Friday, 2 December 2011

Army distributes books, computers among students

AKHNOOR: A ceremony was conducted by Indian Army under OP SADBHAVANA at Govt Higher Secondary School, Khour in Akhnoor tehsil to distribute educational, motivational, historical books and computers with workstation to various schools of Khour Block.  
The Army once again took the opportunity to reiterate its pledge of providing continued support, guidance and assistance to the students.  The Army also motivated the youth who were present during the ceremony and encouraged them to join the Indian Army. 

Inter school interaction programme at Pinewood School Hamirpur

HAMIRPUR: In consonance with the objectives of Operation Sadbhavana the Indian Army through their “Good Will Schools” has been making a sincere and dedicated effort to provide quality education and all round development to the children belonging to the under privileged sections of society in far flung areas of Jammu and Kashmir.
In furtherance of this objective “Pine Wood School”, Hamirpur under the aegis of the Bhimber Gali Brigade organized an inter school sports and cultural festival from      29 Nov 11 to 02 Dec 11.  A number of local schools from Poonch and Rajouri district participated in the event.
The aim of the interaction programme was to foster a healthy environment of competition and encourage talent.  

Army organises national integration tour for ladies

UDHAMPUR: Under aegis of 7 Sector RR/ Kilo Force a National Integration tour was organized by 6 RR Bn(SIKH) for ladies of Ramhal Block. Often overlooked in routine tour projects, the unit took the onus to organize this tour exclusively for ladies. 
The tour comprised of twenty ladies from different walks of life who had been carefully selected from over hundred aspirants of Ramhal region. Tour was flagged off by Commander, 7 Sector Rashtriya Rifles from Phorupet on 21st Nov 2011. 


 LEH: Project Himank, aptly known as ‘Mountain Tamers’ was raised on 04 Dec 1985 at Leh exclusively for the development of road communication in Ladakh region, which, till 1960 was connected with the rest of India only by mule tracks.

“The Mountain Tamers” became the pathfinders in the land of “Mountains and Monks.” The tough terrain, hard rocks, jagged snow clad peaks and sub zero temperatures were the challengers that the Pioneers of Himank thrived on.  Selfless and dedicated efforts of these pioneers, as well as those who followed, have made Project Himank a respected name, not only in Ladakh, but in rest of the country too. 

Army organizes tour for Moulvis of Bandipur

BANDIPUR: An Educational tour for Moulvis of Bandipur District, J&K being organized by  3 MADRAS Regiment of 81 Mountain Brigade under the aegis of Headquarters Counter Insurgency Force (Kilo) was  flagged off by Mr Nizamuddin Bhatt, MLA Bandipur and Brigadier Anil Puri, Commander 81 Mountain Brigade in a grand function at Chatarnar play ground amidst dignitaries from political, civil administration, education, Police and Army.