We proactively conducted various programs under ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’. One more initiative under ‘Swachh Gram’ programme was conducted at village Huka from 7th November to 13th November 2014. 36 students cleaned the village, conducted ‘Pabhat-Pheris’ every morning to create awareness about the importance of cleanliness and visited every house in the village to discuss ways and means to clean the village. On 2nd and 3rd December, 2014 we organized a ‘Swachh Sheri Abhiyan’. 35 students and faculty members cleaned the areas of Maneknath Nagar and Premnagar, North Zone, Sajpur Municipal Ward, Naroda and created awareness for cleanliness with the co-operation of local residents. Moreover this street was adopted for a year and will be constantly monitoring its cleanliness.
One of the aims of NCC was to build the character of cadet and develop his/her civic sense with dedication to the nation. The enthusiasm of cadets were promoted and encouraged to perform their duties towards nation. As a part of social responsibility, cadets involved themselves in the cleanliness project organized by NCC girls. They cleaned the roads and spread the message among the shopkeepers to keep their surroundings clean and to establish a proper system to dispose the refuge.
Additionally, a cleanliness campaign was conducted at Leelapur near Vaishnodevi Temple. They asked local residents about their problems, cleaned the roads and also lent a hand in building toilets and bathrooms for appropriate sanitation. They swept the roads, distributed dustbins in the village and surrounding villages and even kept dustbins on the roads. They also cleared a pond situated in that village. They also conducted a cleanliness drive at Swarnimnagar area Shaheri Garib Awas Yojna where me and my team along with around 150 students cleaned the entire area and created awareness about cleanliness.
One fine day me & team visited Cinder Track ground on their Sports Day and realized that the ground was in dire need of Swachta Mission. And that’s where we took up the challenge under the ongoing Swachta Drive at GLS. Around 50 students along with the faculty members went to the ground and picked a spot that was full of filth and dirt.