K M Dayashankar
JAGTIAL: The National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers of the government women’s degree college in Jagtial town have embarked upon an ambitious task of taking up cleaning of their college premises by removing the shrubs and cleaned the premises with broomsticks on Friday.
As part of the call given by the Union Youth Affairs and Sports Ministry for a Clean India programme, the NSS volunteers of the government women’s degree college have taken up beautification of their own college premises from debris and shrubs. Satavahana University NSS programme coordinator Koduri Srivani participated as chief guest and encouraged the students by participating in the cleanliness drive.
On this occasion, Srivani said that as per the call given by the Union government, the cleanliness drive would be taken up throughout the country covering around two lakh villages, 744 district headquarters and 30,000 educational institutions. Appreciating the students for their social service programme, principal Y Satyanarayana called upon the youth to play a responsibility to keep the country clean and green.
NSS programme officer Adepu Rajani said that the NSS volunteers have actively participated in the ‘shramdhan’ (voluntary labour) and cleaned their college which was fully grown with shrubs during the rainy season. Faculty members Padala Tirupathi, Madhukar, Mashru Sultana, Kiranmayi, Jyothilaxmi, Harijeet Kaur, Manasa, Sunitha, Sai Madhukar, Satyam, Tirupathi and others were also present.