Lt Governor dedicates 120 feet high national flag to the nation in Pulwama

The tricolor is a symbol of one nation, one spirit and one identity. lieutenant governor
The Lieutenant Governor laid the foundation stone of District Youth Centre, District Youth Library, Counseling Center for Competitive Examinations, Rural BPO and ITeS Academy.
Pulwama/18 September 2022 AD
Lt Governor Manoj Sinha dedicated the 120 feet high national flag to the nation in Pulwama today. He unfurled the tricolor and received a guard of honor at the Money Secretariat, Pulwama. The Lt Governor said that the tricolor is a symbol of a nation, a feeling and an identity. On this occasion, the Lieutenant Governor laid the foundation stone of various youth oriented projects. District Youth Center at a cost of Rs 9.11 crore, District Youth Library at a cost of Rs 4 crore, District Youth Library at a cost of Rs 2 crore, Counseling Center for Competitive Examinations at a cost of Rs 1 crore under Youth Engagement Minute Program Mission under TSP of Youth, Rural B. Establishment of PO and ITOS Academy at a cost of Rs.2 crore and exit at a cost of Rs.11.63 lakh. Construction of Youth Club cum Coffee Shop and Public Park at Pulwama. The Lt. Governor said that the new initiative aims at empowering the youth. To create, enable self-development, sharpen skills and help them fulfill their dreams. He said that the District Youth Center would provide modern facilities for sports, entertainment and skill development to the youth. He said that on completion of District Youth Library, local youth would get better educational support and facilities like reading space, book bank, digital library, smart classroom and discussion room. Our top priority is to provide education and prepare them to be the leaders of the future. preference. He further said that the counseling center would act as a one-stop shop for the aspirants of the competitive examinations conducted by UPSC and JKPSC. The Lt Governor further said that the 100-seat rural BPO in Pulwama. And along with ITN Built Service Academy (ITES) a 30 seat training academy is being set up which will provide direct employment to young boys and girls of Pulwama district and girls and training academy of Pulwama district is growing rapidly. TES will create a new talent pool for the region. Addressing the youth present in large numbers, the Lieutenant Governor urged them to follow the right path leading to development and nation building. Youth have the potential and power to revolutionize and change the world. He said that all youth should work. Let us together resolve to defeat evil intentions to build a fear free, bribe free, drug free and job oriented J&K and neighboring country.
The Lieutenant Governor said that human resource has an important role in our integrated action plan for Jammu and Kashmir and only by developing its core potential, we can build a modern society.
He appreciated the efforts of Mission Youth in promoting youth engagement, creative leadership and providing a right vehicle for youth development and prosperity.
The Lieutenant Governor mentioned that under the “Sambhav” programme, 4,482 young boys and girls of Jammu and Kashmir have been given mini-commercial vehicles and have provided employment to others besides being self-reliant.
He said that under the “Tejaswini” programme, 3,500 women have been provided financial assistance of Rs 100 crore to fulfill their dream of becoming an entrepreneur. Tejaswini has also provided employment opportunities to around 50,000 other women and men. He further said that programs like Varaza, Rise to Gather, Super 75 are changing the lives of lakhs of youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Lt Governor also urged the youth to join the efforts of the Union Territory Government of Jammu and Kashmir to eradicate bribery from Jammu and Kashmir. Notify by sending message to WhatsApp number.
Provincial Commissioner Kashmir Pandurang K Pole, ADGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar, CEO Mission Youth Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, DIG (DKR Range) Abdul Jabbar, Provincial Commissioner Pulwama Bashirul Haq Choudhary and PRI Member N, high officials of civil administration. And a large number of people including the police department were present.