In the State Environment Ministers' Conference held at Coimbatore during January 29-30, 2001 it has been finalized that the program of raising a National Green Army (NGA) would be launched shortly. It has also been decided to raise a NGA through the mechanism of Eco-Clubs all over the country. Atleast 100 Eco-Clubs in 100 selected schools in each district would come under this scheme. All the Kendriya Vidyalayas, Nobodaya Vidyalayas and other schools affiliated to CBSE and ICSE are proposed to be covered besides the identified schools under the Tripura Board of Secondary Education. These Eco-Clubs would organize and conduct a series of activities on environmental themes which are of immediate relevance to the area. The Tripura State Pollution Control Board may perform as Nodal Agency responsible for implementation of the scheme, if the State Govt. approves. Follow up actions would be taken accordingly once the selection is made.
As a part of Eco-Club programme, during the year 2001-2002, Bijoy Giri D/P High School had arranged different activities such as banner and poster writting, walling etc. The main topic of the postering was to save our Environment. The students of this institution participated in this programme. A seminar was held among the students on the issues related to environmental pollution.
As a part of Eco-Club programme, Hatimara Chara S. B. School had organized different programmes on environment. A Safai Abhijan was arranged with the students. A seminar/discussion was held at the school campus. The teaching staff and other people took part in that seminar.
Under the Eco -Club programme, Kulai, S. B. School had arranged various programme to protect environment. Students of this school took part in those programme. Postering and walling were done by the students. A meeting was held among the pupil and the teacher to save the Eco-system.
On 3rd February 2002, a cleaning programme was organized by 39 members of Eco-Club of this institution. The adjacent drains to the institution were cleared up by a group of members which were covered with bushes, weeds and other garbages. The urinal points and latrine covered with filth were cleaned up by a group of 10 members. Ditches in and around the school play ground were filled up and a few out lets were made to prevent the stagnation of water in the field. These activities were done by the students of that institution. By performing the activities as stated above, they, as the member of Eco-Club made their institution pollution free.
Under the Eco-Club
programme, Duraichara Shibbari High School had arranged different programme
on environment protection.
As a part of Eco-Club programme, an essay competition on environment protection was conducted by the students of the school related to Eco-Club. For the observance of "Banamohatsav', the plants were collected from 'Salema Forest Office' and these were planted in the school compound by the students. A seminar on Environment Protection was held with the active participation of the students. The present dignitaries highlighted on various aspects of environment and our duties to keep the environment clean.
On 31st January,
2002, the programme of Eco Club in Kirit Bikram Institution was inaugurated
by Sri D. S. Das, the Scientific Officer of Science, Technology &
Environment Department, Udaipur.
Under Eco-Club programme, the students prepared some banner on Environment . The plantation programme was arranged by the students in the presence of the teachers and the fencing were constructed to protect the trees. The students were asked to take active part to save our environment .
On 28th February, a cleaning programme at Dalak Bazar was organized by the students and teachers of this School about 10 A. M.. Then coming back to school at 11 A. M., they arranged a general discussion about plastic pollution at the school premises. Sri Sishumohan Das presided over the programme. Large number of students participated in this occasion. On 26th March, a general meeting about Eco-Club programme was held with all the students and teachers of the school. Sri Sishumoan Das, presided over the meeting. Pranab Kumar Paul, in-charge teacher of Eco-Club, discussed on 'Solid Wastes Management'. He explained the different ways of garbage management . Finally, on 25th April, the students of all classes met together at a discussion programme. The main theme of this discussion was water conservation and it became successful.
A training programme
was conducted among the students of the institution at the school campus.
The main aim of this programme was to give some lesson to the member of
Eco-Club who are the students of the school about Solid Waste Management.
The selected 21 nos of student from the training programme were divided
in 7 groups, each of which had 3 nos of members. Each group visited the
villagers to make them understood about Solid Waste Management and they
took 3 days to cover the entire village. Finally, a comprehensive report
regarding the work was submitted by them. On 21st January, 2002, a meeting
was conducted in the school compound.
On 6th March, 2002 a Safai Abhijan was arranged in favour of Eco-Club of Shilghati High School. Students of this institute had done postering on environment protection. The entire programme was arranged with the guidance of the teachers of the school. They advised the people to stop the use of plastic bag to save our environment.
On 26thJanuary 2002, a programme was organized on Pollution due to plastic. On 30th April, a safai abhijan was organized by the students. A seminar was also conducted by them. In that seminar they discussed about the causes of Environment Pollution and their remedy. They also stressed on the use of solar light.
As a part of Eco-Club programme, the students of Tulamara High School organized a Safai Abhijan. Then an essay competition on environment was arranged among the students of the school. Finally, prizes were given to the winners.
An alochana sabha was organized by the Eco-Club of Harina High School. The main topic of this meeting was to protect our environment from pollution. They discussed various processes to keep the environment clean. The students and teachers participated in this occasion. There was an arrangement of light refreshment after the completion of this programme. After that the member of Eco-Club of Harina High School, planted different types of trees and the fencing was constructed around them.
