NGO involves students as green catalysts for environmental awareness during Navratri

Ahmedabad-based environmental non-government organization (NGO), Paryavaran Mitra, has decided to create public awareness campaign for preserving environment during the Navratri festival in the city. The NGO will be involving college-going students from October 15 to 17 for this on e-waste, pastic waste and cleanliness.
The students, who will be identified "Green Catalysts", will be holding skits during the garba programme in Gujarat Vidyapeeth, a communique by the NGO convener, Mahesh Pandya, said, even as calling upon all to participate in the programme.

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