JKHMC chalks out its annual calendar

Srinagar, Jan 7: The J&K Mountaineering and Hiking Club (JKHMC) held its executive meeting on Sunday in which it chalked out its annual calendar of activities for the upcoming season.
The meeting was chaired by its President, Saleem Sheeshgar and among others, Sheikh Jameil Ali, Tassaduq Mueen, Ahram - ul - Haq, Shoukat Putoo, Mansoor Nabi, Aabid Bashir, Rizvi S.Iliyas, Aga Arham Rathore, Dr.Waqar Ahmad and Rauf Tramboo were present in the meeting.
“In order to promote the adventure sports activities among its members and the valley youth, the members discussed threadbare the exploration of all the possibilities including raising the funds and logistics for undertaking different adventure activities,” a statement issued by the club said.
The meeting decided, besides raising funds from its members contemplated that the department of tourism will also be requested to provide logistics and financial support to the club for making its programs a grand success. It was also decided that other sources for financing these events will be explored.
Chalking out the annual calendar of the activities for the year 2013, the meeting also decided to undertake different activities including office up-gradation with immediate effect.

Lastupdate on : Mon, 7 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 7 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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