From a Correspondent
Jammu May 25,
To encourage and motivate the children of displaced kashmiri Pandit families, Sonu ORZU gym organized a stellar event today. The main aim of the event was to felicitate the meritorious children of class X and XII who had performed exceptionally well in the recent board exams.
The felicitation ceremony was exclusively organized by the leader of the youth Organisation at Sonu Orzu Gym, which is a center of physical and social activities for children of displaced Kashmiri Pandit families at Jagti township in Jammu. Many students and their family members were present at the highlighting event.
Present on the occasion were Chief Guest Dr Sameer Kaul, Nationally renowned cancer specialist and Chief National Spokesperson of National Conference, along with guest of honor Relief Commissioner migrants Mr TK Bhat, MrYogi, Mr Raina and other prominent dignitaries.
The felicitation of the meritorious students was done by Dr Sameer Kaul. He further addressed the enthusiastic crowd of students and their parents, congratulating them on their success achieved under dire financial and other constraints.
“It is a very happy and prideful moment for all of us, that even under such ominous circumstances; many students have secured good scores. I congratulate each and every parent and student for achieving such feat and would want to keep the success story going. It is now important for the students to choose the right career from wide variety of options. In such situations follow your heart and mind while choosing a diverse career. You shall rise again and claim yours and your community’s rightful place in the future J&K, India and the world” said Dr Sameer Kaul, Nationally renowned cancer specialist and Chief National Spokesperson of National Conference.
Such felicitation ceremonies are organized every year to provide some kind of hope, motivation and fill passion among the youth to come up in the society
Sonu Subhash, the leader of this youth organization and convenor of this sensitive event said” We hold this function every year to encourage our youth traumatized by exodus from their homes in the trouble torn valley, so that they do not lose hope. Instead we goad them to focus on their studies, remain physically and mentally fit.”’
From a Correspondent