‘SAVE LIVES, SLOW DOWN’ Road Safety Workshop at TJIS, Kanpur By Traffic Police Monday, 27th November, 2017

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Road Safety Workshop at TJIS, Kanpur

By Traffic Police

Monday, 27th November, 2017

Safety awareness should begin from childhood, as it is difficult to impart awareness to a grown up human. If safety awareness is imparted in childhood, safety will be a habit. So impart Road Safety and General Safety awareness to your children during childhood itself. Better, preferably before the age of six. In fact, more lives are lost in India due to road accidents than natural disasters and diseases.

To inculcate in the youth awareness for the road safety and to inculcate better traffic sense among students Traffic police is conducting workshops in the schools for effective implementation of traffic rules and regulations and their proper monitoring.

On Monday, 27th November Sub Inspector Traffic Police, Shri Shiv Singh Chonkar visited The Jain International School and organised a Workshop on Traffic Rules for the entire school students.

The workshop commenced with the welcome of the esteemed guest by respected Principal Mr. M. K. Panda and Headmistress Mrs. Soumee Sarkar. This was followed by a speech by Shaurya Sharad Shukla on the topic ‘Is Traffic Control the Job of Administration?’ Navya Gupta and Sanskriti Purwar also enlightened the students about the pros and cons of the same.

Mr Singh enlightened the students about the traffic rules and penalties for driving under 18, under the influence of alcohol, tripling, driving without seat belts, driving without helmets rash driving, etc. Sir specified each and everything through a road map and citing the examples of creatures like ants and camels that always move in a queue. As the citizens of a nation well on its way towards development, we also have a slice of responsibility that we need to fulfil towards road safety. Blaming the Government and bad roads has become the order of the day. However, we fail to realise that due to lack of education about traffic rules and regulations, blatant breaking of rules like not wearing helmets or seat belts, we are also contributing towards road accidents. It is time to join hands with the government and pitch in towards road safety.

Respected Headmistress thanked Mr Singh for his kind presence and for updating the students about the hazards of not following the Safety Rules.

The workshop was really educative and informative for the students and the staff.

Tanishtha Roy held the reins of the entire workshop very skilfully intimating the gathering every now and then about safety measures on the road.

Let’s pledge that in the coming years India sees the least number of road accidents. Let’s help the government in our own capacity towards lesser road accidents. Stay Safe!

‘The need of the hour is to wake up and if you think that for winners rules are meant to be broken then re-think about it and check who is the real winner on road’


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