Cleanliness is very important in our life from all the aspects. We should take care of it all through the life. Practice of cleanliness starts from the home and school from the very little age. It affects us very badly when we do not maintain cleanliness. Following are some short speech and long speech on cleanliness given by us. All the speech on cleanliness will surely help students to take part in the speech recitation activity in the school or college at any event celebration or debate competition programme. Following cleanliness speech provided below are written using very easy words and small sentences for the students. So, you can select any speech on cleanliness according to your need and requirement:
Speech on Cleanliness
Cleanliness Speech – 1
Good morning to the sir, madam and my friends. My name is … I study in class … Today, I will recite a speech on cleanliness. I have especially selected this topic because of much importance of it in our daily lives. Actually, the means of cleanliness is the complete absence of dirt, dust, stains, and bad smells at home, working places or surrounding areas. The most important purpose of maintaining cleanliness is to get health, beauty, remove offensive odor as well as avoid the spread of dirt and contaminants. We clean our teeth, clothes, body, hair on daily basis in order to get freshness and achieving cleanliness.
We use variety of products and water to clean different things accordingly. What we see with our eyes is that, cleaning helps us to remove dirt and bad odour. However, what we do not see with our eyes is that, cleaning also removes harmful microorganisms (like bacteria, virus, fungus, algae, etc) from the things. It keeps us healthy and away from variety of diseases especially caused by the harmful microorganisms. According to the germ theory of disease, cleaning means the total absence of germs. In some industrial processes, it requires exceptional cleanliness which is achieved especially in the clean rooms. Presence of dirt and bad odour may decrease the power of our immune system.
Commonly, there are two types of cleanliness, one is physical cleanliness and another is internal cleanliness. Physical cleanliness keeps us clean from outside and gives us feeling of wellbeing with confidence. However, internal cleanliness keeps us mentally peaceful and away from anxiety. Internal cleanliness means a mind absence of dirty, bad and negative thinking. Keeping the heart, body and mind clean and peaceful is the complete cleanliness. However, we also need to keep clean our surrounding areas so that we can live in a healthy and clean environment. It will keep us away from the epidemic diseases and give us the feeling of social wellbeing.
There is a very old saying that “cleanliness is next to godliness”. It is well said by the John Wesley. Cleanliness should be given a priority in all the homes from the childhood so that a little one can practice it as a habit and can be benefitted all through the life. Cleanliness is like a good habit which not only benefits a person, however; it benefits the family, society and country and thus whole planet. It can be developed at any age however best to practice it from the childhood. I, as a child requesting to all the parents that please help your kids to practice this habit as it is you who can give this country a good citizen.
Cleanliness Speech – 2
Good morning to the respected Principal sir, sir, madam and dear colleagues. I … studying in class … standard would like to speech on cleanliness at this event. Cleanliness is a good habit; it keeps us happy physically, mentally, socially and intellectually. It is very true that cleanliness begins at home. The sign of cleanliness is a well managed place whether it is a home, working place, school, college, government or private buildings, hotel, restaurant, airport, railways station, etc. The level of cleanliness should be high which is possible if everyone shows his/her effort. It is not the act of one person. It needs regular support and proper understanding from the end of each person.
Cleanliness attracts positive energies towards it and it can impress anyone. Cleanliness level becomes generally high in the developed countries because of the good citizens, strict government rules, high education level and proper understanding of the people. A person with good habits can change the environment of a home however a country with good citizens can change its future as well as the environment of whole planet. In order to show our real potential all through the world, we have to maintain cleanliness all across the country. It is the only thing which can earn respect because a big land, power, and rich natural resources does not matter in the lack of cleanliness.
The maintenance of cleanliness in any country depends on the education level, poverty, and population of the country. The most important factor is education as good education can reduce the poverty level and provide relief from the over population. If the citizens of the country will be educated they can well maintain the cleanliness all through the country. They can pass good habits to their next generation also. Number of cleanliness drives has been run by the government of India however never get much success because of high level illiteracy. The most recent cleanliness drive named as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan run the Indian PM, Narendra Modi, is quite successful.
It is very serious topic and we have to maintain cleanliness in our country, which can be better started from our homes, if we really want development in India. We have to understand that our country is our home and then no problem will be there. As being the citizen of the country, we all are responsible for cleaning any dirty place we see. We should keep our roads, tourist places, historical places, schools, colleges, office buildings, etc very neat and clean.
