A REPORT ON BEACH CLEANING PROGEAM AT HEJAMADI – KODI BEACH ON THE OCCASION OF NCC DAY
Timings: 0530 hrs to 1130 hrs
Date: 28 Nov 2021
Place: Hejamadi-kodi Beach, Mulki
This report intends to brief about the beach cleaning program organized by Alva’s Institute Of Engineering and Technology along with Alva’s Air Wing NCC, Army Wing NCC and Mantra surfing club on 28 Nov 2021. The program is headed by Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF in which total of 120 cadets/students participated involving 56 cadets and 01 ANO of 06 KAR AIR SQN NCC, flight – B, Mangalore along with 50 army wing cadets and 01 ANO and 14 Dollu team students. The main purpose of the campaign was to create awareness among the cadets and people regarding preservation of estuaries on the occasion of NCC Day.
OUR COMMITMENT AND ACTION
Estuaries is the place where the river and sea meets, it has varied living species when compared to the others. As we throw lot of waste in river it all comes and gets deposited in this region. Managing trustee of Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mr. Vivek Alva briefed about the estuaries, and our responsibility in preserving it, being the youth we should have focused mindset to make sure we preserve the nature’s beauty for next generation as well. There after students and cadets were organized themselves into 06 teams of 20 person each and launched the cleanliness drive throughout the beach and it’s surrounding. Each team leader was given the responsibility to lead the team such that garbage to be collected in proper way. The cadets and students collected more than 60 bags of glass wastes and 50 bags of foam and thermacol wastes and 80 bags of plastic waste which was collected in red/blue bags. Red/Blue bag was for plastic, Black was for Foam and thermacol waste, and white bag was for glass waste. All the non-bio-degradable wastes were deposited at one place.
On the occasion of NCC day we all cadets and ANO of Air wing, and Army wing came together to clean up the stretch. The cleanup was very effective in terms of the collection of garbage and waste collected. Cadets learnt how much waste segregation is important through this activity. It is important to clean surroundings and it’s beneficial for human as well as to Mother Nature. Cadets and students are really enthusiastic and looking for more in future. We would like to thank Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee of AEF for consistent support through providing required facilities to conduct the event.
GLIMPSES OF THE EVENT
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