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Kashmir artisans to take part in Noida Haat fairs, make most of festival season

Srinagar: After successful participation of craft entrepreneurs and exporters in virtual fairs amidst stringent Covid-19 lockdowns, the artisans and weavers from Kashmir shall get their first opportunity to participate in physical fairs outside the J&K for selling their exotic range of hand-made products during the Diwali Utsav beginning at Noida Haat from October 30 to November 14.

Jammu and Kashmir: Talent hunt competition ‘Kashmir Ke Sitare’ held

Srinagar: A musical talent hunt competition for the Kashmir Valley was organized by News18 Urdu at Tagore Hall, Srinagar.

VC SKUAST-J chairs 18th Scientific Advisory Committee meeting of KVK Jammu

Srinagar: Prof J P Sharma, Vice Chancellor SKUAST-J on Thursday suggested the adoption of income oriented activities for achieving the aim of doubling farmers’ income by 2022.

Jammu and Kashmir: Pulwama admin organises training session on JK-IGRAMS

Srinagar: In a significant step towards making the existing grievance redress mechanism more robust and efficient, District Development Commissioner (DDC) Pulwama Monday chaired a training session cum meeting regarding Jammu & Kashmir Integrated Grievance Redress and Monitoring System (JK-IGRAMS).

Jammu and Kashmir: Research methodology workshop concludes at CUK

Srinagar: The two-week workshop on Research Methodology organized by the School of Social Sciences, Central University of Kashmir (CUK), concluded at Green Campus here on Monday.

Kashmiri man, who grew up in orphanage, secures 46th rank in J&K Administrative Service exam

Doda: Showing his immense power to succeed, a person, who grew up in an orphanage, has secured 46th rank in the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service.

Jammu and Kashmir: KAS exam done and dusted, Kamila shifts gears to crack UPSC today

Srinagar: A teacher’s job is to shape the future of her children but in doing so, Malik Kamila Mushtaq went ahead with setting an example for her students.

Jammu and Kashmir: Medical student turning waste materials to work of art

Srinagar: A medical student from Jammu and Kashmir is turning waste material to art, earning appreciations for her creations.

Sher-e-Kashmir University conducts entrance exams for agriculture courses, thousands appear

Srinagar: Studying agriculture is attracting students across Jammu and Kashmir and this is evident as thousands appeared to write the entrance examination for agriculture courses at the Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST) on Sunday.

Jammu and Kashmir: Craft entrepreneurs urged to apply for RCMC

Srinagar: In order to access various benefits under the foreign trade policy and become part of a worldwide network of exporters in the international market, the Directorate of Handicrafts and Handloom, Kashmir, has called upon craft entrepreneurs to apply for registration-cum-membership certificate (RCMC) in terms of the handbook of procedures of the DGFT.

Jammu and Kashmir: 6400 students appear in CUCET-2020 from Kashmir

Srinagar:  The three-day Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET-2020), conducted jointly by the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) along with 18 other varsities across the country concluded successfully on Sunday.

Kashmir would not have been part of India without Sardar Patel's effort: Historian-journalist Hindol Sengupta

Historian-journalist Hindol Sengupta was the guest at  An Author's Afternoon session organised virtually by Prabha Khaitan Foundation and presented by Shree Cement on Sept 12. In a conversation with host Oindrilla Dutta, Sengupta spoke about his book The Man Who Saved India and its central character Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. India Blooms correspondent Souvik Ghosh brings excerpts

Reopening schools could worsen Covid-19 crisis, warns Doctors Association Kashmir

Srinagar/UNI: The Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Thursday warned that reopening of schools could worsen the crisis at a time when Covid-19 positive cases are surging in the Kashmir valley.

Jammu and Kashmir: Samoon reviews functioning of Career Counselling Centres

Srinagar: Principal Secretary, School Education and Skill Development, Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon Tuesday chaired a meeting of senior officers to review online career counselling initiatives of the Technical Education department.

Kashmir University ranked 19th among 70 best Public state Universities of India

Srinagar: In May this year, the Kashmir University was accredited ‘A+ Grade University’ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) as well.