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CUK, IIPA to hold symposia, seminars
 

Srinagar, Aug 3: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) and Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) (J&K Chapter) has decided to organise seminars, symposia and other events in near future.

In this regard, a meeting was held with CUK Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir in chair. The meeting was also attended by Dr. Gh Nabi Qasba, Prof. S Fayaz Ahmad, Prof SM Afzal Qadiri, Mr. G J Nehvi IAS (Retd), Prof. Abdul Ghani, Prof. G M Bhat, Prof. M A Dar, Prof. SA Rathore and SGM Andrabi Joint Secretary IIPA.

The meeting decided to hold daylong symposium/ Seminar on the topics “Flood Preparedness in Kashmir” and “Need to fight Drug Addiction” between September to November 2018 in association with the Central University of Kashmir (CUK). A Sub-Committee comprising Dr. G N Qasba and Mr. GJ Nehvi will coordinate the organizing of these two events. Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir assured all possible help and assistance to IIPA in organizing these activities.

The meeting also decided to hold annual Inter-college/ Inter-University/Inter-Department debate at Kashmir University in the near future: The topic for this debate was chosen to be “Youth are not taking full advantage of on line information Systems.” The Vice-Chairman and Prof. Qadri will hold a meeting with DSW of Kashmir University next week to finalise the arrangements of this debate.

It was also decided to launch a membership drive for 10 slots earmarked for Kashmir. Dr. G N Qasba will oversee this issue so that only right people are registered as Honorary members.

The suggestion of VC CUK to hold an interactive session of IIPA members at Kashmir University in order to rejuvenate the IIPA activities in KU, received full support. It was agreed to convene it in 3rd week of August:

The Vice-Chairman thanked CUK for their support to IIPA in conduct of its activities.

 

 

CUK’s workshop on gender sensitization ends

 

Srinagar, Aug 3: A two-day workshop on “Engendering Higher Education” organised by the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) of the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) in collaboration with  Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace (WISCOMP) concluded at Nowgam-I, Academic block of the varsity here Friday.

Founder and Director of Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace (WISCOMP), Dr Meenakshi Gopinath, in her valedictory remarks, said the workshop was successful in a way that it served the purpose of sensitizing the participants on gender equality.

She said that in order to promote gender equality continuous efforts should be made to sensitize the public. "Gender sensitization programmes are needed both inside and outside our institutions so that culture of gender equality could be promoted in the society" she added.

Dr Gopinath said that more such workshops will be conducted in the future to promote the cause of gender equality.  She thanked the ICC for organizing this workshop and also expressed gratitude to the CUK Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir "for taking keen interest in the workshop."

Head Department of Teacher Education, and ICC Chairperson, Prof. Nighat Basu, stressed upon the need to sensitize the teaching as well as the administrative staff of the varsity about the gender equality.  She said that the ICC will continue to organise regular gender sensitization programmes in the University. Dr Basu thanked Director WISCOMP  for collaborating with the ICC in holding the workshop. 

Vote of thanks was proposed by the Dean Students Welfare (DSW) Prof. Fayaz Ahmad Nika. He said, "The sessions of the workshop were engaging and such type of workshops will create a sense of mutual respect between different genders in society."

Dr. Gopinath and Programme Associate, WISCOMP Shilpi Shabdiat conducted various exercises during the workshop.

 

 


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