KU team assesses demarcation of Kupwara campus
Kupwara, Apr 18: Officials of Kashmir University and district administration today conducted an on-the-spot assessment of the land proposed for establishment of varsity’s campus here.
In a statement a spokesman of KU said varsity’s team headed by Dean College Development Council (DCDC), Prof Mushtaq Ahmad Kaw besides officials from various departments visited the site to assess the demarcation process.
The process of demarcation will continue for next few days wherein a contour map of the site would be prepared in collaboration between the District Forest Department and the Department of Geography and Regional Development, University of Kashmir,” the spokesman said.
“The University team acknowledged the support of the officials from the Forest and Revenue departments in the establishment of the University Campus. The new campus to be setup is intended to cater to the higher education needs of the students of the area and to bring such avenues closer to the students of the region,” he said.
Later the KU team also had a meeting with the District Development Commissioner Kupwara, M A Rather who directed his office to take up the matter of land transfer on priority.
The team of officials from the University included Deputy Registrar, Estates, B A Rather, Executive Engineer, Mufti Burhan, Public Relations Officer Showkat Shafi, Liaison Officer, G N Shah.
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