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JAMMU: As a part of World Health Day Activities, Delhi Public School (DPS) Jammu on Monday initiated a two-day health awareness programme for students of Class I. The resource persons were Dr. Neelam Khajuria, Dr. Savneet Kour and Supreet Kour, School counselor.
Dr. Neelam talked about the importance of general health, hygiene and nutrition. She encouraged children to regularly consume milk, fruits and green vegetables for their overall growth and development. She also stressed upon developing good habits among children right from their tender age.
Dr. Savneet Kour demonstrated the correct techniques and importance of brushing, flossing and rinsing.
She made the children aware about how excessive candies and chocolates cause cavities and cause harm to teeth. Supreet Kour, Counselor, conducted activities on Time-Management and re-inforced timely completion and prioritising of all important activities in life.
Principal DPS Jammu, Ruchi Chabra congratulated the faculty for organising such an informative session for the young ones and said that it was very important for all to stay fit and healthy, both mentally and physically. She also gave away the prizes to children for different activities.
Richa Gupta, Academic Coordinator presented the vote of thanks, while the programme was compered by Payal Tondon.
President RCT, Ajatshatru Singh, Pro-Vice Chairperson DPS Jammu, Ritu Singh and Director DPS Jammu, S.S Sodhi congratulated the staff for organising such a fruitful session and extended their best wishes for all children.
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