In an effort to raise awareness about the importance of sanitation and girl child education, students of GDGU School of Communication performed a skit in Abheypur Village, Sohna District. The audience included women and children residing in the potters’ community.
The theme of the skit was the implementation and importance of hygiene, cleanliness and sanitation habits. The story consisted of a small girl named Payal, who after going to school learns why her brother has been repeatedly getting ill due to unhygienic habits.
A large crowd, consisting of villagers of all age groups, enjoyed the skit.
After the skit, an animated discussion took place between the students and the villagers, in which the villagers came forward with their problems and a viable solution was suggested by the students.
The skit was mounted as part of the Event Management course. It was exciting to see the BJMC students perform on the stage confidently with minimal props.
The students who took part in the skit were: Avantika Dedha, Shaquille Gopal Avasthi, Nitika Khera, Khushboo Johnson, Deeksha Goyal , Himanshu Singh, Anisha Kohli and Rajat Ahlawat.
The skit was written and directed by Ms Neha Verma, Assistant Professor.