Ludhiana, December 7, 2018: In order to promote eco-friendly surroundings, CT University has started one of its kind ‘Zero Waste Campus’ campaigns which will last forever in the campus. The campaign ‘Zero Waste Campus’ is a regular drive to maintain cleanliness around the campus by all the students and faculty members.
Students from all the schools displayed the products made out of waste material. The display included jewellery, decorative material, boxes, wall clocks, automatic hammers, etc. This was also followed by the cleanliness activity where management, faculty and students cleaned the campus by separating the litter into three colored dustbins.
Elaborating about the ‘Zero Waste Campus’ Sukhminder Singh Grewal, Director Students Affair said, “This drive will be regularly conducted in the campus. All the seven schools of the campus will be asked to split and maintain the cleanliness in the area assigned to them. In the end of every month, the best and clean area would be awarded.”
Discussing about the products made, Sarjot Singh, a B.Tech 1st Year student, who made a wall clock said, “I and my team mates made the clock using waste construction material and MDF boards. The clock is fully functional and even can be used as decorative material.”
Amanpreet Kaur, a student from School of Design and Innovation told that they made all women products out of waste and they feel comfortable carrying them and are even fashionable.
Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Vice Chancellor, said that team CT will always make the students be not just educated beings but social beings as well. Team CTU will promote social causes always and forever and ensuring clean quality of campus.
While appreciating the move, Manbir Singh, Managing Director said that to maintain cleanliness is not a onetime task, it has to be supervised and processed every time and every day.