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Mohd Hassan Pasha Called upon Priya Sethi, Hon’ble Minister

Mohd Hassan Pasha Called upon Priya Sethi, Hon’ble Minister of State for Education, Technical Education, Culture, Tourism, Horticulture, Floriculture and Park J&K Gov’t.

President BJYM KARGIL (LADAKH) Mohd Hassan Pasha met with the Honorable Priya Sethi, at her Civil Secretariat office in Srinagar. Where President BJYM discussed and de-briefed about issues of District Kargil with the Honorable Minister of State.
Matters which were debriefed are as follows:
1: Filling up of the vacancies Under SSA.
There are lot of vacancies lying in the Education Department in Kargil District which should be filled at the earliest so that the unemployment Youths gets benefited. With the result the Education Department is facing lot of problems in running of the schools smoothly and the same is effecting the students who are pursuing studies.

2: JKPSC Examination Centre in Kargil
Establishment of Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) Examination Centre in Kargil for conduct of written examination to various posts of Jammu and Kashmir is urgently required, and as recently JKPSC centre has been established at Leh district but unfortunately Kargil district is still devoid of the centre.

3: IGNOU Regional Centre for Kargil
Up-Gradation of IGNOU Study Centre Kargil to IGNOU Regional Centre Kargil and Zanska, as per the survey it is found that large no of students are pursuing their course from IGNOU in Kargil is very needful and important.

4: Increase in the Number of Seats in JNV Kargil.
The number of students enrolled in JNV Kargil ( Ladakh) for 6th class is only 30, but the capacity is nearly double of that as the infrastructure is far better to accommodate more students. On the contrary in Leh District 80 students are enrolled every year despite having the same infrastructure.

In her reply, Priya Sethi considered every issue with a great and open-minded vision and was thus to help in every way possible to provide help to the region and its people, especially the youth sector. The Minister also assured us that the Govt. will try its best to resolve the above said problems at the earliest. At the end she assured the President of BJYM she will take the matter to the concerned Departments and soon the demands and issues will be resolved at any cost.