Letter to Editor: Create Awareness of Cleanliness

Your school won an award for maintaining cleanliness in and around your school. The whole school worked towards it with dedication. Write a letter in 100-120 words to the editor of a newspaper mentioning the steps that your school took to create awareness of cleanliness. You are School Captain, Shan Sharma, Government Senior Secondary School, New Delhi.

Government Senior Secondary School
New Delhi

April 12, 20××

The Editor
The Tribune
New Delhi

Subject: Awareness towards Cleanliness

Sir I feel immense pleasure to state that our school won an award for maintaining cleanliness in and around our school. But it wasn’t a matter of chance. Our school planned thoroughly for the same and took steps accordingly to create awareness of cleanliness among the students as well as other members of the school. We used to have talks in the morning assembly on the need to maintain cleanliness. Poster competition was organized on the dangers of keeping school unclean. Proper implementation of ‘Swachh Bharat Programme’ was done under the trained N.S.S. teachers. To motivate the students, arrangements were made so that the students, teachers and other staff can listen to the Prime Minister’s talk on maintenance of cleanliness. It was not a one man show; rather it was a joint effort. Notice boards on the campus displayed slogans. “Don’t litter”; clean campus-healthy campus. Rallies were taken out to make the residents of the area aware of the need to maintain cleanliness. The whole school worked towards the set goal with dedication. Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I want to make appeal to the brethren of my country that each and every person should be determined to make his/her surroundings clean and beautiful and work for it wholehearted.

Thanking you

Yours sincerely
Shan Sharma
(School Captain)

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