Jammu Tawi, December 3
To celebrate the World Disability Day 2016, the zonal level rallies were organized at Government Girls Higher Secondary School Satwari, Government Higher Secondary School Bhour Camp and Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Mandal Phallian and flagged off by Makhan Lal Sharma, Principal GHSS Satwari, Nishat Sultana, ZEO Satwari, Swaran Lata Soni, Principal, HSS Bhour Camp and Garo Devi, Principal HSS Mandal Phallian. The members of various Village Education Committees, Parents-Teachers Associations and Mothers-Teachers Associations of the zone Satwari were also joined the students’ rallies in large number.
They showed their concern for the bright future of special children and their faith in government schools. The rallies were organized under the aegis of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Zone Satwari with the active cooperation of all government HSSS, HSS and Middle and Primary Schools for awareness of civil society with regard to the problems and basic rights of the special children.
It is pertinent to mention here that near about 1300 students of various government schools were participated in these rallies with great zeal. The government schools, who took part in the rallies with full strength, included Govt. Middle School Narwal Pain, Govt. Model Middle School Satwari, Govt. High School Jammu Cantt. Govt. Primary School Narwal Pain, Govt. Primary School Beli Charana, Govt. Primary School Bashir Gujjar Basti Beli Charana, Govt. Primary School Gujjar Basti Karnailay Chak, Govt. High School Sohanjana, Govt. High School Sher Garh, Govt. High School Lachhman Pura, Govt. High School Sure Chak, Govt. Middle School Sohanjana and others.
The masters, teachers and Rehbar-e-Taleem teachers of all schools of zone Satwari were also participated in these rallies. The students rallies was an effort by the students, teachers and community members to increase the standard of education, enrolment of Children particularly the Children with Special Needs in educational institutions run by the state government and dignity and equality of CWSNs.