Dy Mayor expresses concern over poor condition of GHS Satwari

Dy Mayor Baldev Singh Billawaria inaugurating an Ayurvedic camp at Shiv Nagar, Jammu on Sunday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Mar 26: Baldev Singh Billawaria, Deputy Mayor Jammu visited the Government High School Old Satwari and took stock of the poor condition of the School, here today.
He found that there are only five classrooms as compared to the 11 rooms that the School should have, along with a library and classroom teachers room that are all housed in the same room.
The Deputy Mayor expressed his concern over the condition of the School and assured that their genuine demands will be addressed soon. He stated that the School should be repaired and upgraded as soon as possible so that the students can get a better learning environment.
He also directed the authorities to take necessary steps to ensure that the school is made functional and comfortable for the students.
The Dy. Mayor also discussed the development works with the Principal and other staff of the School and said that the development of educational infrastructure was a priority for the administration, and that the construction of the new building would provide better facilities to the students.
“We are committed to working with all stakeholders to realize this dream,” he said, adding that he is committed to providing the necessary resources to ensure that the youth of Jammu have the skills and knowledge that they need to succeed in their chosen fields.
Billawaria assured the School staff of all possible support from the Municipal Corporation and said that the Municipal Corporation would continue to work for the upliftment of the educational infrastructure in the city.
Later, the Dy. Mayor and president Nat Manch and Incharge Cultural Cell BJYM J&K, Tarun Sharma inaugurated a free Ayurvedic medical aid camp at Lord Mahavira Playway School Shiv Nagar, which was organized by the Nat Manch in association with Lord Mahavira Playway School.
Around 200 people were examined and free medicines were also distributed among the people.
Dr Amardeep and Dr Ashia, Naib Sarpanch Avtar Singh Chib, Panch Parshotam Singh, Bhushan Kumar, Harpal Singh, Panch Mitlesh Kumari and many others were present during the camp.