KARIMNAGAR: National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers of SRR Government Arts and Science college, Karimnagar, on the second day of their special camp at Chintakunta village on the on the outskirts of Karimnagar town on Saturday, participated in the Swachh Bharat campaign by cleaning and disposing garbage strewn around on either side of the road at grama panchayat, mandal parishad school and other places.
Led by NSS programme officer V Varaprasad Prasad, the NSS volunteers cleaned and removed the garbage and educated the people about the importance of cleanliness to check spread of diseases. Village sarpanch Mogili Manjula, Mandal parishad school headmaster Narayana Swamy and others were also present.
Retired principal and former NSS programme officer Dr K Murali said that the NSS programmes were designed in such a way that they helped the students develop a strong personality. Stating that the NSS would make the students disciplined with a strong commitment toward social causes, he called upon the students to play a crucial role to protect environment from pollution and campaign against the use of plastics, which was posing serious threat to the nature. Velmula Ramreddy also participated as special guest.