Kochi: As part of its annual management festival 'Infloré 23', Rajagiri College of Social Science and Rajagiri Business School organised a beach cleaning campaign at Fort Kochi beach on Friday.
The initiative was sponsored by Arcanoe Education Consultants.
There are as many as 75 students who are also members of the institution's Green Club and Media Club.
Assistant Director Rev Dr Francis Manavalan, CMI, inaugurated the event.
The waste collected during the campaign was meticulously segregated and handed over to the authorities concerned. Adv Antony Kureethara, a Fort Kochi ward member and opposition councillor, also joined the campaign, which aimed to raise awareness about eco-friendly habits and the need to forge a deeper bond with nature.
Faculty members, including Green Club Coordinator Dr Krishnan Chandra Mohan, Associate Dean of Students' Activities Dr Susan Mathew, C A Abraham Joseph, Dr Siby Jose, and Sr Alphonsa, also took part in the initiative.
'Infloré 23', which is also South India's largest management festival, will be held on October 13 and 14. Hundreds of students from various educational institutions across the country are expected to take part in the fest.
(The author is a second year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) student of Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies, reporting for Onmanorama as part of our campus outreach programme, Onmanorama Campus Reporter.)