KCCI Trust distributes relief cheques
Srinagar, June 10: Showing commitment to the cause of society the Relief Trust of Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries today distributed cheques among the needy students of Government Degree College Nawakadal Srinagar at a function in the college.
On the occasion Rouf Ahmad Punjabi, trustee, said the relief to the students was given to ensure they don’t leave their studies midway for want of money.
“Education is the best way to empower these students and make them able to deal with the challenges of the life. Our motive behind giving this relief is to make sure that the education of these students is not affected due to poverty,” he said.
The Relief Trust of the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries is from time to time distributing the relief among the orphan and needy students of the Valley.
“We always stress on the education of the children. We have been providing relief to the students of various colleges including Islamia College, Sri Pratap College, Government College for Women M.A. Road and Government Degree College Nawakadal. We are giving assistance to the University students also,” said Punjabi.
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