STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Educational visits are the keys to expand the mental horizon of the students. To see any process first hand has a lasting impact and creates better understanding.
Keeping this in mind, JK Public School, Kunjwani, on Thursday organised a visit for the Class VI students to the carpet mill, Bari Brahmana. The purpose of the trip was to introduce students with the textile industry and its working process.
The students were shown the process how the fibre is converted to fabric. They also got acquainted with the manual and mechanical work. The trip influenced students’ approach to production and created direct connections with India’s craft people. Not only it expanded the creative explorations and possibilities, but also provided a whole new perspective towards the working of these industries. Through this trip, they also got the chance to explore the world outside and enhance inter and intra personal skills among themselves.
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