Army organises free tuition for Kashmiri students

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SRINAGAR: Indian Army on Thursday announced that it has been organising free tuitions classes for needy students in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

“In a distinct initiative, army based at Baramulla established a meaningful connect with the youth of Baramulla by organising free tuition classes for needy students of Class 10 to 12 at various Schools of Baramulla District,” a defence spokesman said here.

“The aim of conducting tuition classes is to provide free education to needy children of the far flung areas in order to create better future prospects for the students.”

“General Officer Commanding of 19 Division, Major General Jai Singh Nain motivated the children to dream big and also urged the parents and teachers to aim at holistic development of students thereby facilitating them to become worthy citizens of the country.”

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