Lakhimpur Girls' College

Affiliated to Dibrugarh University

Reaccredited by NAAC with Grade B++ (CGPA 2.91)

Eco Club


The college has been enrolled under the National Green Corps (NGC) programme supported by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India. The National Green Corps (NGC) is a major initiative of Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India for creating environmental awareness and building cadres of young children working towards environmental conservation and sustainable development.

The Eco-Club of Lakhimpur Girls’ College was formed under National Green Corps (NGC) as per instruction of Assam Science Technology and Environment Council (ASTEC), Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of Assam. Since its formation, the Eco-Club activities are carried out by the Club from time to time with active involvement of the In-charge Teacher of College Eco-Club, Teachers and Eco-Club members.


Composition of Eco-Club:

      1. Convener :           Dr. Mridul Buragohain, Assistant Professor

      2. Teacher Members : 

  1. Mr. Jyoti Pd. Borah, Associate Professor
  2. Mr. Mohendra Gogoi, Associate Professor
  3. Dr. H.M. Abdus Shahid, Assistant Professor
  4. Dr. Mahmuda Begum, Assistant Professor

      3. Student Members – (group of students)



Thematic Annual Calendar
Following activities are carried out by the College Eco-Club 




Awareness on Clean Technology

National Youth Day (12th January)


Awareness on Water Conservation and Celebration of Wetland Day (2nd February)

World Cancer Day (4th February)

International Polar Bear Day (27th February)

National Science Day (28th February)


Awareness on Forest Conservation

World Wildlife Day (3rd March)

International Women’s Day (8th March)

World Sparrow Day (20th March)

International Day of Forest (21st March)

International Water Day (22nd March)


Energy Audit

Celebration of Earth Day (22nd April)

World Health Day (7th April)

World Heritage Day (18th April)


Awareness on Biodiversity Conservation

National Technology Day (11th May)

International Day for Biological Diversity (22nd May)

World No Tobacco Day (31st April)


World Environment Day (5th June)

World Ocean Day (8th June)

World Blood Donors Day (14th June)

Awareness on Combating Desertification (17th June)

International Yoga Day (21st June)

International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (26th June)


Massive tree plantation/ Greening neighborhood

World Population Day (11th July)

World Nature Conservation Day (28th July)

International Tigers Day (29th July)


Cleanliness drive

Hiroshima Day (6th August), International

Youth Day (9th August)

National Remote Sensing Day (12th August)

Independence Day (15th August)

National Sports Day (24th August)


National Nutrition Week (1st-7th September)

National Teachers Day (5th September)

Eye Donation Day (8th September)

Awareness on Preservation of Ozone and International Day for Preservation of the Ozone Layer (16th October)

World Peace Day (21st September)

World Heart Day (29th September)


Waste Management

World Habitat Day (First Monday of October)

Wildlife Week (1st-7th October)

National Blood Donor’s Day (1st October)

World Animal Day (4th October)

Gandhi Jayanti (2nd October)

International Day for Disaster Reduction (13th October)

National Students Day (15th October)

World Flood Day (16th October)

Birthday of Homi Bhaba, Nuclear Physicist (30th October)


Awareness of Protection and Conservation of Wildlife

World Science Day (10th November)

National Education Day (11th November)

Children’s Day and World Diabetes Das (14th November)

World Television Day (21st November)

World Milk Day (26th November)


Awareness on Control of Pollution

World AIDS Day (1st December)

National Pollution Prevention and Bhopal Tragedy Day (2nd December

World Soil Day (5th December)

Human Rights Day (10th December)

International Mountains Day (11th December)

National Energy Conservation Day (14th December)

National Mathematics Day (22nd December)

National Farmers Day (23rd December)


Nature of activities performed by the Club : 

  1. Organize seminars, debates, lectures and popular talks on environmental issues.
  2. Organize field visits to environmentally important sites including polluted and degrade sites, wildlife parks, etc.
  3. Organize rallies, marches, human chains and street theatre at public places with a view to spread environmental awareness on  4Rs concept viz. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Recover.
  4. Test soil, water and air quality and study their impact on health.
  5. Celebration of important environmental days in colleges such as World Environment Day, World Wetland Day, Earth Day, etc. as per Thematic Annual Calendar by organising debates, quiz, slogan competitions, drawing, poster competitions, etc. 
  6. Plantation drives in and around the college campus.
  7. Cleanliness drives in and around the college campus.


Programmes organized:

  1. The Eco Club, Lakhimpur Girls' College organised an awarness programme at Collegiate High School, Lakhimpur on 20th February, 2021. The primary focus of the programme named "Sanskar: Maanuhe Maanuhor Baabe" was to create awareness on witch hunting and superstitious beliefs and practices.
  2. The Eco Club, Lakhimpur Girls' College organised an extension programme at Lakhimpur Girls' Higher Secondary School, Lakhimpur on 4th March, 2021. The primary focus of the programme named "Sanskar: Maanuhe Maanuhor Baabe" was to create awareness on witch hunting and superstitious beliefs and practices.
  3. The National Science Day was organised on 28th February, 2022 by Department of Zoology in collaboration with Eco Club, Lakhimpur Girls' College. The event was organised on the theme 'Integrated Approach in Science and Technology for a Sustainable Future'.
  4. The Eco Club, Lakhimpur Girls' College celebrated the World Water Day on 22nd March, 2022 in the Digital Classroom of the college. Mr. Deepjyoti Barman, Proprietor of Add Square Solutions, Abhayapuri, Guwahati delivered a speech on efficient energy management and impact of water on energy generation.






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