‘JK youth second to none in talent’
JAMMU, DEC 21 – Minister for Public Works, Naeem Akhtar visited the residence of Ms Kashyap Neha Pandita in her tenement at Jagti migrant camp here today. Ms Neha recently qualified the Kashmir Administrative Services (KAS) examination.
Giving credit to her family for the success, the Minister said that family support is key to success of a child and it is important that girls are given the conducive environ to excel and achieve success in life.
The Minister said her selection will encourage others from the community to work hard for achieving their dreams.
Appreciating the role and contribution of Kashmiri Pandit community in the administration, the Minister asked the youth of the community to learn from the courage and commitment that she has exhibited in achieving her goal in spite of facing numerous odds in her life.
Saying that youth of state are second to none in talent, the Minister said it is just a matter of determination and making use of available opportunities to achieve desired goals.
Giving her the blessings, the Minister hoped that she will render meritorious services towards the state and leave her mark in the administration.
Neha has done Masters in Organic Chemistry and Bachelor’s Degree in Education