Mangaluru: ‘Swach Soch’ seminar organised by Red Cross and NSS units of SAC

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Mangaluru, Feb 27: “Every Citizen has a Major Role in the Beautification &maintaining Cleanliness in the country,” said Dr Rajamohan Rao, convener of Nagareeka Salahaa Samithi & Swach Surathkal Abhiyan. He said that there is a major role of youth in transforming India to have cleanest cites like Singapore by contributing to the Cleanliness of the country. He was talking in the ‘Swach Soch’ seminar organized Red Cross and NSS units of St Aloysius College (Autonomous), in association with Shri Ramakrishna Mission Mangaluru, on February 22 at St Aloysius College (Autonomous). This was an awareness programme for the college students organized under the 5 phase of Ramakrishna Mission Swachatha Abhiyaan 2018-19.

One more resource person, Ranjan Bellarpady, chief coordinator, Swach Manas, Swach Soch and youth programmes, explained how to minimize the wastage by segregating them into dry and wet waste to volunteers. He also demonstrated the method of manufacturing the compost in wet waste using the specially designed clay pot.

Chief guest of the programme, Gopinath Rao, active volunteer of Swacha Abhiyaan Team, Shri Ramakrishna Mission, Mangaluru inaugurated the seminar by lightening the lamp. Red Cross Officer Premalatha Shetty welcomed the gathering. Likhitha compered the programme.

President of the programme, Dr Ishwar Bhat, assistant department of Physics, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangaluru, administered the oath. Volunteers and the officers of Red Cross and NSS units pledged the oath of cleanliness. NSS officer Alwyn D’Souza rendered the vote of thanks. Red Cross officer Arjun Prakash, NSS officers Harshith, Prerna Tauro and Floring Shelomith Soans were present. More than 250 volunteers of Red Cross and NSS units of the college participated in the programme.


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