Jammu & Kashmir

KU Sattelite Campus organised 1st Annual Day

KU VC & CEC attended the function, Visited ISK

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Vice Chancellor, Kashmir University Prof Talat Ahmad on Saturday Visited Kargil district and  attended the first Annual day of the Kashmir University Satellite campus in Kargil.

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KARGIL NOV. 03: Vice Chancellor, Kashmir University Prof Talat Ahmad on Saturday Visited Kargil district and  attended the first Annual day of the Kashmir University Satellite campus in Kargil. He was accompanying with, Joint Registrar KU Dr Tanveer A Shah, Controller of Examination Farooq Ahmad Mir, Dean Academic Affairs M A Sakaf & Rector M S Sumbl. The Vice chancellor and his team was welcomed by the CEC LAHDC Kargil Feroze Khan and Executive Councillors in Kargil.

Before attending the meeting Vice channellor visited Hawza e ilmia Isna Ashariya Kargil Where the president of the seminary Shiekh Nazir Mehdi welcomed the VC and his team. During the meeting Shiekh Nazir also highlighted various issues related to the students of Kargil district and submitted  a memorandum. The Vice chancellor also visited the Islamic library at the Hawaza during his visit and assured his support to the library.

Later the annual day function was held at Auditorium Hall and welcomed the VC in Kargil , CEC LAHDC Feroze Khan asserted that professor Talat and his team has fulfilled their promise and despite of harsh weather conditions they are in Kargil to attend the annual day”.

He further highlighted the grievances of student community and appealed the VC to redress the guanine demands of the students of Kargil district.

Addressing the gathering at auditorium Hall, the Vice Chancellor said that he has a dream to show some change in the Kargil satellite campus. He assured that to start five integrated 5 years courses (3 years Graduation+ 2 years Masters) in Earth science and other important courses. KU-2-Kargil

He said that Earth Science will include Geology, Geography and Environment Science and students will even have the provision to leave the course after completing three years of graduation if they wish to move out of Ladakh for Master’s Degree.

 He added that selective Master courses relevant to the area will also be developed depending on new positions for which he urged Hill Council and local authority to follow up with higher authorities at State level. He informed that the courses have been formulated and shall be implemented soon.