April 15, 2021 01:36 (IST)
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Jammu and Kashmir: Deliver online classes from schools: DSEJ to Teachers

Srinagar: The teaching and non-teaching staff in Jammu division schools has been asked to attend the schools as per routine to deliver online classes for students during the closure of the schools.

Jammu and Kashmir: Style and Streax unisex salon opens at Parraypora

Srinagar: Style and Streax unisex salon was inaugurated by SDPO Fayaz Geelani and Greater Kashmir’s Rashid Makhdoomi, here at Parraypora Srinagar today.

Fashion stems in the land of Shikaras as Kashmir breaks a stereotype

Srinagar: India's treasured daughter Kashmir, which is believed to be a conservative society with many women still following clothing that covers most of their bodies, witnessed its first Fashion Show called 'The Kashmir Fashion Show' recently.

Jammu and Kashmir: Govt likely to authorise DCs on continuing schools

 Srinagar: The J&K government is mulling to authorise the District Disaster Management Authorities (DDMA) headed by the Deputy Commissioners to decide about continuation of classes in the schools.

Jammu and Kashmir: 5-day Tulip festival to begin from April 3

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government is all set to host a five-day long tulip festival in Srinagar.

Amid rising COVID cases, DSEK bars Govt, private schools to conduct pen-paper exams

Srinagar: The Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) has barred all the government and private schools to schedule any pen-paper test till the commencement of Term-1 assessment of students in the schools.

Jammu and Kashmir: Education Department shifts focus on children of tender age

Srinagar: The School Education Department has shifted its focus on providing quality education to children of tender age group.

Kashmiri artists pledge to set the stage right

Srinagar: On the World Theatre Day, Kashmiri artists pledged to take the theatre movement ahead and bring more and more youngsters onboard to set the stage right.

Jammu and Kashmir: IUST's Journalism Department organises National Seminar on 'COVID and Communication'

Srinagar: A One Day National Seminar on the theme ‘COVID and Communication’ was organised by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (DJMC) Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST).

Jammu and Kashmir: 7-day training for another batch of NSS programme officers begins at KU

Srinagar: Continuing with its outreach activities, the office of National Service Scheme at the University of Kashmir Monday started its training for another batch of NSS programme officers from colleges across the J&K UT.

Jammu and Kashmir: Artists conducting workshops to train youth in folk theatre

Srinagar: Senior artists are organising workshops in Jammu and Kashmir to motivate youth in the region to learn basics of folk theatre.

Jammu and Kashmir: KU's DSW organises online debate for college, university students

Srinagar: The Debate Club of Kashmir University’s Department of Students Welfare (DSW) on Sunday organised a debate for college and university students.

Jammu and Kashmir: International Women's Day celebrations conclude at IUST

Srinagar: While highlighting the issues and challenges faced by women leaders as well as acknowledging their contribution, a 3-day celebrations on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2021 organized by the office of Dean of Students concluded today at Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST).

Herath celebrated across Jammu and Kashmir with religious gaiety

Srinagar: Maha Shivratri, locally known as ‘Herath’, was celebrated with religious fervour and gaiety across Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday.

Jammu and Kashmir: 2 IIT engineers develop 'doubt clearing' online app for students

Srinagar: Two young engineers have come up with a “doubt clearing” online app which, according to them, has “thousands of experts just 60 seconds away from the students”.