SRINAGAR: Vice-Chancellor University of Kashmir Prof Nilofer Khan on Wednesday visited Mirza Bagh Town that serves as a residential facility for the varsity’s faculty and staff.
Accompanied by officials from various units of the University, including Estates Department, Office of Chief Proctor and Construction Division, Prof Nilofer went around the town, located in the vicinity of the main campus at Hazratbal, and inspected the facilities for the inhabitants.
Saying that the University intends to further beautify the town and its ambience in due course of time, the Vice-Chancellor underlined the need to protect and restore the boundary wall of the town as per its original position.
Necessary instructions were passed to the University Construction Division and Office of Chief Proctor in this regard.
“The University has a beautification plan in the offing for the Residential Town which shall be executed at an appropriate time after taking all related aspects into consideration,” she said, adding that the University administration is fully conscious of issues and concerns related to safeguarding the township space as per its original position.
The Vice-Chancellor vowed to further take a review in regard to the instructions passed today and, alongside, directed for continued upkeep and maintenance of cleanliness in the residential town.