MAHENDERGARH, 05.08.22-The state of Jammu and Kashmir has been an integral part of India and after the abolition of Article 370 and 35A in the year 2019, it was absorbed in the political and administrative unity of the country. This change in the constitutional nature of Jammu-Kashmir and Ladakh has been very decisive and on the completion of its three years it becomes necessary that the consequences of this change should be discussed. This view was shared by the Vice Chancellor of Central University of Haryana (CUH), Mahendergarh, Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar while releasing the brochure of a national seminar on ‘Understanding Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh Article 370 and After’ on Friday. The program is going to be held at the University from 31 October to 2 November. This seminar is of aim to provide a platform to the researchers and social scientists to develop a better understanding of both the UTs in a multidimensional way including their strategic significance in International politics.

Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar said that the way the long-standing discriminatory status for the state and the people of Jammu-Kashmir and Ladakh has come to an end due to Article 370 and 35A is highly commendable. He said that three years have been completed since this historic decision of the Government of India, the changed circumstances there are being felt across the country. Linking this remarkable change related to Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh with the unity of India, the Vice Chancellor said that surely this step of the Government led by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is a decisive step not only in the history of Jammu and Kashmir but the whole of India.
The two-day national seminar, organized by the Department of Political Science, Central University of Haryana, will focus on the changed situation in Jammu-Kashmir and Ladakh in the last three years after the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A. Regarding this conference, Associate Professor of the department, Dr. Shantesh Kumar Singh and Assistant Professor Dr. Rajeev Kumar Singh told that in this seminar, the deliberations will be held on the status of literacy in Jammu and Kashmir which is related to the geographical conditions, the development of art, modern politics and human security. The last date for submission of research papers for the event is October 20. On the occasion of releasing the brochure to this event going to be held in the month of October by the University Vice-Chancellor, Registrar Prof. Sunil Kumar; Associate Professor Dr. Manoj Kumar; Assistant Professor Dr. Manish Kumar; Nishan Singh; students and research scholars of Department of Political Science were also present.