Ganderbal: Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Vice Chancellor, Prof. A. Ravinder Nath Thursday inaugurated the three-day workshop for the administrative staff of the university in the blended mode (offline and online mode).
Addressing the gathering, Vice Chancellor, Prof. A. Ravinder Nath, said the primary objective of organising the training workshops for the administrative staff is to update their knowledge so that they could work effectively and efficiently.
CUK VC further said that deliberations during such programmes also add to the knowledge of the individuals who can later percolate the same to others. Prof. A. Ravinder Nath said the capacity building of the staff will be helpful in speedy disposal of the administrative affairs.
During the workshop, expert, Ram Prakash Sejwal, recognized trainer/ Ex-Director and IT advisor at Mahendra Group will talk about Preventive Vigilance & Strategic Financial Management, Public Procurement, E-Procurement, Government E-Marketplace (GeM), Establishment Rules & General Administration Matters of Government Departments Autonomous Bodies & PSUs and Roster Writing and Reservation in Services Govt. Policy for SCs, STs, OBCs and Physically Handicapped.
In his presentation about preventive vigilance, Ram Prakash Sejwal, highlighted the role of watchdog organisations of the Government of India, which are working round the clock to check the menace of corruption. He asked the employees to ensure that the university is free from any malpractice.
OSD, CCDAS, Dr. Sakina Akhter, who conducted the programme proceedings, said that during the workshop, the expert will discuss important things about procurements, GeM, and other administrative matters and will simultaneously interact with the participants to clarify their concepts about the same.
Photography competition held
Department of Convergent Journalism (DCJ), School of Media Studies, Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Thursday organised a photography competition under the theme “Our Planet: Our Environment and Our campus” Mass Mobilization On Mission Life” at Tulmulla campus here.
Speaking on the occasion, Dean Academic Affairs, Prof. Shahid Rasool congratulated the department for organising the photo competition and called for collective and sustained efforts to protect and preserve the environment.
“Protecting the fragile environment and ecosystem is not only the responsibility of the government agencies, but needs contributions from individuals, families and communities’ ‘, he said. He encouraged the students to participate in the photography competition under the theme “Life and Environment” and said that it is open to students of all the departments.
Head DCJ, Dr. Arif Nazir hailed the efforts of the institution for organising a series of events and expresses his gratitude for such an initiative concerning climate risk, biodiversity and pollution.
Dean DSW and Finance Officer, Dr. Mehraj Ud Din Shah, said that rampant use of plastic is dangerous to the environment and it should be controlled by taking measures to curb its use”.
Faculty members, research scholars and students were present on the occasion.