On 6th April 2002
an alochana sabha was held regarding the water conservation among the
students and other members of Eco-Club of the institution . In that alochana
sabha, the members discussed about the necessity of water conservation
and the possible ways to preserve the water. About 30 members took part
in that programme. On 4th May 2002, some valuable trees were planted at
the school premises and then there were some important discussion related
to the plantation and environment.
On 28th January, 2002, a meeting was convened by the in-charge Eco-Club at 12.00 A. M. in the School campus . Teachers, eminent citizens and local dignitaries were present in that meeting. A monitoring committee was formed with them . The club inaugurated on the same day at 1.00 P. M. under the chairmanship of Smt. Mukul Majumder, Panchayet Pradhan, Bagma. Then a discussion was held on different topics such as Non- Conventional Energy, Plastic Pollution and Solid Waste Management. Students and teachers of this school attended this programme. Apart from this, 'World Forest Day' was celebrated in the school in collaboration with the Eco-Club, a local NGO and P. F. O , Udaipur.
This institute organized a programme on Non Conventional Energy, and Solid Waste Management in favour of Eco-Club. They also highlighted the pollution caused by the plastic. The student of this school had done mass postering against the usage of plastic bag and also on non-conventional energy. There was an arrangement of refreshment for the students after the completion of the programme.
A meeting of Eco-Club, Doulbari High School was held on 16th January 2002 at 2 p.m. where the Teacher-in-Charge, of this school presided over the meeting. An executive committee was formed with the teachers and 50 students of the school for smooth conducting of the Eco-Club function . In that meeting there was a discussion on Environment Pollution and its remedy. On 22nd February 2002, a mass rally with colourful banner and festoon was organized. Students from this school and the neighboring school participated in that rally and this procession made a vivid effect with the slogan against pollution. On 27th March, 2002, postering was done against environment pollution in 35 to 40 places. The people of Doulbari village spontaneously took part in this programme adopted through Eco-Club and made it successful.
An inaugural ceremony
of Eco-Club of Belonia Town English Medium H. S School was held on 7th
January 2002. All the students and teachers participated in this programme.
Then a monitoring committee was formed under the chairmanship of Mr. Ratan
Datta, teacher-in-charge of the institution. After formation of the committee,
the teachers and other dignitaries had discussed the importance of the
Non-Conventional Energy such as, solar energy, wind energy, hydro-electricity,
cow dung gas plant etc. On 5th February 2002, an awareness and action
oriented programme regarding pollution was organized at the school premises
by Mr. Shyamal Mitra, respective teacher-in-charge of Eco-Club. The teachers
of the institution and other dignitaries delivered their constructive
speech regarding the harmful effect of plastic. To make the programme
meaningful, all the plastic-bags scattered around the school complex as
well as the nearly local area were collected by the students and teacher
and buried them into the soil.
In the month of March
2002, Eco-Club members of this institution arranged a programme namely
"Poly Bag Safai Abhijan" in the area of Matai School and Matai
Bazar. As a part of this programme, the student members of Eco-club collected
the poly bags from these areas and after that the heap of the poly bags
was buried in a place. Then the students went to the different shops and
requested the shop-keeper and customer to abstain from the using of poly
As a part of Eco-Club programme, different activities were taken up by the teachers and students of this school . First of the day a monitoring committee of Eco-Club was formed with the teachers of this institution . Then a long rally with colourfull festoons was arranged by the students . Their slogan against pollution created a great effect on the public . Their sincere step inspired the people to work for healthy environment.
Eco-club of Sribhumi Vidyabhawan H. S. (+2 Stage) School was formed on 25th January 02 , and monitoring committee was formed with the teachers of the school which was presided over by Sri Subharanjan Ghosh Headmaster-in-charge. Fifty students from different classes were selected as the member of Eco-Club. On 30th February 2002 a Symposium was held at the school premises which was chaired by Sri Sorojendu Bhattacharjee The main ` topic of the symposium was our environment and the importance and role of Eco-Club in that respect . On 7th of February 2002, a rally of nearly about 300 students bearing play card with different slogans on health and environment was organized jointly by the health club of the school & Eco-Club on the occasion of 'World Health Day'. These activities created a great influence among the people.
In the month of January
2002, the committee of Eco-Club of this institution was formed with the
eleven members including teachers and other distinguished personalities
from the locality .
As a part of Eco-Club Programme, the teachers and students of this school organized a discussion programme related to Non Conventional Energy, Plastic Pollution, 'Solid Waste Management'and water conservation. Mr. Anjan Kumar Bhattacharjee, teacher in-charge of Eco-Club, discussed on 'Non Conventional Energy'. He also focused on the importance and utility of Eco-Club for mainting environmental balance and keeping the environment free from pollution. This programme was presided over by Sri Paresh Chandra Debnath, Headmaster in charge of the institution. Sri Ranjit Pal, Upa Pradhan of the locality, who was the chief guest of this programme delivered his valuable speech on different aspects of environment. A cultural programme was also held on environmental awareness . This programme came to an end after the speech of the president.
