KU to introduce Chinese at IFL KU

Take full advantage of placement avenues at KU : VC to students

Srinagar - Besides German, French, and Russian languages already being taught at KU,s IFL (institute of foreign Language)  Kashmir  University Vice Chancellor Prof Talat Ahmad today announced that Ku is contemplating  the introduction of Chinese at the institute shortly.

IFL Students  today organized  a Welcome and Farewell Celebration   at the  department at  Main Campus of the  varsity  where VC KU was the chief guest .

Vice Chancellor said that students studying different languages at IFL have lot of job potential and hoped that  the institute is able  to create a  workforce in the languages taught there including German .

Vice chancellor Kashmir University congratulated the organizers and participants for the graceful event and announced to the delight of the participants that his administration has plans for the expansion of  IFL and advised the outgoing batch of the students of German language to take full advantage of  the placement  avenues created in the recent times at KU.

 Director IFL KU Prof Bashir Ahmad in his welcome address congratulated participants for attending  the event  and added that this batch of students have created a new tradition at KU by Welcoming the new batch of students to  IFL and bidding farewell to their seniors. He wished best of luck to  outgoing batch and concluded his speech with  thanks to Vice Chancellor for his support and cooperation to let the department tread the path of continued success.


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