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    Samoon reviews status of WiFi connectivity in JK colleges

    Commissioner Secretary Higher Education Department, Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon, today convened a meeting to review implementation of WiFi connectivity with internet access for college students in all the Government Degree College Campuses
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    Govt Shuts Colleges Too For Winter Break

    The Government today announced winter vacation in all Government Degree Colleges of Kashmir division besides, Colleges of Jammu division which fall in the winter zone.
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    Govt ‘Indecisive’ Over Winter Break For Colleges

    As bone chilling temperatures in Kashmir Valley are taking a toll across the state, the higher education department is yet to come out with the announcement of declaring winter break for colleges leaving thousands of students in lurch.
  •  Students protest against liquor business

    Students protest against liquor business

    Students from different colleges Thursday staged a protest against sale of liquor in Kashmir Valley.Both male and female protesting students assembled at Press Enclave here and raised anti-government slogans.
  • Govt to develop existing infrastructure for colleges: Akhtar

    Govt to develop existing infrastructure for colleges: Akhtar

    Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar today informed that the Government intends to develop and upgrade existing infrastructure of the colleges instead of establishing new colleges in the State.
  • Students protest against ‘three-fold’ fee hike

    Students of the colleges affiliated to Kashmir University Tuesday protested against the recent fee hike order of the university council.Large number of students from different colleges assembled here in Press Enclave .
  • Slabs Laid Down for Permission of Pvt Edu Inst

    The Government Friday accorded sanction to the adoption of slabs of duration for the grant of renewal of permission in favour of private un-aided institutions / colleges functioning in the State.
  •  Practically Oriented syllabus is the need of the hour

    Practically Oriented syllabus is the need of the hour

    After passing out from a University or a College, we all have to start earning. Some of us will choose to become employees and some of us may give employment to others by establishing start-ups of our own.

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