J&K LG Interacts With Students From Assam

Says Student Exchange Program Will Connect Divine Energy Of Brahmaputra And Vitasta

Observer News Service

Jammu- The Union Territory Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha said on Saturday that the student exchange program provides a strong base for national composite identity and allows the young generation of both Assam and Jammu and Kashmir to learn & share values and experiences.

Sinha made these remarks while interacting with a group of 30 students from Higher education institutions of Assam visiting J&K under “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” initiative.

Interacting with the students, Sinha extended his best wishes for their exploratory journey across UT to explore its culture, heritage, literature & cuisine and to strengthen the emotional bonds between the people of J&K and Assam.

He said that the student exchange program, part of Yuva Sangam, will connect the divine energy of Brahmaputra and Vitasta, provide a strong base for national composite identity and it will allow the young generation of both Assam & J&K to learn & share values and experiences.

“Despite the distance of 2500 kilometres between Jammu and Guwahati, students will find here the same ancient spiritual and cultural richness for which Assam has been known since ages. This is the true celebration of the diversity as well as unity of the Nation,” the LG said.

During their one-week tour of Jammu Kashmir the students will visit various places including Raghunath temple, Suchetgarh Border, Chenab Rail Bridge, Historical Pahari architecture.

The students were accompanied by Manoj Singh Gaur, Director, IIT Jammu and their coordinators.

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