STATE TIMES NEWSSAMBA: To mark the significance of Child Safety Week, Mount Litera Zee School, Tarore on Saturday organised a workshop for students and teachers and all supporting staff related to precautionary measures of safety and security to be taken while they are on the road. Rehana Tabassum, ARTO Samba and Surinder Kumar, Motor Vehicle Inspector from Transport Department, Samba were the Resource Persons who delivered a lecture on how to follow safety rules and how to take care and handle the vehicles for the safety of each individual. Main attraction of the day was the special tips given to the drivers and conductors to be taken while students are travelling and how to take proper care of their vehicle. The seminar was the successful initiative taken by the school for the safety of each Mount Literan as the school believes that security of each child is their first priority. To mark this Week of Child Safety as priority students also took the pledge to be safe and security.
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