Ruhullah distributes Science Teacher Awards
Srinagar, July 19: Minister for Science and Technology Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi Thursday stressed the need to develop scientific temper among the students for producing competent manpower abreast with advanced technological and intellectual acumen to usher the new era of development in the state, an official handout said.
The Minister was addressing a function at SP College, organized by J&K State Council for Science and Technology for presenting J&K Innovative Science Teacher Awards-2011 and S&T Scholarship 2011.
The Function was attended by Commissioner Secretary, Science and Technology Bipil Pathak, Dean Academics, Dr Khurshid, Joint Directors, Science and Technology, Mushtaq Ahmed Bhat and Naseer Ahmed Shah.
Earlier, Principal of the college Professor Nazir Ahmed Gilkar welcomed the Chief Guest and apprised about the steps being taken by the college for development of scientific temper among students.
The Minister distributed cash awards among various teachers, researchers and scientists of the State. They include Prof Pragya Khanna, GDC, Parade, Jammu, Prof Rakesh Kumar, GGM Science College, Manzoor Ahmed Kumar HOD Mechanical, Government KG Polytechnic Srinagar, Dr Syed Wilayat Rizvi Amar sungh College Srinagar, Manzoor A Kumara and Deskyong Namgyal GDC Leh.
Ruhullah also distributed scholarships of 2011 first installment worth Rs 3.98 lac along with certificates to 68 science students of Kashmir division.
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