Srinagar, Sept 19: Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir today announced that it will open its campuses for national and international students.
In a jam-packed press conference, Vice Chancellor, SKUAST-K, Prof Nazir Ahmad Ganai, launched the brochure for admission in undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programmes for national and international students.
“Foreign Nationals, Non-Resident Indians (NRI), Non-Resident Indian Sponsored (NRIs) candidates and candidates from the other States and Union Territories of the country can apply for admission to the UG, Masters and PhD programmes of the SKUAST-K,” Prof Ganai said while addressing the media persons.
He said admission to the various newly introduced short-skill courses is also open for all Indian citizens and foreign national students.
“Kashmir being a crime-free place bestowed with natural beauty and pleasant weather, besides what SKUAST-K has to offer in terms of education, I am sure the university will become a favourite destination for both national and international students,” Prof Ganai said.
The Vice Chancellor said SKUAST-K is the 6th best state agriculture university in the country, has received ‘Band Excellent’ under Atal Innovation Ranking, and was accredited as Grade ‘A’ accredited university by ICAR with incredible research, education and extension credentials. SKUAST-K was the first SAU to implement National Education Policy 2020 and created its place among the top 3 performing universities under National Agricultural Higher Education Project funded by the World Bank.
“As a top ranking university in India, we offer truly international learning ambience and studentship through huge academic infrastructure and state-of-the-art laboratories for high-end research and innovations,” he said.
“We have an innovative team of forward-thinking, nationally and globally connected faculty dedicated to helping the students grow and be able to transform challenges into successes. We are diverse and distinctive in our hospitality, innovative by design and inclusive in approach.”
He said the university offers rigorous academic and relevant research programmes, enabling and engaging for creating leaders that drive the changes with strong competencies and ethics, strategic thinking, collaborative approach and global perspective of issues. Being an innovation-driven university, SKUAST-K has created a strong and conducive ecosystem of innovations for student startups.
Prof Ganai said the main attraction for the national and international students in SKUAST-K is that the university allows them to design what they want to study in the unversity. “We, also provide a flexible platform for students to design their own curriculum for Inter-disciplinary Education (DECIDE to LEED). We help students develop the skills, acquire knowledge, and attain holistic development to empower them to be part of the 4th industrial revolution and enable them to steer knowledge-based technology-driven agri-economy in the world. SKUAST-K is among a few Agricultural Universities in India to have established incubation Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SKIIE) and Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AIML),” he said.
The connections university has built with industry partners over time help students develop solution skills and improve their employability with leading industrial and corporate houses, Prof Ganai said.
The vice chancellor thanked the Lt Governor and UT administration for providing all administrative, logistic and policy support to achieve the goals of internationalization of education at the university.
Earlier, Deputy Registrar SKUAST-K Parvez Ahmad Bhat opened the press conference to the media persons and OSD to Vice Chancellor, Prof Azmat Alam Khan, presented the vote of thanks.
Any national and international student interested in admission at SKUAST-K can download the admission brochure and apply online by accessing the university website.
9400 candidates appear in SKUAST-K undergrad entrance test
Srinagar, Sept 27: Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir Sunday held entrance test for admission in its undergraduate courses.
About 9400 candidates took part in the entrance for Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Veterinary Sciences, Agricultural Engineering, Sericulture and Fisheries courses for the academic session 2020.
Prof Nazeer Ahmed, Vice-Chancellor SKUAST-K accompanied by Prof MH Wani Registrar, Prof MH Balkhi, Director Education, and Prof Dil Mohammad Makhdoomi, Controller of Examinations visited some of these centres to assess about measures for smooth conduct of the test.
Vice-Chancellor, according to a SKUAST-K statement, expressed his satisfaction and thanked Principals/Heads of the institutions, their staff for extending cooperation in smooth conduct of the test. He expressed his gratitude and thanks to Divisional and District administration of Jammu & Kashmir Divisions and J&K Police for their cooperation and to one and all in the university who were directly or indirectly involved with the process of the conduct of Entrance Test.
The university had constituted different teams of observers under the supervision of Chief Observers of the rank of Officers of the University for smooth and transparent conduct of the test.
Dr Rayees bags young scientist award
FICCI holds workshop on ATA Carnet for J&K importers, exporters
Chemical Pesticides and Environment Sustainability
This sustainable fashion startup aims to revive Kashmir crafts
Age-old practice of grape cultivation in Kashmir needs revival
Let’s Revive the Organic way of Healing
Rural mart inaugurated under NABARD scheme
SKUAST-K opens admissions for national, international students
Kashmir’s changing business landscape
Insight into Kashmir’s walnut harvesting
Insight into Kashmir’s walnut harvesting
Kashmir-based ‘SmartFish’ bags national ‘Big Fish Pool’ startup grant
Saalas: Food and grocery app delivering happiness at your doorsteps
Mahoor’s hiking expeditions connect people to their past
Lassipora industrialists call on newly appointed director
Exquisite in taste, Nava’s homemade jams and pickles ‘sell like crazy’
Rafia’s homemade bakery sells like hot cakes
Wular: Asia’s largest freshwater lake fights for existence
PHD Chamber holds capacity-building workshop for crewel embroidery artisans
J&K’s Dwindling Corrugation Industry
Industry2 years ago
FCIK hails LG Sinha for creating entrepreneur-friendly industrial ecosystem
Energy2 years ago
Lt Governor discusses J&K power scenario with experts
Careers2 years ago
SKUAST-K holds career counselling at Wadura campus
Economy2 years ago
Lt Governor announces new industrial policy for J&K
Industry2 years ago
Imran Murtaza takes oath as president Industrial Association Khunmoh
Tech2 years ago
NIT Srinagar launches PG course in ‘Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Dynamics’
Infra1 year ago
SKUAST-K bags EU project for urban green infrastructure
AgriBiz2 years ago
HDFC Bank Festive Treats 2.0 reaches rural India