Traffic Police Day was started 11 years ago to appreciate the efforts of the traffic police. Local school children will be expressing their gratitude to these unsung heroes of the city during the course of this month.
Enfold had organised a panel discussion on creating safe spaces for children in schools on November 28th. Experts shared the recommended protocols and systems to be followed by schools as per the CPP and POCSO Act.
Volunteering pays off; not only do you help further a social cause, you also gain immense personal satisfaction. Get inspired by these two Bangalore-based NGOs who have been nominated for the iVolunteer Awards – CMCA and Say Trees.
The “Let’s Save a Billion Watts” campaign is educating children throughout India to save energy. Here’s how members of civic clubs in various city schools are actively pursuing this initiative in their homes and outside.
The Children’s Movement for Civic Awareness launched Traffic Police Day 8 years ago to appreciate the efforts of the traffic police. Throughout January, children across Bangalore will express their gratitude to traffic police personnel for their work.
2000 students met BBMP Commissioner and appealed to BBMP to implement an effective solid waste management system for Bangalore. On their part, they promised to completely stop using polythene bags and littering.