Prof Talat releases journal
Srinagar,Oct 28: University of Kashmir Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Talat Ahmad today released the first issue of “Colloquium”: The Journal of Teacher Education during a function at Kashmir Valley College of Education & Trainings, Nowgam here.
The Vice-Chancellor appreciated the effort and promised all support for the growth of the institution.
College principal, Dr. M I Nazki presented welcome address and highlighted the achievements of the institution.
Prof. Abdul Gani Madhosh presented a detailed review of the Journal Published by Principal Kashmir Valley College of Education & Trainings.
Prof. A M Matta Principal Vitasta School of Law presented vote thanks & apprised the Vice-Chancellor of various academic and administrative issues.
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