Moral, ethical education must for child’s overall development: Raina

J&K BJP president Ravinder Raina felicitating girl students excelled in Class 12th examinations

JAMMU: J&K BJP president Ravinder Raina today said that the moral and ethical education is must for child’s overall development besides academic and professional competence. He congratulated the meritorious students for excelling in their respective fields and said that the nation is proud of their excellent results.
Raina alongwith BJP General Secretary (Org) Ashok Kaul; Priya Sethi, former Minister and Sanjita Dogra J&K BJP Mahila Wing president were felicitating girl students who excelled in Class 12th examinations, during a function held at Party Headquarters Jammu. BJP Vice-President Anuradha Charak, Secretary Veenu Khanna, Co-Convenor Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, Rekha Manhas, Gurmeet Randhawa & Rekha Sharma were also present on the occasion.

Ravinder Raina, in his address, appreciated the level of effort put by the student in their studies for getting the excellent results. He put the equal onus on the shoulders of the parents and the teachers for nurturing the children with the right attitude. He said that children in their growth years must be fed with strong emotions. He appreciated the level of confidence of the children, while they shared their thoughts. He gave the examples of great persons to the meritorious girls, like Rani Laxmi Bai and asked all to follow their footsteps.
Ashok Kaul said that new generation must also have interest in the National and social happenings. Young ones have the duty to take the Nation forward on development path in the future.
Former Minister Priya Sethi said that women play a crucial role in the contemporary world, be it nation building, defence or running household chores. She emphasized that women have outshined men in every filed.
The former minister said that there are several women icons belonging to J&K namely DC Jammu Sushma Chauhan, noted Poet and Novelist, Padma Sachdeva, noted singer Sonali Dogra, Anjali Sharma, former Director Radio Kashmir Jammu Ruveda Salan IPS ,and so many others who have testimony to the fact that they are second to none and can achieve highest mark in their life.
Sanjita Dogra, in her address, said that respect for women is not a new thing but it forms core of the Indian cultural legacy and it needs to be sustained and preserved. “In our country, we worship girls after every six months during the Holy Navratras. The concept of women empowerment marks the paradigm shift in the course of development of the nation which we need to promote and strengthen further,” she added.
The meritorious girl students who were felicitated on the occasion included Kriti, Ritika Sharma, Kritika Sharma, Anu Radha Devi, Jannat Akhter, Payal, Harshita Sharma, Harsheen Kour, Arushi Gupta, Kashish Sawhney, Tanisha Jain, Shruti Dogra, Muskan Gupta, Arushi Sharma, Bumika Verma, Sanskriti, Anu Radha and Divya Gupta.