Jalandhar December 29 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- A seven day NSS special Camp is being organized in Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya Jalandhar and sixth day of the camp began as usual with DAV Gaan and NSS song. This day was entirely dedicated to environment and its’ protection. Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen addressed the entire NSS unit and made the NSS volunteers aware regarding the importance of NSS camp and its’ role for over all development in one’s life.
Programme Officer Dr. Veena Arora, in her address, told the volunteers that we must think for the welfare of others and always be one step ahead to serve our society. Further, she informed the volunteers of NSS Camp pertaining to the activities to be performed on the sixth day of the camp. This day was dedicated to village Gakhal again where NSS volunteers made the people of the village aware through Sawachhta Campaign and performed Nukkad Natak.
NSS Volunteers beautifully presented their views
Through this play, NSS Volunteers beautifully presented their views about the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and made the residents of the village Gakhal realize about their responsibility toward the cleanliness of their house and society. Moreover, volunteers planted trees around the area of Gurudawara Hemkunt Sahib Gakhal and made the people of the village aware about the environment protection. On this occasion, S. Jasbir Singh-Panch of the village Gakhal thanked to the Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen and the entire NSS unit for conducting awareness campaign in their village.
After returning, NSS volunteers started to maintain eco-park of their college. Volunteers reused old products in this park and showed their prowess that how we can make our house and parks of our society majestic by using old things. At the end of the day, volunteers and unit members of NSS camp thanked to God and shared their experience of the day with each other. On this occasion, Ms. Harmanu Paul, Ms. Bhawana, Dr. Meenu Talwar, and Mr. Parminder Singh were also made their presence for assisting NSS volunteers in their social work.