Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   Undeterred by terror attacks, Centre asks J&K admin to conduct Assembly polls before Sep 30 | After terror attacks, Amit Shah reviews J&K security | Terrorists wanted to kill everybody on the bus, says survivor | Over 30,000 devotees pay obeisance at Mela Kheer Bhawani: LG Sinha | Looking forward to engaging in productive discussions with world leaders: PM Modi | SC seeks Centre, NTA’s response on plea for CBI probe into ‘irregularities’ | Night outing absolutely safe: Jammu Police | Drug De-Addiction Centre Jammu closed | J&K Police rewards 5 villagers | MeT predicts heat wave in Jammu | Systemic Interventions | Results of 3rd online essay contest 2023-2024 declared | CVPPPL signed Loan Agreement of Rs 1869. 265 Crore | DC Doda reviews arrangements for 10th International Yoga Day | DCO conducts inspection of chemist shops in Sangaldan | ADC Kathua disposes of 15 cases under FSSA Act 2006, imposes fine of Rs 4, 48,000 on defaulters | DC Udhampur finalizes arrangement for JKSSB Supervisor SWD written exam | Chugh lacks political understanding, knowledge about J&K: Sadhotra | Kavinder terms Farooq's visit to Kheer Bhawani Temple a political gimmick | DGP J&K pays obeisance at Mata Kheer Bhawani, Prays for peace and harmony | CS launches competitions on MyGov portal to mark 'International Yoga Day' | Div Com, ADGP meet members of Civil Society | KPs celebrate annual Mela Kheer Bhawani | J&K land scam: Revenue officers among several booked | VC JU inaugurates ten day workshop on technique of Kathak used in Bollywood | Guru Ravi Dass Sabha celebrates birth anniversary of Babu Milkhi Ram | Tony urges PM for minimum Rs 1 Cr compensation for Martyrs across India | Locals, traders of Kunjwani-Narwal Bye Pass Road protest against NHAI | PM Vishwakarma guidelines translated in Urdu language | Yuva Rajput Sabha pays tribute to Brig Rajinder Singh | SP Smart Schools felicitate class 10th students for outstanding board results | BLSKS celebrates “Duggar Tamdeh Festival 2024” | National Anthem in school assemblies will boost moral integrity: Raman Suri | Director Horticulture reviews developmental activities, launches HADP folder | IRCS organizes Blood Donation Camp | Keshav Chopra organises free eye check-up camp at Gaushala | Union Home Secretary chairs meeting to review progress of three New Criminal Laws | Uday Chib, Hari Singh emphasize unity to overcome political challenges in J&K | Police rewards 5 border residents for foiling cross-LoC narco smuggle bid | Govt Polytechnic for Women, Jammu secures major placement success | Jodhamal students-authors penned 130+ books! | Mohd Amir and Arshid Ahmed appointed as Fitness Trainer for summer Kabaddi Coaching Camp | One-week workshop on "Basic skills in ICT" concludes at GCOE, Jammu | Golf: Pukhraj leads after second round in Vietnam Masters | Chennayin FC sign Kiyan Nassiri from Mohun Bagan | T20 WC: Kohli's form a bothering point as India face Canada amid rain threat | Expect to see more competitive scores in Super Eight stage: Kagiso Rabada | Back Issues  
news details
GDC Bhaderwah hosts World Anti-Tobacco Day awareness program
5/25/2024 11:25:41 PM
Early Times Report
BHADERWAH, May 25: The National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit, Department of Physical Education & Sports of GDC Bhaderwah in collaboration with the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) Bhaderwah organized a dynamic awareness program on "World Anti-Tobacco Day" on May 25, 2024 under the able guidance of worthy Principal, Dr. Attar Singh and convenorship of Prof. Mohd Yaseen Sirwal.
Prof. Rakesh Sharma, i/c Principal of college expressed his gratitude to all participants and highlighted the commitment of college to promote health and well-being. He urged everyone to join the fight against tobacco addiction and create a tobacco-free environment. The campaign aimed to educate the public about the harmful effects of tobacco consumption and to promote healthy living alternatives.
The day's program commenced with an informative lectures led by DLSA representatives namely, Advocate Isha Hiteshi and Mr. Himanshu Kumar. The Programme shed light on the legal implications of tobacco use, its detrimental impact on health, and the importance of seeking support for those struggling to quit. Prof. Zain-Ul-Abdeen Banday,HOD Political science fostered a vibrant atmosphere that encouraged active participation from the students and other participants. Various students participated in the event.
The NSS Unit, along with its partners, raised the awareness about the dangers of tobacco use and promoting a tobacco-free lifestyle. Faculty members who graced the occasion include Prof. Mudasir Majeed, Dr. Bharat Singh, Dr. Madhu Ram, Angrez Singh (PTI), Prof. Renuka Goria, Dr. Rajni Kumari, Dr. Deepika, Prof. Younis Rasheed, and Prof. Amit Kumar.The whole proceedings of event were carried out by Prof. Mohd Yaseen Sirwal,NSS PO of college. Finally Programme culminated with vote of thanks by Prof. Zain-Ul-Abdeen Banday who thanked Principal GDC Bhaderwah for his support, NSS Unit, Department of Physical Education & Sports, members of DLSA Bhaderwah, staff members and students for their active participation in making the event a successful one.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center