Transforming J&K: 25000 new seats added with the launch of 50 new colleges across J&K
Srinagar, April 15: With a view to transforming the education and infrastructure ecosystem in Jammu and Kashmir, one major increase in education capacity over 70 years was made possible by the addition of 25,000 new seats in 50 new colleges in just one year.
The current administration under Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha forms one of the best higher education infrastructure in the country.
“Two colleges of architecture and One engineering colleges were also established. IIT and IIM were established during the recording, ”say official documents.
Government is introducing reforms to the education system by closing the gaps and opening up opportunities for young people.
Government focuses on value-based education; creating an environment for individual growth without scientific and technical knowledge.
“We are working to create a perfect balance between students and teachers to shape the minds of young people through a value-based information system,” said a school education official.
Speaking at the launch of the book “Analysis of Accreditation Reports of Union Territories-Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh,” by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) during an event organized by the NAAC in collaboration with Central University of Kashmir (CUK), Lieutenant Governor. (LG), Manoj Sinha said Universities and Colleges have great potential and small curriculum changes could have a significant impact on the social and economic environment.
The Lieutenant Governor noted that the world is moving towards an era that will be dominated by a knowledge economy, our main asset will be the human economy, a combination of talent, skill, and creativity.
“Our biggest and strongest asset should be the human resource, the combination of talents, talent, and creativity,” Manoj Sinha said. “The UT government is constantly updating the education system with new tools to produce the necessary skills.”
The education sector at UT is being adapted to meet the needs of a rapidly changing education system and market volatility. Curriculum changes at University and Colleges can have a significant impact on J & K’s social and economic environment.
The official said efforts were underway to improve courses at Universities and Colleges in order to create a conducive environment for learning and innovation with the aim of equipping every student with technical and social skills to develop business thinking. Highlighting the need to introduce new reforms to meet the needs of a rapidly changing education system and market fluctuations, Lieutenant Governor said, “Universities and Colleges have great potential and small changes in the curriculum can have a profound impact on the socio-economic environment”.
With the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) -2020, more than 2,500 kindergartens were established and another 2000 are being established under the Capex Budget. 80,000 students have already enrolled in pre-primary classes at 9000 public primary schools. According to the Department of Education, 9643 public schools from six to eight classrooms were designed with high schools and high schools connected with high schools to provide basic skills in the vocational courses taught in 803 work labs. Each teacher will teach 10 lower class students under the Student-Teacher Mentorship program presented at J&K with a focus on Foundation and Numerical Literacy. (GNS)