Friday Following Shab i- Mehraj-
SRINAGAR - Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir, Prof Talat Ahmad visited various social service camps organized by Department of students welfare Kashmir University for the devotees visiting Hazratbal shrine on the occasion of Friday following Shab i- Mehraj-
Department of students welfare KU under the supervision of its Dean Prof Nilofar Khan organized various social service camps for the devotees to Hazratbal shrine on the occasion at Kashmir University campus.
Student volunteers , from DSWs debating club, Red ribbon club and cultural club, cell for physically challenged provided water and Juice to pilgrims at the stalls erected by the their volunteers at different places.
Vice Chancellor Kashmir University Prof Talat Ahmad accompanied by Registrar Kashmir University Prof Zafar A Reshi, Prof Mohammad Afzal Zargar chief proctor, DSW Prof Nilofar Khan and Ajaz Ahmad Deputy Chief proctor spent good time with various groups of devotees at the Sir Syed Gate of the University.
VC congratulated DSW volunteers for their effective coordination in providing various facilities to the devotees and said that handling such events exclusively by students is a part of their education. such type of training prepares students to take bigger role in the times to come VC added. In the afternoon Prof talat Ahmad himself served water and juice to devotees at the stall erected at Sir Syed Gate of KU. Registrar KU, Cheif Proctor, DSW and other officials joined VC and served the devotees.
Prof Nilofar Khan Dean students welfare expressed satisfaction the way volunteers managed the social service camps and said that such events inculcate the spirit of social service among our youth. we at KU are also humbly trying to full fill our social responsibility role by holding such events she added .
Assistant Dean students welfare department Showkat Shafi was also present during the event .
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