STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: SKUAST-Teaching Association Jammu (SKUAST-TAJ) accorded a warm farewell to outgoing Vice Chancellor, Dr P K Sharma on completion of his term. Vice Chancellor SKUAST-J, Dr K.S Risam, while appreciating Dr Sharma’s contributions in academics, research and infrastructure development, wished him a very healthy and prosperous life. President Teaching Association, Dr Vikas Sharma informed that establishment of Baba Jitto Auditorium, KVK Samba, Placement Cell, Sankalap Boys Hostel, faculty of Basic Sciences, Trikuta Guest House, Examination Hall Complex, Seed Testing Laboratory, Technology Park, Shopping Complex, Lecture Theatres, Vice Chancellor’s residence are some of the outstanding achievements of Prof P K Sharma. He further informed that during his tenure, SKUAST-J secured 15th position amongst 73 Agricultural Universities including SAUs, State Veterinary Universities and ICAR Institutes. The office bearers / advisors of teaching association comprising Dr Susheel Sharma, Dr R.K Samnotra, Dr Devinder Sharma, Dr Rajeev Sangra and Dr Anil Bhatt also wished him a happy and healthy life ahead. The proceedings of the programme were conducted by General Secretary of the Association, Dr Vivek M. Arya while formal vote of thanks was presented by Joint Secretary, Dr P.K Rai. Besides, all the Statutory Officers, HODs, faculty members, the function was attended by Dr J P Sharma (Director Research), Dr Deepak Kher (Director Planning), Dr D.P Abrol (Dean Agriculture), Dr Seh Rizvi (Dean Basic Sciences), Rajesh Talwar (Registrar) and President Non Teaching, P D K Uppal were also present on the occasion.
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