Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Police in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (JKEDI) organized a career counseling session at District Police Lines Shopian.
A good number of unemployed youth of Shopian district participated in the programme. At the outset of the programme, SSP Shopian Shri Shriram Ambarkar welcomed all the participants, the Police statement said.
District officer JKEDI Shopian delivered a lecture in which he elaborated various government sponsored schemes with regard to self employment. He also cleared the doubts raised by some of the participants. The participants were advised to avail the benefits of the schemes by establishment of their business units.
SSP Shopian assured the youth that every possible assistance will be provided to them and such programmes will be organized in future also. This is a regular feature of Shopian Police to channelise the energy of youth in a constructive way.
Jammu: Jammu Printers Association (Regd) organized a programme to mark 37th year of its inception in which Speaker Legislative Assembly, Kavinder Gupta was the chief guest.
Ex-President AIFMP, Mr. Kamal Chopra, was the guest of honour on the occasion.
Vice President North, Mohinder Singh, Treasurer AIFMP, Ashwani Gupta and Sohail Kazmi eminent journalist and member JPA were present on the occasion.
The programme started with technical session by Prof. Chopra highlighting the problems being faced by the printers and brainstorming session to find viable solutions to them.
While addressing the gathering, Kavinder Gupta dwelt on the importance of printing in our day to day life and also shared his experiences.
Another unique feature was honoring 4 children of printers for excellence in diverse fields. It was after a gap of 7 years that spouses of printers were have attended the function.
Former President, Adarsh Pal Gupta also spoke on the occasion and appreciated former presidents, office bearers of the association and the sponsors of the event.