SKUAST-K students Mohsin Haris and Nasheman have secured first and third rank in recently announced Indian Council of Agricultural Research -Junior Research Fellowships (ICAR-JRF) results.
Mohsin Haris, who belongs to university's Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Shuhama topped the ICAR-JRF in veterinary sciences, while as Nasheman of Faculty of Fisheries, Rangil Ganderbal secured the third rank in the all-India competition for fisheries.
According to a SKUAST-K statement, 17 students from the varsity are likely to get JRF.
"Out of 56 Veterinary/Animal Sciences and Fisheries students who appeared in the All India Post Graduate examination all have qualified and would secure admission in top ranking Agricultural Universities/ICAR Institutes in the country," reads a statement of the university.
Prof Nazeer Ahmed, Vice-Chancellor SKUAST-K felicitated these students who secured top ranks at a felicitation programme organized by Career Counselling & Placement Centre (CCPC). He congratulated the students, teachers and Career Counselling Centres for the brilliant performance of students in the national level competitive examination and expressed his hope that they will put still better performance in future too. Vice-Chancellor also gave mementoes to these top ranking 17 students.
The programme was attended by Director Education, SKUAST-K, Dean Faculty of Fisheries, Dean Faculty of Veterinary Sciences & AH, Dean Students Welfare & several teachers and Coordinators of CCPC. Dean Students Welfare and Dr. Azmat Alam Khan, Coordinator CCPC gave a brief account of efforts put in by CCPC in honing the competitive skills of students.