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NILM organizes traffic awareness programme
2/17/2017 10:03:40 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 17: National Incredible Literacy Mission(NGO) started a mass level traffic awareness drive on traffic rules. A traffic awareness programme was conducted in Major Institute of Education in Dhok, Paloura. The programme was aimed at creating a new generation of road rules abiding citizens.Rakeshwar Singh Project Director said that the programme, which targets students, will include traffic awareness classes, film shows on how to abide by traffic rules and demonstrations on good road behaviour. Those leading the programme have been specially trained for the purpose, he said. NILM took up the challenge to reduce the number of road accidents by starting an accident awareness drive in Jammu city since one year. Awareness drive was conducted in the supervision of Thakur K.D.Kurhan, Chairman NILM(NGO).
While addressing media persons, Rakeshwar Singh, Project Director NILM Jammu said that "Our NGO is doing all efforts for the welfare of general public and the motive behind traffic awareness drive is to check and control road accident which occurs due to our negligence and these accidents are increasing day by day. He further added that traffic police is not the only solution to control these accidents as we must follow traffic rules which are life savers."
Major Singh Principal of the Major Institute of Education Paloura appreciated the efforts of NILM for providing awareness among the students.He added that this type of awareness camps can motivate youth in positive direction. School staff members who took part in the programme included Neetu Manhas, Reenu Rakwal,Sonia Rajput and Neeru Devi. NILM officials who coordinated the function included Neetu Nagar, Sakshi Dogra and Preeti Bajaj. Students who participated in debate on traffic awareness included Nitesh Pandit, Shilpi, Naman, Abhinash Singh and Himanshi.
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