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Vice-Chancellors’ Forum bids farewell to former Governor N N Vohra

Rouf Pampori

Rouf Pampori

5 Dariya News

Srinagar , 25 Aug 2018

Members of the J&K Universities Vice-Chancellors’ Forum called on former Governor N N Vohra to bid farewell to him.Vohra had functioned as Chancellor of the four State Universities, Central University of Jammu and of the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University during his tenure of more than 10 years.The Vice Chancellor’s Forum thanked Vohra for his able guidance and continued support for helping the Universities to tread the path of excellence. They recalled his persistent emphasis on the need for the quality of teaching and learning being constantly upgraded, conducting research on problems related to the State and promoting sports and extracurricular activities so that the J&K Universities rise among the top institutions in the Country.Vohra thanked the VCs for the warm gesture and urged them to maintain a strong united front to neutralize any attempt which seeks to vitiate the standards of higher education.Members of the VC’s forum who met former Governor comprised Prof Manoj Dhar, VC University of Jammu; Prof Nazeer Ahmed, VC, SKUAST- Kashmir; Prof. Sanjeev Jain, VC, SMVDU; Prof Ashok Aima, VC, Central University of Jammu; Prof Mehraj-ud-Din, Vice Chancellor, Central University of Kashmir; Prof Anju Bhasin, Vice Chancellor, Cluster University, Jammu; and Prof Sheikh Javid Ahmed, Vice Chancellor, Cluster University, Kashmir.

 

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