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Advisor Kumar attends World Population Day celebrations
7/11/2019 11:15:54 PM
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, July 11: To Commemorate the World Population Day, a programme was organized by NSS unit of Kashmir University. World Population day is an annual event, observed on July 11 every year, which seeks to raise awareness about global population issues.
Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar was the chief guest on the occasion whiles as Vice Chancellor Kashmir University Prof. Talat Ahmad was the guest of honor.
Registrar Kashmir University Dr. Nisar Ahmad Mir, Coordinator NSS KU Prof Shamim Ahmad Shah, senior faculty members from KU, other colleges and NSS volunteers were present on the occasion to celebrate this global event.
The major objective behind observing World Population Day is to focus the attention on the consequences of increasing population and how it affects the overall development plans and programmes.
Addressing the gathering, the Advisor highlighted important factors, consequences of increasing population and its threat to the society and also listed out some suggestions to tackle with these important issues related to the benefit of humankind.
He said that the world population has reached a staggering 7.7 billion mark and India too has contributed in a big way with 1.37 billion people in the current year.
While discussing the issues related increasing population, the Advisor said that keeping in mind the figure, the population has to be smartly managed. He highlighted that a particular age group, very productive, falling between 50-65 years is declined and this crisis of today's ageing population need to be tackled in an effective manner.
Further, complimenting the Vice Chancellor for having high ratio of women students in the Kashmir University, said that because of the population distortion, productivity is going to decline and if women population which is very active comes into the workforce or enter into the productive area, this imbalance would surely be controlled.
If the strength, zeal and energy of women come into play, the whole humankind would be benefitted, he added.
Later, the Advisor delivered a special lecture on 'Leadership Skills' which was attended by head of various departments, senior faculty and students of the department of Management Studies of Kashmir University.
The Advisor spoke about contemporary issues in leadership, developing effective leadership skills and leading by example. After the lecture, he interacted with the students who asked questions related to the topic which was replied by the Advisor to their satisfaction.
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