CBC launches two-day prog on ‘Viksit Bharat’ in Batote

Excelsior Correspondent
RAMBAN, Mar 6: The Central Bureau of Communication (CBC), Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, Field Office Doda, inaugurated a two-day photo exhibition at Government Model Higher Secondary School, Batote in Ramban. The exhibition, themed around “Viksit Bharat, Swachh Bharat Mission, Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat, Mission Life & Agnipath Scheme,” aimed to showcase the developmental initiatives undertaken by the government and promote awareness about various schemes among the masses.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by the esteemed presence of District Information Officer Ramban, Mohd. Ashraf Wani who was the chief guest. Also present were Principal of Host School, Dev Raj Bhagat and Vikram Uppal, in charge of CBC Doda Circle from the organizing department.
Expert lectures were delivered by distinguished individuals including Dr. Rajesh Kotwal from the Health Department, Hafiz from the Agriculture Department, and senior lecturer, Ayub Mir on the theme “Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat.” Satish Singh Official of 23RR Rajput Rifles, also shared valuable insights.
In his address, the DIO emphasized the significance of various centrally sponsored schemes aimed at uplifting communities and their development across the nation. He said these schemes are instrumental in addressing crucial aspects of our society, ranging from healthcare, agriculture, education, cleanliness, to livelihood enhancement. Through effective implementation and awareness initiatives aim to ensure that the benefits of these schemes reach every segment of society, especially those in remote and marginalized areas.
Earlier, Vikram Uppal delivered the welcome address, providing a brief overview of the CBC department’s initiatives and objectives. He said that the photo exhibition stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts of CBC Doda and its commitment to fostering development, promoting cleanliness, and building a stronger, healthier, and more prosperous India.