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SRINAGAR: B.Ed students of private colleges of the batch 2015-17, aspiring to take admission in further courses haven't received their marks sheet yet in 2019, despite their results being declared some two to three months before in 2018. Number of students are deprived of getting admission for further courses in different institutes as the authorities require student to submit their original documents at the time of registration.

The results for the B.ed course of 2015-17 were declared in 2018 in the month November but the marks sheets are yet to be received by students. B.Ed student of the batch 2015-17 said, " I had registered for B.Ed course in the year 2015 and last year in 2018, our result was declared, but till date our marks sheet had not reached to the college office." "I am aspiring to take admission in Delhi institute and for registration I require marks sheet, which is yet to be received, it seems as if I had not compeleted my degree, despite qualifying the exams. " he added.

Sana Bashir, a student said, "It's unfortunate that the university is unable to send marksheet even after the results being declared some two to three months before. Due to this we are loosing our precious time and chances for admission in further courses." One more Student, Manoj said, "I had applied for teaching post in one of the schools in Jammu, but I am not able to submit my qualification certificate, due to which I am not able to join there."

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HANDWARA: Inhabitants of Kukroosa village sub division of Vilgam North Kashmir's Kupwara district, aghast over PHE officials failing to stop illegal water connections. As per the local residents, PHE officials take money from Illegal water connections and are not paying any attention to remove the hocking of water connections from Kukroosa village.

Mohd Shafi, a local resident said, "The PHE department registered only 44 water connections, while near about 400 inhabitants residing in the village are using illegal water connections. Officials take Rs 200 per connection in our village." "Due to illegal connections given to some vested interested persons by the officials of the PHE Department particularly from the main gravities have worsen the situation." he added. When Kashmir News Bureau contacted Executive Engineer PHE Handwara he said, "I have deputed a team of AEE/JE to start investigation immediately as soon as possible."

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SRINAGAR: State Administrative Council (SAC) approved establishment of forty new Government Degree Colleges to be set during 2019-20 and 2020-21 across Jammu and Kashmir in a phased manner, at a meeting which was held on 14 Jan chaired by the Governor of the state Satya Pal Malik,  but already established colleges approved by state Government lacks basic facilities like infrastructure, washrooms, classrooms and as many as 20 colleges are yet to be completed.

Model Women’s college Kupwara,Degree College Hadipora Rafiabad, Degree College Bagi Dilawar Khan are such examples of colleges which still lacks basic facilities. Government Degree College for women in Kupwara which was established under the central sponsored scheme–Establishment of Model Degree Colleges in Educationally Backward Districts in the year 2013 but till date not a single building is completed and the college is functioning in a middle school building in Sulkoot.

While talking to KNB a professor wishing anonymity said, “Due to lack of infrastructure we are forced to teach our students in lawns under the open sky. During examinations we have keep the middle school off to ensure the room accommodation for the students. “We approached DC kupwara, Former Secretary Asghar Samoon , present secretary education Sarita chauhan, they assured for the completion of construction but the work is going on the snails pace. The delegation from the UGC and director college also recommend for the completion of work on war bases.” he further said.

Like wise, J&K government degree college sanctioned for Rafiabad constituency in Baramulla district some years before and till now Government has failed to set up it’s foundation. One more college established some seven years ago, Government Degree College (GDC) Bagh-i-Dilawar Khan is functioning from four hired rooms of MP higher secondary school (HSS).

Talking about the establishment of Forty new colleges for state, some local students of the said colleges told, “Government has failed in setting up of already established colleges, we are facing so many problems due to lack of basic facilities, from almost two to three years we are studying in hired rooms of middle schools, high schools.” “we want Government to focus on our colleges which have been established some seven to nine years ago.”

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