Saturday, 3 March 2012

A new beginning with NSS: The first step towards Zero Waste Project

Today… it can be seen as a small beginning towards a bigger goal. Today... We started together with the volunteers of National Service Scheme the initiative to make the campus ‘Zero Waste’. The cleanliness drive was formally inaugurated by the Officer on Special Duty Prof. Ravi Pratap Singh by planting tree. Two trees were planted in name of NSS and Eco One. Both the trees were adopted by member of NSS and Eco One Munna Kesari, B.Com(H) I year and Prafull Chuadhari, M.Sc. (Tech.) I respectively.



OSD said, the problems of polythene bags can’t be controlled until we ourself don’t stop using them. He interacted with students and encouraged them to keep doing the good work. He also asked the Eco One and NSS team to prepare a proposal for installation of dustbins and compost pit in the campus.

All the four NSS units with their heads Dr. Somu Singh, Dr. Vinod Singh, Dr. Ajay Singh and Dr. Rajesh Kumar were present to lead the students. The drive was carried out from the Malviya Park via Central Library towards the Jalpan Griha during which more than 100 students volunteered to make the campus clean. The polythenes collected were then burnt and disposed. At the end all the volunteers were treated with refreshments by the NSS.

On this occasion Dr. Somu Singh informed that there are few more campaigns coming up in near future and together with Eco One we will achieve our motive well.

This event marks a new chapter of the motive of Eco One which shares similar compassion for the campus. We welcome this endeavor and say thanks to all the NSS Coordinators.

Now we have only one aim  ‘Zero Waste Campus’.


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