The Eco-Green Club in each school will be made up of teachers and a group of motivated students to learn about the environment and to take action to improve their immediate environment. They will also provide a wonderful opportunity to help generate awareness, build attitudes and enable students to take up activities in the real world, in a way that the constraints of the classroom and curriculum won’t allow. Any motivated teacher from the school could become the coordinator for the Eco-Green Club. Training Sessions will be carried out in LGAs for teachers and students on how to set the clubs up. A written guide to setting up and running the clubs will be provided for the interested schools. The guide will illustrate clearly how an Eco-Green club can be initiated in the school, how many students should ideally be in the club and what kind of activities and projects can be undertaken by the club. This guide will help the Eco club coordinator in the schools to systematically and successfully run the club and reach out to the community. Schools will also regularly attend the training conducted by the National Eco-Green Club Board. Reporting Schools committed to the initiative are expected to come up with an annual plan for their Club. Teachers who attend Eco-Green Club training are given an Eco-Green club evaluation check list sheet, this will be filled in by schools and used for monitoring and evaluation. Awards will be given to encourage the club members.
This club is formed on 01 JAN, 2018. Students will get a platform to show their potential in technical and non- technical fields. Various technical and non-technical events will enhance the skills of students. Learning sessions will provide students a better platform to learn something new excluding academics which are important for future aspects of their career and lots more.
This report presents a summary of the feedback received from participants at the workshop,
Number of participants: 52
Number of feedback forms received: 52
Lokesh Tiwari, An engineer from electronics and communication engineering stream. The young and dynamic personality has been working upon automation system and its applications from his graduations, whose basic aim is to spread out his technical capabilities in India educational system and the extent of his success in this field can be proved from his achievements only.
Started his career with Reliance Communications as a BSS Engineer and served Reliance Communications for 2 years but as his area of interest is in Research arena which made him to join Industrial Automation field. Afterwards to work in a company which matches with his area of interest he joined Vision World Tech Pvt. Ltd, Jaipur as an Automation Engineer. Presently he is working as a Sr. Automation Engineer at Vision World Tech Pvt. Ltd. Jaipur. Recently he has completed his M.Tech in Automation & Instrumentation Control from Poornima University, Jaipur.
|Attendence sheet for solar Workshop|
|S.no.||Name of Student||Regustration No.||3/2/2018(Morning)||3/2/2018(Evening)||4/2/2018(Morning)||4/2/2018 (Evening)|
|9||Dinesh Chandra Gadri||PIET15EE008||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|15||Dhara Singh Yogi||PIET15EE007||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|16||Jai prakash Meena||PIET15EE016||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|24||Ajay kumar meena||PIET15EE003||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|28||Vaibhav kumar goyal||PIET15EE054||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|30||Roushan kumar patel||PIET15EE044||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|31||Sunny kumar Patel||PIET15EE051||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|42||Ajay Yadav (psy)||PIET/EE/14/004||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|52||Ajay Yadav (aky)||PIET/EE/14/005||Y||Y||Y||Y|
Installation of Solar PV in PIET building