School stages nukkad natak on 'BBBP'

The Northlines - - STATE - NL Cor­re­spon­dent Jammu Tawi, Oct 12

The stu­dents of Delhi Pub­lic School Nag­bani to­day staged a Nukkad Natak on the topic 'Beti Bachao, Beti Pad­hao' a so­cial cam­paign by Min­istry of Women and Child De­vel­op­ment, govern­ment of In­dia that aims to gen­er­ate aware­ness and im­prove the ef­fi­ciency of wel­fare ser­vices in­tended for girl child. The over­all aim of the pro­gramme was to cel­e­brate the birth of girl child and en­able her Ed­u­ca­tion. To cre­ate aware­ness about them among in gen­eral pub­lic, the stu­dents of DPS Nag­bani through their Nukkad Natak tried to make the peo­ple aware about the de­clin­ing of girl child ra­tio. All the stu­dents very ef­fi­ciently por­trayed for good pop­u­la­tion of girl child, health care, pro­tec­tion and to pro­mote value of girl child and em­power her with ed­u­ca­tion.

The on­look­ers en­thu­si­as­ti­cally watched the Nukkad Natak which through its mes­sage con­veyed that the dark fu­ture will be ours if we con­tinue to en­gage in sex se­lec­tion. The natak de­picted how it will be dif­fi­cult for a man to find a wife if the trend of fe­male foeti­cide con­tin­ues.

The Nukkad Natak was staged at Marh and Mishri­wala where the au­di­ence ap­plauded the ef­forts of the stu­dents who staged some scenes show­ing the harm­ful ef­fects of child mar­riage on the health of young girls. They high­lighted the role of ed­u­ca­tion in em­pow­er­ing girls and women by giv­ing the mes­sage of 'Beti Bachao Beti Pad­hao'. The Prin­ci­pal of the school, R K Verma praised the ef­forts of the stu­dents and staff and helped them in or­ga­niz­ing this nukkad show.

M K Ajat­sha­tru Singh Chair­man/trustee Ma­haraja Hari Singh So­cial and Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion, Ritu Singh - Sole Trustee, Ra­jku­mari Ad­hishree Singh Trustee, Ra­jku­mar Ran­vi­jay Singh-trustee and S. S. Sodhi-di­rec­tor, DPS, Nag­bani con­grat­u­lated the stu­dents and staff for or­ga­niz­ing such a na­tional level cam­paign among the masses.

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