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Unity college observes road safety week

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 1/20/2020 11:51:17 AM IST

Unity College Dimapur observed 31st national road safety week 2020 on the theme “Bringing change through youth power” from January 11 to 17, to spread awareness among the students and the general public regarding road safety, traffic rules and etiquettes.  A press release from Unity College Dimapur stated that, during the week various activities were conducted. 15 NCC cadets organized a street play in the college campus based on the theme “Slow and steady wins the race.” NSS, Unity College conducted a road safety programme in which Zubenthung Ngullie SDO (C) Sardar district administration, Dimapur led the students in the pledge for road safety.  Toshi Aier, ABSI Dimapur Traffic delivered a talk on road safety and appealed to all the students/volunteers to spread awareness among the people on safe driving. Good Samaritan Award, 2020, Unity College was awarded to the Dimapur Traffic Police in appreciation of the selfless service rendered to the people and the community as a whole and to Nika K Yepthomi, an NSS member of Unity College.  

In another event Rahgiri-walkathon rally was also initiated by NSS from the college campus till the Industrial Estate, Lingrijan. A total of 60 NSS volunteers and 2 programme officers (POs) participated in the event. Volunteers covered the stretch with banners and placards spreading the message to the people around. Many People responded positively by signing the pledge on road safety. Eco Club, Unity College conducted “Tree of Remembrance”, wherein students selected a prominent tree in the college campus and decorated it with hand road traffic signs, seat belts, helmets, and other relevant materials related to road safety and traffic. 

IQAC,  social activities committee, Unity College  conducted the “Munna Bhai Campaign”, A total of 33 students along with 3 faculty members, under the supervision of Toshi Aier, ABSI, Traffic Dimapur and his team, led the campaign from the college campus till City Tower Junction, Dimapur. Young Indians (Yuva), Unity College organized a “Helmet awareness rally”, flagged off from the college campus to various points of the city. Around 75 students including the teachers went out for the rally carrying placards with awareness messages about safe driving and prevention of head injuries. 

Safe India Ideathon was also conducted on road safety in which students presented their views on different problems related to road safety. A first responder training workshop was also conducted where the students were given the basics on what to do in case of road accidents.  

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