LPU – NSS celebrated Integrity day on 2nd of February, where esteemed guests from JCI, Jalandhar spoke on how “The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home”. Junior Chamber International which is a non-profit international non-governmental organization of young people between 18 and 40 years old. They spoke to students about enjoying the moment of as after being alumni they will never get the chance again to be the same. It was delivered by sharing experiences of their own as for how things were taken lightly when they were students and how they realised after the moment passed. They strengthened the meaning of integrity by explaining that it actually means equality.
Have a look at the proceedings that took place.
The volunteers even took an oath that they would maintain peace and integrity.
Below is the oath of integrity.
I, a student/citizen of the _____________________High School/……………, do hereby promise:
- To pursue, encourage and promote a healthy and dignified environment in my school, in my home, and in my society.
- To uphold principles that will bring honor to me, my family and my country.
- To eliminate any temptation to commit any act of cheating, lying or stealing.
- To accept the lifelong responsibility of upholding the highest levels of honesty, personal integrity, and respect for others.
I have taken this oath of my free will and personal conviction and I shall always stand by this commitment.