NAAC team concluded their visit at GDC Pampore, met Civil Society members

PAMPORE: A three member team of NAAC concluded their two day visit at Government Degree College Pampore on Wednesday evening.
During their two day visit which begun on Tuesday carried out a detailed assessment of various departments and facilities at GDC for granting it an appropriate grade of accreditation.
They held interactions with principal Government Degree College Pampore, staff and students.
The three member also held meetings with Idara Auqaf Islamia Trust Pampore, Fallah Behboob Committee Pampore, Civil Society members, senior citizens and parents of students enrolled in the college.
The civil Society members including Idara Auqaf Islamia Trust Pampore President Mohammad Maqbool Shah, FBC Pampore founder Mir Murwat Hussian, Pro GM Bhat, Pro Bashir Ahmad Mir, Pro Manzoor Ahmad Bhat, Abdul Rehman Ganaie, Mohammad Afzal Bhat, Mukhtar Ahmad Tantray, Azmat Ali, Mohammad Amin Bhat, Gujjar Community Choudhary Mohammad Yaseen Poswal, Mohammad Altaf Reshi, John Mohammad, Irfan Ahsan Ahsani, Gowhar Amaan and other members.
The NAAC Peer team was headed by its chairman Professor Dr. Vibhash Chandra and included Professor Harsha Patadia Co Cordinator NAAC Peer team and Dr. Indrjeet Dagar Member NAAC Peer Team.
The team arrived in the college at on 23 August and was warmly welcomed by the Principal, faculty and students of the college.
Principal Government Degree College Pampore Prof Nighat Nasreen, Professor Shah Lateef, Dr Mohammad Iqbal and other members of the college were present on the occasion.
Dr Mohammad Iqbal told Kashmir Reader that they checked all components.
He told that they inspected laboratories, library, campus ground and academic block.
He added that they held interactions with various HODs and girl students.
The professor also told that they assessed transport facilities for the students and enquired syallbus completion.
The civil society members pleaded before them for introducing new subjects at the college for which students have to travel to Pulwama and Srinagar.
They were replied that the matter will be put up with the government and that they will recommend introduction of new subjects at the college.

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