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CBC organizes multimedia exhibition on AKAM at Kathua
1/18/2023 11:00:44 PM
Early Times Report
KATHUA, Jan 18: In order to publicise the different centrally sponsored schemes and making the mass participation of public possible in the ongoing multimedia exhibition on "Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav" organised by CBC Jammu which is making all the possible efforts to attract more and more audience to the exhibition. Information regarding a large number of govt welfare schemes is made available for the common masses at Govt Degree College Kathua. On day 2 of exhibition a large number of youth, ASHA workers, participated in the exhibition. Besides them students from Govt. Boys Hr Sec School and Govt Girls Hr Sec School attended the programme,
On the occasion Davinder Singh Agriculture Officer Kathua gave a threadbare information about the centrally sponsored schemes like fasal Bima Yojana etc. He urged the youth to choose agriculture as their career option and make the dream of self reliant "Ätama Nirbhar Bharata" a reality. He further added that agriculture department has certain tailor made schemes for the farmers of Kathua Distt keeping in view its weather conditions. He urged youth to motivate their families for adopting scientific way of farming and using less chemical fertilisers.
In his lecture Dr. Tarun Gupta Medical Officer gave detailed information regarding the mental health. He suggested many ways to get away from stress and fatigue. He highlighted many centrally sponsored schemes like Janani Shishu Suraksha Karikaram, National TB Elimination programme (NTEP) national Leprosy Eradication programme (NLEP) etc. He urged youth to remain physically active and away from drugs to make India strong.
On the occasion many cultural items were presented by the artists of C.B.C J&K on the theme of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. In addition many artists from GDC Kathua displayed their singing skills. An open quiz and a drawing competition on the theme "Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav" was also organised where winners were felicitated on the spot. The programme culminated with light refreshment.
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