JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use the Site in standard view. However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser. To use standard view, enable JavaScript by changing your browser options.

| Last Updated:03/11/2014

Latest News(Archive)

Latest News

Delhi University students to be trained for cleanliness campaign in villages

The Hindu, 03 November 2014


Delhi University students will now be trained to work in the five villages adopted by the varsity as part of the Centre’s Swacch Bharat campaign. The university has adopted five villages - Majra Dabas, Jatkhore, Sevapuri, Timarpur, Nandnagri - on the outskirts of the northern part of the Capital .


“We have tied up with Sulabh International (SI) to train 200 students in various aspects of cleanliness so that they can take forward the skills and practices to the adopted villages as peer educators,” said Rajesh, HOD, Adult Continuing Education and Extension (DACEE) wing, DU. The week-long training programme is being conducted by the DACEE in coordination with the Swachh committee at DU and SI, an organisation that works in the area of sanitation and waste management. Read more....