‘Maitreyi Yatra’: Jammu And Kashmir Student Exchange Program Concludes
NEW DELHI: ‘Maitreyi Yatra’: Jammu And Kashmir Student Exchange Program Concludes. The end service of Jammu and Kashmir Student Exchange program ‘Maitreyi yatra’ was held at National Bal Bhawan here today. The Student Exchange Program sorted out by Ministry of Human Resource improvement gives chance to the adolescent of Jammu and Kashmir to be familiar with culture, dialect and advancement story of various parts of the nation. Union Minister for Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar was the main visitor for the capacity.
Talking on the event Mr Javadekar said the goal of this program was to incorporate the adolescent of Jammu and Kashmir to whatever remains of the nation and to advance fellowship and agreement. He acclaimed the endeavors of the understudies from both the states for currently taking an interest, learning and offering information to each other.
He additionally complimented the understudies of National Bal Bhawan who cleared their spaces for their ‘Kashmiri companions’ and remained in their classrooms demonstrating the genuine soul of ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’.
He included that the legislature is making a framework that will give square with chance to every one of the understudies that can add to the improvement of the nation. He additionally guaranteed that 500 kids from Delhi Schools will visit J&K amid summer months.
Talking on the event Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, Education Minister for Jammu and Kashmir valued the endeavors of the HRD service and offered his thanks for directing the trade program as it will reinforce the social texture of the nation.
Almost 500 understudies of Jammu and Kashmir from Class 9 to Class 12 alongside 50 administrators went by Delhi on eighteenth January, 2018. 300 understudies remained at National Bal Bhawan and 100 each remained in two Kendriya Vidyalayas and two Navodaya Vidyalayas.
HRD Minister @PrakashJavdekar lights the light at the Closing function of Jammu and Kashmir understudy trade program at National Bal Bhawan @swarup58#RepublicDay#Republicday2018pic.twitter.com/bAYwIP82mb
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Every one of the 500 understudies were combined with ten government and one tuition based school where every understudy had an ‘amigo’. Jammu and Kashmir understudies burned through 3 days in the matched schools. They additionally went for Delhi Darshan on twentieth January, 2018 with their controlling accomplices. They went to Zoo, Rajghat, Red Fort and numerous different spots of verifiable and social significance.
The understudies likewise went to Delhi University, IIT Delhi, Railway Museum and Mother Dairy Plant and furthermore appreciated Metro ride, Movie in PVR-Vasant Kunj, Magic Show, and so forth. Understudies additionally saw the stupendous festivals of Republic Day.