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CHILDLINE Se Dosti Week celebrated at Jammu University
11/22/2021 10:29:05 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 22: Department of Home Science (Human Development), University of Jammu in collaboration with CHILDLINE India Foundation, J&K chapter organized an activity to mark the "CHILDLINE Se Dosti Week."
Prof Rajni Dhingra, Dean Research Studies, Jammu University was the chief guest on the occasion. In her address, she stated that children are our valuable assets who need to be protected and nurtured. Every individual has a responsibility towards society. Hand holding is important for ensuring rights for all children.
Prof Neeru Sharma, Convener NSS Campus units was the Guest of Honour. She emphasized the role of students and volunteers in ensuing rights to all children, especially in the far-flung areas of our state. She urged upon CHILDLINE to organize workshops and similar activities so that the youth are able to identify and help out children in distress.
Earlier, Prof Samridhi Arora, Head of the Department and coordinator of the programme in her welcome address highlighted the importance of celebrating International Child Rights Day. She was of the opinion that the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how inequality affects the lives of every child. She stressed that organizations like CHILDLINE and youth can contribute in their own capacity for the protection and welfare of the children and today's activity is an effort in this direction.
Manjari Singh, State Co-coordinator CHILDLINE India Foundation, J&K, and Chief Resource Person of the activity shared with the audience the scope of CHILDLINE. She mentioned that CHILDLINE foundation is the nodal agency of the Ministry of Women and Child Development, GOI. It is functional since 2006 in Jammu and today 14 CHILDLINE are running 24-hours every day. Vinish Malik, a research scholar conducted the proceedings of the activity.
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