On 27th December2001, a monitoring committee of Eco-Club was constructed at the school premises. On 3rd day of January 2002, a seminar cum awareness programme on non-conventional energy was held in the school compound. Teachers and students of this institution participated in this seminar. On 8th March,2002, a discussion on plastic pollution was organized by Eco-Club of the school. On the same day, an art competition related to environment pollution was held. The students of this school took part in that competition. Another seminar on plastic pollution was also held by the members of Eco-Club of this school on 14th March of 2002. At last, prizes were distributed to the winners of art competition on that day .
The Eco-Club of Dalugaon Class XII School was inaugurated on 1st January 2002. On 22nd January 2002, a cleaning programme was done by the members of Eco-Club at the school premises. On 5th February, there was a discussion programme among the members to inform them the need of environment protection. The resource persons delivered their valuable speech on environment pollution and its remedy. On 27th February the students prepared the soil for gardening within the school campus. Their initiative helped to keep the environment clean and green. Then the leaves of the mango three were collected by the students to use them as fertilizer. Finally, on 27th March 2002, a discussion programme was held for growing awareness among the common people against environment pollution.
of Algapur High School was formed on 27th December, 2001 with 21 members.
A meeting on 'Non Conventional Energy was convened with the students on
11th January 2002.
A discussion programme on 'Non Conventional Energy' was organized at the school campus on 25th January 2002 by the teachers as well as the students of this school who were the member of Eco-Club. After being completed this discussion, a safai abhijan was performed by the students at the school complex. On 25th February, 2002, a group discussion on plastic pollution was held among the students and the programme undoubtedly made a good effect among the people . After that, a safai abhijan was conducted by the students of Eco-Club around the local Budhha Mandir and Panchayat Office in order to generate their mood of social service. On 26th March, 2002 another group discussion on 'Solid Waste Management' was conducted by all the concerned member including teachers and students of the school Finally a safai abhijan was arranged by the students under the guidance of teacher in-charge, Eco Club and they made the programme successful.
A discussion on the topic titled 'Non Conventional Energy' was held at Kamdebcharra S. B. School on 9th January 2002, under the guidance of Sri Arun Bhowmik, in-charge of Eco-Club, Kamdebcharra,S. B.School. The prominent delegates of Panchayat and local NGOs attended this programme. On 19th Jaunary 2002, a Safai Abhijan of Machmara Bazar was arranged by the students of the school A discussion on 'Plastic Pollution' was held on 10th February 2002. The resource persons delivered their lecture to chalk out the dangerous effect of plastic on human health. On 22nd February 2002, as a part of keeping the environment green and clean, the students of the school prepared a flower garden at the school premises. Finally workshop on 'Solid Waste Management' was held on 20th March, 2002 which became meaningful with the active participation of the club members.
As a part of Eco-Club programme, a seminar was held on 7th January 2002 in Tarakpur High School premises to discuss the various aspects of 'Non Conventional Energy'. The dignitaries including the Headmaster delivered their valuable speech about the said subject. The students took part in that seminar. On 7th February, second seminar on plastic pollution was convened at the school premises by the eminent persons including school staff. On 27th March, 2002, a long discussion on Solid Waste Management' was organized by the members of Eco-Club of the institution.
On 12th January 2002,
there was an alochana sabha about the activities of Eco-Club of the institution
at the school premises. On 30th January 2002, the students of the school
performed a safai abhijan around the school building under the guidance
of the teachers. The teacher and students discussed about the process
of bio fertilizer preparation using the various wastes at the area of
the ward no. 4 in Ujan Dudhpur on 7th February 2002.
On 28th February
2002, a monitoring committee of Eco-Club was formed with the students
of Tilthai R/C High School along with the other members. A discussion
was held with all the member of Eco-Club on different topics such as Non
Conventional Energy, 'Solid Waste Management', Plastic Pollution and Water
Conservation etc.. On 5th March, 2002, all the students member of Eco-Club
organized a Safai Abhijan . They collected different types of wastes from
school compound and local market and finally buried them into the soil.
After all, it was an exhibit ional activities programme for awareness
of mass people. On 4th April, 2002, postesing against Environmental Pollution
was done by the students members of Eco-Club. Finally a procession was
organized by the students as well the as teachers of the school on 9th
April, 2002 .
A monitoring committee was formed with 11 members including teachers of the school, eminent citizens and the members of NGO of the locality on 28th December, 2001. On the following day, Eco-Club was formed with the students of Churaibari High School. The awareness programme on 'Non Conventional Energy' was held on 10th January 2002 at school premises. The Teachers delivered their valuable speech on the said subject and in their speech, they emphasized the utility and necessity of producing Non-Conventional Energy. On 7th February, 2002, the students of the school took part in an awareness programme on plastic pollution under the guidance of Dibyajyati Dutta, in-charge of Eco-Club. In the third phase, the member of Eco-Club organized a programme on 'Solid Waste Management'. In this regard they discussed with the stone owners in that locality and they assured them to remove the solid waste safely. The tree plantation was made by the student at the school compound on 5th March, 2002. Ultimately, on 4th April, 2002 an impressive drama namely " Beautiful Earth" was staged by the students of Eco-Club in collaboration with NGOs which was composed and directed by Sri Rahul Bhattacharya, a member of NGO. The main theme of the drama was how to save our world from pollution.
