A massive cleanliness drive, called Cleanathon, was launched at the Shoolini University campus and adjoining areas as part of the National Cleanliness day observed in India to commemorate the death anniversary of the father of nation, Mahatma Gandhi.
This time around Shoolini University, which is one of the cleanest campuses of India organised its first cleanathon to encourage students to keep their surroundings clean and green.
Hundreds of students of the University took a step towards a cleaner and a greener environment by cleaning the campus and the villages nearby so as to promote a healthy and hygienic lifestyle.
The students were divided in groups and were asked to clean a certain areas under the observation of their respective faculties.
This cleanathon was also a part of their Social Projects under which multiple social activities are organised and executed.
Dean Students Welfare Mrs Poonam Nanda said the campaign was a big success thanks your guidance and involvement and willing participation of the students to the guidance of the Vice Chancellor Prof P K Khosla and willing participation of the students.
“ Considering it was a maiden effort we pulled it off very well”, she said and said a special thanks was due to the operations team, especially Suresh, Manohar and Praveen who provided full support for the campaign.