Around 382 students from City Montessori School in Lucknow registered for the Behtar India campaign. They not only contributed towards providing dengue protection kits for India’s underprivileged children but also worked to improve the country’s environmental and hygiene conditions.
Over 300 students have registered from Sanjay Ghodawat International School. These students are actively taking part in the Behtar India campaign and are working hard to make India a better country.
Around 107 students from Indirapuram Public School, Crossing Republik, Ghaziabad, have registered for Behtar India’s three-staged competition.
Over 150 students from Montfort School, Delhi have registered for Behtar India’s competition. They have started collecting funds to complete the Stage One of the campaign, in an effort to help create a better India for all.
Over 250 students from Vivekanand School, Delhi have shown interest in the Behtar India campaign and have registered for the inter-school competition.
Over 200 students of The Lawrence School, Sanawar, participated in the Behtar India competition. They are working towards providing Dengue protection kits to India’s underprivileged children and will also go on to plant saplings and clean a part of their city.
Over 140 students from DPS International Edge school in Gurugram have registered for the NDTV-DHFL Pramerica Life insurance Behtar India campaign.
Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun, has got over 500 of its students to register for the Behtar India campaign. The school has already begun collecting money to help provide many underprivileged children in India with dengue protection kits.
Universal School, Ghatkopar, Mumbai has encouraged its students to participate in the Behtar India campaign. Over 400 students of the school have registered for it till now.
More than 200 students from Presidium School, Gurugram have registered for the Behtar India campaign. They have already begun with the first stage of the competition which is collecting funds to provide Dengue Protective Kits to underprivileged children in India.
More than 170 Students from Billabong High International School, Santacruz, Mumbai have already registered for Behtar India’s pan India competition which aims at spreading awareness about sanitation and hygiene while providing Dengue protective kits to underprivileged children across the country.
Over 130 students from Adamas International School, Kolkata registered for NDTV-DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance Behtar India campaign. Registered students will go on to participate for the three stages of the campaign – Behtar Swasthya, Behtar Swachhta and Behtar Vatavaran.
Over 100 students from Indirapuram Public School, Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad have registered for the campaign. Many have already begun collecting funds to provide underprivileged children in India with Dengue protection kits.
As many as 175 students from National English School, Kolkata have registered for the campaign.