CM reviews progress of land transfer to Central University
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 11: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah on Wednesday reviewed the progress of transfer of land to the Central University Kashmir being established at Ganderbal, an official spokesman said.
“The Chief Minister chaired a high level meeting here this afternoon to receive first hand appraisal of various aspects relating to the transfer of land to the University. The Chief Minister impressed upon the officers to finalize the transfer of land to the University as soon as possible so that construction of complex takes place at the earliest,” the spokesman said.
He said the Chief Minister was informed that 1650 kanal of land has already been transferred to the Higher Education Department for onward transfer to the University while more 430 kanals would be transferred very soon.
“Arrangements are being finalized for the transfer of another 1400 kanal of land to the University,” the spokesman quoted officials as having informed the Chief Minister.
The Vice-Chancellor, Central University said that University was presently functioning at a temporary campus and three subjects of MSc IT, MA English and MBA are being taught at present. He said 5 more subjects of Economics, Mass Media and Journalism, Mathematics and 5 years course of BA, L.L.B are being started from June this year.
The District Development Commissioner, Ganderbal explained the measures afoot to finalize the transfer of additional to the University. He said the University had demanded about 4000 kanal of land for its Campus and steps are afoot to provide the land to the University.
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