CBSE Appeals Students And Teachers

Kajori Biswas
2 months ago
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Source: India Today

A video posted by CBSE to motivate students and teachers to take part in the ‘Quit India Gandagi Movement’ as a part of Swachh Bharat Mission was shared by the HRD Ministry on the anniversary of Quit India Movement.

The video spoke on how to maintain cleanliness at home, schools, roads; staying hygienic, and also about the launch of ‘swachhata’ drive in August.

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The PM while addressing the public during the inauguration of the Rashtriya Swachhata Kendra said that the anniversary was the perfect time to renew the fight against terrorism, poverty, discrimination, water scarcity, open defecation and squalor to quit India.

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