KU’s 60th General Orientation course concludes

Specializations In Various Fields Must In Today’s World: Prof Talat

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, Jan 15: Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir Prof Talat Ahmad on Tuesday said that  specializations in various fields of knowledge has become indispensable in today’s world.
Prof Talat while speaking at the valedictory event of the 60th General Orientation Course of the Academic Staff College (ASC) here emphasized on the need for knowing more and more of less on one side and on the other side have the zeal for knowing at least something of other disciplines  of  knowledge  as well .
Terming the Academic Staff College (ASC) Kashmir University as a premier institution for the up-gradation for knowledge and skills the V-C asked trainees at the course to pay attention to the research while teaching. “We are after multidisciplinary approach to teaching and research now,” he said.
He asked the young teachers to  take full advantage of the research facilities at KU. 
 The V-C praised Dr Farooq Fayaz Director, Academic Staff College and said that during his brief stint as director, ASC got a new direction .
Registrar Kashmir University Prof Zafar A Reshi said that higher education  now is synonymous with  quality  adding that we must tread the path of efficient management of higher education colleges and universities .
Dean College development Council Prof  Mustafa  Shah  stressed upon the need to focus more on the quality of our higher education and emphasized upon teachers to update their academic competencies.

Lastupdate on : Tue, 15 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 15 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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