Cleanliness Speech – 3
Good morning to the Principal mam, sir, madam and my dear friends. I … studying in class … standard, would like to speech on cleanliness. I am very grateful to my class teacher that she has given me such a great opportunity to recite a speech on cleanliness at this event. My dear friends, we all are good people, no one is bad. Then why we are making our future bad and diseased by spreading dirty things and wastes everywhere. Our country is our home; we should not make it dirty. We get respect as an Indian in the abroad so our country is our identity on this planet. It is our responsibility to keep it clean and bright so that it can earn more respect worldwide.
We keep our homes clean then why not our schools, colleges, roads, offices, tourist places, stations, etc all through the country. We only remember that we have to clean a place where we live, means a home only. But why we do not remember that our country is our main home. Our home is our identity within the country however our country is our identity outside the country means in abroad. We are responsible citizens of it then we have to make it clean and no one else. In order to get respect from others, first we have to respect our property and keep it clean.
We keep our homes and religious places clean and do not wear shoes or slippers inside, so that they can be clean. But, on the other hand, we follow wrong practices and spit out on the roads, corners of office buildings, etc. We throw wastes on the roads or corners of the colony; what is this? I am asking what this is. I am not saying that I am only good or I never involved in such activities. I am just saying that how long we will be unconscious and involved in such type of unconscious activities. When the day will come, we will be much conscious every moment so that such bad activities cannot be happened. If we are not trying to keep our country clean then how we will protect tourists from other countries from making it dirty.
I think, none of the day is better than today. Today is the day when we should promise ourselves and our mother country that we will keep it clean forever and never make it dirty in future. Just think that, how bright our homes and whole country look at Diwali, what will happen if it look daily. If the cleanliness only at Diwali can give us confidence, power and positive energy for the whole year, then again think that, can we not get power, confidence, positive energy, a healthy life, a healthy environment, and positive attitude of other countries worldwide forever.
Cleanliness Speech – 4
Good morning to the Excellencies, Principal sir, sir, madam and my dear friends. At this event, I would like to speech on cleanliness. I am very thankful to my class teacher that she has selected me to speech on cleanliness at this event. It is the serious topic and needs high level social awareness. People in the developed countries (Western Europe and North America) never depend on the authorities sweeping as they never dirt their roads or surrounding areas. They do themselves on daily basis. We too have to take such effective steps to clean our country. We should not wait any authority sweeper that he/she will pick up the broom and clean our surrounding areas and roads.
First we should not make public places dirty and if it happens, we have to clean it as only we are responsible. This responsibility needs to be understood by every Indian citizen. There is need to change our mentality as only this can keep India clean. Lots of cleaning resources and measures cannot be effective enough to keep India clean until we change our mind that whole country is like our home and we need to keep it clean. It is our property, not other’s. We need to understand that, a country is like a home in which various family members live in joint family.
As we suppose that, things inside the home are our own property and we never make them dirty and spoil. In the same way, we need to suppose that, everything outside the home is also our own property and we should never make them dirty and keep clean. We can change the drastic situation of our country through collective ownership. Instead of infrastructure improvements, effective plants for wastes treatment from industries, agriculture, and other fields, laws and rules by government, etc; we need to think and consider our own responsibility using our own mind and effort. It is not the responsibility of government only; it is the collective responsibility of each and every Indian citizen.
It is true that we cannot clean the whole country in a day or year, however; it will be our big hand if we stop making filthy the public places in India. It is our responsibility to stop ourselves as well as others who are making India’s public property filthy. As we generally see in our family that, every member has some particular responsibility (someone for sweeping, someone for cleaning, someone for bringing vegetables, someone for outside works, etc) and he/she has to do that timely in anyway. Just like that, if all the Indians take responsibility (of cleanliness and prevent from getting dirty) for small space in the surrounding areas, I think that, the day is not so far when we will see cleanliness everywhere all through the country.
Before starting any cleanliness drive, we have to make sure that we have a clean mind first. Cleanliness is not only necessary to get good impression from others; however it is very important for the healthy mind, body, spirit, and environment. As we care for our body to be clean, we must care for our country too.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (or Clean India Mission) is a clean India drive run by the Government of India to cover around 4,041 statutory cities and towns of India to clean the roads, streets, and making better infrastructure of the country. We should respect and follow this national campaign and support it through our every possible effort.
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Simply Punjabi interacts with different NGOs who are actively participating in the clean campaign and educating people on how to keep their surroundings litter-free.TAMMANAIt is 7 a.m. and young boys and girls from different educational institutes i
Simply Punjabi interacts with different NGOs who are actively participating in the clean campaign and educating people on how to keep their surroundings litter-free.
It is 7 a.m. and young boys and girls from different educational institutes in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula have already gathered at the Sector 25 slum. Greeted by loud cries from the children who live there, everybody seems to be aware about the agenda of the day. They purposefully start striding towards the garbage dump with their brooms and empty containers.
