Mithila Foundation has conducted the Eye campus on 24.1.2010 associating with M.V. Eye Hospital,
Donated a sum of Rs. 2250/-, for Tree plantation, (donated for the plant pottery for tree plantation i.e., for 50 plants) jointly with Rotary Club.  more
Learn the rules and follow them conscientiously even when nobody is watching. Don’t justify traffic violations by saying that you are sure that they are ‘safe’.  more
These signs are located at the entry to the one-way street and repeated at intermediate intersections on that street.   more
Loss or damage by accident, fire, lightning, self ignition, external explosion  more
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India has the second largest road network in the world with over 3 million km of roads of which 60% are paved. These roads make a vital contribution to the India's economy. On the whole, the facilities for the road users are not up to the mark, leading to a high toll of the death victims. Recently, there is a growing concern over the road crash problem.
Smart Motorist brings you expert advice on the newest technology, safety equipment, and strategies for safe navigations of today's roadways. You'll find clear, informative articles on subjects like Cell Phones, SUVs, Road Rage, Distracted Drivers, and Winter Driving. Global road safety raises political will and encourage swift action to stop.
Safety Wheels is the Project, working on developing Road Safety awareness and skills amongst the Public. We work as a pressure group to give a wake-up call to the authorities concerned and shake the bad driving habits of our people. The global epidemic of road crash fatalities and disabilities is gradually being recognized as a major public health concern.
The rules of 'Right-of Way' help determine the issue of 'who gets to go first' in different driving situations. Any vehicle or pedestrian having the 'Right-of-Way' gets to go first. The driver and the pedestrian are both responsible for traffic safety. “Safety is as simple as ABC…Always Be Careful”
Mithila Foundation
“Mithila Foundation” is formed for the charitable purposes. The Trustees, Mr. R. Senthil Rajagopal and Mrs. G. Ponnarasi, W/o. Mr. R. Senthil Rajagopal, are managing and administering this Charitable Trust. This particular project – Safety Wheels was developed in order to create an awareness among the people.
Road accidents now become very casual and this can be avoided to maximum by creating awareness by which people follow rules. Keeping this in mind, we strive hard to reduce the number of accidents taking place in our country. This project may not eliminate 100% accidents, but will safeguard atleast one people.
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