Nurturing talent at most tender age challenging: Rana

GJ REPORT
JAMMU, JUL 28: National Conference Provincial President and MLA Nagrota Devender Singh Rana today stressed the need for provision of the best quality education to the upcoming generations with special emphasis on the coverage of the children of weaker segments of society.
“The government and the private sector engaged in imparting education have bounden duty and primary obligation to help secure educational future of students by providing them with maximum opportunities of gaining knowledge”, Rana said while inaugurating third centre of Little Millennium, a leading pre-school chain in India, at Trikuta Nagar, here.
Prominent among those present at the grand inaugural ceremony were, P K Sharma, Chairman, Akhila Magotra, Chief Learning Officer Little Millennium and Kokil Jain Learning Officer and team of facilitators of the school.
Rana said that nurturing the talent at a tender age is one of the most challenging as well as rewarding experience as these initial years lay the foundation of a holistic individual in the future.
Rana also felicitated the participants of Cute Baby Contest held online by Little Millennium and handed over the awards to winners.
Later, he also took keen interest in the Cognitive, Socio Emotional, fine and Gross Motor areas of the centre and congratulated the team for bringing in place all modern facilities and innovative support to make learning a fun experience for children.
Earlier, Akhila Magotra in her welcome address described Devender Singh Rana as a leader with professional and humanitarian approach.
Magotra presented a brief resume’ of the operations of Little Millennium in Jammu. The function ended with a vote of thanks by Kokil Jain, Learning Officer and Centre Head.