ABVP Jammu Kashmir submits a Memorandum to Union Education Minister, Outlining demands for Education Sector in Jammu Kashmir

Chhatrashakti Desk

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) Jammu Kashmir delegation today submit a memorandum to Union Education Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, detailing crucial demands for the education sector in the region.

ABVP State Secretary Akshi Billowria said that memorandum encapsulates a series of key concerns and recommendations aimed at fostering the growth and development of the education sector in Jammu Kashmir. ABVP highlighted critical issues such as infrastructural improvements in educational institutions, enhancement of teaching quality, provisions for digital learning infrastructure and the necessity for increased educational access across remote areas of the region.

ABVP emphasized the urgent need for greater attention and resources directed towards elevating the standard of education in the region. They stressed the importance of ensuring a conducive and enabling environment for students, educators and educational institutions to thrive.

ABVP demands to provide well established and proper infrastructure in Central University of Jammu and Kashmir, Setting up of National Law University at Jammu at earliest, Opening of Cluster based university in Hilly terrains of Jammu Kashmir i.e., In Doda, Kishtwar, Ramban Belt and Rajouri, Poonch Belt so as to make Education accessible to remotest areas.

ABVP is of the firm opinion to open residential schools in border areas so that the education of the wards living nearby border areas couldn’t get suffered and also demands to take proactive steps in strengthening Kendriya Vidyalayas in far flung areas and demands to upgrade the infrastructure of these schools as these are being run in rental accomodation and that too in 3-4 rooms which hampers the effective learning outcome.

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National Secretary Ghulam Mustafa Ali said, ABVP express confidence that the memorandum would draw the attention of the Union Education Minister and the concerned authorities and urges them to take proactive measures to address these pressing issues in the education sector of Jammu Kashmir.

National Secretary Ghulam Mustafa Ali, State President ABVP Dr. Ajay Sharma, State Secretary Akshi Billowria, National Convener Students For Sewa Muskaan Anand, Special Invitee in NEC Dr Permendr Singh, State Organising Secretary Tilak Thakur are part of this delegation.