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Peace Treaty signed in Seoul, South Korea. These signatures signified the support of the Indian youth regarding the world peace and saying a no to war.

Today we were assigned to go to CMR Institute of Technology. and T JOHN COLLEGE  We had a task to get 500 signatures by the students who supported the Peace Treaty signed in Seoul, South Korea. These signatures signified the support of the Indian youth regarding the world peace and saying a no to war.
The work was not an easy job as getting 500 signatures meant talking and interacting with 500 students; but we really enjoyed doing it. Sarina was another volunteer studying in CMRIT who helped us throughout. Though we couldn’t get the permission to go inside classes, we were still able to reach our target on time. The students of CMRIT AND T JOHN  were very friendly and cooperated very well. Altogether today was a great and a successful day.







The work was not an easy job as getting 500 signatures meant talking and interacting with 500 students; but we really enjoyed doing it. Sarina was another volunteer studying in CMRIT who helped us throughout. Though we couldn’t get the permission to go inside classes, we were still able to reach our target on time. The students of CMRIT AND T JOHN  were very friendly and cooperated very well. Altogether today was a great and a successful day.

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