|RAMBAN, Sept 11: District Administration Ramban today launched Cultural cum Extra-Curricular activities under “Talent Hunt” drive across the district under the guidance of DDC, Ramban, Showkat Aijaz Bhat by organising a debate competition on the topic “Advantage and Disadvantages of social Media (Smartphone)” at GHSS,Ramban as part of the “Khelo India” initiative – Sports for Peace and Development.|
Chief Education Officer, Ramban, A H Fani, was the chief guest while DYSSO, Sukhdev Raj Sharma and Principal GHSS, Gool, Nana Ji Tiku were the guests of honour on the occasion whereas Principal GHSS, Ramban, Purshotam Singh Gauria, Staff members of participating schools, teams of Information and other departments were present on the occasion.
Sandesh Singh student of GHSS Ramban was adjudged overall best and Rajni Chib and Anam, both students of Model,HSS Ramban secured 2nd and 3rd position respectively in the debate competition and meritorious and participants were awarded the prizes.
As many as 15 students of different schools including GHS, Parnot, Model HSS Ramban, GGHS, Ramban, GHS, Salli, Paryas Hemkish Model High School, Ramban and GHS,Dhandrath took part in the debate competition. Meanwhile, a cultural programme was also presented by the participants.
Speaking on the occasion, the CEO informed that the Khelo India programme has been launched with an objective to involve youth in sports activities to channelize their energy in right direction and imbibe leadership qualities, team spirit and discipline among them.
The CEO directed all the heads of education institutions of district to redouble their efforts to involve all the youths in sports as well as extracurricular activities besides providing all the facilities to them and officers were directed to go for wide publicity of the event to attract the maximum participation of the youth.
He said the opening programme will witness separate competitions for Boys and Girls in Debate, Symposium, Seminar, Panting, Essay writing, Mushaira and cultural programme at District Head Quarter and other Zones.
News Updated at : Wednesday, September 12, 2018