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March 2nd, 2007
Around 20 per cent post graduate seats in the University of Kashmir (Indian administered Kashmir) could be reserved for students from Pakistan administered Kashmir, if the government agrees to, Vice Chancellor of the Varsity, Professor Abdul Wahid Qureshi said.
The University also hopes to add new courses like Degree in Information Technology, Nanotechnology and Wildlife management in the near future.
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