Anti-Corruption Day observed at PSPS Govt P.G. College for Women
Mayor Jammu motivates students to contribute towards evolving a corruption free society
Dec 06, 2022
JAMMU: Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Government P.G College for Women on Tuesday organised a program to mark Anti-Corruption Day Under the aegis of My Town, My Pride.
The Chief Guest of the event was Rajinder Sharma, Mayor Jammu. The program began with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp followed by Saraswati Vandana.
After the formal welcome of the chief guest by the College Principal, Prof Minu Mahajan, the Mayor addressed the students and highlighted the varied problems faced by the public and the steps being taken by him as Mayor Jammu to combat the same. He emphasised the importance of ease of doing business by bringing in transparency in service delivery for common citizens. ‘This will go a long way in preventing corrupt practices in the service sector,' he said. He also impressed upon the students to play their role in making a corruption free Jammu in particular and a corruption free India in general.
The Mayor also appealed to the students to participate in large numbers in the march being organised on 9th of December, 2022 on the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day.
The Mayor's speech was followed by a skit highlighting the ill-effects of corruption. The program concluded with a formal vote of thanks by Prof Vijender Sharma, HOD Sanskrit and the singing of National Anthem.
The event was coordinated by Prof Paramjeet Singh in association with Staff Secretary Prof Mala Bhasin, Prof Anupama Sharma, Prof Neelam Thappa, Dr Chetna Mahajan, Prof Suman Bala, Dr Ashok Kumar, Prof Abhinav Sharma, Prof Varun Sharma, Prof Suraj Mohini and Dr Kusum.
The event was attended by faculty members and students in large numbers.