Stepping towards Swachh Bharat
The Gen-Y is not just into gadgets and social media but they are also into developing nation. Proving the above statement two Intermediate first year students Nagamani Deepa C and Rajesh P have won the regional level Tata Crucible Essay contest and have met the President of India.
Hyderabad: The Gen-Y is not just into gadgets and social media but they are also into developing nation. Proving the above statement two Intermediate first-year students Nagamani Deepa C and Rajesh P have won the regional level Tata Building india Essay contest and have met the President of India.
Nagamani Deepa, who is pursuing Intermediate first year in BiPC at Sri Chaitanya College, Vijayawada has strong aspirations for the development of the nation.
Sharing her ideas she says, “If only everyone in the country feel the need of making the country best; India can grow into a super power. India despite of one of the biggest economies is lagging behind because of the illiteracy and unhygienic habits”.
“Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is a great way to steer India to become a great nation and I personally not only practice Swachh Bharat but also spread awareness around me. It was a great opportunity to share my ideas to make Swachh Bharat a successful programme”, she adds.
While Rajesh P, first year CEC student from Chittoor District, won the Telugu essay competition. He has now become an inspiration for many youth in his native district Chittoor, talking about his experience, Rajesh P says, “I know Swachh Bharat but have never practiced it before the essay competition.
For winning the competition I have done a lot of research on how to keep our surroundings clean what are the benefits of hygiene.
After learning the facts I have started practicing them and also have started explaining the importance of Swachh Bharat to my village people and with a little effort most of them have started practicing it”.
“It was a great movement to meet the President of India, after winning such appreciation. I will surely make it my life aim to propagate the importance of Swachh Bharat.”
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