JKSC conferred with Gold in SKOCH Indian Governance Award 2022
JAMMU: The SKOCH State Award of Best Governance for the year 2022 was announced on Friday in which essential departments from various States and UTs were present from all across the country.
Sameer Kochar, Chairman SKOCH Group honoured Secretary J&K Sports Council Nuzhat Gul for bagging Gold category awards in the field of Sports and Youth Services.
The efforts made by JKSC recognised by the jury were mainly on My Youth My Pride special activities wherein J&K Sports Council has been able to engage youth in sports especially in tribal, sensitive and rural areas by providing ample opportunities and infrastructural facilities of playing sports.
Secretary J&K Sports Council Nuzhat Gul has made a significant contribution towards the promotion of sports.
She has been recognised with the SKOCH Award for her services and contributions in the creation, upkeep, and organisation of competitions and high-profile events, stated Dr. Gursharan, Managing Director, while announcing the awards.
The Secretary Youth Services and Sports Sarmad Hafiz expressed his satisfaction over the achievements of the J&K Sports Council and congratulated the Secretary JKSC and entire staff for this award.
He also thanked J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta for their support to the sports in J&K.
Nuzhat Gul has received the coveted prize in recognition of her dedication for the cause which has ultimately paid off.
Meanwhile Nuzhat Gul said the impetus given by Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi Ji and J&K LG to the sports infrastructure, sports person and vision of creating a positive sports ecosystem has paid off.
“The J&K Government is leaving no stone unturned for the engagement of youth in a positive direction,” she said.
Activities like the sports community are coming forward in sports programs, anti drug campaigns, Fit India and other programs being organised under Azadi ka Amrut Mahautsav, she said.
“We are committed along with the Youth Services and Sports Department for achieving the target of 35 lakh youth engagement in sports this financial year,” Nuzhat Gul said.
India Governance Forum in its twentieth year, is the oldest Governance Leadership Summit. Its recommendations have had a profound policy impact across the center and state governments.
It is one of the few conferences where the focus is on field research-based knowledge-rich arguments that bring felt needs to the discussion table.
“The SKOCH Organization firmly believe Governance is what is received and not what was the intended delivery and ongoing field research and conversations across thousands of projects in a year give a deep insight into what is working and how it can work even better,” the spokesman said.