Fostering and showcasing the artistic talent of our students is ‎vital for their holistic development Day UT Level Kala Utsav Concludes under Samagra Shiksha 159 Art Studios shall be established in 159 PM SHRI Schools on ‎pilot basis : Alok KumarFostering and showcasing the artistic talent of our students is ‎vital for their holistic development Day UT Level Kala Utsav Concludes under Samagra Shiksha 159 Art Studios shall be established in 159 PM SHRI Schools on ‎pilot basis : Alok Kumar

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‎ Dr. Tassaduq Hussain, Director School Education Kashmir, ‎Project Director Samagra Shiksha, Deep Raj, Director School ‎Education Jammu Ashok Kumar Sharma, Director Finance SED, ‎Iftikhar Hussain, Manisha Sareen, Secretary JK BOSE, Anu behl ‎Special Secretary Parshotam Kumar, JDP, Subha Mehta, JD SED, ‎graced the occasion besides, other officers Bilal Rashid Deputy Director ‎Planning, Jagdeep Padha, CEO Jammu, Mamta Sharma, Deputy Director(P), ‎Vikas Bhgati Personnel Officer, attended the 02 day’s cultural event ‎showcasing the extra ordinary talent of students of various schools ‎functioning across the UT. ‎
‎ Addressing the gathering, Project Director Samagra Shiksha ‎Deep Raj, said that, efforts are being made to encourage students to ‎participate in different Co-Curricular activities in addition to their regular ‎education so that they may popularize the names of their parents, areas ‎and regions and may become a source of inspiration for others.

While ‎talking about the programme, Mr. Deep Raj intimated around 4100 ‎Students from 1917 Schools of various areas participated in Kala-‎Utsav competitions across the UT and out of which 40 Students were ‎selected at UT level and among them, 20 have been selected for ‎National level, today by a team of judges belonging to various higher ‎Institutions linked with the Cultural promotion. The access of each and ‎every student to quality education is our priority and Samagra Shiksha is ‎committed to mobilise all its resources to attain this cherished goal ‎under the dynamic leadership of our Principal Secretary, Deep Raj ‎said. He assured that Samagra Shiksha will continue to facilitate such ‎programmes in future too. ‎
‎As per the News Agency Current News of India (CNI) Addressing in a glittering award ceremony function of UT level ‎Kala-Utsav- 2023, organised by Directorate of Samagra Shiksha J&K, ‎Alok Kumar, expressed the need of promoting art in education at ‎all levels. He said that efforts have been made, to improve the potential ‎of the Students participating in cultural events. ‎
‎ He reiterated that, there is need to recognise the importance of ‎aesthetics and artistic experiences for our students which play a major ‎role in creating awareness of the rich cultural heritage and the vibrant ‎diversity of our UT and the country”. While emphasising the need of ‎organising such programmes on regular basis at school level, Kumar ‎shared that the aim of Education is not only to preserve and transmit our ‎diverse cultural integrities to coming generation but its transformation is ‎far more significant. He maintained that, School education department is ‎providing better platforms to children for showcasing their talent in ‎different fields.‎

‎ He expressed his gratitude to all the participating ‎students for displaying their scintillating performances. He also ‎informed that, under the prestigious scheme PM SHRI Schools, Art ‎Studios shall be established to give a boost to the Cultural activities. ‎Such programmes provide platform for our budding youth to judge their ‎aptitude in comparison with the students of other parts of country” he ‎added. While highlighting the significance of art in the present era, ‎Kumar also praised the efforts of Teachers for their tireless work and ‎Samagra Shiksha team, for making Kala Utsav-2023 a grand success.‎
‎ Ashok Kumar Sharma, Director School Education Jammu, ‎extended his gratitude to all the students who participated in this year’s ‎Kala-Utsav at different levels. He also thanked the teachers, CEOs, ‎Cultural wings at District and Divisional level for their relentless efforts in ‎making this year’s event a grand success. Tassaduq Hussain, Director ‎School Edu. Kashmir, in his brief address stressed the need to up-bring ‎the potential of students in the field of art and culture at institutional ‎level. He stressed on the need of bringing awareness among masses ‎especially the parents, so that no child remains un-educated and ‎unattended. ‎

‎ At the end of the programme, awards were distributed among ‎runners and winning students (20 Nos) under various categories. ‎Aaradhya Sharma, DPS Udhampur, Sahil Mehra, BHSS Udhampur, Amaan ‎Ullah, G. D. Goenka, Daneesha Devi, GHSS BASANTGARH, Abeer DPS ‎Athwajan, Rubby, GGHS, Kathua, Ali Shabir,‎ DPS Athwajan, Anshika ‎Sharma, APS Janglot, Pragati Mishra APS kathua, Janveer Aryan,HSS ‎Boys Kishtwar, SOHIL JAVID GBHS Poonch, Anshika Sardalia, Brahmrishi ‎Bawra, Udhampur, Hyya Mallinson School, MOHD IMRAN GBHS ‎Poonch Poonch, Simran Verma GHSS Akhnoor, NUTAN SYAL, Himalayan ‎Education Mission, HSS RAJOURI, GMHSS Billawar, Narinder, GHS Khairi, ‎Syed Qabbad, BHSS Zadibal, Falak Naaz GHSS Magam got First ‎positions in 20 categories. ‎
‎ Among others who remained present during the event included, ‎Prem Nath, Ajeet Sharma, Vijay Sharma, Ashwani Sharma, DEPO, Mr. ‎Billoria, Mr. Ashok Dy. CEO, Dr. Naveen katoch (Nodal Officer) and other ‎officials of School Education Department. Bilal Rashid, Deputy Director ‎Planning, presented welcome address and Miss. Mahvish Goni conducted ‎the proceedings of the programme.

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