Don’t leave food in vain by respecting the hard work of the farmers – chairman Raksha Mishra

Take as much as the plate does not go to waste in the drain

Pledge not to leave food in Plate taken on No Bag Day in Mahatma Gandhi School Khorapara

In Mahatma Gandhi Government School, Khohra Para, all the students took a pledge not to leave food in the Plate on Saturday No Bag Day Activity, while addressing the program, Municipal Chairman Mrs. Raksha Mishra said that by respecting the hard work of the farmers, do not leave food in vain, She said That how the farmer grows the crop by working hard, we all should respect the farmers.


In which Chief Block Education Officer Mr Govind Narayan Mali, presiding the program, administered the oath to all the students in the program and said that it is commendable to do such innovations in small classes. On this occasion, Principal Mrs. Chetna Banshiwal first welcomed and felicitated the guests with a wreath made from the flower garden of the school itself. On this occasion, Mrs. Chetna Banshiwal said that continuous innovations are being done in the school, all the teachers are doing commendable work.
The program was conducted by Paryavaran Mitr Dinesh Chandra sharma,Amit Sharma and Shrikant Sharma . Tanija Bano and Ishita Meena were felicitated by the chairman for the best work on No Bag Day. Mahesh Sharma, Keshav Phoolbaj, Anuradha Pareek, environmental friend Dinesh Chandra Sharma, Govind Sahai Sharma, Shayar, Pyaar Singh, Shashi, Satish Maurya, Mukesh Gurjar were present on this occasion.