CUK holds workshop for outsourced staff

SRINAGAR: The Centre for Capacity Development of Administrative Staff of the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) started a two-day workshop for outsourced staff of the varsity to sensitise them about the different departments of the varsity.

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Srinagar, February 11

The Centre for Capacity Development of Administrative Staff of the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) started a two-day workshop for outsourced staff of the varsity to sensitise them about the different departments of the varsity.

Vice Chancellor Prof Mehraj Ud Din Mir asked the participants to hone their skills during the workshop and gain knowledge from the views of the experts, who will deliver lectures on diverse topics related to the university working.

The VC asked the trainees “to concentrate with utmost dedication, commitment, honesty and ensure punctuality so that the university could become a higher educational institution par excellence in the state.”

“These attributes should become a hallmark of your work in the university and you should continue to improve upon these,” the VC said, adding that the institute was seized of the issues confronting the outsourced employees and was taking a slew of measures to redress them. — TNS

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