SRINAGAR – Minister for Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik today said that institutions of higher learning play a crucial role in shaping career of the new generation and also in building confidence in them to face challenges at national and international level.
The Minister was addressing an impressive function at Amar Singh College Srinagar, organised in connection with Annual Day celebrations 2012.
Principal of the College, Prof. Zahoor Chatt, former Principal of the college and an eminent scholar, Prof G.M. Dar were present on the occasion.
Mr. Malik further said that several colleges and Amar Singh College under the leadership of Prof. Tariq Kawoosa and Prof. Zahoor Chatt has earned laurels during past several years.
He said that the luminaries like former Principal, Amar Singh College, Prof. G.M. Dar and others are guiding factor for higher education department and their services shall always be remembered by the intellectuals, scholars and students of the state.
Earlier, Principal of the College, Prof. Zahoor Chatt welcomed the Minister and apprised about the achievements registered by the college during last academic year.
Students performed on the stage and enthralled the audience with scintillating cultural bonanza.
Later, the Minister awarded meritorious students with trophies and certificates.
Dr. Tahmina anchored the programme with active support of student anchor Syed Munawar.
Prof. Gazala Gyas acted as Rapporteur and Prof. Nighat Fatima presented Annual Report.
Minister also released college Newsletter A.S. Chronicles.
The Minister inaugurated Online Helpline prepared by computer department of the college.
Among others, the function was attended by various Principals was attended by various Principals which include Islamia College of Science and Commerce, Government Womens College, M.A. Road, Government Womens College Nawa Kadal, Government Degree College Bemina and several dignitaries
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