Electoral Awareness, Registration drive organized for students at GDC Marh
Jammu Links News11/29/2023

JAMMU: Special electoral awareness and Registration drive was today organized at Government Degree College Marh under the guidance of the college Principal Prof. Dr. Rakesh Kumar Koul.

All the BLOs of Marh block along with Election Cell officials interacted with the students. The team consisted of Rakesh Kumar, Trainer Election cell Marh; Bodh Raj, Supervisor Election cell; BLOs Ravi Kumar, Subhash Chander, Kehar Singh, Subhash Sharma, Suram Chand, Ashwani Sharma, Sanjeev Kumar, Durga Dass, Sunita Kumari, Vivek Sharma, tarsem Lal, Mohinder Paul, Deepak Sharma.

The team conducted on the spot registration of new voters, mostly college students. Abhay Singh Jamwal, student of sem I along with Varun Sem III and Lakhbir Semester V, actively coordinated in the program.

Dr Balwinder Saini highlighted the importance of enrollment of young voters in a democracy and informed the students about the documents required for registration as a voter.

Prof. Sachin Kumar presented formal vote , while the Programme was conducted and coordinated by Dr Balwinder Saini (H.O.D Chemistry, Incharge SVEEP) , Sachin kumar (HOD Political science NSS PO )and Ravi Kumar HOD Physical Education Department.

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