Daughter of a farm labourer, 16-year-old M. Sravani, assumed the workplace of Anantapur District Collector on Sunday and it was dream-come-true for the Senior Intermediate scholar of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) Garladinne. She was named ‘One-Day Collector’ as a part of the International Day of Girls celebrations.
Wearing a cotton saree, she was nervous until her identify was introduced by a draw of heaps in entrance of a battery of mediapersons within the District Collector’s workplace complicated on Sunday morning, however as soon as introduced she didn’t blink an eyelid to boldly inform the world about her priorities as ‘One Day Collector’. District Collector Gandham Chandrudu launched the ‘Balike Bhavishyathu’ (Girl Child is the way forward for society) programme within the district to convey consciousness on the rights of adolescent women within the society and supply them with the respect due and proper place within the society.
“We have forgotten to care for the animals and keep our surroundings clean,” mentioned Ms. Sirisha. The complete gathering of outstanding girls from numerous NGOs on the Collector’s chamber and the district officers have been shocked to listen to the ‘One-Day Collector’ communicate as she was very clear in her thoughts that she aspired to develop into a instructor when she grew up and guarantee all the varsity dropouts are educated.
To present some sanctity to the train, she was given a file that sanctioned Rs.25,000 compensation to a lady, who was a sufferer in an SC/ST Atrocities Case, and Ms. Sirisha learn your entire file and singed on the dotted traces. The RDT Hospital Director Vishala Ferrer, the REDS president Bhanuja have been there to information the ‘One Day Collector and Ms. Sirisha signing a second file explained that working women had other domestic responsibilities to fulfil towards their families, so a decision was taken by the District Administration that none of the woman employees would be contacted for official work between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m.
K. Chinmayi, a 10th Standard student of Sarada School, assumed office as ‘One-Day Municipal Commissioner’ and put forth her resolution for the adolescent women’ issues in class. “Menstruating girls sometimes find it difficult to find a sanitary napkin and the right place and atmosphere to dispose of the used one,” she mentioned in search of to arrange merchandising machines for the sanitary napkins at colleges.
She together with the ‘One-Day Collector’ inspected the sanitation within the metropolis and dealing of the Ward Secretariat in ‘First Line’ space of Anantapur, whereas the Municipal Commissioner PVVS Murthy accompanied them. Daughter of a mechanic B. Madhushree was made Joint Collector Revenue, Sameera District Revenue Officer, Sahasra assumed workplace as Joint Collector Development.