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JAMMU: Vice Chairman Handloom and Handicraft Development Corporations, Nizam-ud-din Bhat, today said that the Corporations are an asset for the state’s economy through sustainability of art and craft and better marketing.  While asking the management of the Corporations to work in close Coordination, Bhat directed them to mobilize the available resources in full to improve the business of the hand-made products and remain actively involved in the trade so that the reputation and good will of Kashmir art and Handloom remains intact. He said artisans and weavers are a valuable asset and they are the real beneficiaries of sales and business adding that more incentives need to be contemplated to improve this lot. 

 

VC said that the Corporations have been given a target to ensure that all show rooms and sale centres accomplish the task given to them by the respective Boards. "Any failure' in taking out the directions in a desirable manner can entail loss of incentives to employees responsible", he added.  Bhat said the Corporations are following the employee-friendly policy since its inception and employees have an obligation that the devlop Corporations flourish and become a viable tool to carry out defined objectives including securing the interests of artisans and weavers. He expressed happiness and satisfaction that the sale centres at Bombay, Kolkata, Delhi, Goa and Lucknow are receiving good response to their Handicraft and Handloom products from the lovers of Kashmir art.

 

He said that he had recently visited Delhi centres where he was apprised of various issues regarding further streamlining of these sale outlets. "Chairman of the Corporations and administrative heads also are focused on ameliorating the lot of employees, artisans, weavers and workers", the VC affirmed.  He said the management is making an effort to expand and make the infrastructure updated and innovative.  The VC said that possibilities are being explored to reopen the Handicraft show room at Kashmir House in Prithvi Raj Road. 

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JAMMU: Tiny Tots Hr Sec School, residency Road Celebrated its 45th Annual day with great zeal and enthusiasm in the School Auditorium today. The Chief guest for the day was Ms. Asiea Naqash, honorable minister for Housing and Urban Welfare, Health and Medical Education J & K and the Guests of Honor for the day were Choudhary Manmohan Singh Vice Chairman Medical supplies Corporation J and K, Sh Rajinder Manhas Patron Yuva Rajput Sabha and Sh. Sat Pal Charak, President Kisan Cell. The Chief Guest started the function by lighting the traditional lamp accompanied by the Chairperson of Tiny Tots Group of Schools Mrs Veena Handa and other Dignitaries.

The Managing Director of the School Mr. Deepak Handa gave the welcome address. The first presentation of the day Ganesh Vandana enthralled the audience with their coordination in their colourful dresses. The children of Star Kids Nursery presented a captivating musical dance on McDonald Farm. The Second group of star kids K.G. classes presented a fairy group dance. The dances based on different themes held the audience spell bound and they could not stop tapping with the music. An English play Cinderalla and Hindi play based on the theme Beti Padhao was feast to the eyes. Qawali, Bhar-De-Jholi took the guest and the audience to another world. Other items included comedy skit, stunt based on yoga and solo performances and Punjabi Bhangra were the feast to the eyes.

 

Mrs. Veena Handa, the founder chairperson in her speech, highlighted the achievements of all the branches which have made tremendous progress during the period of 45 years. She congratulated the managing directors of all the branches for their commendable job in maintaining the highest standards of education with the motto of all round development of children. Choudhary Manmohan Singh Vice Chairman Medical Supplies Corporation congratulated the Management, faculty members and students for their fabulous performance. The Chief Guest in her speech congratulated the Principal, the managing committee and the faculty members of the school for presenting such a beautiful programme. She praised the coordination of cultural and messages giving programme and the yoga exercises. She said that parents should be happy that their wards are shaping very well and are in safe hands. She lauded the performances of Star Kids Kindergarten students and expressed that she loved the little ones on the stage. The event culminated with the presentation of mementoes to the Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour. The School Head Girl presented the vote of thanks.

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JAMMU: Nagrai Literary Forum supported by Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Arts, Culture & Languages  today organized a quiz competition and Kashmiri Musharia program here in Mixed Higher Secondary School Muthi Jammu. In the Quiz competition,  over a dozen students participated, wherein the general questions related to social, cultural events, basic scientific skills and  current national and global issues were asked. 

After the quiz a  Kashmiri Mushaira program was also held  wherein S.K Pandita principal of the school presided as  chief guest. The program was attended by veteran story writer M.L Pandita,  social activist and writter P.L swadeshi. The program Was conducted by Mr Tej Sagar, The participating students of the quiz were given letters of appreciation and top 3 students were rewarded with prizes. 

 

Other poets and scholars who were present on this occassion include   Prem Nath Pandita (Prem),  Brij Nath (Hali),  Chaman pinguri,  T.N Vishwas, Sarita Raina, J.L jawhar, Mr Kundan Paras,  Ashok  Dilbar,  R .L Tashna Mr naveen Pandita,dr kuldeep Raina,  Dulari Pandita (Durga),  meenakshi  Koul,  B.N Ablash and  Pyara ji.