HRD Ministry Shares CBSE Video on Quit India Gandagi – As we all know today is the anniversary of Quit India Movement. So on this occasion, HRD Ministry Shares CBSE Video on Quit India Gandagi.
The Quit India Movement was launched by Mahatma Gandhi at the session of All India Congress Committee at Bombay on 8 August 1942. This is because to force the Britishers to quit India and go back to your country.
So today is the anniversary of Quit India Movement and CBSE run the slogan Quit India Gandagi. And also make a video on this. So HRD Ministry officially shared that video o their twitter handle and told everyone especially teachers and students to promote cleanliness and remove all the dust and garbage on their surrounding.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) use the slogan Quit India Movement to aware people about Quit India Movement and also telling them to clean all kinds of squalor from everywhere.
CBSE create a catchy video about this topic in which they specially told the students and teachers to aware people about the cleanliness and keep their surroundings clean. ANd also encouraging people to become “Safai Guru” (Cleanliness Master).
And it is also shown in the video that we don’t have to throw garbage anywhere or in public places. We have to throw garbage on Dustbins and not anywhere.
So many guidelines are been told in that video by CBSE to aware people about the cleanliness.
Checkout the video:
So these are the all updates and the main thing is that HRD Ministry Shares CBSE Video on Quit India Gandagi, says everyone to Promote Cleanliness.
So we all also have to promote cleanliness and also the Quit India Gandagi and keep our surroundings clean.
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