Lt Governor participates in the annual day celebration of Devki Arya Putri Pathshala, Srinagar

Lt Governor participates in the annual day celebration of Devki Arya Putri Pathshala, Srinagar The School, started in 1910, played a pivotal role in providing education to girls from underprivileged sections of society: Lt Governor School has ensured greater access to quality education to students: LG Excellence and inclusion is the key to lay foundation of J&K's future. There is need for a new thinking in school education, says LG Scientific temper of the students must be developed and one-to-one mentoring encouraged to generate curiosity & creativity: LG SRINAGAR, AUGUST 20: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha attended the annual day celebration today at Devki Arya Putri Pathshala, Srinagar. Speaking on the occasion, the Lt Governor observed that the school, started in 1910, played a pivotal role in providing education to girls from underprivileged sections of society. The school has ensured greater access to quality education to students. Stressing that excellence and inclusion is the key to lay the foundation of J&K's future, the Lt Governor said there is need for a new thinking in school education. Scientific temper of the students must be developed and one-to-one mentoring should be encouraged to generate curiosity and creativity. Intelligent, reflective and compassionate students would become the engine of innovation & development in all fields, the Lt Governor said. Lauding the indispensable role of womenfolk, the Lt Governor stressed that the new generation needs to know that the women of Jammu and Kashmir have contributed in many areas of nation-building. At the time of tribal invasion, women played a very important role in keeping the people together, he added. The Lt Governor also recalled Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, and said that he was a pioneer of women's empowerment and women's education, and believed that women of our country are not less than men in any form and they should be respected as much as men. The Lt Governor observed that in the post-independence years, women were deprived of their rights due to draconian laws. Right to Education was applicable in the whole country but it was not implemented in Jammu and Kashmir. After August 2019, the situation changed and it was made applicable along with all 890 central laws, he further said. Highlighting the interventions in the education sector of the UT, the Lt Governor said, in the last two years, efforts have been made to provide quality education to the children. Under the 'Aao School Chalein Campaign', in the last one year, UT administration

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