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GGM Science College Inspires Swachh Bharat Mission
9/26/2023 10:08:04 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 26: In a noble initiative to commemorate Gandhi Jayanti, GGM Science College's NSS Unit II, under the patronage of Prof. Rajesh Kumar Gupta and the guidance of NSS Program Officer Dr. Deepali Mahajan, organized a seven-day workshop titled "Swachhta hi Sewa" from September 19th to 26th, 2023. The campaign aligned with the Government of India's mission to mobilize millions of citizens across the nation and aimed to promote a "Garbage Free India."
Gandhi Jayanti, a day that honors the principles of Mahatma Gandhi, was observed with great fervor and dedication at GGM Science College. The NSS Unit II, in collaboration with Prof. Rajesh Kumar Gupta and NSS Program Officer Dr. Deepali Mahajan, undertook a seven-day workshop with the theme "Swachhta hi Sewa" to instill the values of cleanliness and civic responsibility among the youth.
The "Swachhta hi Sewa" initiative, as envisioned by the Government of India, seeks to engage citizens nationwide in the mission for a cleaner and more sustainable India. This year, the focus was on creating a "Garbage Free India."
The NSS volunteers of GGM Science College actively participated in this campaign by taking a pledge for cleanliness and penning down slogans that promoted cleanliness, a drug-free India, truth, and non-violence. The students also organized an awareness-raising street play (nukad natak) on the theme of "Swachhta hi Sewa" within the campus.
During the workshop, volunteers emphasized the importance of cleanliness, waste segregation, proper use of dustbins, and the rejection of plastic and e-waste. An essay writing competition on "Gandhian Philosophy" was also conducted, promoting values of truth and commitment to the nation while opposing corruption. A special initiative titled "Say no to Corruption, Commit to the Nation" aimed at raising awareness about a corruption-free India. NSS volunteers, along with college staff and the Program Officer, took a solemn pledge against corruption and expressed their commitment to the nation's welfare.
The workshop also included the screening of documentary films on Gandhian philosophy, combating the seven deadly sins, "Swachhta hi Sewa," a drug-free India, and the fight against corruption. These screenings helped in educating and inspiring the youth.
In a heartwarming gesture, NSS Unit II volunteers visited the "Home for Aged & Infirm" in Ambphalla under the theme "Not Me But You." A rally was organized to reach out to the community and raise awareness about the harmful effects of plastic usage.
On the concluding day of the workshop, the NSS volunteers took to the streets to spread the message of "Say no to polythene," emphasizing the importance of reducing plastic pollution. The efforts and dedication of the NSS volunteers were highly appreciated by the college's Principal and staff.
GGM Science College's "Swachhta hi Sewa" workshop not only paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi but also acted as a catalyst for positive change, inspiring the youth to actively participate in the Swachh Bharat Mission and work towards a cleaner, greener, and corruption-free India.
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