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NCC
N.C.C UNIT
REPORT (2017 – 2018)
  SWACCH BHARAT ABHIYAN (PLASTIC COLLECTION AND ANTI-PLASTICDRIVE)

On Saturday July 8, 2017, the College NCC Girls’ Unit conducted a Plastic Collection and Anti-Plastic Drive. The Drive extended from the College up to Goregaon Railway Station, taking along the way A.B.Goregaonkar School and M. G. Road.

CDT.SHRADHA KAMBLE, CDT.RESHMA VARANKAR, CDT.POOJA TAWDE,CDT.SHWETA ADSULE, CDT.AKSHADHA GHADGE, CDT.JYOTI GHUGE, CDT.PRATIKSHA POTBHARE, CDT.RENUKA WAGHMARE, CDT.MADHUJA HARACHKAR, CDT.VISHAKHA GUJAR, CDT.SAKSHI DHAIGUDE, CDT.SUPRIYA KAMBLE, CDT.DEEPALI GADKARI, CDT.POOJA JAISWAR, CDT.PRITEE BAVISA, and CDT.BHAGYASHREE MANDAL participated in the two-hours’ Drive, in which about 6½kg of plastic was collected. Additionally, posters on ‘CLEAN INDIA AND SWACCH BHARAT’ were displayed.

The plastic menace needs to be addressed and tackled consciously and aggressively. The NCC Patkar Girl’s Unit has focused on and taken this cause as a part of its SWACCH BHARAT ABHIYAN.

   
  NCC CAMPAIGN TO COMMEMORATE ‘INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUG ABUSE AND ILLICIT TRAFFICKING’
On June 28, 2017, the NCC Units of the College conducted a campaign on the occasion of ‘International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking’ for spreading awareness amongst the masses, especially the youth. Between 12 noon and 2p.m. the Cadets campaigned across four railway stations:Andheri, Goregaon, Malad and Kandivali. Permission for this activity was sought from the station masters at the three railway stations through a letter by Principal Dr. S. L. Matkar.

The torrential rain did not deter the cadets from the assigned duty. With colourful placards and posters, they disseminated the awareness regarding the vices of drug abuse. The campaign achieved the desired goal of spreading awareness amongst the masses,as within a span of two hours, the cadets could reach out the message to a population of approximately five thousand,a large number of them being youngsters.

The following report appeared in the Marathi daily, Maharashtra Times, on July 4, 2017: