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CUK holds 11th Academic Council

Ganderbal, June 9:The 11th Meeting of the Academic Council (AC) of Central University of Kashmir (CUK) was held on Tuesday at Green Campus of the varsity with Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir in chair.

Welcoming the members of newly constituted Academic Council including external ones, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir gave a brief account about the university establishment and its functioning. “In the beginning, only three Postgraduate programmes were introduced and over the years a number of Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Integrated Research and Diploma Programmes were successfully added to the academic canvas of the university,” Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir said, adding that as on date, the university is having Nine Schools of Study, comprising 20 teaching departments which are offering 35 different programmes including integrated UG-PG programmes. Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir said the university intake capacity always remains full and there has been very less cases of dropouts, which can be termed as insignificant. He said the university is doing well on academics front and has faculty members from across the country.

On the infrastructure front, CUK VC said the university until last year was functioning from the rented buildings in Srinagar city was subsequently shifted to Ganderbal with the help of government functionaries and district administration, in a phased manner. He said the university had to renovate the buildings (Old District Hospital and erstwhile Physical Education College) before starting the academic activities.

He said that 5000 kanals of land stands transferred to the University for Establishment of the permanent campus. “However, the construction on the permanent structures were hit as the land turned out to be marshy with low load bearing capacity,” he said, adding that MHRD also deputed a soil expert who after thorough analysis, approved the construction of G+1 structures.

Prof. Mehraj ud Din said the university has faculty from across the country who are actively participating in national and international seminars, conferences and other academic activities from time to time, adding that several faculty members have also received research projects. He said the students have also participated in several national and international events including various competitions.

Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir also hailed the contribution of the previous members of the Academic Council, for their proactive role in the overall development of the university.  

The Council also discussed several important issues regarding conduct of examinations for Undergraduate, Post-Graduate, terminal, intermediate semester and backlog cases. In this connection, it was decided to constitute a Committee to give final shape to the deliberations and decisions taken. The Council also took note of the online teaching learning process, started by the university, in view of the lockdown and appreciated efforts of the varsity in this direction. The Minutes of Meetings of School Boards were also approved by the Council.

Registrar, Prof. Fayaz Ahmad Nika, who took up the agenda items, said the university is steadily progressing on the academic front and has become a choice destination for the students of Jammu and Kashmir. This, he said, can be gauged from the overwhelming response of students to the recent admission notification issued by the CUK.



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