01 Oct 2016

Narcotics control bureau programme

DRUG AWARENESS PROGRAMME AT DME

‘SAY NO TO DRUGS, YES TO LIFE’ –

On 20 September, 2016 Drug awareness program was organized by DME in association with Delhi Zonal Unit of Narcotics Control Bureau at Nelson Mandela Auditorium where students from all departments (BJMC, BBA, BBALLB, and B.A.LLB) have attended the lecture with interest and enthusiasm.

The guests of the event were Mr Sanjay Mehta, ACP Narcotics Control Bureau of India and former Assistance Commander, CISF, and Ms Sarita Kataria, Intelligence Officer, Narcotics Control Bureau of India.

Mr Sanjay Mehta has taken initiative to start the session by interacting with students. He shared his experiences of life and his journey from a commander in CISF to intelligence officer at NCB that surely fill the empty pots of minds with information regarding drug abuse. He focused on the issues which are responsible for the production and supply of drugs in the society. Nowadays, increasing demand of drug has posed a threat on mankind. Henceforth, Mr Mehta appealed to students for not using the drugs and takes a step forward to reduce the demand from the society that results in the complete eviction of this drug problem.

Further, Ms Sarita Kataria shared information with the help of a ppt presentation related to the issue titled as ‘Drugs and You.’ She discussed about the habit of using drugs by youngsters which starts as casual experiment and ends with a regular practice.

The Guest Speakers has also guided the teachers to help and support parents and authoritative persons in a system to fight against this problem. Adding to more serious consequences of the problem, a small documentary has screened that depicts the side effects of drug consumption. Speakers of the lecture have also given information regarding the legal consequences of drug consumption and various provisions and punishments as laid down in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act. The event was concluded by formal vote of thanks given by Ms Aditi Singh, faculty Law Department DME.

img_3558

img_3632

img_3650