Volunteers should live with families in villages during NSS camp- Governor Smt Patel
Friday - February 2, 2018 5:27 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
NSS awarded volunteers and students meet Governor
Bhopal: Governor Smt Anandiben Patel asked students of National Service Scheme to live with rural families during camp in villages. Two-three children can live with one family; this will make children to get proper information about status of families and their difficulties. The governor said that good things learnt in the NSS camp should be adopted in the life as well. The governor stated this during meeting with a NSS volunteers and best award recipients who returned after participating in the Republic Day Parade 2018 from New Delhi, at Raj Bhavan today.
Governor Smt Patel said that the motto of National Service Scheme is to make youth responsible citizens. Through NSS, students can contribute for the nation building and community work for awareness. They can develop their personality.
The governor sought children's experience during the camp. She asked students that they should take resolution that they won't allow meaningless expenditure in marriages and neither take nor give dowry and motivated girl students to continue study who dropped out after class VIII. The governor said that they should choose one school in their city or village and carry out plantation and contribute in service of malnourished children and pregnant women. She said that they should help parents in works with service for the country and serve elderly people.
The children gave their introduction and shared camp experiences. The governor presented memento to children. National Award winner of NSS, volunteer Ajay Narayan Patel and Ku Upasana Mishra informed the governor about their awards.
In the program, State NSS Officer Dr RK Vijay informed about NSS activities. On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary, Higher Education, BR Naidu and Commissioner Neeraj Mandloi were also present.-Window To News
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