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Blossoms of Palaash

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Students of Delhi University’s Aryabhatta College have college collected and removed over 200 kg of waste floral material from Yamuna river and converted it into organic dye for clothes.

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rising by lifting others

In Hindi, Utkarsh means “to rise.” Inspired by the dictum that “We rise by lifting others,” Project Utkarsh focuses on two issues – reducing food waste and promoting healthy eating habits.

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For Utkarsh, a team of 75 students worked to address the paradox of food wastage and consumption of junk food coexisting with starvation deaths, zeroing in on vegetable and fruit pulp. 

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waste to livelihood

one chip at a time

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PROJECT UTKARSH

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one chip at a time

Rushing across the long gallery at the Ravidas Camp in RK Puram, Chanda Srivastava, joins her co-workers. The group of four women occupy a gloomy room adjacent to a long hallway. The scent of roasted and baked chips is heavy in the air. 

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Watch the video to meet our women entrepreneurs!

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BATTle floral waste

Enactus Aryabhatta is a student-led team of young entrepreneurs, aiming to tackle a myriad of social issues plaguing the society by taking imperative steps to bridge the chasm between the rich and the poor with education and employment opportunities.

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भारत लगातार तेजी से आगे बढ़ रहा है. लेकिन इसके बावजूद भी ऐसे कई क्षेत्र हैं जहां विभिन्न रूप सके सामाजिक-आर्थिक, सांस्कृतिक और मानवीय मुद्दे मौजूद हैं, जो एक लंबे समय से इस देश की प्रगति में बाधा बने हुए हैं. 

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triumph of women entrepreneurs

After centuries of never-ending struggles in India, the primal roots of the age-old social evil known as patriarchy still remains persistent and imbued in the minds of its citizens. 

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A Step Towards A Benign World

While the nation is talking about the fragile mental and emotional state of today’s generation, there are a few who have been working to set an example that youth, if determined can do wonders for themselves and the society…

युवा उद्यमियों की मदद से बदलते भारत

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How products from floral waste are rehabilitating 400 women

Comprising a team of 50 students, Project Palaash collects flower waste from places of worship and convert it into natural organic dyes and other sustainable products.

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How this organisation is reducing water pollution through sustainable waste management

Humans have wrestled with inferior water quality for centuries. Water, the harbinger of life on the planet, is a resource that is rapidly depleting ever since it became susceptible to the ghastly claws of pollution.

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VEGGITOS- HAR BITE MEIN STORY

Meet the stars of Project Utkarsh which is a novel initiative by Enactus Aryabhatta, a student-run social entrepreneurship society of Delhi University’s Aryabhatta College.

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blossoms of palaash

With the ever-growing pace at which this country has been developing, there are sectors in which exists a multitude of socio-economic, cultural, and humanitarian issues that have long withheld the progress of the country.

This Student-Led Team Is Working On Various Causes, Focusing On SDGs For Inclusive Growth Of India

 

Project Palaash was set up in 2019 to tackle the grave issue of poor floral waste administration by gathering unutilized blossoms from temples, flower mandis and weddings across Delhi NCR to produce 100% vegan dyes and a range of other organic products like compost, candles and colours.

 

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Fight against pollution:

du students take charge

From biodegradable waste to recycling floral waste, how youngsters are helping the environment

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