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Results of 3rd online essay contest 2023-2024 declared
6/14/2024 10:31:27 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, June 14: “It was really hard to revive the memories of Contribution, struggle & achievements of Late Kashyap Bandhu ji The Unsung Hero, Social Reformer & Freedom Fighter from Kashmir; pertinently after a gap of nearly 40 years, among the Displaced as well as the post 1990 generation of Kashmiri Pandits” remarked Padam Shree Dr K. N. Pandita, Patron of TEAM ESSAY while declaring the results of two years' long exercise of 3rd Online Essay Contest 2023-2024 concluded recently.
Nearly a total of 200 young school going children from the Valley, Jammu & Delhi-NCR participated in the Contest very enthusiastically. The efforts put in by active members of TEAM ESSAY viz. Dr. Rajiv Bhat, A.K.Raina ex Director, School Education, Veena Pandita, ex Chairperson, BOSE in educating the GenNxt about the Unsung Hero Bandhu ji by addressing children thru 19 Online Google meets, constituted an very attractive feature of the whole Campaign.
In addition, about 55 corner meets were also held on various occasions like Havans, Socio- religious functions etc. in Jammu, Valley, DelhiNCR; Bangluru, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Pune etc. wherein Life & achievements of Bandhu ji would be explained to one and all.
Above all publication of a 32 page Booklet on Bandhuji edited by Dr. K.N. Pandita added to the efforts of the Team for which few members also visited the GEIRU village in Tral earlier. for Windows
Team Essay thanked Nancy Koul, Sr. Teacher, Dr. Rajni Raina, exHOD, Zoology, Well known Poet Santosh Shah nadaan',, Vinod Mattoo, Sr. Bank Officer, Dr. Mahesh Koul Ph. D. and all concerned for their valuable contributions.
However, this huge initiative could only create a feeble ripple among the struggling Displaced community still a lot needs to be done.
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