KU holds Syndicate Meeting
VC for improvement of research at campus
Srinagar, Mar 24: University of Kashmir on Saturday organized its prestigious Syndicate Meeting, with the KU Vice-Chancellor Prof Talat Ahmad in chair during which various academic and administrative matters were discussed.
“While chairing the syndicate meeting Prof Talat emphasized on further treading the path of excellence in higher education with more focus on improvement of research atmosphere at the campus and the affiliated colleges,” the KU PRO said.
“The VC thanked all members of the syndicate particularly Principal Secretary to J&K Government, Department of Finance and Financial Advisor KU , MI Khandey and Commissioner Secretary to J&K Government for Higher Education Tanveer Jehan for their valuable suggestions for the overall welfare of the University,” the PRO added.
Those who attended the syndicate meeting included, Principal Secretary to J&K Government, Department of Finance and Financial Advisor Universities MI Khandey, Commissioner Secretary to J&K Government for Higher Education Tanveer Jehan, Dean Faculty of Applied Science and Technology KU of Kashmir Prof NA Shah, Registrar KU Prof S Fayaz, Dean Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies Prof MA Sahaf, Dean Faculty of Management Studies, Prof Ashok Aima, Dean Faculty of Oriental Learning Prof Archana Kesar, Principal Government Degree College Kulgam Prof MY Peerzada, Principal Government Degree College for Women Nawakadal Prof Tanveer Ara, Prof SK Badyal Dept Of Physics & Electronics University of Jammu, Prof Muhammad Assadullah Department of Urdu University of Jammu, Ex-Dean Faculty of Medicine Government Medical College Srinagar Prof Shahida Mir, Ex-Principal Government Degree College for Women MA Road Prof Tedzin Jolden and Principal Government Degree College Sumbal Prof Anjali Razdan. The meeting was Coordinated by office of the deputy Registrar general administration Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir.
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