The first lady of Jammu and Kashmir Usha Vohra paid a visit to inaugurate an art workshop “Divine Art Camp” being held for differently abled participants from different states of India.
The first lady was escorted by school chairperson Kiran Dhar, PTA members Neerja Mattoo and Suraya Mattoo, principal Alistair R.A Freese and the vice-principal Shafaq to inaugurate the camp.
The five ‘foot and mouth’ participants include five males and two females of the camp. They demonstrated their immense talent and grit by painting with their hands and feet.
The students and the teachers of DPS interacted with the participants and learned their inspiring stories. The camp adequately demonstrated that being differently abled does not stop one from showcasing one’s talent.
The lady governor interacted with the participants and gifted them with shawls and certificates as a token of appreciation. She congratulated the school for it’s “yeoman services towards creating an atmosphere of inclusivity.” The Chairman expressed her gratitude towards the participants, and reiterated “the school is committed to providing a platform for every kind of talent and inspiration.” She also informed the gathering that school is coming up with state of the art facility for Specially Abled Children which will be commissioned in next few months.