For the primary time, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Kashmir College and the Military’s 15 Corps for offering admission to servicemen serving in Kashmir in distance training programs.
The Military has termed the signing of the MoU as a historic day which is able to assist set up a long-term relationship for the availability of distance training programs for troopers presently serving in Kashmir.
“As envisaged within the MoU, Indian Military troopers posted in Kashmir will have the ability to take admission in numerous programs provided by the Directorate of Distance Schooling, College of Kashmir,” Military Public Relations Officer Colonel Imron Mousavi mentioned. He mentioned that from six months certificates programs to 1 yr diploma programs and two years submit graduate programs are being supplied to the military personnel. “At current, a complete of 18 programs can be found for the enrollment of Military personnel, which might be prolonged within the coming time,” he mentioned.
On this event, Vice Chancellor of Kashmir College, Professor Talat Ahmed mentioned that the MoU will profit the troopers posted in Kashmir. Military’s 15 Corps Commander Lt Gen DP Pandey termed it as an achievement within the area of training after signing the MoU, which is able to allow the troopers of Chinar Corps to carry out their duties in a difficult atmosphere.
Among the programs which were coated embody Arithmetic, Schooling in English, Urdu and Laptop Purposes and Put up Graduate Diploma programs, Net Designing, Cyber Legislation and Tourism Administration.
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