Leading the team, Isha Kakaria, founder-president of Tammana, which has more than75 volunteers from across the Tricity, thinks that despite its tag of 'the City Beautiful', the condition of slums in Chandigarh poses a health risk to those living there. "Look for yourself. See the water meshes, overflowing toilets and garbage spilling out of bins. It is important that the residents here are educated about the health risks that such unhygienic conditions pose and are encouraged to work towards keeping their surroundings clean," she says.
Established in 2008, the NGO, which regularly conducts cleanliness drives and undertakes educational programmes in slums, seems to be getting a better response ever since the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was launched a few months ago. "The drive has surely created a wave. People have become more receptive towards what we say. They have begun to understand that it is important they contribute towards making their surroundings clean and do not depend on government agencies and NGOs alone," says Kakaria.
Tammana, which also undertakes internship for students, will be carrying out more cleanliness drives at regular intervals in the near future. "Consistency is the key. Also, we will keep educating children and their parents to ensure that they dispose of the garbage properly," says Kakaria.
Talk to her about how the Municipal Corporation can chip in and she is quick to reply, "They must take care of the stagnant water, place more bins and ensure quick disposal of garbage. We have noticed that dogs and other animals scatter the garbage if it is not removed timely," she says. Stressing that the key to keep surroundings clean is to encourage children to take on the responsibility, Kakaria says, "They can be instrumental in convincing their parents and spreading the word."
As soon as religious processions and langars conclude, these cyclists emerge to clean up the paper plates and glasses left on the road-side. They also go to different villages in the periphery of Ludhiana to encourage the residents to make cleanliness a way of life and not just a drive for a few hours.
Meet Ludhiana Paddlers, an NGO that was set up in 2005 by Davinder Singh Nagi, a teacher. It now has more than 100 members from a cross-section of the society including doctors, engineers, students, traders, landlords and businessmen.
"Considering the fact that Ludhiana is a highly populated industrial town, you can well-imagine the waste that is produced here. Besides other things, our aim has always been to acquaint the people with the need to keep their surroundings clean by disposing of garbage at marked places and not using non-renewable plastic material," says 38-year old Nagi, the founder-president of the NGO.
Stressing that the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan has proven to be instrumental in awakening the people including those residing in the countryside, Nagi elaborates.
"Earlier, whenever we used to visit villages, the response of the people there would generally be lukewarm. That has changed now. People now are showing more interest and quiz us on how to maintain cleanliness in their areas."
Currently working on cleaning the Sidhwan canal, which runs through Ludhiana, by involving school children along with their volunteers, Nagi feels the need of the hour is that different NGOs stat working together for common goals. "That would really help in cleaning up this city. There are many genuine NGOs but the problem is that everyone works in isolation. It is high time that we all join hands for speedy results. We must sit together and chart out a strategy," he says.
Calling upon the administration to limit the use of thermocol utensils and plastic bags, Nagi says the Municipal Corporation should earmark areas for different NGOs so that the results are more effective. "Also, schools must organise regular lectures by doctors who can acquaint the students on the need to keep their surroundings clean. We have seen that lectures by practicing professionals have always had a positive impact," he says.
Pleading that the numerous industries in Ludhiana and its periphery need to be more sensitive towards the environment, Nagi adds they should have a dedicated department to deal with proper disposal of industrial waste. "Unless that happens, a clean Ludhiana will remain a distant mirage," he says. The NGO, which also conducts regular drug awareness camps, also suggests heavy fines for littering.
"Who will believe that this river had clear waters once? We may be putting all our efforts in the cleanliness drive but things will change only if the administration collaborates with different NGOs," says Geetanjali Uppal, a volunteer with Panchkula-based NGO Samarpan, which is working towards cleaning the banks of the Ghaggar River that flows near Panchkula. Uppal, who has been working with the NGO ever since its Tricity chapter was established five years ago, says that post the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, they have been organising cleanliness camps at Colony number 1 and 2 in Panchkula every fortnight.
"We are seven volunteers, accompanied by 120 students who not only collect garbage but also teach residents how to dispose of waste properly. This includes zero littering, taking care of dead animals and purifying water," says the 38-year-old.
Mandeep Pandher, another volunteer with the NGO, stresses that they would be able to work more effectively if the Municipal Corporation provided them with tractor-trolleys and carts for waste disposal. "If the waste is not collected on time, all are efforts go in vain," says 38-year-old Pandher.
Pandher points that the problem of littering is not limited to slums only. "Even the posh sectors in Chandigarh and Panchkula face this problem. We have noticed that it easier to convince the slum dwellers not to litter as compared to educating the elite who live in the best sectors in the Tricity," he concludes.