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NIN NEWS SERVICE | JAMMU, NOVEMBER 10: Director General of Police, (DGP), Mr. K. Rajendra Kumar extended warm greetings to all ranks of Jammu and Kashmir Police, their families and people of the State on the auspicious occasion of festival of lights.
In his message, Mr. Rajendra said that Diwali reminds us that we must share joy and happiness with all sections of society. He said, the occasion teaches us to rededicate ourselves in the service of people, reaffirm our commitment towards brotherhood and selfless service to humanity.
Mr. Rajendra also prayed for peace and prosperity in the State.
Jammu, July 19: Army organised a lecture on "Obesity and Its Prevention" at Youth Club Palma in Rajouri district recently.
The aim of the event was to increase awareness regarding obesity, its prevention and related health problems to the local populace residing at border villages where basic medical facilities are not available. The lecture was delivered by an Army doctor. Large number of students, teachers, villagers and prominent personalities of the area attended the lecture. The audience were sensitized about the reasons and life style that leads to obesity and other illnesses. The doctor also explained various preventive measures to keep such diseases at bay. The Army doctor interacted with the audience and answered all the queries related to health issues.
The audience were grateful for the awareness provided by the Army which will help in prevention of life style disease.
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The Continuous strike of the SSA teachers in the state has collapsed the education system in the state particularly in the far flung areas of the state, where these SSA teachers are responsible for the functioning of these schools. In these areas the schools are virtually closed since last month and the government has failed in solving the problems of these protesting teachers. They are demanding payment of their salaries on the regular basis as their monthly salaries are not released for months, creating great problems for these teachers. Their salary is provided under the central scheme SSA for which the funds are provided by the union government. But the state government has misused the funds, as a result the teachers appointed under this scheme have to wait months for their salaries. Now these protesting teachers are demanding de-linking of their salaries from the central funds to the state budget but the state government has not come with any concrete plan to address this issue. Lately the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has directed to release 147 croreRs for their salaries, which h is a welcome step but need is that the issue of their salaries be solved permanently, so that they are not forced to come on roads time and again for the resolution of their problems.
So far as the education sector of the state is concerned, it has always been accorded step motherly treatment and it is the one such sector which has been ignored in every field. May it be the issue of staff or infrastructure, there is not a single school which functions with the full sanctioned strength of the staff. Due to the non- seriousness, the education sector is suffering in the state. Shortage of teaching staff, inadequate infrastructure, accommodation problems are some of the problems which the govt. schools in the state are facing with. These deficiencies have badly affected the education sector. It has been observed that in the urban areas of the state, the teaching-staff is surplus and other facilities are also available but in the rural areas the position is altogether changed, In the rural areas all the educational institutions are facing acute problems of staff, buildings and other infrastructure, which is evident from the fact that alone in the Ramban District about 600 posts of Lecturers and teachers are lying vacant, which has badly suffered the education system in the district. Same is the position of the other districts of the state particularly in the rural areas.
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Jammu, Feb 05:
The Minister of State for Technical education Priya Sethi informed the house that the construction work of the Baramulla Polytechnic College is likely to be completed soon and it would be accordingly shifted from the present rented building.
Replying to the question raised by Mohammad Muzaffar Parray, the Minister said that the Polytechnic College Baramulla is being constructed under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme "Sub-Mission on Polytechnics under Coordinated Action for Skill Development" at an approved cost of Rs 13.00 crore against which an expenditure of Rs 12.02 crore stands incurred till date.
She informed that 80 percent of the work has been completed. “The main building, workshop block including finishing and electrification work has been completed, while the sanitary works are in progress,” she said.
She said that Institutional structure of J&K, Skill Development Mission corresponding to National Skill Development Mission has been created by the state.
Replying to the supplementary question raised by Sajjad Ahmad Kichloo, the Minister said that the construction work of polytechnic college Kishtwar would be completed by end of 2019.
Pardeep Sharma also raised the supplementary question on the main question.
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