Happy New Year

31st December 2017

2 O’clock in the night

What comes to your mind when thinking about 2.am in the night: sleeping. But, in Jammu and Kashmir, our soldiers were fighting with terrorist. We lost 5 of them. And they(terrorist) were only three.

10 O’clock in the morning

Most of us were still sleeping because it was Sunday and we consider Sunday as a sleeping day. Most of us had New Year Party in their office last night, so they were tired of drinking. Some were planning for their New Year Party. But no one had time to open their TV and see the news.

12 O’clock

Terror attack news had spread in India. Our leaders had twitted about the attack. Most of us saw the news and ignore it because we had to do planning for our New Year Party. But, our soldiers were still fighting with terrorist.

10 O’clock at night

We are busy at our Party. We all are party birds, so we had no time for Our country. Everyone was busy with their own plan but what about those family who lost their family member. What about the wife who lost her husband, the sister who lost her brother, the mother who lost her son? Was this a new year for them? Was this a new year for India? We have lost our 5 soldiers. And we have no care about anything because this was New Year.

I’m not opposing of Celebrating New Year but think about them who lost their loved one.

By the way Happy New Year to all.

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Digi educate

 

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What is your plan for 31st Dec? The answer was, educating people about digital payment.
On 31st Dec 2016, I and my classmates went to nearby village Rithoz. Our one team already visited there a week ago and educate them about digital payment. We went again and got a very shocking response. People don’t know about the digital mode of payment, but most of them own branded cars. But, they have eager to learn. No matter what is their age, children, women, girls, shopkeeper, senior citizen, everyone is eager to learn.

I and my teammate Anushree (we divide the team of two: one boy and one girl) went into some house and collect data about they are using ATM cards or not? their account is linked to adhar card or not? We went in a house where every person in the house has a bank account, but the account is neither linked to adhar card nor they have ATM cards. But they are ready to learn about the mode of digital payment. We tried to educate them. They shared their problems; we gave solutions and many more. When we returned, we had satisfaction, on last day of the year, we did something better than others.

My team is also talking with banks near to these villages and if it will get success, we again arrange a meeting in villages and try to provide them all banking facilities.

 

 

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