Aurangabad, Feb 22: The National Road Safety Month was observed with much verve by the students of Chaitanya Valley International School. The campaign, an initiative of the National Safety Council of India along with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, aims at sensitising the community, schools, colleges, workplaces, commuters, about various aspects of road safety.
The theme for the special month this year was “Sadak Suraksha Jeevan Raksha”. Several activities were organised at the school throughout the month to educate students on road safety, driving rules and areas of special caution.
The students attended a lecture emphasizing that being a citizen, it’s our collective responsibility to ensure safety on roads for ourselves and fellow citizens.
Students of classes 5-8 showcased their artistic skills making posters and writing slogans highlighting the traffic issues. The students of classes 6-8 prepared a questionnaire to assess their knowledge, and practice of road safety rules and regulations. A skit displaying the safety and precautionary measures to be followed for being safe on road was presented, said principal Dr Sheetal and vice principal Pradnya Rao.