Youth to aim and work progressively for the welfare of the state: Sharma
Akhnoor, April 11
Senior vice president Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee and former cabinet minister, Sham Lal Sharma today urged youth to aim and work progressively for the welfare of the state.
The former minister said this while inaugurating the free career counseling cum coaching centre for the post of constable in Police.
The centre has been started by ‘Friends For Change’ (FFC) an organisation for promotion of youth activities.
President FFC, Subash Sharma retired ADC and Iqbal Shawl chairman FFC welcomed and gave detailed account of FFC activities and objectives behind starting of centre. Rajiv Kumar social worker also participated in the inaugural ceremony.
Sham Lal Sharma urged the students to make focused efforts on their education along with healthy participation in co-curricular activities and sports. He also urged the students to remember their heritage and culture and participate in ensuring the rich traditions pass the test of time and survive. Sham Lal Sharma also gave a patient hearing to the problems and demands projected by the students and assured them that all their genuine issues will be taken up over the appropriate channels for early action. The former minister also appreciated the efforts of the host organisation for their elaborate works for the youth of the Akhnoor so that they could be trained and prepared for better academic progression and personality development. As many as more than two hundred youth (male and female) from different parts of Akhnoor registered themselves for the month long coaching to be provided through subject experts on all the subjects and domains of the content matter.
Others who were present on the occasion included K C Bhagat, Shiv Dev Sharma, Om Prakash Sharma, Avishek Pandotra, Rajinder Ranjha, Naresh Dutt, Rahul Sharma and others.