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DSEJ pays tributes to deceased Covid warriors of Education Department
9/15/2020 11:23:42 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Sept 15: Director School Education Jammu, Anuradha Gupta, on behalf of all officers, and officials of the Directorate and also on behalf of whole teaching fraternity of Jammu province has expressed shock and profound grief over the untimely tragic death of two students and three teaching staff members over the past one week.
Master Varun Sumbaria S/O Mr. Rajesh Singh R/O Jawagh, class 5th student of Government High School Jawag, Ramban left for his heavenly abode on 6th of September. CEO Ramban, Vinod Kaul, while expressing solidarity on behalf of the CEO office Ramban and entire teaching and non teaching staff members of the District, with the family of the deceased, said that Master varun Sumbaria was a very brilliant student and the monitor of his class.
Munazah Banoo D/O Mr. Rehmatullah Dev R/O Doda, a class 11th student of Shaheen Public School Doda passed away on 7th of September 2020. She too was a very bright student and had passed her class 10th examinations with distinction securing 86% marks. The Director divulged that the father of deceased, Rehmatullah Dev, himself is a member of the family of teaching community, presently posted as Lecturer at Boys Higher Secondary School Doda and the entire teaching community and other staff members stand with him sharing his grief and sorrow. Qulba-e-Murtza s/o Mr. Munir Hussain Shah R/O village Gursai, working as teacher at Middle School Nehrian Surankote died on 8th of September, 2020 suffering a sudden massive heart attack. Poonch CEO, Ram Swaroop described him as a very hard working teacher and a man who had a very broad vision of life. Qulba-e-Murtza had completed his MCA from BGSB University Rajouri and was appointed as general line teacher with the Department of School Education on 18-3-2015.
Anuradha Gupta said that Qulba-e-Murtza was a very efficient, dedicated, hardworking, honest and sincere teacher. The department, teaching community and the society all have met with an irreparable loss in his death. Praying for the departed soul, she affirmed her support on behalf of the Directorate of the School Education Jammu to the bereaved family.
Another member of the teaching community, Rubina Shaheen working as Lecturer with the Directorate of School Education Jammu left for her final resting place yesterday i.e. on 13th of September 2020. Director said that the sudden demise of Rubina was yet another jolt to the teaching community in particular and the society in general for her dedication towards her profession. She was posted at Hari Singh Higher Secondary School Jammu. She had tested positive for COVID-19 and finally succumbed to massive kidney failure.
Earlier, Jindal Padha S/o Mr. Uttam Chand Padha, resident of ward number 4, Basohli too fell in the line of duty while fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic as Nodal Officer for Covid Management Basohli. The Director, while extending her support to the bereaved family, on behalf of the Directorate, said that Mr. Jindal Padha was an idol, a source of inspiration for the entire society and teaching community in particular for having made the supreme sacrifice of laying down his life to save that of others.
She further divulged that Jindal Padha, working as Senior Lecturer Mathematics at Model Higher Secondary School Basohli, Kathua was on the verge of retirement having only one more month due to attaint superannuation on 31st of Oct 2020 but voluntarily took up duties as Nodal Officer COVID-19 Management lightening up a path for the rest of us to follow.
She described Jindal Padha as a pride of the Department who was very popular among his colleagues and appreciated as a good teacher among his students. He was known as a man of various talents and had a special flair for acting.
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