On 11th February 2002, an advisory committee of Eco-Club, was formed with the students and teachers of Lalcherra High School. On 2nd March 2002 a convention was held among the member of Eco-Club to highlight the objectives of the club. Finally a cleaning programme at school compound and surrounding area was organized by the students under the guidance of the teachers on 16th March, 2002. The Members of the club along with the other pupil made the programme successful.
On 7th January, Eco-Club
of Jubarajnagar Col. Girls High School was formed with 59 students of
the institution. A discussion was held on 10th January at school campus
about air pollution. The senior teachers had discussed the necessity of
pure air for life and how to overcome the problem of air pollution. A
cleanliness drive was organized by the students of the school in the teak
wood garden contiguous to the school on 9th February .
On 24th December 2001, an Eco-Club committee of Mashauli High School was formed in the general meeting of teacher's council of the institution which was presided over by Sri Haridas Sinha, the Headmaster of the school. On 7th January 2002 a preliminary concept on Non-Renewable Energy was given to the members of Eco -Club of the institution through the discussion held by the teachers. A seminar was held on 1st day of February 2002 about the Plastic Pollution by the students and teachers of the institution. They highlighted the dangerous effect of plastic such as the reduction of fertilizing capacity of soil, or reducation of soil stability etc. On 21st February 2002 as a part of campaigning programme, the member of Eco-Club went to the market and made the businessmen conscious about the bad effect of plastic and advised them to use paper bag, banana leaves, segun leaves as the substitute of plastic. On 2nd March, 2002, a seminar on Solid Waste Management was held by the members of Eco Club of the institution. On 16th March, 2002, an alochana sabha was organized by the members of Eco-Club including students of the school to make the people conscious about environmental pollution and they are asked to take serious step to protect the environment.
On 4th January, 2002, a monitoring committee of Eco-Club, Kanchanpur Col, GirlsH. S. School was formed in the school campus with the president ship of Sri Ranandra Mohan Nath . . All the staff and students, and some eminent personalities of the local area were present in that occasion. A Safai Abhijan was conducted by the students on 21st January, 2002. A debate competition on 'Non-Conventional Energy' was held among the students. After the completion of the programme, prizes were given to the winners. At last, on 20th March a seminar on 'Solid Waste Management' was organized by the teachers and students of the school. They discussed about the solution of 'Solid Waste Management' problem.
Eco-Club of Padmapur
H. S. (+2 Stage) School was formed in the month of January 2002 by the
teachers and students of this institution as well as the local members
of Nagar Panchayat. A discussion was held on 'Non Conventional Energy'
among the students.
On 20th December, 2001 Eco-Club monitoring committee was formed at Dhanbilash High School with the presidentship Sri Pratap Debbarma, 50 students were selected as the member of this club . A discussion was held on 10th January, 2002 about the various Non-Conventional Energy and devices among the Eco-Club members. They emphasized on the use of solarlanterns, solarstreet light, solar refrigerator etc. In the month of February, a colourful rally was conducted against plastic pollution in the school premises and nearly street. On 8th March 2002,a discussion on Solid Waste Management was organized among the members of Eco-club and distinguished persons of the locality. They gave their valuable lecture about the reuse of the Solid Waste.
An Eco-Club committee was formed with the staff of this school. Seventy students were selected from various classes as green soldiers. In the month of January, 2002 a seminar was organized to discuss about the plastic pollution . The selected green solidies organized a safai abhijan of plastic bag at the school ground. In the month of February 2002, a campaigning was done against smooking and various steps were taken to stop it. In the month of March, a drawing competition was held among the students. And the winners were given the prizes.
As a part of Eco Club programme a discussion on Non-Conventional Energy was held on 10th January 2002 at Jalabasa High School under the convener ship of D. K. Saha, in-charge of Eco-Club, Jalabasa High School. The distinguished persons and delegates from locality attended the programme to make it a success. The various sides on the scheduled topics were chalked out among the students. On 18th January, a safai abhijan at Jalabasa Bazar was organized by the students . On 8th February 2002 a group discussion was organized with all the concerning students. The topic was on plastic pollution . After ward on 21st February, a cleaning programme was organized with all the students of Eco-Club over the approach route to school. A discussion on 'Solid Wastes Management' was organized on 20th March. Every technique and process of its management was neatly discussed keeping in view to make proper awareness among the students. On 27th March 2002, a safai abhijan was organized at the premises of local Primary Health Centre , Jalabasa, by all the concerned members.
Eco-Club of Durgaram
Reang Para Class XII School was inaugurated on 15th January 2002, at the
school premises. This club was consisted of 50 students of the school.
On 19th January 2002, a monitoring committee was formed with the number
of science teachers of the institution under the presidentship of Mr.
