Kashmir: St​udents face hardships due to curfew

Srinagar, 2 May-2014, Peerzada Mansoor: Curfew continued for 2nd consecutive day today in various parts of Kashmir Valley and has effected thousands of students.  According to sources thousands of students in Kashmir Valley have  applied for several Universities across the country and ahead, and the  last dates for their admission process has been scheduled on Monday  (5th May).

Kashmir: St​udents face hardships due to curfew

Kashmir: St​udents face hardships due to curfew

Eyewitnesses said, AKIL BHARTIYA UNIVERSITY, Azadpur Delhi provides  admission for various courses including Journalism and Fisheries but  their last date for the submission of admission forms has not  extended.  Students across the Kashmir who are aspire to take admission in Akil  Bhartiya University have appealed the Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the University to extend the last date for the submission of application  forms and keep in view continued strikes and shutdowns in Kashmir  Valley.  Students said, we visited several times to post offices to post the  admission forms but they were closed due to shutdowns and curfew.  Shafat Ahmad, a student who aspire to take admission in Akil Bhartiya  University, Azadpur Delhi, said we are facing immense hardships as our  last date has not been extended.  Shafat Ahmad also said, “I visited several times from the last two days by foot and visited Post Office Magam & Pattan Kashmir to submit my admission form but they were closed.”