Chandigarh, December 20, 2008: In accordance with the National Youth Policy which envisages that the youth of the country should spend some time in an educational institution on out door activities. Around 100 students of KB DAV-7 and Govt. Model High School (Timber Market), Sector 26 along with their teachers and volunteers of Yuvsatta are going on December 23rd for an Army Attachment Camp in Ferozpur sector. The camp was being organized with active support of HQ Western Command.
The excited lot of students are these days busy preparing beautiful ‘Patriotic Picture Postcards’ with messages of love for country and peace on earth. Students at KB DAV-7 had prepared around 1000 such greeting cards for distribution amongst the brave Indian soldiers at Ferozpur border.
Sharing their excitement Simran & Akansha students of KB DAV-7 said it is said that girls are considered weaker sex but they’re confident that at least for them this Camp will change the image of girl, for them modern girls are confident and can face any eventuality.
Arshdeep who had prepared around 10 postcards said that he’ll present the same to Jawan’s at border and hope that they will write and send message of love on these cards to their loved ones.
Along with students of KB DAV-7, Yuvsatta volunteers had also arranged for travel with this group for five class X students from Bapu Dham Colony, presently studying in Govt. Model High School (Timber Market), Sector 26, Chandigarh. They’re also actively associated with running of ‘Kitab Ghar’-the children’s library in the area.
In their five day trip with Indian Army students visit will start on December 23rd from National Martyr’s Memorial at Hussainiwala, after which they’ll spend a day each with Artillery & Infantry units, in between they’ll be taken for a visit to Harike wetland and Khem Karan area. The visit christen as ‘Shorya Saptah’ will end with a homage to Jallianwala Bagh Martyr’s and paying obeisance at Golden Temple in Amritsar on December 27, 2008..