Udupi: Session on 'safe touch and unsafe touch' held at Trinity Central School, Perampalli

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Udupi, Sep 27: A day was specially dedicated to safeguard and protect young minds and give them the warmth of wellbeing through a programme on “Good touch and Bad touch” organized at Trinity Central School, Perampally on September 26.

Kasturba Hospital Manipal faculty Dr Aparna, senior resident, Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology and Anagha Deshmukh, assistant professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, Dr Veekram, HoD, Department of Forensic Medicine conducted the session.

Rtn Dr Deepak Bairy, secretary, Rotary Club Manipal, Rtn Chandni Gupta, chairperson of Interact Club and Prajna Prathap, president of Interact Club were also present.

The session was specially held for the students of grade 3 and 4. The children learnt to identify the “No touch” areas and gained knowledge on safe adults and whom to report when there is an alarming situation.

The motto of the session was to enlighten the children that their body belongs to them and they need to stay safe and secure all the time. Overall it was a successful event.




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