PULWAMA: Reading Room Classes (RRC) on Thursday organised a function here at Rajpora village of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district to felicitate meritorious students of Habba Khatoon talent hunt cum scholarships test.
A large number of students, their parents, senior citizens, professionals from different departments and teachers were present at the function.
The special guests include Firdous Wani, Academic Counsellor, Dr. Towseef Bhat, CEO Kawa Group, Shahid Khan, Trainer, Aadil Bhat, Educator and CEO DcodeFuture and
Rouf Khaliq, Public Speaker was present on the occasion.
Peerzada Salik of RRC told Kashmir Reader that around 500 students from 50 schools took part in the talent hunt cum scholarship test.
“Though we prepared a merit list, all of them will be felicitated,” he said, adding that Reading Room classes Pulwama is an initiative taken up by young, energetic teachers and supported by qualified doctors, engineers, administrative officers ,IT professionals, motivators and counselors.
“Our aim is to build a competitive culture by proper counselling and guidance at young,” he said, adding that they set up RRC to help poor, orphan and economically weaker students through counselling, mentorship, personality development IT and coding classes.
“We wish that education becomes accessible to all,” said
Naila Farhat, a student at RRC, who said that
students who come from economically weak families are given fee waivers.
” At coaching centres they will be asked to pay a huge amount, their hearts will not melt,” she said, adding that RRC helped her to undo the damages done by COVID.
Aayat Farooq, another girl student, said that they are counselled on career options at RRC from an early age.
She said that their parents are also involved in the counselling sessions.