Jammu – Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation, Raman Bhalla, has said that Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) is playing a vital role in promoting the Indian culture and ethos besides developing a spirit of patriotism among youth.
This was stated by the Minister while addressing a large gathering of students at a State Level National Group Song competition in Hindi and Sanskrit organised by J&K Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) at Govt College for Women, Gandhi Nagar, here on Saturday.
State President, BVP, Dr. D R Kotwal, Vice President, Arun Sharma, Principal GCW Gandhi Nagar, Prof. Kiran Bakshi, senior announcer AIR Madhvi Sharma besides J S Nagpal, Vijat Sharma, Dr. Santosh Gupta, Convenor and Former Principal GCW, Parade, Prof. Vijay Lakshmi and students of various schools and colleges were present on the occasion.
Appreciating the efforts of BVP for organising such cultural programmes in educational institutions, Bhalla said that these events help preservation of our culture and traditions thus passing it to the next generations. He asked the teaching fraternity to also focus on moral and extracurricular education besides imparting quality education to the students.
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