JK’s educational scenario marks a beginning for new promising change

Minister for Education, Naeem Akhtar, who spent the entire day with the students, termed the event as beginning of a new change that will propel the students towards excellence.
With cultural programmes preaching principles, hazards of drug addiction and importance of culture, the grand event was complete in every sense.
“This is what we have been striving for. Students not only have to excel in academics but be productive in extracurricular activities too,” said Akhtar . The programme started with the performance from actor and stand-up comedian Raiees Mohiudin followed by musicals and skits from college students. The event was held in an open air stadium watched by thousands of excited boys and girls besides director education Kashmir Dr Shah Faesal and principals from colleges of South Kashmir.A cultural show of participants in traditional clothes of Kashmiri Pandits, Sikhs, Muslims, Dal Dwellers and locals prompted the minister to walk to the stage and applaud the students. “In simple terms you students have shown the rich heritage and brotherhood of Kashmir,” said Akhtar to the students.
The Minister said that the aim should be to turn Pulwama into epicenter of cultural revival. “Pulwama has produced people like Soch Kral, Wahab Khar, Lalla Ded, Mehjoor and others. Had Pulwama been with some other country, the country would have been known by the contributions of this place only,” said Akhtar.

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