Angami Students’ Union conducted an awareness drive for Government registered vehicles involved in dropping off and picking up students from schools in Kohima.
Kohima, July 26 (MExN): The Angami Students’ Union (ASU), reiterating its ‘Students code of conduct’ issued on June 13 last, conducted an awareness drive for Government registered vehicles involved in dropping off and picking up students from schools in Kohima.
“During this drive, a total of 53 Government registered vehicles were kindly advised to consider adhering to the welfare of students and the public in general,” stated a press release issued by ASU President, Khriesamhalei David Mere and Vice President, Thejalhoukho Khawakhrie.
“Understanding that no non-governmental organization possesses the authority to impose or implement rules, the Union respectfully undertook democratic approach and advised vehicle owners to prioritize the welfare of the state and refrain from utilizing the state, resources for their personal works, as part of the sensitization drive,” ASU said.
Earlier, under the theme ‘Cleaner Kohima, Healthier Kohima,’ ASU observed a cleanliness awareness drive on July 22 last. Towards educating and sensitising the citizens, 60 number of signage were installed at various locations in Kohima town, it stated. Some of the signage reads, ‘my trash my responsibility,’ ‘cleanliness starts from you,’ ‘one who maintains cleanliness keeps away.’
Further, ASU made an appeal to all the concerned citizens to be forerunners in keeping the Kohima city clean and also encouraged the students’ fraternity to practice the right things.