1. Education system back on track in JK: Education minister
Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today said the government had succeeded in getting the decrepit education system back on track despite odds and challenges.
2. JK Govt to maintain prescribed standards in 4400 institutions
Describing the health as a key sector concerning people’s wellbeing, Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat today said the government’s focus is to provide prescribed patient care in each category of state’s 4400 health institutions.
3. Govt to hold remedial classes for students affected by Pak shelling
Government today said remedial classes would be held for students of schools which have remained closed for nearly a week due to ceasefire violations by Pakistan, once the situation along the IB and LoC normalises in the State.
4. NHM Employees suspend strike
The employees of National Health Mission (NHM) have suspended their 35-day long strike after Health Minister Bali Bhagat assured them to fulfill their genuine and long pending demands.
5. Medical reports to go online, hospital staff to be trained: SKIMS Director
Appointment with a doctor at S K Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) will just be a phone call away while patients can have access to their medical reports online as the institute will go fully digital.
6. Judicial Officer allegedly involved in rape case surrenders
Rajesh Kumar Abrol Judicial Officer (now suspended) allegedly involved in rape case, today surrendered before Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Jammu.
7. 11528 farmers to be affected due to Ring Roads
A total of 11528 farmers will be affected due to construction of Semi Ring Roads around Jammu and Srinagar cities.
8. JK govt ropes in Trinity to design health insurance policy
Government today roped in Trinity Re-insurance to design health insurance policy for 6 lakh Government employees and pensioners of the State.