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vishal Mehra 13-02-2016 Ward No.10 kathua no polithink camp
vishal Mehra 13-02-2016 Ward No.10 kathua no polithink camp
SAIDHUL AHAD 29-01-2016 paramban house Thazhekode west p.o Perinthalmanna,malappuram Liabrary rebuilding
Rahul 26-01-2016 Mattannur,kannur We decided to shoot a film about earth with the help of vision green earth movement society
HEMENDRA KUMAR 25-01-2016 Sikandarpura Rath Hamirpur (u.p.) to improve water label.
SANJIT MAHATO 23-01-2016 VILLAGE-RAMJIVANPUR. P.O P.S=GAMHARIA. STATE -JHARKHAND PIN - 832108 KASHI SAHU COLLEGE SERAIKELLA Special camp activities. Awareness programmes. Cerning health personal hygiene and cleanliness. Plantation of adopted village BUNDU. A survey of adopted villagers. Special camp activities on ( MNREGA. INDRA AWAS YOJNA . OLD AGE PANTION YOUJNA. JAN DHAN YOJNA . ATAL PENTION YOJNA.
rinkal nandasana p 22-01-2016 k.s.n. kanasagara mahila college kalavad road rajkot n.s.s. volunteer state camp,n.i.c. camp,national youth festival,blood donation camp,
Dr.puspa Patra. 11-01-2016 PO,NSS, Udala college,duala.Baripada,Mayurbhanj. NSS volunteers, of Udala College.. Observing "National Road Safetey Week 2016" on DT. 11.01.2016. Volunteers are In a rally from Udala College to Bus stand for cteating Road safety awareness among people in Udala NAC.
Dr Khursheed Ahmad Wani 11-01-2016 ITM University Gwalior NSS AND ECO CLUB CLEANED TIGRHA Tighra reservoir was constructed on Saank River in the year 1917 near Tighra village in Gwalior district, Madhya Pradesh. It is situated approximately 23 km west of Gwalior city at an altitude of 218.58 m from mean sea level. This wetland is a source of drinking water to people of Gwalior and its water is used for agricultural and industrial purposes as well. The wetland is rich in biodiversity and play important role in the natural environment. It is a major structural component of littoral habitats, acting as shelters, nesting and feeding grounds for fish and birds of the area. Due to influx of local tourists the wetland is getting contaminated day by day. The visitors drop polythene bags, water pouches, plastic bottles, wasted food into the wetland destroying the beauty of the reservoir and deteriorating the quality of water. The students of ECO CLUB and NSS, ITM University along with faculty members visited the reservoir on 9 January, 2016 to clean the reservoir. The National Service Scheme (NSS) and ECO CLUB have now decided to move forward with the project to desilt and remove the solid waste, polythene bags and the weeds from the reservoir. The faculty members stressed the students that they should incorporate environment into Engineering and construct dams that will have the self purification mechanism to reduce and tolerate the pollution load. Meanwhile, we have started removing garbage that pollutes the reservoir and there was a good zeal and passion among the students of ECO CLUB and NSS members. The students were very happy with this kind of activity and they have taken a pledge to work for the social cause in near future. However, the recovery of a lake environment is not the job of a single person but the entire community. All people who care about the wetland environment, such as local residents and those on the upper and lower reaches who use the water, should express their concern through action. This activity was widely appreciated by the tourists and the local people of Tighra.
Dheeraj Kaushik 28-12-2015 Village-Hirapur, Teh-Ballabgarh, Distt-Faridabad 121004 I WANT TO JOIN IN NSS TO SERVE THE NATION
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