Workshop on child development in Kashmir commences at KU

Srinagar, Dec 12:  A  3-day workshop organised by the Kashmir University’s Directorate of Lifelong Learning (DLL) on Voluntary Work & Child Development in Kashmir’ commenced in the varsity Monday.
 The workshop inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor, Prof Talat Ahmad aims to involve “voluntary organisations working in the Valley to come on the common platform to work on the various modalities for the upliftment of the children of weaker sections.”
 In his address the VC while lauding the efforts of the DLL to “reach to the unreached” said  “university must link itself closely with the society and besides imparting specific education to a limited group we must cater to  the needs of the masses as well.”
 Director DLL, Dr GH Mir talked about the role played by the Directorate in the upliftment of the society and said that the “workshop aims to stimulate the functional NGO’s of the Valley to cater precisely to the educational -developmental needs of the deprived children of the community.”
 Noted psychologist and social activist  Prof A G Madhosh said that the Kashmir University centres, Media Education Research Centre , State resource centre and DLL are “representative elements of the varsity in the context of child development issues and all the  three should blend their efforts to  formulate a roadmap for child development and voluntary work.”

Lastupdate on : Mon, 12 Dec 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 12 Dec 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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