural function concluded with the vote of thanks presented by the Senior faculty member Prof. Munawar Sayeed. A magazine was also released on the occassion.
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