AMK hails KU’s Certificate Course in Kashmiri 

November 7, 2012

Adbee Markaz Kamraz (AMK)   hails the decision of Directorate of Distance Education, The University of Kashmir to introduce six months Certificate Course in Kashmiri language through distance mode. This was one of the demands and proposals of the AMK as it believes that alongwith creating literature, the need is to introduce Kashmiri as evaluative academic subject at school, college and university levels. The course is of just six months duration and fee is also nominal.

Besides the students, the distance mode Certificate Course will help working people and professionals to learn their mother tongue. It will build a foundation for popularising the Kashmiri language through comprehensive academic system at the higher education level. AMK thanks  Prof Talat Ahmad, Vice Chancellor and Prof Nelofar Khan, Director Distance Education of the University of Kashmir  who took personal interest in ensuring introduction of the said course. AMK hopes  that other steps for teaching of the language at college and post-graduation levels more efficiently shall also be taken. After introduction of Kashmiri in B Ed courses a few years back this is a major step by the University, for which it deserves appreciation.

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