Honours girl students excelled in Class 12th exam
STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Women empowerment plays a key factor in achieving economic growth and social development and without it, the agenda of sustainable development cannot be fulfilled, said Priya Sethi, former Minister while felicitating girl students who excelled in Class 12th examinations in a function here, on Thursday. Kriti (Commerce Ist Position Shiksha Nitetan HSS, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu), Ritika Sharma (Arts Ist Position Shiksha Nitetan HSS, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu), Kritika Sharma (Medical Ist Position SP Smart School, Old City, Jammu), Anu Radha Devi (3rd Position SP Smart School, Old City, Jammu.), Jannat Akhter (Arts 5th Position SP Smart School, Old City, Jammu), Payal (6th Position Harshita Sharma 2nd Position), Harsheen Kour (Commerce 7th Position Shiksha Niketan), Arushi Gupta (Arts 8th Position SP Smart School, Old City, Jammu), Kashish Sawhney (Arts 8th Position SP Smart School, Old City, Jammu), Tanisha Jain (Home Science Ist Position GHSS Mubarak Mandi, Jammu), Shruti Dogra (Commerce 4th Position Kotwal National Institute), Muskan Gupta (Commerce 2nd Position NIIT School), Arushi Sharma (Art Distinction SD Memorial Kot Bhalwal), Bumika Verma (Non Medical 92.8% SD Memorial Kot Bhalwal), Sanskriti (Commerce 91% NIIT School), Anu Radha (Science 3rd Position Shiksha Niketan School), Divya Gupta and other meritorious girl students were felicitated on the occasion. Priya Sethi complemented the position holder girl students for their stupendous academic performance. She said that women play a crucial role in the contemporary world, be it nation building, defense or running household chores. She emphasized that women have outshined men in every filed. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been keen for uplift of the country’s women, which he proved by launching several women-friendly schemes including Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Scheme”. Sethi added, “We need to share collective action and responsibility for driving gender parity.” “Earlier, women folk was overlooked but now there is growing emphasis on incorporating women’s concerns, their voices were being heard and they are recognized as nation builders and flag bearers of nation’s development,” she asserted.
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