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UDHAMPUR: One day Yoga camp Cum Education training programme was organized by Government Degree College, Majalta in collaboration with Patanjali Yog Peeth, Udhampur under the chairmanship of principal of the college Kusum Gupta here today. While addressing the camp, Principal of the college, congratulated Patanjali Yog Peeth Udhampur for organizing the Yoga camp. She said that Yoga reduce the stress, improves health and over all personality of the person. During the event various Yoga Asanas were demonstrated by the Yoga experts Yashpaul Khajuria and Yoga Pracharak district Udhampur. He also provided valuable information about benefits of yoga.

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JAMMU: Two days Placement drive under Udaan was conducted by Tata Motors at Govt. Polytechnic, Jammu on 18th and 19th January for the post of “Trainee Service Manager” and “Dealer Sales Executive” in which various passed out Diploma Engineer and Graduate Engineer in Mechanical, Electrical and Automobile branches as well as other graduates and post Graduates appeared.

Swati Jha, Senior Manager Skill Development & Training in Tata Motors, Gurugram, Haryana along with her team members conducted the placement drive. Pre-counseling placement session was also conducted for the students to give them exposure including brief introduction about Tata Motors which was followed by general Aptitude test and personal interview.

The placement drive received an overwhelmed response and more than 100 students from the various institutions appeared for placement and finally 34 candidates were selected. The selected candidates will undergo training on Technical & Managerial Skill Development in first six months in reputed Education school and Tata Motors training centre at Banglore. After successful completion of training, they will be placed in the set up along with the initial salary of Rs.15000/- per month.

Er. Arun Bangotra, Principal of the college thanked Tata Motors for providing the job opportunity to the Polytechnic and other students. He suggested the students to make full use of their technical skills for employability to various organizations and stressed on the importance of campus placement drives. The Placement drive was organized under the supervision of Training and Placement cell of Polytechnic Jammu, Mr. Rajesh Khajuria Training and Placement Officer, Er. Deepak Gupta, Er. P. K Angral and Er. Atul Sudan.

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JAMMU:  for Animal, Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries, Abdul Gani Kohli today took stock of situation in shelling affected areas of  R S Pura. The Minister took stock of the injuries and fatalities caused to livestock and directed the Animal Husbandry department to keep Veterinary teams   stationed in the firing hit areas for instant treatment of cattle. He also directed them to keep sufficient stock of medical aid and medicines in all affected areas.

MLA RS Pura Gagan Bagat, MLC CharanJeet Singh Khalsa, Director Animal Husbandry Jammu, ADC Jammu and other senior officers of district administration accompanied the Minister during the tour. The Minister expressed shock over loss of lives of BSF personnel, and civilians. He paid tribute to the Martyrs and expressed   sympathies with the bereaved families. Meanwhile, the Minister convened a meeting with the officers of district administration at Sub Divisional Magistrate Office, R S Pura and directed the concerned to ensure timely evacuation and rescue of civilians. He also directed the officers to provide ration, medicine and other essential commodities to the people displaced due to shelling.

 

The Minister was informed that 25 to 30 Veterinary Doctor Teams have been deployed at various places along the International Border including R S Pura, Arnia and Ramgarh sectors to ensure early treatment to the livestock.   Kohli also asked them to conduct door to door visits in the affected areas to provide medical care to injured cattle and other animals. It was informed that    233 animals were killed and 370 injured since April 2017 to January 19, 2018 due to Pakistan shelling.

Earlier, Kohli visited Chakrohi Village and interacted with the local people. The people put forth problems caused due to shelling and sought early redressal of the issues. The Minister assured them that every possible help will be provided by the Government to the affected people including ration, medicines and other facilities like tents. He said that the instructions have been issued to the Animal Husbandry Department to provide fodder for animals in the affected areas. Later, the Minister visited R S Pura Hospital and enquired about the facilities available for the treatment of the injured persons. The Minister asked the Management to take good care of the patients.

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