Author Archives: Mohamad Zubair u-din

Kashmir: Dilemma Of Modern Day Student And Teacher’s Role

By Mohammad Zubair u-din Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which knowledge skills and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training and research. Generally it occurs through any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks feels or acts

Ten Ways To Revamp Education Sector In Kashmir

By Mohamad Zubair-u-din Teacher occupies a central position in the educational system with whom the future of  a nation is associated. The teacher has come in for a lot of debate ever since the change of guard in Jammu and Kashmir.  However, without falling in that debate here, I have attempted a few points for

Screening Test For Teachers And Looming Crisis

A screening test for teachers per se is a welcome step but the state government move has some inherent contradictions. In the first place, at least 70, 000 Rehbar-e-Taleem (ReT) teachers have been confirmed till date as per the prevailing procedure and they have completed many years of their services as confirmed teachers in the

‘Dream, Never Give Up’

Burhan was pondering over the words said to him by an elderly person he met the other day while returning from his school. His words, “Dream and never give up”, sent Burhan into deep mystical reflection. He murmured, “I will fly far off in the distant lands to explore the diverse colours. I will try

July 13, 1931: Whose Martyrs By The Way!

BY Mohamad Zubair-u-din There is an interesting thing about the martyrs of July 13, 1931: both the anti- and pro-India leaders in Kashmir lionize them as men of their tribe. The pro-India leaders offer floral tributes at their graves inside the shrine of Khwaja Naqshband Sahib Shrine in Srinagar every year on this day, acknowledging their contribution