Strikes, Curfews adversely affect Education: Malik


‘JK youth full of talent, need opportunities to showcase their potential’

SRINAGAR (KNS) – While appreciating the state youth for their talent, Minister for Higher Education, Abdul Gani Malik said strikes and curfews adversely affect the system of education in the state.

While talking to KNS at the sidelines of the annual function of the Amar Singh College here today, Malik said youth of the State are full of talent and more opportunities need to be created to expose their potential.

“Strikes and Curfews have an adverse effect on education system. Government is taking steps for better and quality education in the State. We must appreciate the role of teachers who have produced the prominent personalities in the State”, he said.

He said that there is lot that needs to be done in the field of education in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier, during the annual function where Malik was the Chief Guest, students of the College presented various cultural programmes.

Prof. Nighat Fatima presented a brief of academic activities and achievements of the college.

Malik awarded the students for their achievements and performance. 

Owais Gul, a student of B.A 2nd year was awareded the best singer award whileas Arish Zahoor was awarded for best expressions in singing.

College Principal Zahoor Ahmad Chatt thanked the chief guest and parents for being the part of the event.

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