Jammu Province

Business School, Bhaderwah Campus organises Industrial visit

Business School, Bhaderwah Campus organises Industrial visit

Newspoint Bureau Bhaderwah, June 23 The Business School, Bhaderwah Campus organized an Industrial visit for the students of BBA and B.Com (Hons.). During the visit the students visited three industrial units Dinkum Foods, R.B. Cemented Works and Dairy Milk Ice Cream located at Industrial Estate Dandi Bhaderwah to get first hand appraisal of the working

ICCR launches the Hindi bi-monthly of ICCR ‘Ganganchal’

Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, June 23 Balwant Thakur the Regional Director of Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India launched the Hindi bi-monthly of ICCR ‘Ganganchal’ here today at ICCR headquarters in Jammu. Aimed at promoting Hindi globally, ‘Ganganchal’ features articles on the rich cultural heritage of India and

ABVP organising Personality Development Camp

Jammu Tawi, June 23 Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has organised three days Personality Development camps at several locations included Gandhi Nagar, Raipur Domana and Parade areas. Students from 9th to 12th standard took part in the three day camp. Professors Officers and personalities from various fields are guiding, motivating and sharing their experiences with

10 day refresher course begins for CD wardens

Newspoint Bureau Samba, June 23 The ten days refresher course for Civil Defence (CD) wardens has been started at Sports Stadium Ground component land Samba. In the opening session 42 wardens including chief warden, Deputy Chief Warden, Post wardens, Deputy Post wardens and Sector wardens attended the training camp. During the training session an introduction

Free medical camp organised at Keri

Rajouri, June 23 Army organised a Medical camp at Keri, today to provide quality medical support to the villagers of Rajouri district. A joint team of seven doctors from Army as well as civil administration conducted the Medical Camp. People from adjoining areas also turned up in large numbers for receiving medical treatment. Free medicines

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