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DPT allowed School Students of Kandla Complex to visit Port as part of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’

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GANDHIDHAM : The Deendayal Port Trust has joined the Nation in celebrating ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav”, as part of which, the Port had organized an event to depict the growth of the Nation and the Port after independence on 10th December, 2021. To accomplish the event, the Deendayal Port Trust opened doors of the Port for a day for the School students of the Kandla complex.

Nearly 400 students along with Teachers visited the Port. Each of the students were welcome at the North Gate by the Port’s officials. The short documentary film showing the growth of the Port and the facility available was shown to the students, followed by which a Film on Safety was also shown. Brochures containing Port’s details, Notepad, Pen and Cap having logo of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav and Deendayal Port Trust were distributed to them. They were also provided with refreshment/snacks and drinking water. The Port has also provided bus facility to the students from School to Port and back. During the visit of the Port, each Bus was provided with Port official to brief the students of the infrastructure facility and the cargo handling, apart from CISF personnel for their security. The event was organized following the COVID protocols. All the students appreciated the efforts and arrangements made by the Port Trust. The students, who were confined to their Schools and Homes due to situation prevailing in the wake of COVID, were very happy to see the Port.

The students of 7 Schools, viz. (1) Govt. High School, Ganeshnagar; (2) M.P. Patel Kanya Vidhyalaya; (3) J.S. Adarsh Kanya Maha Vidyalaya; (4) R.P. Patel Gujarat Vidhyalaya (Higher Secondary); (5) Maitri Maha Vidyalaya; (6) Kairali Higher Secondary English School; and (7) Bhartiya Vidya Mandir, Kandla, participated in the event. Initially, the Port was planning to allow more number of Schools to visit the Port; however, due to COVID situation, only 400 students were allowed to visit the Port.

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