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Energy conservation takes conscious effort all year round


Governor Mangubhai Patel said it was necessary to stay alert for 365 days to save energy. Concern for energy conservation must also be reflected in driving. He said that the drops of water make the mighty ocean. Determination, behavior and small precautions to save energy at the individual level will make the nation energy self-sufficient.

Governor Patel was addressing the state level painting competition prize distribution program as part of the Ministry of Central Energy’s 2022 National Energy Conservation Campaign at Ravindra Bhavan today.

Governor Mangubhai Patel said saving energy is actually his production. It is necessary for the user to be aware of the proper use of energy and mindful of energy conservation. Self-reliance in all areas is necessary to build a new India.

For a balance between the demand and the production of energy, it would also be necessary to increase the production, a moderation of the use and an equity in the distribution. The country is changing rapidly under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. A commitment has been made to bring greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2070. Efforts to raise awareness of energy conservation through the campaign are commendable.

Governor Patel said it is clear from the pictures that the children have a practical understanding and imagination and are aware of environmental issues and solutions. It is satisfying to see the understanding of the subject and its presentation in the images.

The children’s creativity in the photos is a happy sign of the Prime Minister’s resolve to bring greenhouse gas emissions to net zero. The Governor wished the children a bright future. He hoped that the children selected for the national competition would bring glory to the name of Madhya Pradesh in the country and establish themselves as good citizens in the society.

At the start, Governor Mangubhai Patel took a look at the exhibit of the participating children’s paintings. The members of the jury and the organizers of the competition were congratulated. The Governor received a keepsake on behalf of NHDC

Governor Patel awarded first prize to Divyanshi Singh, second prize to Nysa Yadav and third prize to Shreya Chaudhary in the class 5-7 group.

In the Class 8to 10 group, the third prize was awarded to Pari Jain, the second to Nitisha Gokhru and the first prize to Nischala Maheshwari.

NHDC chief executive Vijay Kumar Sinha said saving energy is essential for a bright future. To raise public awareness of energy saving, a painting competition was organized for school children of two categories in the country.

At the state level, the competition was held in two categories for children from class 5 to 7 and from class 8 to class 10. Certificate of participation, Rs 2,000 and LED bulb will be given to 50 children from each category. A certificate of participation, Rs 7,500 and an LED bulb will be provided to 10 children in each of the two categories. Prizes worth Rs 50,000 were awarded in the first prize of each category, Rs 30,000 in the second and Rs 20,000 in the third.

To participate in the program, the children and their parents received the cost of train travel in an air-conditioned classroom. Chief Human Resources Director General Ashok Kumar offered a vote of thanks.