Every child has the right to live a happy and healthy life. All children deserve access to essential services and opportunities, without fear or discrimination. No one child should have to bear the burden of inequality. Every child deserves a chance to survive and thrive. In a world where every child has an equal opportunity to succeed, no child would be left behind.
All children would have the same chance to grow up healthy, happy, and with the resources they need to succeed.
The inauguration of SRDPS Home's new Intermediate Care Home for the mentally ill and recovering from treatment was held recently. The Tamil Nadu Government's recognition certificate was presented to the District Collector and the Home Director at the event.
The new Intermediate Care Home will provide much needed care and support for those who are suffering from mental illness and are in need of treatment and recovery. It is a great step forward in providing care and support for those who need it the most.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Tamil Nadu Government for their recognition and support of this important project. We hope that the Intermediate Care Home will make a positive difference in the lives of those who need it most.
Our home was thrilled to have a special visit from Tirupattur District Superintendent of Police Dr. K. Balakrishnan and his family today. They helped us celebrate Diwali by spending time with our children and beneficiaries. He also visited our special adoption center, and his generosity was evident when he provided crackers and sweets to the children of our home. It was a memorable Diwali for all of us, and we're grateful to have such supportive friends in our community.
The Diwali festival was celebrated with great happiness by all who attended. The festivities were enjoyed by all, and the atmosphere was one of joy and celebration. Everyone was in good spirits, and the mood was festive. The food was delicious, and the company was excellent. It was a great day, and everyone had a wonderful time.
It's been a long time coming, but schools are finally reopened after being closed for a year and a half. It's a relief for students and teachers alike. For students, it means getting back to a routine and socialising with their peers. And for teachers, it means getting back to doing what they love.
It hasn't been easy, but we're all thrilled that schools are finally open again.
Today, SRDPS organized an awareness program on the safety of female genital mutilation at the Govt. High School. The Iodine Deficiency Screening Program with RBSK Medical Team was held to offer prizes to the students who participated. The aim of the program is to educate and create awareness about the dangers of female genital mutilation and the importance of maintaining good hygiene practices.
Corona Vaccine :
In an effort to ensure that as many people as possible are vaccinated against the novel coronavirus ahead of a mega vaccination camp tomorrow, district officials in Tiruppathur launched an awareness campaign today.
This campaign saw officials going door-to-door in Ampathur to inform people about the importance of getting vaccinated and to encourage them to get vaccinated at the camp tomorrow. District Revenue Officer led the campaign, with the support of the district administration and SRDPS field workers.
Tomorrow's vaccination camp is expected to be one of the largest in the district, and officials are hoping that as many people as possible take advantage of it.
Ganesh Chathurthi :
Ganesha Chaturthi is one of the most popular festivals in India, and it is celebrated with great enthusiasm at SRDPS. This festival is celebrated in honor of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed god of wisdom, and is observed every year on the fourth day of the month of Bhadra. On this day, devotees perform special puja rituals and offer prayers to Lord Ganesha, seeking his blessings. The festival culminates with the immersion of Ganesha idols in water, which is believed to be an auspicious act that brings good fortune.
Krishna Jayanti is a special day for all devotees of Lord Krishna. It is the day when Lord Krishna is believed to have taken birth on earth. On this day, people offer prayers and engage in various religious activities to please the Lord and seek his blessings. May the grace of Krishna reach everyone at home and fill their lives with happiness and peace.
The District Collector of Tirupattur had instructed a cleanup festival to be held in Pasumai Nagar today. Pasumai Nagar is a place where the water bodies have been filled with garbage for many years. However, today the place was completely cleaned. This was made possible by the hard work of the many volunteers who turned up for the event.