NATIONAL SEMINAR ON Role of Universities in Social Transformation
About the Organizer:
The University of Jammu and Kashmir was founded in the year 1948. In the year 1969, it was bifurcated into two full-fledged Universities: University of Kashmir at Srinagar and the University of Jammu at Jammu.
Over the Years University of Kashmir has expanded substantially. It has established Satellite Campuses at Anantnag (South Campus) and Baramulla (North Campus) and three more Satellite Campuses at Kupwara, Kargil and Leh are being established to make higher education more accessible to people living in remote areas of Kashmir valley. The University has also established a Sub-Office at Jammu to cater to the needs of the candidates enrolled with the University from outside Kashmir.
About the Seminar:
Universities have frequently been regarded as key institutions in processes of social change and development. The most explicit role they have been allocated is the production of highly skilled labor and research output to meet perceived socioeconomic needs.
The overarching aim of this seminar is to increase understanding of the various ways in which universities and other higher education institutions generate, contribute or inhibit social, economic and political change.
Call For Abstracts/Papers
Abstracts are invited on identified themes of the seminar (not exceeding 300 words) in MS Word font 12 (Times New Horizon) single spacing and should be sent to Seminar Convenor through:
The registration fee should be sent through demand draft in favor of Convenor – National Seminar on “Role of Universities in Social Transformation‟ payable at Srinagar.
The request for registration may please be filled in the prescribed registration form and addressed in the enclosed form and sent to:
Prof. Aneesa Shafi – Convenor of the Seminar National Seminar on “Role of Universities in Social Transformation‟ University of Kashmir, Hazratbal, Srinagar, Jammu, and Kashmir, India-190006.
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