JAIPUR: As many as 300 college students from Jammu and Kashmir, who’ve been chosen to attend varied increased schooling programs on the Mewar College in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, got a heat send-off by the Indian Military at a ceremony held on the Sher-i-Kashmir Worldwide Convention Centre (SKICC) in Srinagar on Tuesday.

Lt Gen D.P. Pandey, GOC Chinar Corps, was the chief visitor on the occasion.

The Indian Military, in collaboration with Mewar College, has endeavoured to offer high quality schooling to the proficient however under-priviledged youth of Jammu and Kashmir by way of the ‘Sadhbhavna’ programme.


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Mewar College is offering a range programs, starting from BTech in civil, mechanical, pc science, IT, and electronics and communication; B.Pharm and BSc in cardiac ccare, ophthalmology, dialysis, radio and imaging tech, agriculture, horticulture and forestry; to diplomas in med lab, and first-aid affected person care, amongst others.

As a way to empower the proficient college students and mitigate the monetary burden which will accrue on the households, the Indian Military and the Mewar College have formulated an assistive scholarship programme.

On behalf of the Northern Command Headquarters, Pandey handed over a cheque of Rs. 2.5 crore to Ashok Kumar Gadiya, Chairman, Mewar College.

Addressing the scholars, Pandey inspired them to utilise the chance and turn into productive residents of the society. He emphasised on the significance of tutorial platform and in a position tutorial employees, which within the current occasion are being supplied by the Mewar College.

He appreciated the efforts put in by the Mewar College below the steerage of Ashok Kumar Gadiya. The GOC additionally interacted with the previous and current Kashmiri college students of the college and urged them to additional inspire the current batch to excel not solely in research however in different co-curricular actions as effectively.