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SWACHHTA PAKHWARA 16th December, 2018- 31st December, 2018


SWACHHTA PAKHWARA 16th December, 2018-31st December, 2018

SWACHHTA PAKHWARA 16th December, 2018- 31st December, 2018 was celebrated with full fervor and enthusiasm at ICAR-CIRG. All the institute staff as well as their families took part actively in the pakhwara. Brainstorming, debate, awareness campaign andcleaning campaign were included in this pakhwara. Through checking of ongoing cleaning and waste management activities was done on regular basis. People were sensitized on separation of dry and wet waste, so that composting could be done. Residential areas of campus were advised not to burn wastes. The households were also sensitized on how to use kitchen waste as manure. Through checking of ongoing cleaning sewerage and water lines was done. People were sensitized on proper management of sewerage lines.Water lines were checked for any leakage so as water wastage may be curbed. Campus residents were advised to recycle the water used for washing vegetable, utensils in kitchen garden. Removal of weeds around water harvesting bodies were also done.
Brainstorming on application of various technologies for waste management was organized, Scientists, students,
research associate and other staff were present in the discussion. Debate was organized for sensitization of
personnel for safe waste disposal methods. Group of women from nearby village were sensitized on
composting. Inspection of waste management was done. Green compost machine site was inspected. Residents
were advised not to use polythene, and were advised to use the organic waste for composting and use that
compost for kitchen farming.
Kisan Diwas was celebrated with fervor and enthusiasm in nearby Makhdoom village.Director, ICAR-CIRG
Dr. M.S. Chauhan presided over the function and addressed a gathering of about 250-300 Farmers, women,
children and other village folks.The gathering was informed on issues like the IMPORTANCE OF
CLEANLINESS IN OUR SURROUNDINGS and demonstrations on composting and proper way to wash
hand (among children) were done. Various issues raised by the farmers were also discussed. 10 enthusiastic
farmer from the area were also felicitated by Director, CIRG.
A through checking of ongoing waste disposal activities was done in which people were sensitized on proper
and safe disposal of bio – degradable/non degradable waste. Disposal of biological waste was checked. Campus
residents were advised to separate the bio – degradable/non degradable waste and to recycle the kitchen waste
and use it as manure in the kitchen gardens. Water used for washing vegetable, utensils in kitchen can be used
to irrigate the garden. Removal of non-degradable waste around water bodies to prevent their contamination
was also done. The residents of CIRG and surrounding Makhdoom village were sensitized
about overall cleanliness, hygiene and sanitation. Scientists from CIRG visited Makhdoom village and created
public awareness on sewer line maintenance and water recycling. Pamphlets were also distributed during the
occasion. The scientist also visited a site where sewer line blockage was being cleared and created awareness in
the homes surrounding the site. Campus residents were advised to reduce wastage of water and recycle water.
SSP Mathura, Mr Babloo Kumar actively took part in swachhta pakhwara activities at CIRG. He also
sensitized the CIRG staff on the importance of cleanliness and health in our daily lives. Director, CIRG also
guided the CIRG staff and residents about health, hygiene and sanitation. He also emphasized how a healthy
citizen can contribute in the development of the nation. He also accentuated that cleanliness is be the base of
scientific goat farming. The president of Women Club, Mrs Beena Chauhan along with other members
actively participated in the swachhta pakhwara activities at CIRG. The press and media persons actively
covered the events and activities of swachhta pakhwara at CIRG.
SSP Mathura, Mr Babloo Kumar and Director, CIRG activelytaking part in swachhta pakhwara activities at CIRG.

A through checking of ongoing waste disposal activities was done in which people were sensitized on proper and safe disposal of bio – degradable/non degradable waste. Disposal of biological waste was checked. Campus residents were advised to separate the bio – degradable/non degradable waste and to recycle the kitchen waste and use it as manure in the kitchen gardens. Water used for washing vegetable, utensils in kitchen can be used to irrigate the garden. Removal of non-degradable waste around water bodies to prevent their contamination was also done. The residents of CIRG and surrounding Makhdoom village were sensitized

 

about overall cleanliness, hygiene and sanitation. Scientists from CIRG visited Makhdoom village and created public awareness on sewer line maintenance and water recycling. Pamphlets were also distributed during the occasion. The scientist also visited a site where sewer line blockage was being cleared and created awareness in the homes surrounding the site. Campus residents were advised to reduce wastage of water and recycle water.

 

SSP Mathura, Mr Babloo Kumar actively took part in swachhta pakhwara activities at CIRG. He also sensitized the CIRG staff on the importance of cleanliness and health in our daily lives. Director, CIRG also guided the CIRG staff and residents about health, hygiene and sanitation. He also emphasized how a healthy citizen can contribute in the development of the nation. He also accentuated that cleanliness is be the base of scientific goat farming. The president of Women Club, Mrs Beena Chauhan along with other members actively participated in the swachhta pakhwara activities at CIRG. The press and media persons actively covered the events and activities of swachhta pakhwara at CIRG.