H. C. C. T. Daula, the Headmaster of this school. and the convener was
Mr. Kajal Ch. Deb, in-charge of Eco-Club. On 14th February 2002, a cleaning
programme of plastic wastes was held at Dasda and the club also arranged
another programme on "Solid Waste Management" in the locality
on 23rd March, 2002. An one day training programme was organized on 9th
April 2002, at the school premises which was presided over by the Headmaster
of the school. The dignitaries present in this programme were Dr. A. Mog,
M. O. I. C of Dasda, P. H. C. Mr. D. P. Debnath , C. D. P. O Kanchanpur,
Mr. R. Bhattacharjee, the honorable teacher, Mr. N. Deb, Forest Officer,
Dasda, Mr. L. M. Nath, Principal of Santikandra (NGO). They discussed
about the water conservation and ecological balance and necessity of afforestation.
On 14th day of December
2001, Eco-Club of this Institution was formed., Then a meeting regarding
Eco-Club was held on 29th December 2001 with the teaching staff of the
school. On 7th January, 2002, an area wise meeting was organized to form
the monitoring committee of the club with the president ship of Mr. Ananda
Mohan Chakma, the Hon'ble Headmaster of this school . The inviled persons
in that meeting were the guardians of the students, the Hon'ble chairman
and members of Uttar and Dakshin Dhanicherra Gaon Panchayet, the secretary
of Tumber Club and Young Sociely Club and the eminent citizens. Teachers
and students also participated in that meeting.There was a discussion
about 'Non Conventional Energy' and the uses of Bio Gas Plant, solar lantern,
solar hot water plant, smokeless chulli etc. Mr. Sushil Chakma, Ex- MLA
Mr. Krishna Chandra the Chakma, Gardian of the student, Mr. Dipak Malakar,
the Chairman of Uttar Bhani Charra, discussed about the various aspects
of environmental pollution. From 27 to 31 January 2002, a summer camp
on "Environmental Orientation to School Education " was held
at Training Centre of Voluntary Health Association, Agartala with the
six participants of the school.
As a part of Eco-Club programme, a cleaning programme of road side at Rabindranagar village, Kanchanpur was arranged by the students of the school. On the same day, the postering for growing awareness about the bad side of plastic usage was performed by the students at Rabindranagar and Kanchanpur Bazar. On 23rd March 2003 a colour full rally was arranged with the active participation of students which travelled through different areas of Rabindranagar and Kanchanpur to create mass awareness on environmental pollution .
A meeting was held on 7th January 2002 at the school compound in connection with the training of monitoring committee of Eco-Club. The Headmaster of the institution presided over the programme. The committee was formed with the number of teachers . A group discussion on 'Non Conventional Energy' was conducted in the month of January . In the month of February, a procession with play card displaying the effect of plastic pollution was organized by the students. It created a mass consciousness among the people. A cleaning programme of plastic was performed by the students at Ramnagar Bazar. At the end, in the month of March a discussion on ' Solid Waste Management' was organized to explain the various process of its management. All the students and teachers participated in that programme and made it successful.
Under the Eco-Club programme, a postering against environment pollution was performed by the students of Santipara High School on 16th January. Besides this, a rally with fastoon and banner was arranged by the students and there were some refreshment for the students who participated in the rally. On the 8th February, 2002, the student took part in postering by which they explained the significance of environmental protection and how to make it better. Lastly, on 30th March, 2002 the students prepared some colourful poster on which they gave their view on different aspects of environment, plastic pollution etc.
As a part of Eco-Club
programme a meeting was held on 26th December 2001 at 11.30 p. m. which
was presided over by the Assistant Headmaster Sri Sunil Chandra Das. All
the students and teachers and an eminent citizen, Sri Prabhat Chandra
Debnath, participated in the meeting.
On 2nd January 2002,
a committee for Eco-Club was formed among the teachers are students of
Rata Charra High School at the school premises which was presided over
by the Hon'ble Headmaster of the school.
The Eco-Club of Nabincherra
High School was inaugurated on 7th January 2002, by the teacher-in-charge
at the school compound; A seminar on 'Non-Conventional Energy' was held
by the active participation of the teachers and students of the school
at the school campus on the 21st January 2002. A delighted rally against
plastic pollution was arranged by the students of the school under the
guidance of the teachers.
An inaugural ceremony of Eco-Club, Pabiacherra Class XII School was held by the teacher in charge, Pabiacherra Class XII School at school campus hall. After that a seminar on 'Non Conventional Energy' was organized with the teacher and students of the school. The speakers delivered their appreciated and effective lectures on that topic. On the following day, cleaning of school campus and nursing of school garden were performed by the pupile with the guidance of the teacher. On the 27th February, 2002 they cleaned Nagar Pahchayat pond near Netaji Chowmuhani to keep the sources of drinking water free from pollution. On 28th February, 2002, "Science Day" was observed with the active participation of students at the school campus hall. After being completed the observation programme, a seminar on 'Plastic Pollution' was held. The teachers and students took part in that seminar . An orientation camp on 'Solid Waste Management' was organized with the help of science and technology Department, Kumarghat at School Science Club . There were exhibition of some instruments where non conventional energy was used.
On 14th January 2002,
Eco-Club of the institution was formed at the staff room of the school
which was chaired by the honorable Headmaster. The opening ceremony of
the club was held on 16th January 2002, with the selected member from
class V to IX .
