To promote a cleaner India, Delhi Technological University (DTU) in collaboration with Imagindia Institute organised a 'Clean India, Clean with me' campaign. It was inaugurated by P B Sharma, vice-chancellor of DTU and Robinder Sachdev, president, Imagindia Institute.
The event saw more than 200 DTU students, faculty members and students from Delhi university participating.
Sharma in his remark said, 'With the clean India campaign we are taking a step to sensitise the young budding engineers and techno managers about the need to create a clean India.' Sharma also expressed his excitement at seeing a large number of volunteers from DTU. 'We wish to do this regularly,' he added.
'A cleaner environment will promote health, happiness and a general sense of well-being,' said Ishita Chawla 4th year student of Software Engineering.
Ankit Sharma, final year student of automobile engineering said, 'The best way to find yourself is to immerse yourself into the service of others.'