Declare results: Students to KU
Srinagar, Apr 3: Students of BA/B.SC/B.COM first and 2nd year annual 2012 have urged authorities of Kashmir University to declare their result forthwith.“More than one and a half month has passed after our examinations were conducted but till date our results have not been declared,” they said More

Army holds skill development programme
Srinagar, Apr 3: Army on Wednesday said that it has organized a 10-day skill development programme for rehabilitating the surrendered militants at Hajin in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district.Army’s Srinagar based spokesman said the camp has been organized by 13 Rashtriya Rifles (KUMAON). “Trainees More

Misfire creates panic in Awantipora
Srinagar, Apr 3: Panic gripped Awantipora area in south Kashmir after some gunshots were heard Wednesday evening. Reports said that Wednesday evening some gunshots were heard in Awantipora and people took it as an encounter.  Talking to Greater Kashmir Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police More

Zaffar Akbar condemns arrests
Srinagar, Apr 3: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM) Zaffar Akbar Bhat on Wednesday said that more than 7 lakh force personnel and implementation of AFSPA, DDA, PSA and other draconian laws in JK are responsible for human rights violation, innocent killings and arrests. Condemning More

Symbiosis student laid to rest
Srinagar, Apr 3: The body of a 22 year old student, who had died in Pune on Tuesday, was today flown to Srinagar, where from it was brought to his native village Doodipora in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Kabir Rasheed Bhat s/o Abdur Rasheed was pursuing BBA course at Symbiosis Art and Commerce More

Tunnel worker dies in Gurez
Srinagar,Apr 3: Police on Wednesday said that a tunnel worker died when he was hit by a shooting stone while working at a tunnel construction site in north Kashmir’s Gurez area. A police spokesman said a HCC worker Sulakh Singh son of Mahinder Singh of Amritsar Punjab was hit by a shooting stone More

Leopard kills 20 sheep
Srinagar, Apr 3: A leopard killed twenty sheep when it entered a cattle shed in  south Kashmir’s Kokernag area last evening, police said on Wednesday. A police spokesman said a leopard entered in the cattle shed of Sadiq Batana at Rain Auther Rehwane, Kokernag and killed 20 of his sheep More

Biotechnology parks on cards
Srinagar,Apr 3:Jammu and Kashmir Government on Wednesday accorded sanction to the constitution of the governing body and the task force, for setting up of Biotechnology parks at Srinagar and Jammu. The purpose of biotech parks is to utilize the medicinal plant, photo pharmaceutical, pharma More

Revise date-sheet:B.ED students
Srinagar, Apr 3: A group of students pursuing Bachelors in Education (B.ED) course through distance mode from University of Kashmir on Wednesday said “preponing of their examination was grave injustice to them”. “Usually examination for the course was conducted in August- September, but this More

5 sportspersons get Govt jobs
Srinagar, Apr 3: Jammu and Kashmir Government on Wednesday appointed five sportspersons against available direct quota vacancies in different departments. According to the order,Wasim Hassan Bhat ,Mehraj-ud-din Bhat,  Tashi Thinles, Narinder Kumar Malhotra and Kapil Pangotra have been appointed More

Prof Shah,Dr Azra appointed members JKSBB
Srinagar, Apr 3: Two senior academicians from the University of Kashmir have been appointed as expert members for the Jammu and Kashmir State Biodiversity Board which was established vide Notification SRO-57 of 2013. The academicians include Dean College Development Council (DCDC) KU Prof Ghulam More

CSDB formed in Budgam
Srinagar, Apr 3: Some people of district Budgam have formed a social organization Civil Society District Budgam to launch a sustained campaign against corruption, drug addiction, black marketing, hooliganism, environmental pollution and other social evils.     An ad hoc body of More

Pandita posted as spl asstt to Vikar
Jammu,Apr 3: The Government today appointed Manoj Kumar Pandita as Special Assistant to Minister of State for Technical Education, Law, Justice & PA, Power, Social Welfare, Rural Dev. Department, H&P and Information, Vikar Rasool. More

SKIMS Bemina hostel opens after 8 yrs
Srinagar, Apr 3: After eight years of dispute with the construction agencies, the hostel blocks in SKIMS Medical College Hospital Bemina, have been opened for the hospital staff. “The efforts of present director SKIMS, Director, the CE Nayeem Ahmad Xen (Civil) Bashaarat Jaleel have finally paid off,” More

  • Kashmir

Boy,16,booked under PSA

Hazratbal residents protest: Police say ‘he is threat to peace’

SHABIR IBN YUSUF

Srinagar, Apr 3: While the J&K government is facing flak from rights bodies over booking ‘minors’ under the controversial Public Safety Act (PSA), authorities have slapped PSA on a 16-year-old boy More



  • Srinagar City

No respite for inundated Rawalpora-Rangreth localities

Water levels rise as ‘political family’ upholds canal blockade

SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI

Srinagar, Apr 3: The Rawalpora-Rangreth stretch of the south City, including the only road to prestigious industrial estate at Rangreth and the old Airport continued to be inundated amid rainfall Wednesday More




  • Jammu

Omar chairs SAC-CM meet

‘Popular application of science must’

Jammu, Apr 3: Taking appraisal of the progress made on identified issues relating to utilization of modern sciences to help economic transformation and job-creation in the State, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah More



  • South Asia

44 killed in Taliban attack

Herat, Apr 3: Taliban militants stormed an Afghan court today, killing at least 44 people in a bid to free insurgents standing trial, officials said, in the deadliest attack for more than a year.  More



  • GKeducation&career

More aspirants,fewer seats

Students continue to suffer every year as fewer Varsities in the valley offer limited seats for pursuing various post-graduate courses

HIGHER EDUCATION

AAQIB ASHRAF

After finishing three-year degree courses in colleges, most of the students of the valley who want to pursue higher education have to suffer because of the limited intake capacity in few universities of More



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