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SKUAST-Jammu holds 24th academic council meeting
12/5/2023 10:02:38 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 5: The Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology-Jammu (SKUAST-Jammu) convened its twenty-fourth Academic Council meeting, chaired by Vice Chancellor Prof. B. N. Tripathi. The meeting, held today, saw extensive discussions on various agenda items, resulting in the approval of 32 items by the Academic Committee.
Agenda items covered crucial aspects such as the upcoming VIIIth Convocation of SKUAST-Jammu, the award of Certificates of Merit & Gold Medals during the convocation, institutionalization of Gold Medals in PG programs, implementation of Higher Education Opportunities for Private Sector/Agricultural Industry Employees, inclusion of Experiential Learning Course on Skill Development in Natural Farming, and the institution of B.Sc. (Hons.) Natural Farming. Additionally, discussions also covered admissions to M.Sc. (Agri.) Molecular Biology and Biotechnology under the DBT-PG Program.
Vice Chancellor Prof. B. N. Tripathi emphasized the importance of regularly conducting Academic Council meetings to frame and modify rules, contributing to the continuous improvement of education quality. He urged the need for accelerated progress to address new challenges related to academic excellence and highlighted the significance of practical-oriented teaching methodologies.
The Vice Chancellor stressed the importance of students as the ultimate products of the institution, emphasizing the need for them to possess high-quality attributes. He called for a revamp of teaching methodologies to be more practical-oriented, fostering the development of competencies that contribute to the university's improved ranking. Acknowledging the strength of the faculty, he urged collective efforts towards global outreach.
Prof S. K. Gupta, Registrar, and Member Secretary of the Academic Council presented the agenda of the meeting, and Dr. Bharat Bhushan, Joint Registrar (Academic), served as the rapporteur. The meeting concluded with a presentation of the vote of thanks by Dr. Bharat Bhushan, expressing gratitude to all participants.
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