SKUAST-K holds valedictory function| Develop soft skills of students to make them job providers: VC

SKUAST-K holds valedictory function| Develop soft skills of students to make them job providers: VC
He was speaking at a function at SKUAST-K. The VC advised the students to increase happiness quotient to realize their vision to optimal potential.Special arrangement

Srinagar: Prof J P Sharma, vice chancellor (VC) SKUAST-K today reiterated the importance of soft skills development of the students to make them job providers rather than job seekers.

He was speaking at a function at SKUAST-K. The VC advised the students to increase happiness quotient to realize their vision to optimal potential.

SKUAST-K held the valedictory function of foundation programme – Irtiqa-II-in the university today.

According to a press note, the programme was inaugurated by Vice

Chancellor Prof J P Sharma and was attended by all the Officers, Deans, Directors, Heads of Divisions, Units, students of the University and others. . Besides felicitation of the students from various faculties, the event was marked by the launch of Yawun, a SKUAST-K Students Magazine.

The programme was organised under the leadership of Prof M A A Sidiqui.

Speaking on the occasion, Vice-Chancellor, Prof. J.P.Sharma appreciated the efforts of Dean Students Welfare for creating ambient atmosphere for students of the University due to which our students are representing the University at National and International level.

He appreciated the efforts of career counseling and placement centre of the Department of Students Welfare to prepare the students for competitive exams and congratulated them for their success in realizing an exponential increase in the number of students qualifying these exams.

Prof M A A Sidiqui, Dean Students welfare highlighted the role played by the Department of Students welfare in realizing the role of University to secure first position in zonal level elocution competition. A cultural programme was organized and students from different faculties of SKUAST-Kashmir performed in the event. About 321 students were felicitated across seven faculties of the University.

Prof NA Ganai, Director Planning thanked Vice-Chancellor for his guidance and active involvement in making the event a success.

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