On 30th January 2002, a meeting was held at 12.0' clock with the selected students of Eco-Club, Gachirampara High School at the school field. In that meeting, the teacher of the school, Sri Ajoy Dey discussed on various aspects of 'Non-Conventional Energy' . The eminent citizen of the locality participated in that programme. They highlighted on the using of Solar Lantern, Solar Cooking set, Solar Street Light and Solar Pump set. On 20th February 2002, a workshop on Plastic Pollution was organized with the guidance of Sri Ajoy De, the respective teacher of the school. The students of the school related to Eco-club participated in that programme . There was an discussion about the effect of plastic on the fertility of the land. After the completion of the programme, a Safai Abhijan was organized by the students at near by Gachirampara Bazar and their effective lecture on plastic pollution helped the common people to be conscious. On 30th March 2002, an alochana sabha on Solid Waste Management was convened with the students related to Eco-Club where the teachers discussed their opinion on that matter.
An Eco-Club forming
programme was held on 3rd day of January 2002, with the presence of the
convener. On 7th January 2002, and awareness seminar on 'Non - Conventional
Energy' was held by the presidentship of Sri Binod Behari Mallik, the
member of school development committee. An action oriented programme on
Plastic Pollution was held at Brojendranagar on 4th March, 2002 at 2 p.
m. Collecting the plastic bags from different areas these are taken to
the school and burnt by the students. 100 posters showing key slogan were
setup at various places of Brojendranagar for growing awareness about
plastic pollution. A joint meeting was held by the Eco-Culb Brojendranagar
H/ S School and Jiban Sangi Club of the locality on 11th March, 2002 which
was presided over by Sri Nripendra Goswami, In that seminar there were
several discussion highlighting the importance of plantation by Sri Swapan
Kumar Das, member of Neharu Yuba Kendra, Dinesh Ch. Das, member of J.
S. Club, Brojendranagar, Sri Nripendra Goswami, Teacher-in-Charge, Brojendranagar
H/ S School and others who were present as the guest of honour.
As a part of Eco-Club
programme, on 18th March 2002 a cleaning programme was organized by Fattikcherra
High School. As a part of small effort to keep the environment clean,
the students cleared up the dust of adjacent road to school under the
On 4th February, 2002 a monitoring committee of Eco-Club, was formed at Goldharpur R. S. High School with the teachers and the people of the locality . The first programme of Eco-Club of the institution had been launched on 8th March, 2002. A large numbers of students along with the local youth participated in the programme of disposal of garbage from the school compounds and near by roads. Their sincere step to protect our environment created a great influence among the common people and enlighted them in this regard.
Under Eco-Club programme, a symposium on 'Non Conventional Energy' was held on 24th January at 1.30 p. m. at the school campus. Some eminent citizens and teachers were present in this programme. They delivered their appreciated and meaningful lectures on the said topic. They explained in their speeches the importance of using of non conventional energy such as fire wood, cow dung, bio gas, agricultural wastes etc. They highlighted the various aspects of it. A debate competition about plastic pollution was held on 18th February, 2002 at the school class room. The selected two groups among the students took part in that competition. Besides this, a seminar on 'Solid Waste Management' was held on 28th March at the school premises. The whole programme became successful with the active participation of the students and teachers of this institution.
On 20th December 2001, a monitoring committee of Eco-Club was formed with the teachers as well as the eminent citizens of the locality. Selected 66 students from Class VI to Class XI. got the membership of Eco-Club. An awareness programme was held on 2nd January 2002, among the students. Speech delivered by the teachers of monitoring committee regarding energy crisis and its utility was meaningful and appreciable. On 2nd February 2002, the students related to Eco-Club arranged an awareness programme about Plastic Pollution in a house of the locality which was guided by in-charge-officer. A Safai Abhijan was arranged by the students in the school boundary on 2nd March,2002. In this regard they made/ managed two bamboo bucket for Solid Waste disposal. Finally on 7th March a plantation programme was organized by the students at the school premises. This was undoubtedly a good effort to make a healthy environment.
A meeting of the teaching staff of the institution was held on 22nd January, 2002 at 3 p.m. regarding the necessity of Eco-Club to maintain the ecological balance of our environment. Sri Kandarpa Mohan Malakar, the respective Headmaster of the school was on the chair. A monitoring Committee of Eco-Club was formed with the teachers and 50 students from the school. The meeting was ended with a vote of thanks to all the participants. In the month of February, a cleaning programme was undertaken in the school campus. The students participated in mass in that occasion to make it a success.
On 9th February, 2002 a meeting on 'Plastic Pollution' was organized by the students of the school who were the member of Eco-Club under the presidentship of Smt. Geeta Bhattacharjee. Another discussion was held on 19th March 2002,on 'Solid Waste Management' in favour of Eco-Club of the school. The present speakers made their important discussion on that topic. The meeting was ended up by giving thanks to all the participants by the president.
In the presence of
the teacher, students and other staff of the school, a monitoring committee
of the club was formed which was presided over by Sri S.K. Choudhury,
the headmaster the school. 29 number of teachers & 60 students and
some resource persons in different subject were present in that occasion.
