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Month-long Clean India Campaign concludes

The month long programme of Clean India Campaign was inaugurated with plogging run and cleanliness drive from Traffic Island Manipur University, Imphal on October 2.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 29 Oct 2022, 9:31 am

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A month-long Clean India Campaign 2022 organised by the NSS Cell Manipur University concluded on Saturday. 

The month long programme of Clean India Campaign was inaugurated with plogging run and cleanliness drive from Traffic Island Manipur University, Imphal on October 2 at 7 am by Manipur University vice chancellor Professor N Lokendra Singh as chief guest.

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In the closing ceremony Dean Student Welfare of Manipur University Professor M Premjit Singh was the chief guest. S Sunil Singh, Moirangthem Macha Chaoreikanba, and H Suraj Singh, NSS UNIT-I, II and III programme officers were the guests of honor. And M Nodiyachand Singh, NSS-Cell coordinator, Manipur University as the president of the closing function at Traffic Island Manipur University, near Ghanbir Singh Monument

In his presidential speech, M Nodiyachand Singh said that the month-long programme included all cleanings via all pending cases, files, processes in the Authority offices and Heads, Dean and Directors' offices, cleaning all condemned items in the offices/departments and making better spaces for further smooth office work; cleaning single used plastic waste inside the Manipur University campus and near monuments. 

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Around 200 volunteers from NSS Unit-I, II. & III and research scholars students from boys' and girls' hostels of the Manipur University took part in the month-long campaign.

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