Siliguri, 29th May: North Bengal University’s Mass Communication Department made significant strides in reaching remote communities with a series of impactful initiatives. Today, the students and professors of the department set foot in Azamabad Tea Garden, located in Naxalbari, to bring about positive change. Engaging street plays were performed aiming to raise awareness about women’s education and health in the tea garden area.
The collaborative efforts of two voluntary organizations, Duhita and Panchhi, played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of this program. Notably, clothing items were also distributed among the children, adding to the program’s comprehensive nature.
Expressing his thoughts, Subhrajyoti Kundu, the Head of the Department of Mass Communication at NBU, emphasized that this initiative was a result of a collaboration between the department and the organizations, Duhita and Panchhi. He added that the primary objective of this program was to raise awareness among the people residing in remote areas and empower women to become self-sufficient.