Army distributes computers in J&K schools
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Army distributes computers in J&K schools

The computers were distributed by the Army in the schools under its 'Operation Sadbhavana'.

india Updated: Aug 23, 2006 13:14 IST

The Army, with a mission towards spreading computer education in Jammu and Kashmir, has achieved yet another milestone by distributing computers to various government High Schools and Higher Secondary Schools in the state under 'Operation Sadbhavana'.

With this step the schools will now be able to impart computer education to their students.

Brig Manjit Singh Commander, Miran Sahib Brigade, handed over the computers worth Rs 3.5 lakh to Government High School, Dablehar, Government High School, Kirpind, Government Middle School, Tanda and Government Girls Middle School, Kotli Shadula on Tuesday.

Civil dignitaries present on the occasion included DK vaid Director Education, Jammu, GR Chaudhary, MLA, Suchetgarh and Ex-Minister of State for Rural Department, Motan, General Secretary PDP, Ghulam Navi Malik, Tehsildar, RS Pura and A Pathania Zonal Education Officer RS Pura.

The project has been installed under Operation Sadbhavna, a concept of Army vide which the endeavour is to supplement the efforts of the administration to meet the aspirations of the local populace.

The projects undertaken encompass varied spheres of work to include construction of school buildings, establishment of water pumps and construction of dispensaries. These projects have gone a long way in ameliorating the suffering of the people and filling up the void in the existing infrastructure.

First Published: Aug 23, 2006 13:14 IST