Go-Green Environment Initiative, on 13 Oct 2016

It is not merely that the world is bettered by saving, replacing, and multiplying trees. It is that an aim of this kind becomes an impulse towards developing a mood and an outlook which will increasingly make it natural to think for the future, for other people, for generations yet unborn. In this regard, our college conducted a ‘Go-Green awareness project’ at our campus on the 13th of October 2016. This project was the brainchild of our beloved Chairman Dr VP Ramamurthi who went to great lengths to ensure the certainty of such a large scale environment programme happening within our campus.

He had allotted 2 acres of virgin-green land graciously for planting 37 different types of herbal plants. Besides this, another 10 acres were also allotted for a fruit plantation. Our partners from Ashok Leyland have been involved in such green pursuits for long as part of their responsibility and concern to neutralize pollutants that are discharged from their manufacturing site. This Go-green initiative will also go a long way in strengthening the soil foundation as well as balancing soil mechanics to prevent erosions in the event of natural disasters. Yadhoom Oorey, a subsidiary of Agram foundation, a post-flood enterprise, collaborated with us to make this scheme a resounding success. Chairperson Mrs Dhanalakshmi Ramamuthi and the Trustee Mrs Roopa Senthilkumar along with other dignitaries were present on this occasion.

Senior officials from Ashok Leyland, Yadhoom Oorey, KVR Groups and Muthulakshmi Industries graced this occasion. The names are mentioned below:
Mr T Vimal Babu AGM, Ashok Leyland
Er R Kaleeswaran, Yadhoom Oorey
Mr Raghuram, Managing Director KVR Groups
Mr Muthuramalingam, Managing Director, Muthulakshmi Industries
Mr Rajendran, Head of Aerumanai NGO