‘Art, artisans’ assets of the humanity’
Lauds JKSDM for remarkable work
SRINAGAR, MAY 13: Calling young innovators and artisans’ future of tomorrow, Minister for Finance, Labour and Employment Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukharitoday said that skills have no religion and it sans borders.
Speaking at the valedictory function of two-day first ever Skill-Innovation-
“Our young boys and girls need to excel and we all must come forward to help and help them excel in their respective crafts,” he said.
“We should also understand that we are born with some purpose and we must contribute to the best possible way to help our society and community to grow in all respects,” he said.
He urged the young innovators to remain steadfast and serve the humanity at large.
“Art and artisans don’t belong to any particular community. They are assets of the humanity,” he said.
“We must be proud of our crafts and craftsmen. We have some remarkable art forms and we must be happy to celebrate them,” he added. Bukhari also lauded the role the role of Jammu and Kashmir Skill Development Mission (JKSDM) for roping in young innovators and providing them a platform.
The valedictory function was also attended by Minister of IT, Technical Education, Punjab, Charnjeet Singh Channi, and Chief Secretary, BB Vyas, while as Minister for of IT, Technical & Higher Education & Chairman, Governing Council JKSDM, Molvi Imran Raza Ansari hosted the guests.
The maiden conclave TALAASH was themed as “Building Human Capital: Skill-Innovation-
During two-day conclave various aspects Skill-Innovation-
The first ever Skill-Innovation-