DPS students presenting a Nukad Natak.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: The students of Delhi Public School (DPS) Nagbani on Thursday staged a Nukad Natak on the topic ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padao’ 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 Nukad 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 watched the Nukad 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.
Chairman/Trustee Maharaja Hari Singh Social and Education Foundation, Ajatshatru Singh, Sole Trustee, Ritu Singh, Trustee, Adhishree Singh, Trustee, Ranvijay Singh and Director, DPS, Nagbani, S. S. Sodhi congratulated the students and staff for organising such a national level campaign among the masses.
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