Baramulla: A Zonal committee under the banner of Private Schools Association of Jammu and Kashmir (PSAJK) was been formed for three zones of Baramulla district with an aim to look into the local issues and speed up the response time to any grievance and other problems.
The committee was formed after a meeting of stakeholders of private schools of Zone Pattan, Singpora and Nihal Pora was convened at Pioneer Institute of Learning N H Hanjiwera. The meeting was attended by all the schools representatives of the respective zones and PSAJK founder members Mohammed Akbar Dar besides others. The meeting discussed various local issues of the concerned schools and the best possible way to deal with the current situation.
It was unanimously felt that a coordination Committee at local level shell be constituted under the banner of PSAJK for addressing local issues of urgent nature. In the meeting full confidence was expressed on the leadership of G N Var President PSAJK. “In the meeting the role of some miscreants in the area was also discussed who are trying their utmost to derail the PSAJK, but their efforts will yield no results as we are united and shall remain in future also,” said a PSAJK spokesperson.
After discussing the issues a coordination Committee of three zones of Pattan, Singpora and Nihalpora was constituted. Mohammad Akbar Dar of Hanfia Modal School Warpora Pattan will be the Chairman of the committee. Mohammad Yosuf Shah of Lal E Aarifa Memorial Springdales Public School Palhallan Pattan as Vice Chairman. GN Wani of Pioneer Institute as Secretary. Bashir UR Rehman of Noble Mission Wanigam Pattan as Publicity Secretary and Ali Mohammad of New Light Hanji will act as Cashier of the committee.
While appreciating the role of founding members Var said that the aim of the PSAJK is to bring democracy of decisions and devolution of powers to the lowest level. “We want every stakeholder to participate in the functioning of education sector. We value everybody’s opinion and ideas and together we can overcome the present challenge and continue to provide quality education to hundreds of thousands of students in each and every corner of Kashmir,” said Var.