Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Universities have made the attendance of the teachers non-mandatory during the closure period of the educational institutions. Both the Universities have shifted to online education.
Srinagar: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Vice Chancellor, Prof. Mehraj ud Din Mir on Monday inspected the examination centres of the varsity across various campuses and expressed satisfaction over the arrangements made in view of the COVID-19.
Srinagar: The Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Management (HSS&M), National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar Thursday hosted a virtual lecture on process of ‘building a start-up’.
Srinagar: As a part of “Azaadika Amrut Mahotsav” celebrations marking the 75th Anniversary of India’s Independence, Directorate of Tourism Kashmir Wednesday organised a Shikara rally in Dal Lake in which over 50 shikara boats participated.
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.
Srinagar: Style and Streax unisex salon was inaugurated by SDPO Fayaz Geelani and Greater Kashmir’s Rashid Makhdoomi, here at Parraypora Srinagar today.
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.
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.
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government is all set to host a five-day long tulip festival in Srinagar.
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.
Srinagar: The School Education Department has shifted its focus on providing quality education to children of tender age group.
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.
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).
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.
Srinagar: Senior artists are organising workshops in Jammu and Kashmir to motivate youth in the region to learn basics of folk theatre.