|Early Times Report|
KHOUR, Sept 27: The National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of Government Degree College (GDC) Khour has demonstrated its commitment to cleanliness and community welfare by organizing a dedicated cleanliness drive in their adopted village, Naryana, under the "Swachhta Hi Sewa" initiative. The event was held in the presence of Naryana's village Sarpanch, Sharda Devi, and saw enthusiastic participation from NSS volunteers and
NSS volunteers from GDC Khour, including Gourav Singh, Sweety Manhas, Supriya Devi, Honey Choudhary, Sourav Singh, Riya Sharma, Riya Bhagat, Chander Shekhar, Sahil Mattu, Rohan Singh, and Jabee Singh, came together to support this Swachhta Abhiyan (cleanliness drive). The event aimed to tackle the issue of plastic and wet waste around the picturesque lotus pond in the area.
Under the able guidance of the college's Principal, Prof. (Dr) T K Sharma, and with the proactive leadership of NSS Programme Officer Gurvinder Kour, the volunteers embarked on this mission with dedication and a strong sense of social responsibility.
The "Swachhta Hi Sewa" campaign has been instrumental in promoting cleanliness and environmental awareness across the nation. NSS units, like the one at GDC Khour, have played a pivotal role in furthering the mission of a cleaner and healthier India.
Sharda Devi, the village Sarpanch, expressed her gratitude to the NSS unit and the volunteers for their efforts in improving the cleanliness and hygiene of the village. She highlighted the importance of such initiatives in fostering a sense of community responsibility and environmental consciousness.
The cleanliness drive at Naryana is not just a one-time event but a testament to the ongoing commitment of NSS volunteers and GDC Khour to the betterment of their adopted village and the environment as a whole. It serves as an inspiring example of how collective action can lead to positive change and a cleaner, more sustainable future for all.
GDC Khour's NSS unit continues to work tirelessly, demonstrating that when communities come together, they can accomplish remarkable feats in the service of society and the environment.