Street Drama on Anti-Tobacco Day and Road Safety

The students of Samaritan Mission School (HIGH) did street dramas on ‘Road Safety’ and ‘No to tobacco’ performed near Howrah Police Guard on 14.06.2019

On 14th June 2019 they did these to make aware the youths of our society. Children were under the guidance of their parents. After long dependent period of life Children start to turn independent in various ways. After 14 years of the age they will be able to do work and earn legally. So they become economically independent. The peer pressures are also increases at that point. Youth are the future of India. So it is important to aware the youth.

Tobacco causes cancer and it is injurious to health. It creates health problem and when a earning member of the family become ill, the entire family dependent on them will suffer.

Now-a-days people are very busy with mobile phone and rush for everything. It is important to make them aware of road safety. Otherwise it causes a life even. As youth are the future and they will create family, so it is important to make them aware to spread it faster and ensure a better future.

Participants:

SAVE DRIVE SAFE LIFE

  1. AHSHA ALI
  2. RUKSHAR KHATOON
  3. MONIZA HASRAT (VI B)
  4. ZAKIA PARVEEN (VI B)
  5. AYESHA KHATOON (VII A)
  6. INSHA SABA (VII A)
  7. AYESHA SHAMIM (VII A)
  8. SAIYADA NOOR (VII B)
  9. SAIBA PARVEEN (VII B)
  10. SNEHA VICTORIA PETER (VIII B)

 

ANTI TOBACCO SKIT

INTRODUCER– ISHA KHATOON

GUTKA– ANSHIKA SHAW

CIGARETTE– AMAN RAI

BEEDI– MD. TABISH IQBAL

HOOCHKA– MD. SHOAIB AHMED

VISHAL– AWESH ALAM

RAHUL– MD. TABISH IQBAL

RAJEEV– MD. FARDEEN

POLICE MEN (1) – MD. SAJID KHAN

POLICE MEN (2) – NOOR MOHAMMED

 

Mentor teachers

  1. ANTI TOBACCO DAY (SKIT) – PRACTICED BY-

POUSHALI DAS, SONAM DUBEY, ANUSHREE GANGULY.

  1. SAVE DRIVE, SAFE LIFE – PRACTICED BY-

SANGEETA KOLEY SINHA, RITUPARNA DEY, ARGHYA BHATTACHARYA

  1. PROP- DONE BY- MOHAN GUPTA.

Those who were present at the spot of the event near Howrah Traffic Guard office     on 14th June 2019 –

Poushali Das, Sonam Dubey, Anushree Ganguly, Mohan Gupta, Arindam Sir, Rituparna Dey and Sangeeta Koley Sinha.