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SPMR College Organizes SVEEP Programme Promoting Voter Awareness
3/28/2024 10:14:19 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 28: SPMR College recently organized a Special Voter’s Enrollment and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) Programme, both within the college premises and in the adopted village, aiming to enhance voter awareness and civic engagement among students and the local community.
Under the guidance of various committees including NSS Units, Shikshit Bharat Committee, SVEEP Committee, and Eco Club, the event titled “Chunav ka Parv, Desh Ka Garv” was organized with the support of the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the college.
The highlight of the event was a poster-making competition where 50 NSS volunteers and 20 other students showcased their artistic talents by creating posters emphasizing the importance of voting and democratic participation.
Dr. Vikas Sharma JKAS, ACD Election Commissioner, and Nodal Officer SVEEP graced the occasion as the chief guest, addressing the gathering and administering a pledge emphasizing the significance of voter participation. Additionally, District Level Master Trainers also administered a pledge to further underscore the importance of democratic principles.
The event commenced with a welcome address by Prof. Deepshika Sharma, NSS Programme Officer, highlighting the efficacy of such initiatives in promoting voter awareness and civil engagement among students. Dr. Rajinder Singh, the Principal, commended the efforts of the NSS Programme Officers in fostering a sense of responsibility towards democratic principles among students.
Following the event at the college, a visit to the adopted village was organized to extend voter awareness efforts to the local residents of Mandal village. Students conducted door-to-door campaigns, educating villagers about the importance of voting, their rights, and responsibilities as citizens. Faculty members actively participated in addressing queries and concerns raised by the villagers regarding the electoral process and related issues.
Faculty members including Prof. Pawan Gupta, Dr. Reena Rani, Dr. Mohd. Azam, Prof. Ashraf Nawaz, Prof. Esha Abrol, Dr. Neeru Anand, Dr. Roomi Rani, Prof. Mamta, and Prof. Heema played pivotal roles in coordinating and managing the entire programme alongside Prof. Deepshikha Sharma and Dr. Deepak Pathania, the NSS Programme Officers of the college. Their collective efforts contributed to the success of the event, fostering a culture of active civic participation and voter engagement within the college and the adopted village community.
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