JKBOSE officials during the workshop at Jammu.
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JAMMU: Three-day workshop for review of text books of Dogri from Class I to VIII, and XI and XII organised by CDR Wing-JD, JKBOSE concluded here on Sunday.
The workshop was inaugurated by Professor Veena Pandita, Chairperson J&K BOSE on January 17, who impressed upon the participating subject experts of Dogri that they should thoroughly go through the existing syllabus and text books of Dogri and then recommend the required changes in the syllabus and accordingly develop the textbooks after having detailed deliberations and discussions taking into consideration standard and quality of the content. Besides they should ensure that nothing contradictory has been kept in the textual material developed by them.
The subject experts who participated in the workshop were Dr Archana Kesar, Department of Dogri University of Jammu, Retd Professor Veena Gupta, Department of Dogri University of Jammu, Dr Joginder Singh, Assistant Professor in Dogri MAM College Jammu, Dr Om Goswami, Retd Additional Secretary, Cultural Academy, Dr Gian Singh Retired Chief Editor Dogri, Cultural Academy, Dr Bansi Lal Retd.10+2 Principal, Dr Ashok Khajuria Retd 10+2 Principal, Dr Sushma Rani, Senior Lecturer in Dogri, DSE Jammu, Keemat Raj, M.S Abdullah Teacher Basti Ramgarh Samba and Dr Keemat Raj, Teacher GMS Parthyal, Vijaypur Samba.
The workshop was organised under the guidance and supervision of Dr Farooq Ahmad Peer, Director Academics, J and K BOSE, Rehari Jammu.
Besides Dr Yaisr Hamid Sirwal AD-JD, Rajinder Singh Sen, Suresh Kumar Gouria and Ranjeet Singh Manhas, Academic Officers -JD, JKBOSE and Sajad Hussain and Dil Raj Kour, Academic Assistants, JKBOSE were also present.
The workshop was coordinated by Dr Anuradha Sharma, Academic Officer-JD, JKBOSE.
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