MIEF Project: World Ozone day celebrations!

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Millennium India Education Foundation (MIEF) celebrated the World Ozone Day ,during the week 10-16th September 2013 in Delhi in partnership with the Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India. We worked mainly in Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College, Delhi University, North Campus organising intra-department competitions and a guest lecture. We also worked with students in Hans Raj College, Delhi University, North Campus where an inter college competition, a guest lecture and panel discussions were organised on the World Ozone day on 16th September, 2013.

A total of  339 students from various colleges participated. The focus of all these competitions was mainly around the topic of creating a “Healthy Atmosphere, The Future We Want’‘.

Delhi North Campus Students during the World Ozone Day Celebrations!

Young Students during the World Ozone Day Celebrations!

Our partner school Guru Tej Bahadur Khalsa College celebrated World Ozone Day with a flurry of week long events such as, a Poster Making Competition, a Slogan Writing Competition, a Quiz Competition and a Crossword Puzzle Competition all around the environmental theme. We had well over 100 entries in all these competitions, telling us that our future is indeed in sensitive hands, and the young minds were keenly concerned about this theme. We even had a young student Siddharth Kaushal (from a Bachelor course in Tej Bahadur Khalsa College) present a special paper sharing his research learning on the Ozone layer with other students, well done Siddharth! 🙂 . Additionally, on 16th September in our second partner school Hans Raj College about 189 students representing Hans Raj College,Miranda House, Indraprastha College and Ramjas college took part in slogan making competitions and panel discussions.

College Students Celebrating the World Ozone Day North Campus

With experts in Hans Raj College- World Ozone day

Through these events, we are grateful to experts including V K Kwatra Principal Hans Raj College,Jaswinder Singh, Principal Guru Tej Bahadur college, Mr. Anuj Sinha former director Vigyan Prasar, Prof. Biman Basu former Editor-in-Chief Science Reporter, Prof. Vishwa Vibhuti (former) Government of India bureaucrat ,Dr. Chirashree Ghosh Environmentalist, Mr. H.L. Wangnoo former Regional Head SE Asia & East African countries SOS Villages, Dr. Uday Kakroo Director, MIEF and Prof. Preeti Dharmarha, Hans Raj College, who interacted with the young students and answered all their queries and shared interesting insights!

Everytime we work with young children like this, their enthusiasm truly strengthens our faith- The future is green, the future is bright!

 

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