Srinagar – Minister for Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik today visited Government College for Women , Nawakadal to inspect the functioning of the college.
The Advisor to Chief Minister, Mr. Mubarak Gul accompanied the Minister. The dignitaries took stock of the arrangements made for the examinations and interacted with the students, besides also inspected Skill Development Cell, Moral Education Cell, various blocks of the college, Library, Science Laboratory, College canteen and sports facilities being provided to the student .
Earlier the Principal of the College, while welcoming the Minister and the Advisor put forth a charter of demands which include up gradation of the complex and some other facilities for the students.
The Minister assured that the government will take up the matter with concerned authorities and a project will be formulated for construction of multi story building for the college.
Interacting with the students, the Minister impressed upon them to take their studies seriously and excel in their streamsin order to face the challenges at National and International level.
Both, the Minister and Advisor later also inspected the siteat Saidpora for future plans of construction of new Degree College in Shehr-i-Khas and discussed the matter threadbare so that the work would be taken in hand shortly for construction of the complex, The Minister assured that the construction work of College Complex will be started very soon and after the completion of the college complex new and latest streams would also be introduced in the college, so that the student community of old city get benefitted
The Advisor later inspected the leveling of the Id Gah ground and its development work which is being undertaken on war footing basis.
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