All India Writers Home to come up in rural Punjab
New Delhi,Oct 29: An All India Writers Home will be set up to promote research in Indian culture and heritage at the educational complex of the Jawala Memorial Trust at Sanghol village near Chandigarh.
This complex, opened by President A P J Abdul Kalam on August 17 last, consists of four professional colleges and a public school.The complex is the brainchild of Ireland-based Non Resident Indian Lord Diljit Rana, India's honorary consul in that region of U K.
Research grants would be given to support local scholars at the Writers Home, a spokesperson of the complex said.
Aimed at integrating heritage and technology with rural regeneration, the Trust plans to make this educational complex a centre of excellence to provide world class education to the young people of Sanghol and surrounding areas. A co-ed degree college, affiliated to the University of Patiala, a management institute, a hotel and hospitality institute affiliated to the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, a teacher training college and a school are functioning in the complex at present.