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AKHNOOR: To promote Dogri language, art, literate and culture especially folk among the young generation, Jay Kay Women Welfare Society (JKWWS), Jammu held a seminar at Govt. High School Lehar Akhnoor wherein young scholars of the region presented their research papers.
Dr. Gian Singh former Additional Secretary, Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art Culture and Languages presided over the seminar while Dr. Sudhir Mahajan, a theatre practioner was the Chief Guest.
Anita Chandpuri , President Women Wing Jammu and Kashmir, Lok Janshakti Party was the Special Guest.
Dr. Gian Singh in his address congratulated all the scholars who presented their research papers on this occasion. He said that the present time is an information and technology one which has given opportunity and challenges to survival of all the regional languages of the country.
Dr. Sudhir Mahajan, said that all arts whether performing or visual cannot be saved without the language so our first aim and mission should be to use mother tongue in our day to day affairs of the life .
Anita complimented all the scholars especially women to show their seriousness and commitment towards the mother tongue. Yash Pal Nirmal a noted Dogri writer, scholar and poet conducted the proceedings of the seminar .
Kewal Kumar Kewal noted Dogri and Hindi Hasya poet gave talk with to locals of the area and the students to be the part of this seminar.
The scholars who presented their research papers on this occasion were Vishan Sharma, Dr. Tarsem Kumar, Radha Rani, Sheetal Devi, Roshan Bral Roshan, Vicky Sharma, Sakanda Devi and Ganga Sharma.
Sant Keshav Dass, Rattan Bhardwaj ,Rajinder Ranja , Mohan Bharti were present . T S Sharma , Secretary JKWWS presented vote of thanks.
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