STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: A delegation of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology- Teaching Association Jammu (SKUAST-TAJ) led by its President Dr Vikas Sharma called on Lieutenant Governor of and apprised him of the various issues concerned with the welfare of teaching fraternity and overall development of varsity. Vikas talked about much required additional faculties and division (Faculty of Horticulture, Faculty of Dairy Technology and Division of Seed Science & Technology) as these colleges are the need of the hour and their opening should be allowed for the benefit of the University as well as Jammu region. He informed the Lt Governor that despite of approval in University Council in its 17th meeting, assented by the Chancellor, the university administration till date not granted benefit of CAS of Research Assistants / Technical Assistants reasons best known to them. Rechristening of SKUAST-J as Jammu Agricultural University, removal of adhocism on statutory positions of the university as per rules, filling up of all vacant teaching / non teaching positions, CAS of Programme Assistants were the major demands put forth by the association before the Lieutenant Governor The Chancellor assured necessary support to varsity. Advisor Dr R.K Samnotra, Adviser Dr Susheel Sharma, General Secretary Dr Vivek Arya, Joint Secretary Dr P.K Rai and Dr Anil Bhatt were also present.
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