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Swacch Bharat Abhiyan


Day and date: 11th and 12th September 2019

Time: 9 am onwards

Conducted by: SBPCOAD in togetherness with PCCOER

Attended by: 28 Students of SBPCOAD and 1 faculty

Objective: To keep the water bodies free from pollution after major religious events.

Brief:

Students of SBPCOAD and PCCOER conducted an activity for Pollution free lake and Nirmalya Collection as a regular activity during Ganesh Visarjan days. The students worked dedicated and in a disciplined manner to work for this social cause. Every year thousands of devotees visit Ganesh Lake, Pradhikaran for Ganpati Visarjan.
Our students guide them to reach the destination safely and without traffic. Awareness was spread regarding not dumping the nirmalya in the surrounding but specifically handing it over to the volunteers. Volunteers collected all the nirmalya like flowers, durva, floral necklace and other nirmalya before visarjan. This nirmalya was then collectively handed over to PCMC waste gathering team for proper disposal. Prasadamwas collected separately which is given to the poor people in the surrounding area.

Outcome:

Students were sensitized to the issue of water body pollution and its impact on the surrounding in terms of visual barrier and as decreasing quality of water.
Also the group activity during a religious event was an add to students enthusiasm.
The visitors were attentive about the consequences of dumping floral waste and prasadam randomly near the site.


Faculty incharge:
Prof Anuja Padole
Co-faculty in charge:
Prof. Sneha Padishalwar
Principal:
Dr. Mahendra Sonawane

Day and date: 25th and 26th June 2019

Time: 12 pm onwards

Conducted by: SBPCOAD in collaboration with PCCOE

Attended by: 57 Students and faculties of SBPCOAD

Objective: To encourage and make people in wari aware about cleanliness, medical help facilitated for them

Brief:

SBPCOAD and PCCOE students participated in Swaccha-Wari, Swastha-Wari, Nirmal-Wari, Harit-Wari 2019 on 25 and 26 June 2019 with 127 volunteers. Volunteers performed various tasks to achieve 04 objectives like Swaccha-Wari, Swastha-Wari, Nirmal-Wari, Harit-Wari and spreading awareness regarding cleanliness of the area, helping the devotees in medical camps arranged by medical colleges, guiding devotees to use mobile and permanent toilets, guiding devotees for the easy commute, Plastic Ban and planting the saplings of Neem on the way of Wari. The volunteers also distributed about 800 Patravalis to devotees. Volunteers performed this task from 12:00 PM to 09:00 PM.
This year the state government and local NGO's had arranged a mobile toilet facility for the devotees. Team of 40 volunteers worked dedicatedly to help devotees to use mobile toilets and spread awareness regarding benefits of using toilets. This team worked overnight from 09:00 PM to 12:30 PM and 04:00 PM to 08:00 AM in the morning. Next team of remaining volunteers joined again in the morning at 08:00 PM and performed the task of cleaning the given area.

Outcome:

Participating in the Wari management made them understand about the ground problems faced during any huge event management.
Interacting with people from various backgrounds but with one motto of devotion also encouraged the students and they were themselves devoted to the work.
Finally the Warkari and other people in this religious gathering were aware about the area's cleanliness, proper disposal of waste and use of toilets for urination and defecation.


Faculty incharge:
Prof Anuja Padole
Co-faculty in charge:
Prof. Sneha Padishalwar
Principal:
Dr. Mahendra Sonawane

Day and date: 2nd October 2019

Time: 7 am onwards

Conducted by: SBPCOAD in association with PCCOE

Attended by: 37 Students of SBPCOAD

Objective: To spread awareness about Clean India Drive on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

Brief:

At a distance of 40km, approx 1 hr drive from Pimpri Chinchwad, is the Lohagad fort known from the times of Maratha Empire. Though not in dilapidated condition, the fort was a home to waste thrown by the visitors on their trek uphill.
On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the students instead of lazing around at home visited the Lohagad fort and together with other students helped to clean the fort access road and the fort top.
The group of volunteers got down at malavali station and reached the lohagad fort by 9am. A group of students stayed back at the station to clean the Railway station premises. While trekking up the fort they collected the waste found along and segregated it on spot in 2 categories. First was dry waste like plastic bags, plastic bottles, chips wrappers, a few toys etc. and the second was wet waste like fruits peels or caps or socks. The segregated waste was handed over to PCMC cleaning officials on return to the city. Over 60 students of SBPCOAD and PCCOER including faculty members participated in a cleanliness drive arranged at Lohagad Fort.

Outcome:

Students got to know more about our heritage and also understood the way in which it should be kept clean. Seeing our students work for nearly 5 hrs in the fort premises the visitors were cautious not to throw the waste in an undesignated area.
Such activities help the people to understand the basic civic values of cleanliness and how few rules should be followed at such heritage sites.


