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SAC's order sanctioning degree colleges Samba & Kathua challenged
3/20/2019 10:24:06 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Mar 20: In a petition filed by residents of Panchayat Sallan with regard to establishment of new Government Degree Colleges in J&K the petitioners felt vexed and discontented that their demands for setting up a New Degree College in their area have been ignored by the respondents.
Justice Rashid Ali Dar of J&K High Court Jammu Wing after hearing Advocate Ankur Sharma for the petitioner state to produce the record in terms of which the feasibility for establishment of Degree Colleges in Districts Kathua and Samba with regard to places mentioned therein on the next date of hearing, for perusal of the court.
During the course of hearing Advocate Sharma submitted that in government orders regarding setting up new government degree colleges throughout the state of J&K was done by examining feasibility of locations. The petitioners also submitted feasibility report of Sallan regarding setting up a New Degree College, the area which serves as best possible location which will cater the need of higher education of students of far flung remote areas. In the above mentioned feasibility report of Village Sallan, is a middle point of the catchment area with population of 2.5 Lacs.
There are three Government Higher Secondary Schools along with few private Higher Secondary Schools in the catchment area which are providing Higher Secondary education to 320 girls and 356 boys approximately. Even land measuring 90 Kanals have been provided for setting up the college at Sallan is identified.
The feasibility report of the Sallan, suits best for setting up the college but the demands and needs of the general mass of Sallan and surrounding areas was intentionally ignored and sanctions were given to the areas with less proximity and population which will unfortunately deprive students of far flung areas to access Higher Education.
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