Peerzada for infra devevelopment in educational institutions
Srinagar, Oct 23: Education Minister, Peerzada Muhammad Sayeed today underscored the need to improve the infrastructure of educational institutions as well as providing of scientific education, for which, according to him, the Centre was providing liberal funding.
Addressing at 13th Annual All J&K State Level Award function held at International Convocation Complex (University of Kashmir) Hazratbal here, Peerzada said the State had progress in every sector especially in education.
He appealed to the social organizations to come forward and work with coordination and help the government in making the Jammu and Kashmir a number one State of the Country in the field of education by improving its standards. He said government had taken several steps to provide quality education to the students at their door steps.
The function was organized by the Newlight Education and Environmental Service Foundation and Newlight Education and Environmental Society (NEESF-NEES). A large number of students, parents and prominent citizens attended the function.
The Minister said talent was present among the students of the State, but need was to channelize their hidden talent so that they could compete at State, National and International levels. In this pursuit, he asked the social organizations to organize such programmes in remote areas of the State and encourage the brilliant and talented students. He also asked them to assess the talented students of both private and government educational institutions so as to take measures for providing them a platform to excel.
Director, International Convocation Complex, KU Prof. Dr. Mufeed, Renowned Educationist Dr. Madhosh, Deputy Director, Social Welfare, Bashir Ahmad Masoodi also spoke on the occasion and congratulated the organizers for conducting such events in the State.
Later, Peerzada distributed awards among the meritorious students.
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