A clean environment requires a change in lifestyle

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To tie. Swachhta Sankalp and the World Youth Skills Day were organized on Thursday in Jan Shikshan Sansthan (Swaraj Colony) under Swachhta Pakhwada. The program began with the lighting of the lamp by Ashok Kumar Tripathi, Vice President of the Board of Directors.
In order to keep the environment clean, it is necessary to bring about changes in lifestyle. The social worker Asha Singh explained the difference between such being and cleanliness. On Youth Skill Day, young people were motivated to become self-employed. Institute director Arun Kumar said that after cleaning the garbage should be thrown in the garbage can. Program Officer Sanjay Pandey said cleanliness is necessary to stay healthy.
Soumya Khare said youth and girls who have studied less should be trained by connecting them to skills development programs to make them self-employed. In the end, the trainees made cleanliness promises. Accountant Laxmikant, Program Coordinator Neeraj Kumar, Assistant Program Officer Mayank Singh, Rishabh Saxena, Neeraj Kushwaha, Instructor Sita Tiwari, Poonam Dwivedi, Atika, Nida, Sandipani, Aiman ​​Niaz etc. were present.

To tie. Swachhta Sankalp and the World Youth Skills Day were organized on Thursday in Jan Shikshan Sansthan (Swaraj Colony) under Swachhta Pakhwada. The program began with the lighting of the lamp by Ashok Kumar Tripathi, Vice President of the Board of Directors.

In order to keep the environment clean, it is necessary to bring about changes in lifestyle. The social worker Asha Singh explained the difference between such being and cleanliness. On Youth Skill Day, young people were motivated to become self-employed. Institute director Arun Kumar said that after cleaning the garbage should be thrown in the garbage can. Program Officer Sanjay Pandey said cleanliness is necessary to stay healthy.

Soumya Khare said youth and girls who have studied less should be trained by connecting them to skills development programs to make them self-employed. In the end, the trainees made cleanliness promises. Accountant Laxmikant, Program Coordinator Neeraj Kumar, Assistant Program Officer Mayank Singh, Rishabh Saxena, Neeraj Kushwaha, Instructor Sita Tiwari, Poonam Dwivedi, Atika, Nida, Sandipani, Aiman ​​Niaz etc. were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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