In the higher education sector J&K administration is trying to enhance the scope in line with national education policy.
Recently Lt Governor Manoj Sinha released the Dogri Translation of the Indian Constitution, done by Prof Archana Kesar and her team of Dogri writers and translators.
Many speakers spoke at length about the traditional Upanishadic System of learning of India which produced great minds and spiritual leaders who understood the essential role of education which was to anchor the individual in his own sense of self which further led to excellence. He also stressed on transdisciplinary learning and collaborative projects. Citing the example of great scientists, he underlined the importance of social utility of knowledge and how practical experience also plays an important role in the growth of education and knowledge.
The Vice Chancellor of Jammu University in a recent function gave an overview of the strides taken by the University since its inception in 1969. He also spelled out broad contours of academic activities strategized for the years to come, keeping in view the emerging trends in the field of education.
The Vice Chancellor also thanked the present and former faculty, people from the civil Society and all other stakeholders of the University for their contribution in making this University the best seat of higher learning in this part of the country.