2017-2018 Activities


Report on National Voters Day Awareness 2017

Report on National Voters Day Awareness

National Voters Day was celebrated with pomp on January 25, 2017 at the local Pradeep Memorial Comprehensive College of Education. About 190 students were present on the occasion. Addressing the students, Principal Prof.(Dr.) Bharti Dimri explained the importance of voting on how they can use their vote properly to contribute to nation building. She called upon the youth to join politics and contribute to the creation of a strong India. Assistant Proffessor Mr.Sunil Kumar Pandey informed the students about voter rights. He said that the younger generation can use their vote properly to bring change in the country and can play a strong role in nation building. All the students took an oath to exercise their right to vote.

The students will be aware of the constitution and the political system of our country. They will get to know the importance of free and fair elections in our democratic setup, so that they can exercise their voting rights in a free and fair manner. On this occasion students make a wall of democracy on which each students sign.
All the teaching and non-teaching staff was present on the occasion.

 

Right to Education  on 1st  November 2017

Right to Education on 1st November 2017

On 1 November 2017, the Pradeep Memorial Comprehensive College of Education organized a workshop on the Right to Education. The day began with Lighting of the lamp by the Principal Dr .Bharti Dimri. She explained the importance of elementary education and the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, of 2009 to the students. Under this Act, children between 6 to 14 years of age can get free and compulsory education. The event was helpful as it helped students to understand the value of education in one’s life and the right to get free elementary education. The post tea session was taken up by Dr. Ajit Singh, Guest Lecturer.

He discussed different aspects of the act emphasising on a) Free and compulsory education to all children of India in the age group of 6-14 years b) No child shall be held back, expelled or need to appear any board examination until completion of elementary education i.e. up to class 8th after completion of elementary education the child is awarded with a certificatec) The children suffering from disability will also be covered under RTE Act 2009 d) No corporal punishment is to be imposed on any child and many more.
The event was concluded with the feedback form from the participants which covered the basic questions about the workshop.

 

REPORT OF ROAD SAFETY WEEK (22ND DEC, 2017 to 28TH DEC, 2017)

REPORT OF ROAD SAFETY WEEK (22ND DEC, 2017 to 28TH DEC, 2017)

P.M.C.C.E. inaugurated Road Safety Week as a part of Social Responsibility to promote road safety awareness amongst the youth. The inaugural ceremony held at P.M.C.C.E. on 22 Dec, 2017 between 10.30am to 12.30pm.The program was splendidly anchored and introduced by Sunil Kumar Pandey(Asstt Prof.,P.M.C.C.E.)After that a warm welcome given to the chief guest Mr. Surender Kumar (ASI), Traffic police, Mangol puri(Delhi) , Dr. Dhanraj singh( Chairman). Then Principal Dr. Bharti Dimri addressed students of B.Ed. College, P.S.M. Sr. Sec. School and few members of RWA’s. She also shared her experiences, and said that the purpose of road safety week celebration is to promote road safety measures. The aim of the campaign is to sensitize people about the outcome of drunken driving, high speed driving, importance of wearing helmet for bike, seat belts for four wheeler drivers and made the students aware about the need of road safety by implementing various programs.
Then the chief guest was called upon to give the valuable information about the road safety rules and precautionary measures to be adopted by the students.

ASI Surender Kumar of traffic Police then further explained the causes of accidents occurred due to negligence. He said that every day many people are involved in road accidents, Some are killed & many more are injured. Vehicles accidents are a big cause of death in our society. About 60% of deaths in Delhi are from road accidents. The main cause of death among children (5-14 years old) is fatal injuries of which 63% of are traffic related.
ASI Surender Kumar of traffic police continued the last day session. He said that pedestrians must be aware of these potentials for danger whenever they take to the roads, and must do their part to follow safety laws. A Pedestrian can be responsible for their injuries when they ignore the “walk” signal at an intersection or choose to not use the designated cross walk areas to cross the road or intersection. A pedestrian is also likely to be involved in accidents when he or she darts in front of a vehicle, does not wear the reflective gear at night. Also you should always use zebra crossing, Stay on the pavements and never stand too close to the kerb. You should use your eyes and ears to look out and listen out for any vehicle around you. You should not cross the road at bends and because your visual field is limited. Always wait for the bus to stop completely, be alert of oncoming traffic when you step out of a vehicle.
Now a days as the roads are very busy, we should be very careful while crossing. It is safer to use a pedestrians crossing or an overhead bridge whenever one is available. While using a bicycle, we must pay attention to the road and never cycle too far out to the middle of the road. We must obey all traffic rules. Also we must make sure our bicycle are in good condition with working brakes, lights etc. These are something we can do to avoid accidents. The important thing is to stay alert at all time while using the road. We must know what is happening around us. In this way we can take necessary action to avoid danger. Road safety is very must upon how we use the road. We should use them carefully and we must be able to use them for a long time, then we can stop accidents.
ASI Naresh Kumar of traffic police, Mangol puri, Delhi, addressed the students about various traffic symbols. He explained the different road safety signs. He explained the three main type of road safety signs namely, mandatory signs, cautionary signs and informatory sign. He said that Mandatory Signs are used to ensure free movement of traffic and make the road users cognizant of certain laws and regulations. Violation if these signs are an offence, as per law. Second sign, the Cautionary Sign that make the road user Conscious of hazardous conditions on the road before hand. The third type is informatory one which guide the users about destination, distance, alternative routes and prominent locations like public toilets, food joints etc.

 

On the fifth day Constable Dinesh Kumar of traffic police, Mangol puri, Delhi was called to make the students aware about the basic rules of the road. He said that we must follow the basic rules of road from while driving and walking on the road. We should always cross the road from zebra crossing. While driving, we must slow down near the school zone, temple areas etc. we always uses helmet if we are driving a two-wheeler and always see that when we use the helmet, the strap is fixed properly, never drive in a zigzag manner. At the signal we should not stop our vehicle on the pedestrian crossing but should stop it within the stop line, yellow lines should not be crossed even while overtaking. We should remember that the stopping distance of our vehicle depends on the speed at which we are driving and we should not park the vehicle beyond the stop line.
On the Seventh and Eighth day awareness program was held in nearby area
( Pratap Vihar, Nangloi). In this campaigning program, the students made the people aware to stop road death and injuries, and make our community safer and greener. For campaigning, students distributed the pamphlets of different road safety signs and basic rules of the road. They made the awareness drive successful as the people of the community cooperated well. This way, our road safety week was celebrated.

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