CUK holds social service camp for devotees at Kher Bhawani
Ganderbal, June 6: The Central University of Kashmir (CUK) today organised a Social Service Camp to serve refreshments to the devotees attending Mela Kher Bhawani here.
Thousands of devotees thronged the stall erected by the CUK, and consumed the refreshment served by the volunteers, including students.
“As the designated campus of the University is in Ganderbal, we are humbled to serve the devotees coming from all parts of the country,” Officiating Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Me’raj-ud-Din said. He congratulated the volunteers of Students Welfare Department for their significant role and effective coordination in providing refreshment to the devotees.
Describing the camp as a success, CUK Registrar, Prof. M Afzal Zargar said the camps, such as this one, would become a regular feature by the University as part of its Institutional Social Responsibility. He thanked the district, civil and police administration for their assistance and support.
Finance Officer, Dr. Irshad A Jan, Controller Examination, Dr. Nazir Ahmad Gilkar, Officer In Charge Students Welfare, Dr. Fayaz A Nikka, OSD (IA), Mr. S L Bhan, Associate Professor, Department of IT, Mr. Zahoor Ahmad Najar and other allied staff was also present on the occasion.
Meanwhile, Consultant from New Delhi today gave a detailed presentation to the faculty at Transit Campus Sonwar, Srinagar, regarding the up gradation of the IT in the University. The meeting was chaired by the Officiating Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj-ud-Din and attended by Registrar, all the Deans, Heads and Coordinators of different departments and officers and officials in the administration.
Besides the first official language implementation committee meeting was also held under the chairmanship of Officiating Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj-ud-Din. All academic and administrative officials attended the meetings. Various important decisions regarding the implementation of official language were taken. The usage of State language amidst the official language in the day to day activities was emphasized upon and approved also.