In a special drive towards creating awareness about cleanliness among school children, Quality Evaluation and Improvement Division (ICAR-CIRCOT, Mumbai) organised a drawing competition on 26th December, 2020
In a special drive towards creating a clean and green India, on 26th December, 2020, a drawing competition was organized by Quality Evaluation and Improvement Division (ICAR-CIRCOT, Mumbai) among school children to mark the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and make the students aware about the need to keep the surroundings clean.
The school students were participated in the drawing competition. The students were told to draw on the theme of a ‘Swachh Bharat’. Also, they were made aware about cleanliness and greenery under the Swachhta Fortnight.
Children participated in the competition with great enthusiasm and also promised to keep the premises clean around their houses and schools. Material developed by the institute was given to the participating children as a token of appreciation. The competition was organized by following COVID-19 norms.