KPs will return soon: Sagar
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Jammu, Mar 13: The Minister for Rural Development, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Sagar today said that the Education was a broader concept which involves the overall transformation of a society rather than imparting it in a conventional way.
The Minister was speaking at valedictory function of 5- day workshop, “The Role of Educational Institutions in Rural Development”, organized by Gandhi Memorial College of Education, Jammu, an off shoot of Hindu Educational Society of Kashmir (HESK).
The Minister said that education should not be limited to mere conferring of degrees, but issue based research on various schemes undertaken by the Government for the upliftment of people, in general and rural masses, in particular. “Our endeavour should be to widen the scope of education in such a way that it can effectively contribute in transformation of the society”, he added.
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