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  News   Punjab  06 Jul 2020  Education department launches campaign to install 'Fattis' in vehicles

Education department launches campaign to install 'Fattis' in vehicles

ROZANA SPOKESMAN
Published Jul 6, 2020, 4:56 pm IST
Updated Jul 6, 2020, 4:56 pm IST
Punjab School Education Department has now further launched a campaign to put 'Fattis' (wooden writing tablet) in vehicles.
Mission Fateh
 Mission Fateh

Chandigarh: After launching an effective campaign to create awareness among the people about the epidemic of Covid-19, the Punjab School Education Department has now further launched a campaign to put 'Fattis' (wooden writing tablet) in vehicles.

Disclosing this here today, a spokesperson of the education department said that under 'Mission Fateh', the department has decided to distribute splints for hanging in the cars and other vehicles. These 'Fattis' would be distributed free of cost. The campaign has been launched from Gurdaspur district and in a few days it will be rolled out across the state.

Mission FatehMission FatehAccording to the spokesperson teachers of Punjab school education department have already launched a 'Pran' (pledge) campaign to create awareness among the people about the Covid-19 epidemic. 

Teachers and students of various schools have been also making posters and sketches to create awareness about the seriousness of the epidemic of Corona.

These posters pledge to follow the instructions issued by the Punjab Government and the applicable rules while traveling by private or public transport beside washing hands, wearing masks, maintaining social distance, to make 'Mission Fateh' a complete success against epidemic.

Punjab government Punjab government At the same time, awareness is being spread through posters to download the COVA app so that the message and method of fighting Corona can be better communicated to everyone.

It may be mentioned that at present the number of Corona patients are on the rise which, has made this awareness campaign more important for obedience to government instructions by every citizen.

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