Choti Si Khushi organises closing ceremony of Goal program in Dwarka
Choti Si Khushi organises closing ceremony of Goal program in Dwarka
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Choti Si Khushi organises closing ceremony of Goal program in Dwarka
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Choti Si Khushi organises closing ceremony of Goal program in Dwarka

Dwarka: Goal program, organised by an NGO Choti Si Khushi and Naz Foundation, was concluded with a ceremony on Monday. It was an eleven-day long workshop for underprivileged children. 

The children were made aware about several subjects related to their lives. The topics covered in the workshop were communication skills, wants and needs, menstruation hygiene, cyber violence, peer pressure, self-defence etc.

The chief guest was DJS Manu Goyal Kharb, Secretary, South West District Legal Services Authority, Dwarka Court. Additional DCP of Dwarka RP Meena was the special guest on the occasion. ACP of Dwarka Rajinder Singh also graced the occasion with his presence.

DJS Manu Goyal Kharb briefed the children about peer pressure. She taught the children on the ways to fight for themselves, handle the peer pressure and become successful in their respective lives. 

She also told the students about how smartphones can help in studies, besides enjoyment. She quoted a few sites through which knowledge can be gained. She tried to shift the paradigm of the students and explained the difference between the virtual and the real world.

Additional DCP RP Meena inspired the children with his words. He interacted with the children and answered their queries. Children asked him about how to become a police officer and what type of police is there in the system. RP Meena cleared the concept of the children. Children were happy to get their answers.

ACP Rajinder Singh talked about how the police are there to help the people. He also enlightened the girls below the age of 18 years on how to approach the police in case of any issues arising even inside the house.

In his interaction with the kids, he conveyed that police are there to help them as a friend in case of any emergency. He developed the confidence in the children for policing and the system.