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Vigilance Awareness week
Posted On: Thursday, November 16, 2017

Vigilance Awareness Week

Ghansoli-3rd Nov 2017:

“No legacy is so rich as honesty”:   William Shakespeare

If you have integrity nothing else matters.

Vigilance Awareness Week is observed in ASP Public School Ghansoli from 30st October to 4th November 2017. The Vigilance Awareness Week started with an “Integrity pledge” taken by the students and the staff on 30th Oct at 11 a. m. under the leadership of the Principal. She then briefed about the various activities that would be conducted during the week.

   On 1st November a slogan writing competition was held for 8th std students. Innumerable slogans were written by the students on ‘My Vision- Corruption free India’ The students took part with lot of zealousness. Some of the slogans were very inspiring. The students painted beautiful slogans like for eg. RIP CORRUPTION: 1947 to 2017. Which is very beautifully painted by master Viraj Jain with background design. It won the 1st prize. The 2nd and 3rd prized slogans are painted by Ms Sakshi Kangude and Sakshi Shinde respectively. The consolation prized slogan written by Aman Ranjan is  also equally interesting.

 On 2nd November an elocution competition was conducted for 9th standard. Several students took part in the elocution competition. Everybody expressed their views on how corruption can be curbed and eradicated from the system. The first prize winner Ms Arpita Jena opined that online transactions without involving the real currency can curb the corruption. The second prize winners, Omkar Pisal and Prajakta gave their views on how they can resist and not comply with the corrupt people and curb the bribing. The third prize winner Amol Khatri also expressed his view on how it is giving bad impression about our country in the world. All the students were asked to express their opinion on making India corrupt free.

  The Principal Ms Avneet Kaur addressed the students. She firstly defined the word ‘Corruption’. Then she elucidated that corruption starts from greed. Greed to have more, more than the means one has. She then advised the students that they should not create a situation for their parents to yield to corruption to fulfil the unending demands. She said that the students are the future citizens of India, they should pave a path of honesty and Integrity for themselves and take the nation to its glory.


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