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Glorious College of Computer Science 07-08-2015 Dollarrai Mankad marg, Opp. A.G. Staff Quarters, Nr. Saurashtra University Gardi Gate, Rajkot We have recently arranged the plantation program for our students in loving memory of late Shri APJ Abdul Kalam on 03-08-2015. Students have given Shradhdhanjali by planting each tree in thier area.
Dr. Rajeev Kumar Gaba 07-08-2015 Doon Valley Group of Institutes, Karnal 110 tree plantation by the NSS group in the Campus of Doon Valley.
sunil kumar sharma 02-08-2015 vill.-dhani moti Singh post.-dhingi via-sadulpur dist.-churu Rajasthan.331023 planting in desertic area in churu district.. developing herbal garden in lohia college churu Rajasthan (India)
Dr Khursheed Ahmad Wani 31-07-2015 Department of Environmental Science ITM University, Gwalior A one day Parthenium Plant Eradication Programme as a part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was conducted by the NSS Unit of ITM University, Gwalior at Mango garden on 31 July, 2015.. The NSS volunteers removed parthenium plants in and around the Mango garden and will be burnt after 3 days. In this programme about 50 NSS Volunteers participated actively. Dr K A Wani (NCC Program officer), Dr Shalabh Sharma, Dr Shivom Singh, K.K. Upadhyay and other faculty members were also present and guided the NSS volunteers in different ways so that the weed may not cause any type of harmful impact to the NSS volunteers. Parthenium hysterophorus is an aggressive ubiquitous annual herbaceous weed with no economic importance unravelled till now. It is commonly known as ‘altamisa’, carrot grass, bitter weed, star weed, white top, wild feverfew, the “Scourge of India” and congress grass. This noxious weed is often spotted on abandoned lands, developing residential colonies around the towns, railway tracks, roads, drainage and irrigation canals, etc. This weed grows luxuriantly in established gardens, plantations and vegetable crops. Due to its high fecundity a single plant can produce 10,000 to 15,000 viable seeds and these seeds can disperse and germinate to cover large areas. This weed is considered to be a cause of allergic respiratory problems, contact dermatitis, mutagenicity in human and livestock. The best way to destroy the weed is burning method. The removal process will be continued with the mission of Parthenium free campus. Reported by Dr K A Wani (NCC Program officer)
premchand Duan 31-07-2015 P.O..,NSS UNIT-1 Sohela Degree college,sohela dist-bargarh pin-768033. planted 200 sapling by NSS volunte.ers
MAHENDRA KUMAR NAYAK 30-07-2015 NEHRU YUVA KENDRA NABRANGPUR ODISHA 250 and above tree plantation at Indravati project college, tentulikhunti block of odisha. local MLA representatives, Governing body mbrs, lectures and students will paticipate. ABVP, NSS, NYK ALSO HELP TO PLANT TREES
AMAL JOHNY 29-07-2015 VOLUNTEER SECRETARY NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME PAVANATMA COLLEGE UNIT NO:56 MURICSSERY-IDUKKI KERALA-INDIA PLANTED 50 TREES IN ADOPTED VILLAGE
Pratap Dinkar Patil 29-07-2015 At Post -Kondoshi Tal -Bhudargad Dist -Kolhapur State -Maharastra Pin 416210 plantation 100 terre in my village
JHUNUBALA DAS 26-07-2015 JAJPUR ODISHA PLANTATION DRIVE ORGANIZED BY KSHETRAPAL SCHOOL AND KASTURABA MAHILA MANDAL, JARAKA SHG MAHASANGH. PLANT 1400 TREE. TREE COLLECTED FROM DFO, 33 WOMEN AND 45 YOUTH PARTICIPATE.SUCESSFULLY ORGANIZED.
MADHUSMITA HALDAR 26-07-2015 WB plant 33 tree in my garden......
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