KASPUN 3.0: Deciphering NEP 2020 With the Best Brains of the Nation
CT University in collaboration with the University of Kashmir organized a National Conference KASPUN 3.0. This joint initiative between Kashmir and Punjab was organized to celebrate India’s G20 presidency and to decode NEP 2020.
The conference witnessed an overwhelming response from distinguished speakers, eminent academicians, researchers, and students from across the country. They discussed their current research and cutting-edge technologies in their respective fields. The conference provided an opportunity for the participants to network, share their ideas and perspectives. It concluded with a consensus to work together to create a more sustainable future. Their valuable insights and ideas contributed to the conference’s success and made it a very valuable learning experience for all.
The chief guests at the event were Prof. Nilofer Khan, Honourable Vice Chancellor of the University of Kashmir, and S. Charanjit Singh Channi, Honourable Chancellor of CT University. The guests of honor were Dr. Tassaduq Hussain, Director of School Education Kashmir, Dr. Nisar Ahmad Mir, Registrar, University of Kashmir, Prof. Farooq A. Masoodi, Dean Academic Affairs, University of Kashmir, Prof. Iqbal Ahmad Hakim, Head DMS, University of Kashmir, and Mohmad Ayub Shah, Coordinator Workshop, University of Kashmir
At the conference experts and scholars deliberated and discussed insightful ideas. Apart from that, the conference was a platform to honor and felicitate more than 300 teachers and principals, and more than 1500 students. This was for their outstanding contributions to academics.
Chancellor of CT University, Mr. Charanjit Singh Channi, said his university aims to create a strong bond with the University of Kashmir. This is to collaborate in teaching and research. He also highlighted CT University’s association with the University of Kashmir dating back to 2008. He said that both universities have a shared passion for the pursuit of knowledge and mutual understanding. He also expressed his hope for the collaboration to lead to better educational outcomes for the students of both universities.
Dr. Manbir Singh, Pro-Chancellor of CT University stated that the conference was an opportunity to bring together the finest minds from all over the region to discuss the challenges facing the world today. The event was also a testament to India’s commitment to youth engagement and creating a more inclusive future.