On World’s Environment day, i.e. 5th June 2021, DU students take initiatives to raise awareness and work proactively. Thus, they are constantly working to tackle sizzling issues like e-waste, cloth waste, and improper disposal. Also, the students are working to eliminate medical waste like masks, gloves, used injections, etc that are found in abundance during this pandemic. Some DU students are also involved in plantation drives on World’s Environment Day.
Table of Contents
- 1 Proactive measures are taken on World’s Environment Day:
- 2 Initiatives by Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business (SSCBS) on World’s Environment Day:
- 3 DU ADMISSION PROCESS 2021 WILL BEGIN AFTER BOARD RESULTS ARE ANNOUNCED
- 4 DU Students works to eliminate medical waste:
Proactive measures are taken on World’s Environment Day:
DU students have opted for fieldwork and not just limited themselves to digital protests and sensitizations. Thus, subscribing to Greta Thunberg’s channel and organizing online protests is not an agenda anymore. Proactive measures like Project Srijan and several other cleanings, as well as plantation drives, are being held.
Initiatives by Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business (SSCBS) on World’s Environment Day:
Students from SSCBS have launched an agenda to work on the elimination of electronic waste. During the pandemic and the subsequent digitalization of the country, more e-waste is produced. Thus, the student will place customized e-bins at targeted areas. Hence, people can easily dispose of e-wastes like wires, gadgets, etc here.
Tanmay Bhateja, a first-year SSCBS student says that their team consists of 50 students. Thus, this team is working hard on this World’s Environment Day to sensitize the mass on disposing of e-waste in the right manner. So, they will celebrate their achievements by connecting digitally and do fieldwork in Delhi-NCR.
DU Students works to eliminate medical waste:
The sudden surge in medical waste due to the covid-19 pandemic needs dire attention. So, eliminating them from housing societies and complexes is important. On Environment Day, DU students will be spotted in PPE kits and protective gears trying to get rid of medical wastes in localities and nearby streets. Pooja Santosh from Hindu College says, “We will ensure proper disposal of medical waste and their recycling.”