KU to facilitate research programme for teachers: Prof Talat
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 11: The Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir, Prof Talat Ahmed on Wednesday said that KU is contemplating to facilitate research programmes for college teachers while they discharge their teaching assignments.
While informing the research scholars and faculty members of the Government College Islamabad (Anantnag) about the steps taken by the KU to make research hassle –free and more effective Prof Talat said, “We have moved a proposal to slash the experience required in case of in service candidates while applying for study leave for doctorate and M Phil from 15 years to 3 years only and we will put up this proposal in the upcoming council meeting on April 20 and I am hopeful that it will approved.”
He said excellence in higher education with focus on research is his top priority.
The V-C assured the faculty that there would be manifold increase in higher education opportunities for more and more students and the KU is soon going to start evening classes in library science and law at PG level.”
Dean academic affairs Prof A M Shah, Registrar KU, Prof S Fayaz Ahmad Controller examinations Prof Abdul Salam Bhat and Principal of the Degree College Islamabad (Anantnag) Prof Muhammad Yasin, were present during the interaction which lasted for two hours.
Earlier Prof Talat laid the foundation stone of examination block at Boys Degree College Islamabad (Anantnag) which would come at a cost of Rs 44.6 lakhs out of which University would bear an expenditure of Rs 22.3 lakhs.
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