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Teachers’ Day celebrated with enthusiasm at EduHUB Institute – Jammu Voice

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Jammu : The role of a teacher in building the civilized society was hailed during the teacher’s day celebrations held today at EduHUB Institute,Canal Road Jammu . Teachers Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of India’s first vice president Sarvpalli Shri Randhakrishnan.


The Director of EduHUB Institute Mr.Rumit Gupta hailed the day as an opportunity to recall the services of the teachers to the society.Sumit Gupta Commerce Head at EduHUB Insitute congratulated and thanked the students for holding a function  where students performed exclusively for the teachers and also organized games for teachers.
Enthusiasm and festivity marked the teacher’s day celebration at EduHUB .The Institute was gripped with fervour as the students made the day a memorable experience for the teachers. It was the time for both students and teachers to look back, got inspired by Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and his principles and pay tribute to this great visionary, philosopher and educationist said Director Rumit Gupta.Students who played a pivotal role in the arrangements include Ujjwal Ghai,Shalini Slathia and Rohini.

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In Valley, tuition centres shut for 90 days

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Syed Altaf Bukhari, Minister of Education, on Sunday ordered closure of all private coaching centres across Kashmir for 90 days in view of the ongoing protests against the Kathua rape-murder case.
The minister said after deliberations with principals and other officials concerned, the government had come to a conclusion that private coaching centres were a distraction for students.
“We will come up with the formal order in the next few days,” the minister said.
“Principals of schools say quality education is suffering because of these centres. If students have any issue, they can talk to their school authorities. Schools provide best education to students,” the minister said.
He also appealed to parents to counsel their children against holding protests.
The minister made the announcement while chairing a meeting of chief education officers, zonal education officers and principals of higher secondary schools regarding the current academic scenario.
An official present at the meeting said action would be taken against centres that do not obey the order.
“This is being done so that students do not take to the streets. The minister ordered that the instructions should be passed on to all district administrations. He also asked the Department of School Education to make a list of teachers who are working in private coaching centres,” the official said.
He said the decision has been taken in view of widespread student protests over the Kathua rape-murder case, which has been affecting the smooth functioning of educational institutions.
On Saturday, the minister advised protesting students to “control their emotions” and resume their classes.
The minister had warned that if the present situation continued, the state government would be forced to close down educational institutions. “The security of students is our paramount concern,” he had said.

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Jammu: Man dies as cylinder explodes at his shop

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Jammu, Apr 21: A man was killed after an LPG gas cylinder exploded at his shop in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said on Saturday.

“The shop gutted due to LPG cylinder blast at Kandari Nalla in Doda on Friday night.
Owner of the shop, (‘dhaba’), identified as Angrez Singh, resident of Doda died in the blast.
“, they said.

Police have registered a case.

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Kathua rape, murder case: Clashes continue in Kashmir

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Security forces on Saturday burst teargas shells to disperse the demonstrators, including students, at some places in Kashmir valley, protesting against rape and brutal murder of an eight-year-old girl at Kathua in Jammu.

Scores of youth hit the streets at main town Sopore in north Kashmir district of Baramulla, demanding death penalty for culprits in Kathua case.

However, when the youth tried to take out a protest march, security forces deployed in the area stopped them from moving ahead.
As the demonstrators didn’t back down, security forces burst teargas shells to disperse the protestors, who pelted stones.

Meanwhile, clashes erupted between security forces and students, who took to streets at Chadoora in central Kashmir district of Budgam and protested against the Kathua incident.

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