Sopore college observes Iqbal day
Sopore, May 6: The department of Urdu in collaboration with NSS units and IQAC of the Sopore Degree College organised Iqbal Day in the college auditorium.
The function was presided over by Prof. B A Nahvi of Iqbal Institute University of Kashmir.
Besides others, the function was also attended by College Principal, Prof. Nasreen Malik, faculty members, young scholars of Urdu department and NSS volunteers.
Prof Nahvi said, ''we are blindly following western ideas and have become victim of negative aspect of technological advancement. We must inculcate moral and ethical values besides developing scientific temperament to understand true sprit of Iqbal.''
Eight students of Urdu department presented their papers in the technical session. HOD Urdu anchored the proceedings.
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