Jaipur: About 300 students from Jammu and Kashmir, who have been selected to attend various higher education courses at Mewar University in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, were given a warm farewell by the Indian Army at a function in Sher-e-Islami. I-Kashmir International Conference Center (SKICC) in Srinagar on Tuesday.

The chief guest on the occasion was Lieutenant General DP Pandey of GOC China Corps.

In collaboration with Mewar University, the Indian Army has tried to provide quality education to meritorious but disadvantaged youth in Jammu and Kashmir through the ‘Sadbhavana’ program.


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Mewar University offers a variety of courses, ranging from BTech in Civil, Mechanical, Computer Science, IT and Electronics and Communication; B.Pharm and BSc in Cardiac Care, Ophthalmology, Dialysis, Radio and Imaging Technology, Agriculture, Horticulture and Forestry; Diploma in Med Lab and first aid patient care among others.

In order to empower meritorious students and reduce the financial burden earned on families, the Indian Army and Mewar University have formulated a supportive scholarship program.

Pandey handed over a check for Rs 100 on behalf of Northern Command headquarters. Mewar University chairman Ashok Kumar Gadia received Rs 2.5 crore

Addressing the students, Pandey encouraged them to take advantage of their opportunities and become productive citizens of the society. He emphasized the importance of a good academic platform and teaching staff, which is being provided by Mewar University in the current example.

He lauded the efforts of Mewar University under the management of Ashok Kumar Gadia. The GOC interacts with past and present Kashmiri students of the university and urges them to inspire the present batch to pass not only in studies but also in other co-curricular activities.

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