Guv inaugurates Hr Edu Summit
Jammu: Governor, N N Vohra, on Friday emphasized the need for imparting quality education so that our youth are adequately equipped with the required knowledge and skills to compete successfully with their counterparts within and outside the country.
The Governor, as Chief Guest, was speaking after inaugurating 2-day “Higher Education Summit” on the theme “Higher Education for Innovation and Change”, organized by the Forum of Recognized Colleges, Jammu, in collaboration with the Indian Colleges Forum, at General Zorawar Singh Auditorium, University of Jammu, here.
Referring to the Public-Private Partnership mode in the arena of higher education, the Governor said that such arrangements would prove successful if there is close coordination and understanding between all the stakeholders for collectively striving to secure the objective of quality education.
Highlighting the role of the private sector in the promotion of higher education, he observed that tremendous growth of private educational institutions has been witnessed over the past years, which calls for al round superintendence, monitoring and accountability to ensure the attainment of quality parameters.
He said that adequacy of funds, qualified faculty and satisfactory infrastructure must be ensured for achieving the desired goals.
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