Need introspection
Apropos news item regarding teacher-student ratio (GK: March 23, 2013). No discrimination. Yes. It is not intentional, but needs introspection. It's a loose-win situation. Disadvantage is to the tune of 16.9%. The other side is accordingly advantageous. The gap is being filled up by the faculty hired More

People responsible
Most of the people in Srinagar city blame SMC of its callous approach to tackle street dogs. I disagree as people themselves are also responsible as they have a habit of throwing domestic wastes thus inviting dogs. Need of the hour is to make collective efforts both by SMC and civilians to over come More

Medical faculty
It is really very unfortunate that the J&K State medical faculty is not conducting the annual examination of different Para medical courses in which a pretty good number of students are enrolled in various government and private colleges of the state. Final year students of different Para medical More

Women assaulted
This refers to the daily rise of rapes in India. Earlier it was said that one woman is raped every 20 minutes in India, according to the National Crime Records Bureau. But only four out of ten rapes are reported, largely due to victims' fear of being stigmatized by their families and communities.< More

CET exam
This refers to the recent appeal by CET aspirants to BOPEE for changing the Entrance exam pattern. It is not necessary for BOPEE to follow the AIEEE exam pattern as the students from higher standards are studying in top private schools of the valley. While the students from lower and middle classes are More

  • Kashmir

Boy,16,booked under PSA

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


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


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



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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