CADETS ON A SPREE TO KEEP SURROUNDINGS CLEAN
The NCC cadets of 3 Punjab Girls Bn NCC, Ludhiana, created awareness on the need to keep surroundings clean and launched a cleanliness drive at the Rose Garden here.
They cleaned the area at first and then created awareness about why maintaining cleanliness at public places, including parks, hospital roads etc. was essential. The cadets acquired knowledge on solar system including sun, nine planets and stars at Nehru Planetarium.
Camp commandant Lt Col S Sehgal delivered a lecture on career counseling, in which he covered different employment opportunities and guided them to decide some of the viable options for cadets.
Arora and Naval Kohra from NGO Safe Drive and Stay Alive delivered a lecture on Traffic Rules and Road Safety.
A lecture was also delivered in which cadets were taught qualities of good leaders.
HT Live Correspondent
The traffic police in its effort to deal with unauthorised auto rickshaws plying on city roads, have give warned the auto rickshaw unions of strict action if they failed to prepare the requisite documents.
ACP (traffic) Swapan Sharma said, “From September 1, we will start checking the documents of the auto rickshaws and will impound auto rickshaw of those who fail to produce any document.”
According to an estimate there are thousands of auto rickshaws plying on city roads without any requisite documents thus violating the norms.