26-SEP-2019: Cleanliness drives, tree plantations continue in AMU
Aligarh, September 26: As more and more efforts are being made for a greener and cleaner environment through the nation-wide Swachh Bharat mission, various Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) faculties, departments, offices and schools have been conducting mass cleanliness and tree plantation drives.
Recently, Dr Nasrin, Chairperson, Department of Education planted tree saplings in the department premises and nearby areas with faculty members, students and non-teaching staff. Saplings of medicinal plants and fruit tress such as Flowering Shrubs, Guava, Almond, Gulmohar and Dracaena among others were planted during the campaign.
Mass cleanliness drive was conducted at the AMU ABK High School-Boys to observe the Swachhta Pakwada in which teachers and students collected and disposed trash from the school and adjacent areas and conducted awareness campaign for avoiding use of plastic and water conservation.
Students also delivered speeches and recited poems on the importance of cleaning during a special assembly session, said Dr M Abbas Niazi, Principal, AMU ABK High School-Boys.
Meanwhile, students of AMU ABK High School-Girls carried out a Swachhta Rally from their School to the Victoria Gate with placards reading 'Say No to Plastic', 'Save Water' and 'Swachhta Ka Rakho Dhyan, Tabhi Banega Desh Mahan' (Cleanliness will make the Country great).
Dr Saba Hasan, Vice Principal, AMU ABK High School-Girls said that the students also visited the Medical Attendance Scheme (MAS) building where they interacted with the staff members on the importance of clean and green environment.
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