Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   Early Times report vindicated: Show cause notices served to 8 more BJP rebel leaders | India to be world's 3rd largest economy by 2027: Amit Shah | DG CRPF visits Kashmir to assess operational readiness | Clean India a shared responsibility: PM Modi | Foreign tourists can now stay overnight in Ladakh’s Hanle village | Law Commission working on formula to hold LS, assembly polls together | IAF to buy 156 more ‘Prachand’ light combat choppers | Govt hikes interest rate to 6.7% on 5-year recurring deposit | 2 mortar shells found along IB in Kathua | Crackdown on illegal mining: 6 vehicles seized in Reasi district | Pothole free highways | BJP on mark, ready for polls in J&K; awaiting final call from ECI: Kavinder | CBC and Department of Information & PR Doda Launch E-Waste Collection Booth in Collaborative Environmental Initiative | Change lifestyle to live a healthier life; Dr Sushil loud message on World Heart Day | Two Punjab residents arrested with drugs in Kulgam | Trade body appeals shopkeepers in Delhi to not accept Rs 2,000 note | Rajya Sabha chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar signs Women's Reservation Bill | Air India acquires first A350 Aircraft through finance lease transaction | Law Panel recommends rolling out registration of FIRs online | Last nine years saw decisive policies, political stability, economy got new direction: Shah | After graft allegations, I&B Minister Anurag Thakur seeks greater transparency in CBFC | BJP to form Govt in Rajasthan; Gehlot set to lose even his own seat: Rana | Objectionable remarks being made against constitutional institutions for political reasons: Dhankhar | Small tea growers play pivotal role in industry: Goyal | Deal signed for foreign investments worth Rs 12,500 crore: Uttarakhand CM Dhami | Dr Darakhshan Andrabi emphasizes the message of peace by prophet Mohammed (SAW) for harmony | SSP Jammu Chandan Kohli announces arrest of inter-state chain snatcher gang; four accused apprehended | CS takes stock of preparations for finale of AZAM | Rekha Mahajan's "Basti Sampark Abhiyan" strengthens bonds with Backward Communities | NHPC's regional office in Jammu concludes Hindi Pakhwada 2023 with enthusiasm | Police arrest three rape accused, emphasizing stern action against crimes against women | J&K Mountaineering Team Embarks on Journey to 27th North Zone Sport Climbing Championship | UIET Kathua campus collaborates with Froyo Technologies for Cyber Security Webinar | JKTMA protests against rationalisation process, urges SED authorities to intervene | Profound Wisdom on Karma, Meditation, and Self-Realization by Sadhguru Sahib Madhuparamhans Ji Maharaj | Back Issues  
news details
CBC organizes seminar, plantation drive on "Mission Life"
6/1/2023 10:42:29 PM
Early Times Report
KATHUA, June 1: The Central Bureau of Communication (CBC), Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, Field Office Kathua, organized a seminar and plantation drive on "Mission Life" in Kathua. The event witnessed the participation of community members, P.R.I Members, community leaders, and officers from various departments.
The program commenced with a Saraswati Vandana performance by the students of Govt Girls Hr. Sec School Kathua, followed by a welcome address by Rajesh Sharma, In-charge CBC Kathua/Jammu. Sharma highlighted the activities undertaken by CBC across India, with a specific focus on J&K and Ladakh. He emphasized the importance of maintaining cleanliness in our surroundings and introduced "Mission Life" as a government initiative aimed at bringing about a lifestyle change to protect the environment. He also mentioned India's entry into "Amrit Kaal" and the efforts citizens should make to realize the potential of an emerging India.
Parkash Lal Thappa, Chief Education Officer Kathua, expressed the significance of such programs in creating awareness among the general public. He emphasized that in India, the environment is considered as our mother, and maintaining its cleanliness is a major challenge due to various forms of pollution. He commended the efforts of CBC Kathua and encouraged organizing similar programs in remote schools of Kathua.
Neeraj Bhargaw (KAS), District Information Officer Kathua, provided detailed information about the adverse effects of pollution. He urged the audience to conserve energy by using CFL/Tube lights instead of incandescent bulbs and emphasized the importance of turning off vehicles at traffic lights and railway crossings to save energy.
Dr. Pankaj and Kapil Jasrotia also addressed the gathering. Later, in collaboration with the District Forest Officer Kathua, a plantation drive was conducted on the school premises, during which numerous tree saplings were distributed among the students. A pledge for the protection of the environment was administered.
The program included a drawing competition on the theme "Lifestyle for Environment." It concluded with an open quiz on Mission LiFE, felicitations, and light refreshments.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center