‘Desks donated to adopted school’
Continuing his efforts to develop Government High School, Pull Tawi which he had adopted, State Vice President BJP Yudhvir Sethi donated fifty desks to the institution and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dreams are being realised wherein special focus is being laid on education of girl students and schemes like Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Antyodaya Yojana (DAY) are empowering women to become self-reliant.
Earlier, the school students were provided uniforms, classrooms were whitewashed, swings installed for children, water cooler donated and cleanliness drive launched in the institution to make it a model school. Speaking on the occasion, Yudhvir Sethi said that a clean and green school with all necessary infrastructures will boost the confidence of students and help them gain self respect. With that aim, this institution is being nurtured.
Asking students to work hard, Yudhvir Sethi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to create an army of skilled workforce which will cater to world. His projects like Make in India, e-Governance, self attestation and Shramev Jayate are all aimed at making our country strong. India, according to him must be a key player in providing skilled workforce to the world.
Government institutes are having best human resource talent and students are taught under able guidance of trained teachers, he said adding “It is proud privilege to adopt the school and contribute in developing it into one of the best centres of education in the region”. He said that work on construction of two new classrooms in the premises will also start soon.
The BJP Vice President said coalition government very recently accorded sanction to the extension of teaching of regional languages in all Government and Private (recognized) Schools of the State as compulsory 6th subject in areas where such languages are spoken as mother tongue. This is another feather in the cap and will help children learn more languages, communicate well and also look for employment in various fields.
BJP District President Jammu Baldev Singh Billawaria in his address appreciated the artwork of school children and said that we must lay emphasis on Swadeshi products and in coming festivals like Rakhi and Diwali buy products made by our artisans. He said that coalition government in the state too intends to encourage handicrafts so that craftworks of regions get a fillip.
Earlier the school students presented cultural programme including skits, dance items and other items. The school girls also tied Rakshis on the hands of visiting dignitaries. The Rakhis were beautifully crafted by the children themselves using colourful threads and art paper besides beads. Head of the institution presented details about various achievement and activities of the school.Among who were present on the occasion were, Joginder Kumar Sudan C.E.O Jammu,, Z .E.O Gonghi Nagar Mussarat Jabeen,, Sunita Gupta, prinicipal of the school , vinay gupta Sudhir Anand,Anil Masoom, , ,Bittu,Prinesh Mahajan ,Arun Sethi, Sunny Sehgal, Kamlesh Sharma.