A Two day All India Cleanliness Campaign’ run by DIYA and NSS

The volunteers of DIYA and NSS from Dev Sanskriti University, along with students from Sanghmitra Girls’ Hostel, pledged on Sunday to take part in Clean India Campaign and to eradicate poverty. The volunteers of this program carried out the Sanitation Campaign on the road in front of the DSVV Gate no. 2. During the campaign, all the dirt and filth lying on the road was cleaned out. Seeing the volunteers cleaning the road, some local shopkeepers also joined the campaign. Later the garbage was deported to its proper place through trolleys.

Along with this program, the girls of Sanghmitra Girls’ hostel also carried out a wide donation of labor by cleaning the hostel. Later herbal and medicinal plants were planted in the surrounding areas of the hostel.

In the evening, the volunteers distributed clothes, blankets, shawls, sleepers etc. among the inmates of the Leprosy Ashram located below the Chandi bridge in Haridwar. Almost a month ago the task of collecting stuff for this program had begun. After gathering all things together,the program officials bought the required materials for distribution from the fund collected by them. 

After the function, Shri Sharad Pardhy, the Vice Chancellor of DSVV encouraged all the volunteers for the next such event. Dr. Chinmay Pandya, the Pro-Vice Chancellor of DSVV, cheered everyone saying that through such program an individual gets connected to the ground and gains people’s trust. To make this program a success, important role was played by the NSS Coordinator Dr. Arunesh Parashar, the program officer, Dr. Umakant Indoliya, Dr. Monika, Mrs. Anjali Bharadwaj, Shri Ashish, Shri Deepak Kumar, Shri Prakhar Singh Pal, Shri Prasoon and others.