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ADC Jammu interact with SKUAST-J students

NAHEP-IDP SKUAST Jammu and Counselling and Placement Cell organized a lecture on guidance
for civil services. On this occasion, Harvinder Singh, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Jammu
interacted with the students and shared his experiences about preparation for civil service
examination. He discussed the various elements of the civil services exam with the students and
emphasized that consistency in preparation, clarity, and confidence are essential for success.
While recommending various preparation tools, he emphasized the value of offline and internet
materials and placed special focus on reading magazines and newspapers like Vision IAS, Indian
Express, and Economic Times, among others. In addition, he also recommended books for
general studies papers. After the lecture there was a healthy interaction in which ADC Jammu
answered the queries of students about civil services exam. The lecture was attended by more
than sixty students from different faculties. The motivational speaker series is a part of the
expert lecture initiative of the Counselling and Placement Cell & NAHEP-IDP SKUAST Jammu,
under the guidance of Prof. J.P. Sharma, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor as a part of which civil officers
(IAS, IPS and KAS), military officers, and people from academia and civil society share their
experiences with students. The lecture was convened by Prof. Sanjay Guleria, Incharge
Counselling and Placement Cell. Dr. Rakesh Nanda, Director Education, Dr. B.C. Sharma, Prof. &
Head and PI NAHEP-IDP SKUAST Jammu, Dr. Sanjay Khajuria, Inharge, KVK Samba and other
faculty members also attended the lecture. Ms. Sanveet Kour, Young Professional provided the
technical support.

SKUAST-Jammu Campus is COVID-19 free campus

Prof. J. P. Sharma, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, SKUAST-Jammu and SKUAST-Kashmir today visited all the Faculties of Chatha Campus and took stock of the various essential and research activities undergoing during COVID time following all SOPs. Prof. Sharma with great satisfaction also shared that SKUAST-Jammu campus is now free of COVID-19 with Zero cases. Some of the positive cases reported earlier were completely turned negative with the interventions of medical team. Prof. Sharma informed that SKUAST-Jammu assures preservation of academic life despite the pandemic. The authorities assure adoption of precautionary measures in the campus by safety of entire fraternity of SKUAST-Jammu. Prof. Sharma reiterated that camps organised for Rapid Antigen Test with the help of UT Administration has helped early identification of positive cases in the University and timely provision of quarantine facilities within the campus builds confidence and sense of positivity among the scientists and staff. He acknowledged the support of university as well as state authorities for managing the pandemic period effectively. Prof, Sharma congratulates all the employees of SKUAST-Jammu especially those engaged in essential services for delivering uninterrupted services and support during the tough time. He appreciated the dedication and efforts of teaching fraternity for continuing academic programmes using virtual platform and research activities under projects and students degree programmes. Prof. Sharma in his speech also mentioned the useful work carried out by Krishi Vigyan Kendras in conducting Frontline demonstrations on farmers fields following all the SoPs and for organising farmers events using Information and Communication (ICT) tools.