The Indian Army flags off National Integration tour for girl students of remote areas of Assam.

In a colourful ceremony, Red Horns division under the aegis of Gajraj Corps flagged off a national integration tour for girl students hailing from remote parts of Dhubri and Kokrajhar districts on Sunday. The flagging off was done by Mrs Amanpreet Kaur Sangha, Zonal President of Gajraj Corps.

The tour scheduled from the 2nd till the 20th of September 2018 will be visiting Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore during the course of the next two weeks and comprises of 20 girl students and 2 lady teachers belonging to varied ethnic backgrounds from remote areas of Assam.

The tour’s multifaceted aims include introducing the participants to the rich heritage and culture of the country, increase awareness about educational and professional avenues and building bridges between communities.

As a part of the itinerary, the participants will be visiting places of historic, military, academic, cultural, professional and recreational interests including the Gateway of India, Wankhede Stadium, Infosys, NDA, AFMC, Naval Dockyard, HAL Heritage Centre and museum among many others.

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