Kashmir coaching centres offer free admission to students 'expelled' from various states

Kashmir coaching centres offer free admission to students 'expelled' from various states

Terming the suspension and rustication of the students as a “conspiracy”, the association said various steps are being taken to mitigate the situation.

The Coaching Centres Association of Kashmir (CCAK) has decided to offer free admission to the students expelled from other states in the wake of Pulwama attack, to prevent their academic loss.

“We have faculty and means to impart education to them in majority of the subjects, be it BBA, BCA, B Tech, or MBA,” said B A Shah spokesperson of the association.

“Some of the stories we have heard from the students are harrowing. We want to minimise their (academic) loss and save them from post traumatic stress,” he said.

Terming the suspension and rustication of the students as a “conspiracy”, the association said various steps are being taken to mitigate the situation.

“Together, like minded educationists and academicians are finding solution to the problem. We will ensure the studies of the students are not affected,” he said.

The association sought removal of “barriers” for the entrepreneurs to establish “world-class educational institutes of higher learning in Kashmir”.

“Not only the students will be provided safe and quality education, it will also create employment for at least 50000 persons in Kashmir,” said Shah adding that “we can truly create a vibrant knowledge sector here.”

Meanwhile, the association asked the students to contact: Paul’s Cambridge, Parraypora, cell 9469888444 (Mehraj), 9469888555 (Arshid) or visit Coaching Centres Association office opposite Hotel Broad View behind Civil Secretariat Srinagar for further details.