Aspiring to contribute to the social literacy of needy and poor through its awareness initiatives, the National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of Institute of Law, Nirma University (ILNU), in collaboration with students of 9th and 10th class from various schools, held rally and drama on girl child awareness in Jamiyatpura village, Gandhinagar on Saturday.
A drama was performed by the students to spread the awareness about girl child education among the people of the village. Also, a rally was taken out with slogans like of ‘Beti Padhao Bati Bachao’ and ‘Beti Hai Hmare Desh Ka Gehna’ to motivate people of the village towards sending all the girls to primary, secondary and then to higher education. They were also encouraged to approach the consultation panel of the NSS unit for their social issues. The attendees showed great enthusiasm and response with Mr Chotaa, sarpanch of Jamiyatpura village supporting the front.
AMD Samiullah, faculty coordinator, NSS, ILNU, with guest Rafiza, principal of Gaytri Mandir School, guided and supervised the initiative taken by the students and also advised the villagers to be more motivated towards girl education as of today the whole perspective has changed in most parts of India with many excellent examples in every field. The NSS unit of ILNU, in its official statement, thanked volunteers for such remarkable work and Prof Purvi Pokhariyal, director ILNU, for staging such initiatives regularly by assisting students in every manner possible.