Workshop on skill development concludes at GWC
Srinagar, July 25: The Career Counseling and Guidance Cell of the Government College for Women M A Road Srinagar organized a six-day multi-faceted workshop on skill development in collaboration with World Alliance for Youth Empowerment as youth wing of the Art of Living.
The workshop started from July 15. During the valedictory function co-ordinator of the workshop, Prof (Dr) Roohi Kanth summed up proceedings of the event. The Principal of the College, Prof Tanveer Ara presented the chief guest’s address which was followed by student feedback and address by the Resource personnel, Tariq Naseem Khan.
Vote of thanks was presented by Navshad Ahmad Wani, convenor of the CC&GC. Among others the valedictory function was also attended by coordinator IQAC, senior dean, staff secretaries, coordinator UGC, members of CC&GC, faculty members and students. The stage was managed by Prof Shabeena Kuttay.
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