JKPSA organized 3-day workshop concludes

Excelsior Correspondent
UDHAMPUR, June 26: Three-day workshop, organized by the central body of J&K Private Schools Association at Kud, under the chairmanship of JKPSA president Kamal Gupta, concluded today.
General secretary of JKPSA Ajay Gupta briefed that this workshop was organized to listen the grievance and problems of low budget self financed school which are running in the far flung areas of Jammu division and rendering yeomen services by charging the meager fees.
On this occasion, president JKJCCPS of   Kashmir Chapter, Showkat Chowdhary was the special guest. More than 100 volunteers who are running private schools appealed to the Governor of the State N N Vohra to intervene and install a mechanism which is acceptable to all the stakeholders of Private Education sector to save this venture from harassment and extinction.
They also demanded uniform orders and formalities for Private schools on the same pattern as demanded by tutorials, coaching centers, hobby centers, tuition centers etc for granting recognition / permission because the nature of work and risk factor is same in all the cases.
Those who spoke on this occasion, included Rameshwar Mangi (vice president), Raj Dev Singh, Ram Parkash, Prithvi Raj Khokhar, Ajay Singh, O P  Chandail, Mohd  Tariq Parry, Kulwinder Singh, Shanti Bhushan, M Y  Manzar and others.