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Activities conducted in the months of April & May 2022

The students of Class IX A are briefed on Road Safety Rules every Wednesday in the NSS period. The students always participate enthusiastically in the interactive sessions. They even share anecdotes of road accidents of their family and friends. In fact, they seem to have a fairly good understanding of Road Safety Rules as they are able to express how road accidents take place because of negligence and ignorance on part of people.

In the Month of April and May, various activities were assigned to the students in the NSS Period. After the introductory session, students were rather thrilled to share anecdotes and real-life incidents. Students showed eagerness and enthusiasm in preparing Power Point Presentations on Road Safety. They also made colourful and attractive posters on Road Safety Rules. A group of pro-active students even showcased a short play to apprise the audience of the significance of road safety rules. It was indeed overwhelming to see the exhilaration of the whole class. The play was applauded by one and all.

The participation (expression, eagerness and presentation) of the students in all the activities related to Road Safety was commendable and praiseworthy.

Tagore International School East of Kailash- Road Safety 
Campaign 2019- Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow 

As concern for road safety and traffic negligence grows in India day after day, we need to train our students and through them the larger community, on rules and regulations that should be followed to ensure safety of all. Incidents of road rage and violence have become common headlines. To spread awareness and confront frequent malpractices students took to streets with plays, songs, slogans and jingles attracting the public’s attention and instigating action to subvert deviants.

With the Moto “Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow” members of the safety club held classroom workshops and training sessions to teach bus drivers road etiquette. They discussed parking vehicles, turning practices and evident indicators of safe driving. A new congestion relieving guidance practice for parents picking up their children from the school road was suggested and put in place. Students signed a pledge to follow safety standards and rules.

The hard work of students and the campaign amalgamated into a seminar conducted by the road safety club in partnership with Delhi Traffic Police Department. Mr. Abhishek Dutt (Municipal Counsellor South District), Ms. Shilpa Giri ( ACP, Delhi Traffic South East District) and Mr. Govind Sharma (ACP, Kalkaji) interacted with the students, answered questions and gave insight towards street side conventions and misconceptions. Students from Daisy Dales School, Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar, Gyan Bharti School, Saket and others showed their support for the cause, being a part of the august gathering. Connecting with a larger group of people through their outreach engagements, our students sure are ringing in the bells of change and civic sense.
 
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