CUK VC inaugurates Placement drive
Srinagar, Jan 24: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir today inaugurated the training cum placement drive under centrally sponsored project UDAAN organized by the varsity’s Central Placement Cell at Nowgam-I academic block here, in collaboration with Experis IT and its partners.
Registrar, Prof. Muhammad Afzal Zargar, Controller of Examinations, Dr. Nazir Ahmad Gilkar, Finance Officer, Mr. Bashir Ahmad Haji, Chief Placement Officer, Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Nikka, Coordinator, Department of Convergent Journalism, Mr. Asif Khan, Assistant Prof. Mr Afaq Alam, Project Head Experis IT, Mr Vinay Gupta, Experis J&K Head, Mr. Khalid Bazaz and Talent Edge J&K Head, Mr Faheem Mustafa were among other present on the occasion.
Addressing the aspirants, Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir asked them to work with utmost commitment and dedication after placement. “I am sure that you will prove your mettle after getting placement in the companies,” Prof. Mehraj ud Din remarked. He informed the guests that the students studying in the Central University of Kashmir and other higher educational institutions are extremely talented. “Our students just need an opportunity to showcase their talent and once they get it they not only realize their dream of reaching to the top echelons, but also build the stature of the organization they work for,” he added. Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir wished best to the job aspirants.
Speaking on the occasion, Registrar, Prof. Muhammad Afzal Zargar, said the objective of the CUK is not only to impart quality teaching to the students, but also to help them in getting placement in different nationals and multinationals across the country. He said the students of the valley are immensely talented, which gets flourished once they start working in a competitive environment. Prof. Zargar said that such drives would be held regularly in the university to ensure that the pass outs are given the placement opportunity.
Controller of Examinations, Dr. Nazir Ahmad Gilkar said that there should be close synergy between the university and industry and other corporate so that the students get an opportunity to work outside the State. “Working in different organizations outside the State will widen the horizon of the students and they will also inculcate the work culture adopted in these institutions,” he said.
Chief Placement Officer, Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Nikka, while welcoming the guests, gave a detailed account about the placement drive. He said the candidates selected during this drive would be given on the spot offer letters and would join the companies after completing their training period. Dr. Nikka said the aim of holding the drive is to give opportunity to the students intending to work outside the J&K and contribute, not only towards the development of the country, but of the world as a whole.