"The situation at the university is peaceful and normal. The university will continue to function and conduct academic activities. We would like to help every student to continue their academic goals," Kumar told the reporters.
The objective of the MoU is to provide an exposure to the youth from Jammu and Kashmir to the academic culture at the higher learning institutes of the country.
Sanjay Shamrao, Minister of the State for HRD, said: "The newly created platform will provide all school-related information at one place. This will help students, parents and other stakeholders in ensuring all-round development of the child.
The Department has also asked CBSE to monitor whether the guidelines issued by the State as well as CBSE for reduction of load of school bags and use of NCERT prescribed books are being scrupulously followed by these schools.
Under Smriti Irani, the education sector has progressed towards a definitive and planned framework which is benefitting the youth of the nation, remarkably.
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