As a part of Eco-Club programme, the discussion was held on the matter of non-conventional energy amongst the students with the proper guidance of the teachers. The participants explained some other sources of energy which will be most helpful to the mankind. Secondly on 13th February , the students went out on the road side for collecting the polythene papers and bag and buried them underground. Then they explained the villagers about the harmful effect of plastic on human health .and a great enthusiasm was noticed among them. On 23rd March, 02 the club members discussed about the 'Solid Waste Management' through a meeting presided over by the headmaster Mr. Pranoy Debbarma, the monitoring member of Eco Club. In this programme another science teacher and the members of N.G.O. gave their important opinion on the said topic. They also highlighted how we can reuse the wastes. Their effective step may help to spread over the scientific knowledge about environment.
In a joint meeting of the teachers, students and other personalities, an executive committee of Eco club of Fatikroy Girls High School was formed at the school compound. In the month of January ,a general meeting with the club members was held discussing the essentiality of Eco club in the school. A Safai Abhijan was arranged with the help of the students of the institution. In the month of February, a seminar on the evil effect of deforestations and abuses of energy was held by the students as well as the teachers. All the club members participated in the "National Science Day " observation programme on 28th February, at the school compound which was organized by the Department of, Science, Tenhnology & Environment, Kumarghat. On the same day Swasthya Mela,2002 was organized by the Health Department which became successful with the active participation of the club members.
The Eco-Club of Kanchanbari class xii school was formed on the 1st week of January with the initiative taken by Department of Science, Technology & Environment, Kumarghat . After the formation of the club, a seminar was organized on the 29th January 2002 at the school premises in the presence of a few experts to discuss the evil effect of wasting of energy . About 100 students attended the seminar and listened to the speech made by the experts. Later, on the 5th day of March 2002, a grand Safai Abhijan was conducted by the Eco- Club . More than hundred students of this school took active park in the safai programme . The entire market place of Kanchanbari and the school compound were cleaned. The participants were able to collect good reputation from the ends of the people of this locality. They also learned the dignity of labour from the practical point of view. All the garbages were stored in different holes so that these might be utilized as bio-fertilizer in future.
Under the Chairmanship of Sri Ranjaneswar Pal, a meeting to form the monitoring committee of Eco-Club was held on 6th January 2002 in the staff common room with the teachers and the eminent person of this locality. On 10th January 2002 to form Eco-Club, a general meeting with the students of class VI to X was held at 1 p. m. at the school compound which was chaired by Sri Ranjaneswar Pal . About 70 students were selected as club member. On 28th January 2002, a door to door campaign was organized by the students of class XII under the guidance of the teachers to make people familiar with the Non-Conventional Energy . 55 numbers of houses were covered under this programme. They also advised the people to keep the environment green and healthy, they should use cow-dung, bio-mass gas, solar energy for fuel without destroying the forest wealth. On 18th February 2002, about 46 students from class XII collected the polythene bags from Bilthai Bazar and near by area and finally destroyed them. The businessmen and people were made aware about the evil effect of plastic and advised them not to scatter them any where and keep them in a particular place. This initiative taken by this institution created a great influence among the people.
An inaugural ceremony of Eco club of this school was held on 5th day of January 2002 at the school premises. The club was consisted of 50 students .A monitoring committee consisting of 7 members was formed with the presidentship of Mr. Barun Das ,the Headmaster of this school on 10th January 2002 . A training programme of Eco club was organized on 27th march by the convener, Mr. D Nath, Incharge of Eco Club. Many dignitaries attended this training programme and delivered their short and vital speech on the different aspects of environment pollution. The introductory speech was delivered by Debashish Nath, the respective teacher of the school. The another teacher of this institution gave a vivid description on the sound & water pollution. Mr. Dipak Chakraborty discussed about the bad effect of smoking. Mr. Anjan Sengupta, Agri officer explained about the evil effect of insecticides. Mr. D.B Debnath, C.D.P.O of Kanchanpur highlighted on the different aspects of ecological balance. Mr.S Mukherjee, Forest officer delivered the meaningful lecture explaining his view for necessity of afforstation. The programme was ended up with the valedictory speech of the president in which he congratulated all the participants for joining that occasion.
Under Eco-Club Programme, postering on water preservation, eco balancing and hygiene were done at various public places of the village by the club member on 8th January . A workshop on non conventional energy was conducted on 23rd January by the representatives from the Department of Science, Technology & Environment at the school campus where the members of Eco club as well as the villagers also participated actively. .The public were highlighted about the usage of solar lamp. On 31st January 2002, for maintaining a healthy environment, some containers with the label of Eco club were distributed by the club members for disposing of wastes .In the month of February, a discussions on plastic pollution was held at the school premises .The eminent personalities present in that discussion were Mr. L.V Darlong ,E.M ,TTAADC, Village council members and others .They highlighted the harmful effect of plastic on human health . On the same day a long rally was arranged by the students to stop the plastic pollution which traveled through the village . An awareness programme about cleanliness and hygiene was held on 14th February 2002 at the school compound with the active participation of the students related to Eco club. At last on 23rd March 2002 a discussion on solid waste management was held among the members of Eco club .
