President DSS, Gulchain Singh Charak briefing media persons at Jammu.
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JAMMU: To promote Dogra Culture and to honour the distinguished women achievers, Dogra Sadar Sabha is going to hold a seminar titled ‘Dhiyan Dogren Dian – Ek Malati’ to give due recognition to the Dogra women achievers of J and K who have excelled in various fields of academics, art, culture, administration, law / judiciary, education and research etc, at State, national and international level.
Briefing media persons here on Thursday, President DSS and former Minister, Gulchain Singh Charak said that this unique get-together of Dogra daughters is being organized on January 31, 2018, at 10:30 AM at Dogra Sadar Sabha Bhawan, Dogra Hall Jammu.
“Selected available distinguished women achievers will be honoured and given a place of honour in a special gallery of outstanding achievers within the Dogra Sadar Sabha complex as a mark of respect, recognition and keeping them ever alive for posterity,” Charak said, adding that such a gigantic task can only be fulfilled by profuse, willing and purposeful public participation.
Therefore, the DSS has called for recommended names of any international / national / state level women achievers for inclusion. Names with cabinet size photographs may be forwarded to DSS office by January 25, 2018, he added.
“Girls students who have secured Gold medals/ 1st positions in the University / Board Examination during the sessions 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17 shall be honoured,” he said.
Prof N.K Dogra, Col K.S Jamwal, Prem Sagar Gupta, Col Virendra K Sahi, Ghambir Dev Singh Charak, Prof Anita Billoria, Uma Katal, Santosh Magotra, Prof Vishav Raksha and Prof Hema Gandotra were also present.
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