STATE TIMES NEWS KATHUA: All India Confederation of SC/ST/OBC Organisations unit Kathua organised an educational awareness camp at Nanke Chack Kathua. The motive of the confederation to conduct the camp was to spread awareness regarding the need of education mostly below poverty line families. Notebooks and stationery were also distributed among these school going children to encourage them to study. Their mothers were also present for the camp as they play an important role in student’s education. They were advised to spend few hours with their wards and help them sit and study. R K Kalsotra, State President Confederation who was chief guest of the education awareness camp while addressing the mothers said “Bache Padhao” and send all their eligible children to go to school to get enrolled and asked the mothers to spend at least 3-4 hours in a day regularly and sit with their children for studying. Kalsotra further said that before independence standard of education in India was very poor and only some religions were empowered to get and give education but after implementation of Indian Constitution every body has rights to get education and in majority those who get education their mothers played a great role in their children’s study as she ward and watch their wards to obtain good quality of education. Panch Gitanjali of the Panchyat, Social Worker Shub some mothers of the children’s and Parveen also addressed on the occasion and praised the Confederation for holding such a lessonfull camp. Roshan Ch., General Secy Confederation Unit Kathua appreciated the children and their mothers who takes parts in the camp and got education tips from Kalsotra and he thanked Kalsotra ji for giving Achi remarkable tips and also assured to continue holding the camps.
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