ALOHA hosts seminar on HR
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Srinagar, Nov 15: Emphasizing the importance of Kashmiri language, prominent poet Zarief Ahmad Zarief Sunday urged the parents to encourage their children to learn the mother tongue.
“Government should take special measures to promote Kashmiri language in schools and colleges,” he added. Zarief was speaking at the seminar Human Resource Development-Challenge & Future organised by ALOHA at SKICC.
Eminent educationist, Dr AG Madhosh said that there was no dearth of talent in the valley but “there is lack of opportunity”.
“There is an increase in the trend of young people indulging in wrong activities due to unemployment and depression,” he said. “There is a need to form an organisation which can give counselling to unemployed youth and tell them about various employment opportunities” he added.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Muhammad Muzaffar said that parents should take their children to doctors at young age, so that any physiological problem can be diagnosed at early stage and proper treatment given.
Mubashir Wafai, Director ALOHA announced that they would conduct first General Ability Test for the students and prepare them for KAS and other competitive exams.
Masharib Gul Mufti (IES), DGM (Ops) BSNL, Kashmir spoke on Competitive Examinations--Road To Success.
Journalist Altaf Hussain spoke on Human Resource Development-- Media’s Role & Responsibilities.
An ALOHA handout said: “The seminar was a part of activities aimed at bringing innovation in children education and their comprehensive personality development besides developing honest and positive attitude among them.”
The Director ALOHA announced that the organization would sponsor hundred top ranking students qualifying GAT for all the eight levels of ALOHA Mental Arithmetic Program.
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