The 3rd Edition of TZP was a mega event, with about 2000 Children from 27 different schools Participating in the event.
Prior to the competition, we created an awareness about swachhtha amongst the 2000+ attending children and accompanying parents. With the help of city corporation we brought a garbage dumping van and explained to kids that waste should be dumped only in dustbins or collection vans.
We then did a Human Chain India Map formation with about 200+ kids from Basavarajeshwari Public School, participating. Our tabler Venu, led the March Holding the Iarge Indian Flag. In the centre was a hoarding mentioning the support of RTI & LCI to the Swachhatha movement.
The march was done with Vande Mataram song in the background. It was such a fantastic event to watch. All of us standing there developed Goosebumps.
Later all of us walked up to the centre of the map and sang our National Anthem. Children from BPSC school then did pyramid formation and held the national flag. It was a great display of patriotism
The essence of this India Map Formation – was to incultate and make children understand that “Swachhatha/ Keeping our country clean is an act of Patriotism & showing respect to Mother India”
KERT 63 organised an organ donation Awareness camp on 9th September 2018 at Uttarpara Union Girls high school ,Which was attended by more than 500+ students. A very informative session on the importance of organ donation so others can benefit by this good cause.
Happy to announce!!!!
Out of 425 Tablers af Area 7 as on 30th June 2018 400 Tablers have become LMF.
Very Shortly the balance 25 Tablers will also become LMF and make Area 7 100%LMF
Knights in Khaki by RT 34 in Area 4 28th, June ’18 which graced by Dept. Commisioner of Police and other officials.
Awareness Programme and Protest Against Animal Abuse : BVRT 152
Date : September 18, 2016
Project Coordinator: LMF Tr Vikram
Joint Project With: Animal Welfare Association, Indian Medical Association, Bellary Viking Round Table, Bellary Cycling Club.
We had organized a cycle rally running through entire Bellary city with a MOTO “STOP ANIMAL ABUSE” It was a joint project with Animal Welfare Association, Indian Medical Association, Bellary Viking Round Table, Bellary Cycling Club which was coordinated by Dr Bindu. Almost 80 cyclists participated in the rally, started at 7.30 am from Durgamma Temple, Bellary covering all major roads and circles of Ballari with placards and Banners.
LMF CA Pankaj K Seksaria
IT & Blow Convenor
Bellary Viking Round Table 152