Vigilance week celebrated at BSSS

Many events organized on the theme of saying no to corruption

Bhopal: Under Vigilance Week, many activities were organized throughout the week by the Vigilance Committee in collaboration with the National Service Scheme from 30th October to 5th November in Bhopal School of Social Sciences. Whose theme was to say no to corruption and remain dedicated to the nation. Under this, a session was organized on the above topic for the class IV employees of the college, in which NSS officer Dr. DB Singh defined corruption and explained that wherever you see the possibility of corruption in your work area, you should immediately report it to higher authorities. Also, neither indulge yourself in any such work nor allow anyone else to do so. Dr Singh said that education is the only medium through which corruption can be stopped.

ACP Nishatpura Richa Jain, while addressing the young students, advised them not to indulge in corrupt practices and said that they should practice moving ahead with the truth in small things, only then we can imagine a corruption-free society and country. To keep oneself safe in the cyber world, Dr. Jean George told how one can protect oneself from cyber crimes in today’s social media era. He also advised to be cautious about all the links and fake calls coming on mobile phones while advising on safe behavior in digital financial transactions. Under this special week, a slogan and poster competition was also organized for the students in which the poster winner was Mansi Srivastava – first, second – Sneha Namdev, third – Apoorva Patidar, while in slogan writing, Gopika Nair stood first, Chandan Warange second and Juhi Shukla stood third.

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