On 3rd January, 2002 , the Eco Club committee of the institution was formed with the 47 members . The action committee was formed with the selected 11 members. On the same day a discussion programme on 'Non Conventional Energy' was held with the students as well as the teachers and guardian of the students. On 28th February, an alochana chakra on plastic pollution was arranged by the club members . Another discussion on Solid Waste Management was organized . After being completed the programme, a safai abhijan was arranged with the active participation of the students at the surrounding area of the school and a house in front of school.
On 6th May 2002,
a discussion was held in favour of Eco-Clubof Baidyar Dighi High School.
The main topic of the meeting was water preservation and necessary measures
to stop the wastes of water and the duty of public. The members of the
monitoring committee, teachers, students and many eminent personalities
of the locality were present in that meeting . Sri Atul Kumar Sinha, in-charge
of Eco-club discussed in details regarding the topic . Some of them had
presented their opinion on that topic. On 9th May 2002, 142th birthday
ceremony of Rabindranath Tagore was observed by Eco-Club at the school
auditorium hall. The headmaster of the school, Sri Nitai Ch. Datta inaugurated
the occasion . The whole programme was presested by Sri Atul Kumar Sinha,
the eminent social worker. The cultural programme was full of songs, recitation
and discussion on Tagore (such as Rabindranath plantation) which was started
with the inaugural song of Nibedita Debnath. Sri Sinha, in his vital and
appreciated speech, mentioned the importance of forestation.
On 10th March, 2002 a monitoring committee of Eco -club of the school was formed with 15 members with the chairmanship of Sri Kesharam Debbarma, the Hon'ble Headmaster, of Daccabari High School. Sri Madhab Majumder, Assistant Teacher was selected as the convener of the committee. The club was consisted of 46 students. In the month of April, they had undertaken various, activities related to water conservation. This activity was started by creating proper drainage system for water supply point in the school premises. The water was properly used for gardening at the school. In the month of May, plantation programme was conducted by the students at the school premises and proper surrounding were made for the plants. The teacher advised the students to work for better and green environment. More over they made a sign board named "Eco-Club Daccabari High School" at the front side of this school.
On 3rd May,a monitoring committee of 2002 Eco-Club was formed with 18 members taken from Nagar Panchayat,Local dignitories,members from NGOs and teachers of the said institution.Activities are performed by Eco-Club are as follows-
Board display competition on water pollution
It was the first programme conducted by the Eco-Club of this school.This competition was held among the different houses of the school.The given topic covered both the effect of water pollution and its remedial measures.
Spech competition on Air Pollution
A Cultural Programme based on Eco system and Conservation of Forest
Tripura State Pollution Control Board was identified as Regional Resource Agency for National Environment Awareness Campaign by the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India since 1996-97 and also as Nodal Agency for National Green Corps programme in Tripura since the NGC prorgamme was launched. Since 1996 Tripura State Pollution Control Board is trying to generate environmental awareness in the masses to safe guard the ecological balance of our State. Since, both the themes of National Environment Awareness Campaign and World Environment Day are regarding water, a strong urge is observed in the approach of NGOs and Institutions to work on the themes. It is our considered opinion that this year different NGOs and Educational Institutions are methodically coming forward to take up programmes for conservation of different water bodies and also for action oriented programmes to ensure providing safe drinking water. They have also taken different programmes to aware the people about the ill effect of contaminated water.
Under National Environment Awareness Campaign 2002-03, 146 NGOs/Educational Institutions were given financial assistance. In the interaction meet where the funds were disbursed to them, it was categorically advised to take up programmes on water conservation during the month of July, 2003. All the NGOs and Institutions have organized their programmes on the theme during the month of July, 2003. The officials from Tripura State Pollution Control Board also attended different programmes and gave presentation on water conservation.
Tripura State Pollution Control Board collected 34 nos. of water samples from the North Tripura District along the International Border with Bangladesh and analysed Arsenic and Iron parameters in our laboratory since few cases skin disease were reported. Fortunately, Arsenic was not found in any of the samples. However, high level of iron were found. TSPCB is publishing this report soon for taking appropriate action by the concerned authorities.
The water of pond inside the IGM Hospital complex , in the central part of Agartala was not used due to excess shrubs that developed along the bank of it and also spread over the water. The hospital authority did not take any measures to clean the water body. Craftsworld, a reputed NGO in collaboration with the Tripura State Pollution Cotnrol Board cleaned the bank of it and as well as the water of the pond.
Rana Dighi, a ancient pond in Dharmanagar, without proper maintenance almost became a dumping station for the locality. It has been reported in the newspaper and a team comprising of scientists and engineers of Tripura State Pollution Control Board collected water samples and analysed in the laboratory. With the findings of the analysis, Tripura State Pollution Control Board advised District administration to take proper action. And now the process of reclaimation of the pond is going on.
Few Educational Institutions collected water samples as a part of NEAC and get the water test done by the Tripura State Pollution Control Board. After getting the report of the water quality, they made the people of that area aware about the condition of the drinking water they are using.
400 Eco Clubs through out the State have taken massive awareness programme on water during the month of July, 2003.
NGOs from the hilly areas also have taken up water harvesting programme.