NSS Holds Rally Against Atrocities on Women


SRINAGAR: National Service Scheme (NSS) University of Kashmir in collaboration with NSS units of various Degree Colleges and Hr. Secondary Institutes of the Valley organized a peaceful rally inside the campus in which hundreds of students and NSS volunteers from University, Colleges and Hr. Secondary schools participated. 

The rally was flagged -off by acting Vice- Chancellor of KU Prof. S. Fayaz Ahmad during which Controller of Examinations and acting Registrar Prof. AS Bhat ,Dean Students Welfare Prof. Neelofar Khan, President Kashmir University Teachers Association (KUTA) Prof G.M. Sangmi, Chief Proctor Prof M. Afzal Zargar, NSS Program Officers from University, Degree Colleges and Hr. Secondary Institutions were present.

During the rally acting Vice –Chancellor Prof S. Fayaz Ahmad   condemned the barbaric acts against women and asked the students to adhere to moral values.

He also appealed the parents and teachers to give moral educations to their wards. 

The acting Vice- Chancellor congratulated the participating students, NSS Program Officers and office of the NSS coordinator Prof. Farooq Ahmad Khan for organizing this event.

The others who spoke on the occasion were Dean Students Welfare, Controller of the Examinations, and NSS coordinator. 

The speakers condemned committing of crime against women.

The students while displaying ply cards in their hands impressed upon the authorities to give severe punishment to the perpetrators.

They were also asking to start fast -track courts in order to curb this menace.

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