World Handwash Day: Cleanliness Programs Organized In Government Schools

Girls learning how to wash hands in Kasganj's Pre-Secondary School, Bhitauna

Girls learning how to wash hands in Kasganj’s Pre-Secondary School, Bhitauna
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Kasganj. 15 October is Handwash Day. The importance of hand washing has increased in many ways in the Corona era. Although washing of hands is beneficial for health, it has always been told, but during the Corona period, awareness increased further. Before Handwash Day, children are being taught how to wash hands in schools. On Wednesday, in schools across the district, children were made to wash their hands after explaining the methods.
Washing hands is natural, but if hands are washed on the basis of methods, then diseases can definitely be avoided. This advice was given to the students by the teachers in the schools of the Basic Education Department. On Wednesday, students were told how to wash their hands in all the schools across the district including East Secondary School Bhitouna, Gorha, Luharra, Brahmapuri, Gurhna. The students washed their hands with soap. Teachers used their own experiments and explained the methods to the students. BSA also instructed all the Block Education Officers to monitor. Said that the methods of washing hands should not be taught only on a particular day, but should be motivated in such a way that children always wash their hands in that manner. After being taught the method in schools, teachers have also shared photos of washing hands on social media. So that there can be public awareness.
Instructions have been received from the government that hand washing methods should be taught in schools. Instructions have been issued to all the Block Education Officers in this regard. Children are being taught how to wash hands in schools- Rajeev Kumar Yadav, BSA

Kasganj. 15 October is Handwash Day. The importance of hand washing has increased in many ways in the Corona era. Although washing of hands is beneficial for health, it has always been told, but during the Corona period, awareness increased further. Before Handwash Day, children are being taught how to wash hands in schools. On Wednesday, in schools across the district, children were made to wash their hands after explaining the methods.

Washing hands is natural, but if hands are washed on the basis of methods, then diseases can definitely be avoided. This advice was given to the students by the teachers in the schools of the Basic Education Department. On Wednesday, students were told how to wash their hands in all the schools across the district including East Secondary School Bhitouna, Gorha, Luharra, Brahmapuri, Gurhna. The students washed their hands with soap. Teachers used their own experiments and explained the methods to the students. BSA also instructed all the Block Education Officers to monitor. Said that the methods of washing hands should not be taught only on a particular day, but should be motivated in such a way that children always wash their hands in that manner. After being taught the method in schools, teachers have also shared photos of washing hands on social media. So that there can be public awareness.

Instructions have been received from the government that hand washing methods should be taught in schools. Instructions have been issued to all the Block Education Officers in this regard. Children are being taught how to wash hands in schools- Rajeev Kumar Yadav, BSA