SRINAGAR: The Department of Students Welfare (DSW), Central University of Kashmir (CUK) in collaboration with PACE Academy organised an orientation for the aspirants of various competitive examinations at Nowgam-I campus of the university.
The inaugural session was chaired by Vice-Chancellor, Prof Mehraj ud Din, while noted columnist Zahid G Muhammad was the special guest on the occasion.
Dean Students Welfare, Prof Fayaz Ahmad Nika expressed optimism about the success of the programme in view of the capabilities of the participants and the expertise of the resource person Prof Tariq Ahmad Khan, from Jamia Millia Islamia. He also said that our youth are highly talented but need proper direction and counselling in pursuit of their careers, read an official handout.
Inaugurating the training programme, the vice-chancellor advised the participants to be focused on their studies and to cultivate perseverance to pursue the subject with determination, dedication, zest and zeal. Revealing his experience as an academician, the vice-chancellor said that “an average student can even crack the examination if he or she remains focused on the subject of his or her greater choice”.
Zahid G Muhammad advised the participants to be careful in choice of subjects and to stay focused for a guaranteed success.
A training session conducted by Prof Tariq Ahmad Khan, professor of History and expert trainer, was also held in which about one hundred participants were present. Prof Khan advocated for a holistic approach rather than fragmented one for passing the multi-tier examination. He also appreciated the PACE academy and Central University of Kashmir for working to show the roadmap to the students to prepare the competitive examination.