‘Bazm-e-Yaaraan’ Exchange Programme | Students from Jammu schools visit Kashmir

As per a press note, 25 students including 12 boys and 13 girls accompanied by three teachers from Jammu visited Kashmir from December 11 to 14.
As per a press note, 25 students including 12 boys and 13 girls accompanied by three teachers from Jammu visited Kashmir from December 11 to 14.Special arrangement

Srinagar: Army organised a Student Exchange Programme under which the students from various schools of the UT are getting an opportunity to visit Kashmir and Jammu divisions respectively, a press note said.

It added that 25 students including 12 boys and 13 girls accompanied by three teachers from Jammu visited Kashmir from December 11 to 14.

“Similarly, students from Kashmir will be visiting Jammu soon. Various events were conducted during the course of the conduct of the Student Exchange Programme,”the press not said.

It added that the students visited the Aviation Facility wherein they were given insight on the functioning of an Aircraft. The students also visited the Z Morh Tunnel and got an insight on the Tunnel Construction process from the engineers of NHIDCL.

“Environment Park at Hang and Zero Point at Sonamarg helped the students understand the flora and fauna of Kashmir. The students participated in a Cultural Exchange Program cum Interactive Session with the Kashmiri students at AGS, Margund.

They also got an opportunity to witness the Kashmiri tradition & custom, during their visit to a Kashmiri household. A Bonfire cum Cultural Evening was also organised for them, wherein, they danced to the tunes of Kashmiri folk songs and witnessed the Kashmiri folk music, sung by local Kashmiri artists,”the press note said.

During their visit to Badami Bagh Cantt, the students visited the Chinar Darohar Archeological site and IBADAT-E-SHAHDAT Museum, wherein they witnessed the rich history of Kashmir.

“On the culminating day of their visit, the students from Jammu interacted with Lt Gen DP Pandey, GOC, Chinar Corps. Speaking on the occasion, the GOC underlined the importance of understanding various cultures and traditions of India. He underscored efforts required by youth to imbibe the best practices of every society, respect all religions and become a member of a progressive society,” the press note said.

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