Srinagar, 17 Nov 2021: The first batch of Army HPCL Kashmir Super 50 (Medical) was inaugurated by the Lt Gen D P Pandey, GOC Chinar Corps today. The erstwhile Kashmir Super 30 (Medical) has been expanded to include 20 girls who will undergo the 12 month coaching for entrance examinations of various medical streams.
The girls apart from receiving educational coaching will also be provided with additional facilities of library, computer lab, mess, restrooms etc at the centre itself. Hi-tech classrooms have been prepared separately for them and state of the art facilities have been created to provide them the best environment for their studies.
The project Army HPCL Kashmir Super 50 (Medical), has been conceptualized by Srinagar based Chinar Corps to provide best education opportunities for students of Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh by coaching and mentoring them for a period of twelve months for entrance examinations of various Medical Streams/Colleges spread across in India. The program is co-partnered with HPCL, corporate partner and National Integrity & Educational Development Organization (NIEDO), training partner. The project is located at Haft Chinar, Srinagar.
Lt Gen DP Pandey, GOC Chinar Corps during his interaction with the students emphasized the importance of role of women to achieve sustainable development and creating long term stability thus bringing positive and constructive change in the society.
Highlighting the determination of Indian Army to ensure the youth are provided with the best educational opportunities, the Corps Cdr wished success to all students who will undergo the 12 month coaching program and bring laurels to their families and the society.
Major General SS Slaria, GOC Kilo Force, CEO of NIEDO, Dr Rohit Srivastava and various other dignitaries from Army and civil administration, students and their parents were present at the inauguration ceremony.