Kashmir Records | Karnataka educational institution to provide free education to children of Kashmiri Pandits

New Delhi: An educational institution in Karnataka has announced that it will provide free education to the children of Kashmiri Pandits who have been displaced from their home country and settled elsewhere in the country.Also Read – ATMA 2022 Result Declared: Here’s How To Check The Score On atmaaims.com

Subramanya Nattoj, the organizer of Ambika Mahavidyalaya in Puttur taluk of Dakshina Kannada district, made the announcement during a press conference on Saturday. Nattoj said he was moved by the plight of the Kashmiri pundits after seeing the movie ‘The Kashmir Files’. Also Read – 2022 French Open Semi-Final Live Updates: Nadal Takes On No.3 Zverev For A Ticket To The Final

Nattoj traveled to Jammu and after studying their situation took the decision to provide free education to the children of all displaced Kashmiri Pandits. Also Read – Declare ‘Samrat Prithviraj’ tax-free in his hometown of Rajasthan, netizens demand

He came up with a plan to provide free education from sixth form through graduation to Kashmiri students. He also announced a free hostel for them.

The cost of educating a student at the institution will be around Rs 80,000 and the facilities to be provided will cost Rs 50,000 per year. All of these will be provided free of charge to the children of Kashmiri Pandits, he said.

Nattoj said four children of Kashmiri pundits have already been admitted to the institution.

Janice G. Ball