World Heritage Day is celebrated in schools every year to raise awareness among students about the diversity of cultural heritage across the world and to sensitize them to protect the historical monuments, the shared wealth of humankind. On this occasion, in Rotary Public School, Gurgaon, a special Assembly was organized for the students in the form of presentation of a skit and poem recital to bring about the awareness in the youth of today to value and consider the importance of cultural heritage in their lives.
Gurgaon Traffic police is doing a lot of work these days- especially trying to bring the commuters in line. They are going around in the millennium city and challaning people and riders so that awareness level regarding the traffic rules increase among the people of Gurgaon- a place where people happily flout rules.
The past generation can boast of lazy afternoons with mud as their campanion during their summer vacation, but children of this generation utilize their time by engaging in various activities, especially in big cities. In Gurgaon, when every child is in competition with each other over who would be the best all-rounder, these summer camps are very important as they not only develop the personalities but also makes them skilled in new aspects of life.
Cancer is a widespread disease in India and Gurgaon has its share of cases. A number of hospitals cater to the cancer patients of the city. But to spread mass consciousness, Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon organized a cancer awareness program on Monday, with world renowned Oncologist, Dr. Olufunmilayo F. Olopade gracing the event as the guest lecturer.