First Lady of Jammu and Kashmir inaugurates art camp for disabled people in Srinagar

Teaching arts in school is very important as it helps a child to explore new things. Looks like, Delhi Public School (DPS) is doing their bit to promote inclusion and art together!

Usha Vohra is the first lady of Jammu and Kashmir. She inaugurated an art workshop Divine Art Camp for disabled people in the state. The event was held at DPS in Srinagar.

There were seven participants in the event, out of which were five males and two females. These exceptionally brilliant artists painted with their hands and feet!

The students and teachers at DPS interacted with the participants and had a great time. They discussed about art and how it can be explored more in schools.

An official from DPS said that the camp was a huge success. It showcased how disability is never a hindrance in chasing your passion. The school is always working towards promoting talents and skills.

Usha Vohra also interacted with the participants of the event. She gifted the participant’s shawls and certificates as appreciation. She also congratulated DPS for promoting inclusion.

DPS is all set to implement state-of-the-art facilities for disabled people inside their campus. Officials said that it will be implemented in a few months.

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