Valley students interact with Everest climber
Srinagar, June 25: It is a lifetime achievement for many children of Army Public School, Army Goodwill School and other schools of the valley to get a chance to meet Maj Ashwini Pawar, the lady officer who has a rare distinction of scaling the Mount Everest among many peaks.
The lady officer is traveling across the Valley to meet the young blood and share her inner call, vision, first hand account of some of the very challenging feats that she has achieved.
Maj Ashwini Pawar, a Vishisht Seva Medal awardee is a leading mountaineer of India. In addition to her responsibilities as an Army Officer, she has actively participated in many expeditions and successfully made it to the summits.
As part of her itinerary, today she interacted with the children of Army Goodwill Public School at Pahalgam, where she talked about stamina, equipment, pre training, clothes and planning required to achieve success. After listening to such high tempo and energetic talk, the students were highly motivated and showed their keen interest in understanding the means and methods to go about achieving such a victorious goal.
She would subsequently go to Uri, Rampur and then to Srinagar.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 25 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 25 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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