Faculty incharge:
Prof Anuja Padole
Co-faculty in charge:
Prof. Sneha Padishalwar
Principal:
Dr. Mahendra Sonawane

Day and date: 2nd October 2019

Time: 7 am onwards

Conducted by: SBPCOAD in association with PCCOER

Attended by: 24 Students of SBPCOAD and faculty

Objective: To spread awareness about Clean India Drive

Brief:

On the Occasion of Gandhi Jayanti the students decided to visit the lohagad fort and conduct a cleanliness drives at the fort and on its accessing station, Malavali station. Around 60 students of SBPCOAD boarded the train from akurdi station and reached the malavali station in half hr. A few students stayed back at the railway station to clean the premises and a few students along with a group of students from PCCOER went ahead to lohagad fort.
The students at station took swacchata oath along with the railway authorities present at that time and began cleaning the station. The waste collected was segregated in wet and dry waste and handed over to the cleanliness authorities on the station.

Outcome:

Students realized the importance of cleanliness and also urged the passengers to maintain this daily. Seeing our students work for nearly 3 hrs in the railway station premises the passengers were cautious not to throw the waste in an undesignated area.
Such activities help the people to understand the basic civic values of cleanliness and how few rules should be followed at such public places.


Faculty incharge:
Prof Anuja Padole
Co-faculty in charge:
Prof. Sneha Padishalwar
Principal:
Dr. Mahendra Sonawane

Day and date: 2nd October 2019

Time: 9 am onwards

Conducted by: SBPCOAD in collaboration with PCCOE

Attended by: 15 Students and 2 faculty of SBPCOAD

Objective: To spread awareness about the cleanliness of River

Brief:

Students of SBPCOAD and PCCOER conducted river cleanliness drive on Pawana River. This was an initiative taken by students who see the polluted river when travelling to college everyday.Hence the first step students took was to clean the river side and collect the waste. And then they formed a human chain , near Sant Tukaram Bridge, Ravet as an act of creating awareness among the neighbours that the river is our source of drinking water and keeping it clean is now the necessity. Local people also took part in the drive.

Outcome:

The students learnt how the natural resources are to be utilised judiciously.
Also the act of forming a human chain was noticed by many passing through the Sant Tukaram Bridge just above the riverside. This made sure that the message of river cleaning and keeping it clean in future is conveyed to a large population.


Faculty incharge:
Prof Anuja Padole
Co-faculty in charge:
Prof. Sneha Padishalwar
Principal:
Dr. Mahendra Sonawane

Day and date: 4th August 2017

Time: 8 am onwards

Conducted by: SBPCOAD in association with PCCOE

Attended by: 22 students and 2 faculties of SBPCOAD

Objective: To create awareness about plastic wastes, its impacts and cleanliness in and around the campus

Brief:

The Swachhta Pakhwada launched by Government of India, is a fortnight-long program observed to ensure mass participation of citizens in Swachhta activities and to truly transform Swachh Bharat into a citizen's movement
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan at Temple DehuGaon:SBPCOAD along with students of PCCOER and faculties visited DehuGaon Temple and performed Swachhata activity under Swachhta Pakhawada. Students were actively involved in cleaning the temple premises in Dehugaon. All the participants were provided with safety gloves and masks and decomposable large size plastic bags to collect the entire waste. Picking up and segregation of waste took place on spot. All the dry waste was collected in 1 bag and the wet waste or the decomposable waste was collected in other bag. The dry waste collected was carried back to Pune and handed over to Khachrawala and the wet waste was taken by one student to add to her society’s organic waste composter.

Outcome:

Students learnt the responsibility of keep the public areas clean. All the students pledged to share this experience with their family member and friends and urge them to keep the temple and nearby premises clean. Also students learnt about what waste can be categorised in wet waste and dry waste.


Students head and report prepared by:
Ms. Akshata Bhondve
Faculty In-charge:
Prof. Ajay Harale
Principal:
Prof. Ujjwala Palsuley

Day and date: 15/04/2020

Time : 9:00am to 12:00pm

Venue : MANJRI GAON, PUNE.

Conducted by : Nishid Undre

Attended by : Nikhill Undre, Shivraj Undre, Viraj Undre, Rajat Undre, Hiraman Gawali, Pratik Bhosale.

Subject : AWARENESS RALLY, SHRAMDAAN AND TREE PLANTATION DRIVE - “SWACHHTA HI SEVA”

Objective:

To contribute in Swachh Bharath abhiyan activity& undertake cleanliness drive as well as tree plantation drive.

Brief:

“Cleanliness is next to Godliness.” It is the mantra of Mahatma Gandhiji, Father of Nation. He demonstrated, propagated and insisted for individual and community cleanliness throughout his life. Following his footprints, Swachh Bharath Mission campaign achieved encouraging results. This vision will be translated into action by bringing in community participation for clean toilets and integrated waste management to make Gujarat open defecation free, zero waste, dust free, plastic free and green.
Nishid Undre had organized rally to bring awareness to keep surrounding clean among community people residing at Manjri village under the guidance of RohidasUndre Patil and Mahadev Undre Patil.

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Report by :
Nishid Undre
Verified by:
Prof. Harshada Vazarkar