STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Fulfilling the Governor’s commitment, the State Project Director, Samagra Shiksha on Tuesday distributed bicycles and painting stationery among differently-abled youth, who have exhibited extra-ordinary talents and earned laurels for the State. Pertinent to mention here that on World Disability Day i.e., December4, Governor, Satya Pal Malik promised to provide bicycles to two children and painting stationery to another boy, who have exhibited extra-ordinary talents and earned laurels for State, during a function held at Teachers Bhawan Jammu. Following the same, the State Project Director, Samagra Shiksha, Dr Arun Manhas procured aforesaid items and distributed the same to concerned students, in a function held at Teachers’ Bhawan. All terrain bicycles were distributed to two students namely Zahid Manzoor and Amir Yousuf of district Budgam in presence of concerned Chief Education Officer and other educational administrators. Amir Yousuf is a hearing impaired child and had secured second position in painting competition at the national-level Anjali Festival held at Orissa during October, 2018. Zahid Manzoor also brought laurels to the State in athletic events at the same Festival. Rahul Kumar, who is orthopedically challenged, was provided with all high quality items used for painting. During World Disability Day function, he drew a sketch of Governor Satya Pal Mailk and presented the same to him personally as a token of respect. It was committed by the Governor that all best available facilities shall be provided to these children, for boosting their moral. Manhas, while interacting with parents and teachers, assured that Directorate of Samagra Shiksha is consistently providing all possible support to children with special needs in order to fulfill their educational requirements. This will ensure real sense of inclusion in present context of education system, he added. He informed the media personals that recently various kinds of allowances and stipends have also been disbursed to CWSN directly to their bank accounts under Direct Benefit Mode. The students as well as their parents expressed gratitude to Governor, Satya Pal Mailk for fulfilling his commitment and encouraging hidden talent of students.
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