Tuesday, April 23
University of Ladakh

UoL approved as Nodal Centre of ISRO START programme


LEH: University of Ladakh has been approved as a Nodal Centre of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Space Science and Technology Awareness Training (START) programme.

Now students of University of Ladakh and colleges can participate in this programme as and when announced by the ISRO. The details will be available on UoL website.

START program is aimed at post-graduate and final-year undergraduate students of physical sciences and technology. The programme covers various domains of space science, including Astronomy and Astrophysics, Heliophysics and Sun-Earth interaction, Instrumentation, and Aeronomy.

The University of Ladakh was established in 2019 and is the only trans-Himalayan Institute of higher learning and research. The University has its headquarters both in Leh and Kargil. The University has Campuses in both Leh and Kargil and has six-degree colleges as constituent colleges.

The University is offering core and applied academic programs. The University also offers courses and research programs specific to Himalayan, trans -Himalayan and South and Central Asian regions not ordinarily available in other universities in the country.

The University is catering the students passing out from various schools and colleges spread over more than fifty thousand square kilometres of the vast Ladakh region. University of Ladakh started its first academic program from 2020 with ten (10) Master Degree Programs in both Campuses.

Leave a reply