Islam Ekka’s younger daughter Reshma had a lot of interest to study. Often, she used to implore her father to help her study. But the hapless father could ill afford her studies. Life took for the better when , Reshma’s father came to know about KISS
From turning walls of mud houses into blackboards to taking classes through loudspeakers on moving carts, from ‘mohalla’ classes to using public announcement system of panchayat bhawans, 2020 was full of struggle and innovation for teachers to ensure learning was not disrupted as schools remained closed due to COVID-19.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), Mains is being held in 13 Languages including Urdu Language for the next session (2021).
“The restoration of the Amar Singh College brought back one of the most prominent institutional buildings in Kashmir to its former glory.”
The School Education Department is all set to announce annual results of 8th standard on Saturday.
Any major incident in the valley, which results in the death of armed forces personnel, brings trouble for Kashmiris living outside. This situation becomes more common and difficult when it comes to the students, as they are the most vulnerable group to attack. To understand this sort of difficult situation, Kashmir Observer talks to four Kashmiri students, who study outside J&K.
KIIT Deemed to be University is unique as it is a student and parent friendly University. 30000 Students from all over India and 55 countries study here and find a home in the University. 95% of the students are from outside Odisha.
The Jammu and Kashmir government under 74th Constitutional Amendment Act on Friday transferred 108 primary schools to Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) and Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC).
500 senior-most college contractual lecturers who’ve served the department for nearly two decades are not eligible for any other job, as they’ve crossed the upper age limit. After giving their youth to the department, the government has issued an order categorizing them into “surplus candidates”. The order has come as a big blow for these teachers awaiting regularization since years now.
Ever since Kashmir landscape was altered in August 2019, students in the valley haven’t been to schools. Among them is Maroof, who rears cattle, while missing classes, in south Kashmir pastures.