First skill lab of J&K set up at Gandhi Memorial College
Jammu, June 6 (KNN) Jammu and Kashmir’s first-of-its-kind skill lab was inaugurated by District Development Council Chairperson Bharat Bhushan Bodhi at the Gandhi Memorial College, Jammu on Monday.
Speaking on the occasion, the DDC Chairperson stressed on the importance of the facility in filling the vacuum between formal education and skill development. Bodhi also appreciated the leadership of Hindu Education Society Kashmir that has adopted skill-based courses in the institution.
B L Zutshi, President of the Hindu Education Society Kashmir stated that “India Skills competition instils confidence and hope by providing means to the youth to pursue their passion. The competition highlights India’s capabilities to the world and facilitates learning and exposure on a global platform.”
He stated that the Gandhi Memorial College has been accredited with the Vishwakarma Skill University, Haryana, and that all of the courses offered at the college are totally job-oriented.
Kuldeep Raj, the chairperson of the Block Development Committee in Bhalwal, served as the guest of honour of the event. Praising the role played by the Society, he drew attention to any help that could be provided in enrolling the students of the block division in the skill courses that the institution offers.
Key persons present at the event included Sarpanch, Kuljeet Singh Jamwal, Virender Raina, Member Executive Body, M K Bangroo, Professor Savita Raina, and M L Koul Gulabi, Member Executive. (KNN Bureau)