ENACTUS and BACHPAN BACHAO ANDOLAN organizes workshop in Deshbandhu College
ENACTUS Deshbandhu College 'Power to Empower' in association with BACHPAN BACHAO ANDOLAN organized its first workshop.
The workshop took place in BCR (Multipurpose room) on 7th November'16 which lasted three hours. Workshop was open to all staff and students of the college. A large number of enthusiastic audience were witnessed. Inauguration of the event started with the welcome of honorable chief speaker Mr. Rakesh Singh, Director of Victim assistance & campaign and Chief guest Mr. Ajay kumar Arora, Principal of Deshbandhu College. He addressed students briefing 'child labor' which is a very important issue of the society and one of the reason which affects our Nation to develop.
The event was presided by 'Enactus' Deshbandhu College. The workshop aimed to focus on all those factors of the society which obscure the future of youth and so of our Nation which resulted in the success of the aim of workshop through 'Bachpan Bachao Andolan'. The main highlight of the event was to focus on 'underprivileged children' and their hardship to run their livelihood away from every enjoyment.
The workshop not only brilliantly flagged a serious social issue which is often swept under the carpet, but also depicted high levels of corruption in education system and lack of knowledge of underprivileged children all over. Workshop made students aware of students aware of '100 million for 100 million campaign' which aims to give a message to people who are behind the curtain and never think for the welfare of society. This is also a great way to spread and enlighten youth about the bitter truth of the society so that 'youth' of our Nation can think of better ideas to serve Our Nation better. '100 million for 100 million campaign' will be launched by Nobel Laureate Mr. Kailash Satyarthi on November 11, 2016 with the Prime Minister and President of India. The campaign looks forward to students to actively participate in the campaign by volunteering and ensure to welcome 'a change' for underprivileged children in the society.
Report by Varsha Rajput