Jammu Mayor educates students of KC Public School, SP Smart Hr Sec on hazards of using polythene
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JAMMU: Mayor of Jammu city, Rajinder Sharma on Monday educated the students of KC Public School and SP Smart Higher Secondary School Kacchi Chawni about hazards of using polythene and plastic made materials in our daily life.
With this, Sharma took the ongoing anti-polythene and anti-plastic campaign to these educational institutions in the city.
The enthusiastic students responded to the Mayor by assuring to throw all the polythene carry-bags from their homes from today onwards and stop using the same in future.
The students and staff of these schools also pledged their full support for the success of anti-polythene campaign and filled the online Commitment Certificates in this regard.
The Mayor said, as this the movement is proceeding with awareness, enforcement and an alternate from by the elite DRDO in the form of carry bags made of cellulose and starch, so the success rate here shall be 100 per cent.
The School authorities of these institutions also assured participation in the walk scheduled for May 26 to aware masses to stop use polythene and plastic made materials.
The Mayor said that he is fully confident that with such motivated students Jammu will be free from polythene and plastic made things within a month.
A debate on ‘Hazards of Polythene Products’ was also organized at these schools and the winners were given prizes.
At SP Smart Hr Sec School Trustees Shilpa Gupta and Shivang Satya Gupta also addressed the students and winners of the debate in this school were Yashita, got the first prize; Sanchita, second while Jaskirat and Anchal Parihar got third prize.
At KC Public School, Principal Amarendra Kumar Mishra also threw light on the hazards of polythene while the students who won in the debate were Harshita Manhas, got first prize; Eddha Manhas, 2nd while Shivansh Kotwal and Ojasvi Raina got third prize.