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Session on Drug Awareness

Published On : 11 Aug 2023   |  Reported By : media release


Substance abuse and in particular drug abuse is an increasing menace among the youth today. Drug use among the youngsters has snowballed into a serious problem ruining the lives of many. To spread awareness and provide guidance to teachers to help combat this problem among students.

Mrs Lydia Lobo, Administrator, Link Anti Addiction Centre was invited as a resource person. She spoke about addiction to alchohol, cigarettes, natural and synthetic drugs and their ill effect on the health and life of individuals and families through various instances. She also explained the routine followed in the treatment of addicts at the de-addiction centre. Dr P V Shobha, HOD of Hindi welcomed and introduced the Resource Person who was greeted by the Principal Sr Norine Dsouza with flowers. All the teaching staff were present for the talk at the end of which Mrs Lovina Aranha, Dept of Commerce proposed the vote of thanks.

 







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