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    District Civil Judge Ganta Kavita joins awareness campaign to combat raging phenomenon.

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    A legal science conference was held in Gadwal by the District Judge leagal services authority. The event, organized by Principal Senior Civil Judge and Secretary of the District Legal Services Authority, Ganta Kavita devi, focused on the issue of ragging in educational institutions. It took place at the local Palamuru government PD center’s college hall on Saturday morning.

    During the conference, Judge Kavita devi highlighted the harmful effects of ragging, emphasizing that it can have tragic consequences, including loss of life. She reminded students that ragging is against the law and encouraged them to concentrate on their studies, work towards their goals, and earn respect from their parents and teachers.

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    In addition to discussing ragging, Judge Kavita devi also spoke about the importance of preventing child marriage and promoting well-planned futures for young individuals. Advocate P.O. Narasimha also supported the message of focusing on education and personal development during the conference.

    Overall, the event served as a reminder to students about their legal and moral responsibilities in creating a safe and supportive educational environment.

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