Central University of Kashmir starts taking steps to increase the number of students admitted
Vice-Chancellor Professor A. Ravinder Nath announced on Tuesday that the Central University of Kashmir has improved the number of students admitted by implementing a number of initiatives, including waiving tuition for deserving and needy applicants.
"We will be providing a 100 per cent tuition fee waiver to 10 per cent of students based on merit and financial need of the students in the post-graduate courses; another 10 per cent of students will get a 50 per cent waiver while another 10 per cent will get 25 per cent waiver," Nath told reporters here.
The vice chancellor declared that the curriculum has been created in accordance with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and that the institution will enter into Memorandums of Understanding with businesses around the nation to allow students to participate in internship programs.
According to Nath, the university will implement a credit-based system that will allow students to transfer credits to other partner institutions in order to broaden their educational experience abroad.
"We have signed a MoU with a Malaysian university while MoUs with more universities are coming up in several countries," he added.
- Central University of Kashmir
- Vice-Chancellor Professor A. Ravinder Nath
- National Education Policy (NEP)