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IASOWA celebrates Gandhi Jayanti at Middle School Astanpora

SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 03: IAS Officers Wives Association (IASOWA) under the presidentship of Dr Amita Mehta today held a programme to celebrate Gandhi Jayanta at a Government Middle School here in the peripheries of Srinagar.
During the function the speakers highlighted the different life aspects of Gandhi Ji. They explained to students the virtues of truth and honesty with the help of real life events of the father of the nation. They beckoned the students to emulate the teachings of Gandhi Ji regarding the truth and Non-Violence in order to live a successful life.
On the occasion Dr Mehta, President IASOWA along with Administrative Secretary, Mining, Rashmi Singh; Director, Family Welfare, Tabasum Jabeen; members of association namely Rajini Sinha; Savita Alok, Ruchi Gupta; Dr Menisha; Mehak Shahid were also present.
They distributed the stationary and sports gear among the students. Created awareness about the life and teachings of Gandhi Ji among the students. Advised them to live by these teachings to adopt better lifestyle and choices in life. They also urged them to popularize these among their friends and acquaintances. They also planted saplings in the school premises for its beautification and environmental protection.
The officers who coordinated this event includes Chief Education Officer (CEO), Srinagar, Dy CEO, Srinagar, ZEO, Nishat besides other teachers, students and staff of the school.

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