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Inter-College Debate at S P College
Adapt E-Communication appropriately for prosperity of State: Lone
SRINAGAR, July 3: Minister for Higher Education, Mohammad Akbar Lone today stressed upon the students to adapt and use the E-Communication system in appropriate manner and take maximum benefit from it without wasting precious time superfluously besides spare time for human values and relations.

The Minister was addressing in an Inter-College Debate on the topic “E-communication has actually divided family ties” held at Sri Pratab College here today.

The Minister said that Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah is very much keen for the upliftment and upgradation of the education scenario of the State which is ingredient for producing better society and prosper State.

Lone emphasized upon the faculty members of the college to deliver their best to the students and exploit talent and experience by adapting modern teaching techniques and methods so that hidden talent of students is given appropriate platform to exhibit their potential.

The Minister said it is the need of hour to use and practice modern technology but we all must inculcate our heritage and traditional modes of living and share time physically with friends, relatives and family to make ties of these relations stronger. He said nobody can neglect or oversight the importance of E-Communication in present era but it should be used in positive manner which plays pivotal role for the prosperous society

Lone lauded the contribution of the S.P. College in providing galaxy of luminaries to the State and said that the college along some other prestigious colleges of the State would be preserved as heritage assets. He appreciated the college authorities for organizing such events on suitable topic besides praised the students participating in the debate.

News Updated at : Thursday, July 4, 2013
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