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Samagra Siksha Jal Surakhya launched in Kamrup dist

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SUALKUCHI, Aug 10 - The Inspector of Schools of Kamrup District Circle and District Elementary Education Officer in association with Dadara HSS launched Samagra Siksha Jal Surakhya in Kamrup district.

The programme, including a procession and drawing competition among the students was organised for motivating the students. A lecture on �Pani Jibar Pran� among the students was held too.

A seminar on Samagra Siksha Jal Surakhya was held with Paresh Baishya, Principal of Dadara HSS in the chair. The seminar was participated by Ujjal Kumar Sen, district associate of PHE, Deba Kumar Hazarika, technical officer of PHE and Jali Sangma Kalita, district consultant of Swachh Bharat Mission, Kamrup.

The participants explained different steps for preservation of water. The scarcity of water will be the main problem for all living beings in the near future. According to the Union Ministry of Water Resources, the use of water will decrease to 760 cubic metres by 2050.

Earlier, Prasanna Bora, Inspector of Schools, Kamrup district explained the objective of the meeting. Apurba Thakuriya, District Elementary Education Officer and Bhupen Deka, social activist, attended the meeting.

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Samagra Siksha Jal Surakhya launched in Kamrup dist

SUALKUCHI, Aug 10 - The Inspector of Schools of Kamrup District Circle and District Elementary Education Officer in association with Dadara HSS launched Samagra Siksha Jal Surakhya in Kamrup district.

The programme, including a procession and drawing competition among the students was organised for motivating the students. A lecture on �Pani Jibar Pran� among the students was held too.

A seminar on Samagra Siksha Jal Surakhya was held with Paresh Baishya, Principal of Dadara HSS in the chair. The seminar was participated by Ujjal Kumar Sen, district associate of PHE, Deba Kumar Hazarika, technical officer of PHE and Jali Sangma Kalita, district consultant of Swachh Bharat Mission, Kamrup.

The participants explained different steps for preservation of water. The scarcity of water will be the main problem for all living beings in the near future. According to the Union Ministry of Water Resources, the use of water will decrease to 760 cubic metres by 2050.

Earlier, Prasanna Bora, Inspector of Schools, Kamrup district explained the objective of the meeting. Apurba Thakuriya, District Elementary Education Officer and Bhupen Deka, social activist, attended the meeting.