• Wed. Jul 17th, 2024


On April 20th, the 48 Assam Naval Unit NCC, under the aegis of the Guwahati Group, organized an incredible cleanliness drive at Lachit Ghat in Guwahati. This was done in collaboration with the Department of Inland Water Transport (IWT) and the Guwahati Municipality Corporation (GMC).

More than 200 NCC cadets from 10 colleges in the Kamrup & Barpeta district took part in this noble cause, along with 30 staff members. The drive began at 8 AM in the morning and ended around 11 AM. Everyone was thrilled to be part of this event. The teams were assigned specific areas along the Ghat to clean and beautify.

The mission was to do their part in beautifying Guwahati and making it a cleaner city. The cadets cleaned up the Lachit Ghat area and debris that cluttered it. They also planted saplings there to add to its greenery and beauty.

The cadets also educated the people present there about why it is important to keep our environment clean and how we can prevent pollution. They gave a number of tips to the people present there about how they can reduce their use of plastic and other materials that are harmful for our environment.

The event was a success and it was a great example of how a group of people can come together to make a difference for our environment. It was also an important reminder about how every single person’s actions can have a lasting impact on our environment and that it is up to us to take care of it. The cadets not only did their part but also inspired others to become better stewards of our planet.

Brig. Dinar Dighe, Group Commander, was present along with Lt. Cdr. Debanand Doley (IN) of 48 Assam NU NCC to motivate and guide the students. Mrs Bandana Ozah Executive Engineer (GMC) and Mr Akbar Ali Ahmed, JE (IWT) were also present to extend all necessary support.

Source: Defence Authorities, North East
Report- Pratyusha Mukherjee

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