Convenor: Shrutimala Bharali
Members: Dr Anita Sarmah
Dr Phirmi Bodo
The Eco-Friends’ Club was formed on 22/5/2014 under the aegis of the IQAC, MDKG College, with the vision of keeping the college campus and its surroundings clean and green. The Club is committed to keep the institution environment friendly and ecologically healthy so that the bio-diversity of the area is kept intact and safe. So, it has undertaken various programmes to make the different stake holders of the institution environmentally aware and active. To realize the vision of a positive and pollution free environment, the members of the club have always made a conscious effort.
ACTIVITIES OF THE CLUB
• 20-08-2014: A debate competition was held among the students of the college on the topic, “The Gas-Cracker Project at Dibrugarh has a negative impact on the environment.”
• 12-05-2016: An orientation programme on Cleanliness and Sanitation was organized for the students of the college. Dr. Phirmi Bodo , Assistant Professor, department of Sociology was the speaker on the occasion.
• 05-06-2015: The 2015-16 issue of the Wall Magazine of the Eco-Friends’ Club was prepared by the students of 3rd and 5th Semester and was inaugurated by Dr. Moutusi Bagchi, Co-ordinator, IQAC, MDKG College.
• 05-06-2016: The 2015-16 issue of the Wall Magazine of the Eco-Friends’ Club was prepared by the students of 3rd and 5th Semester and was inaugurated by Dr. Moutusi Bagchi, Co-ordinator, IQAC, MDKG College.
• 28-03-2017: A talk programme was organized by the club on the subject, “Man-Wildlife Conflict: Issues and Challenges”. Dr. Pranjal Protim Burhagohain, Assistant Professor, department of Economics, Dibrugarh University was invited as the resource person for the same.
• 05-06-2017: The World Environment Day was observed by the club and a number of programmes including plantation, quiz competition among the students and a talk on conservation of the environment, were organized by the club in collaboration with the NSS Wing of the institution. Environmental activist Saumyadeep Dutta was the chief guest on the occasion.
World Environment Day, 2017