Life in the time of pandemic can be really scary, stressful, and isolating, so we all should contribute our time towards the environment and make it healthy for our better living. To subside the boredom, in this time of s global pandemic DME ECO CLUB organized an Online Poster Making Competition for DMEians. This was a golden opportunity for all the art students to show their talent. The topic for the competition was centered on making the poster on the Benefits of lockdown to the environment. The competition was a great success with a lot number of beautiful posters. It helped them to enhance their skills and devote some time and create awareness about the benefits of a pandemic for the environment. The competition was judged by Ms. Komal Kapoor ( Convenor DME Art society) and Ms. Akansha Marwah ( Co-convenor DME Art society) The first position was secured by Shreya Bhatnagar (BALLB 2018-2023) The second position was secured by Deeksha Chouhan (BALLB 2017-2022) The third position was secured by Abhilyasha Tyagi (BA.JMC 2019-2022) The activity was carried out under the guidance of Ms. Navjot Suri, Faculty coordinator along with student convenors Saurabh Singh and Riya Mittal and Core Members, Vishal Khatri, and Kashish Kapoor.

With the growing increase in wastes in our society from households to industrial wastes, we now require a very innovative approach to get rid of them. Recycling and reusing valuable waste material can result in the development of fantastic and usable products. Rather than putting these waste materials into landfills, various innovative and creative ideas can be put together to bring something new and useful. DME Eco Club organized the Best out of waste Competition with the name REGARD  BEFORE YOU DISCARD through the virtual platform at this growing technological age. The main objective of this event was to bring such innovative ideas to students and to help them think themselves on such ways of reusing everyday materials that will not only reduce the waste but provide them with useful household products. This idea was indeed very useful and helpful in creating environment consciousness that is the need of the hour. The First position was secured by Shailja Rawat (BA.LLB 2nd Year) and the second position was backed up by Abhilyasha Tyagi (BA.JMC) The activity was carried out under the guidance of Ms. Navjot Suri, Faculty coordinator along with student convenors Saurabh Singh and Riya Mittal and Core Members, Vishal Khatri, and Kashish Kapoor.

Considering the manifold benefits of the trees, Tree Plantation Programme was organized by Barclays in association with Delhi Metropolitan Education Eco club at Green Belt no. 2 Sector 62 Noida on 28th February,2020.

To maintain the ecological balance this programme was organised with a lot of sincerity and seriousness. The drive was a huge success with almost 100 volunteers participating with great enthusiast in it.

Many students from Delhi Metropolitan Education also volunteered for the same in which the student members planted the saplings, watered the same, and led a new way towards giving birth to a new plant.

The event was graced by the presence of Prof. Dr. N.K Bahl, Dean DME Law School, Prof. Dr. Bhavish Gupta, Head of Academics, Prof. Dr. Sushmita Bala ,Head of Department BJMC and Prof. Dr. Ravi Kant Swami, Director DME.

The activity was carried out under the guidance of Ms. Navjot Suri, Faculty Coordinator , Student Convenor, Mr. Saurabh Singh and Student Co-Convenor , Ms. Riya Mittal and other members of DME Eco Club.

Considering the manifold benefits of trees, including that they release oxygen into the air, absorb unpleasant odors as well as harmful gases such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide from the air and purify it, protect us from dangerous ultra-violet rays, provide us with food and the pivotal role played by trees in preventing soil erosion, maintaining ecological balance and most especially in lessening the effects of global warming.

DME Eco Club conducted this drive in association with Nirbhed Foundation an NGO working in Indrapuram Ghaziabad on 20th January 2020 in which the student members planted the saplings, watered the same and led a new way towards giving birth to a new plant.

Tree plantation is not just something that should be done; instead, it is a necessity, the urgent need of the hour. Planting of trees is especially important to protect our environment against air pollution and global warming.

The activity was carried out under the guidance of Ms. Navjot Suri, Faculty coordinator along with student members of DME Eco Club

Report Prepared By Riya Mittal (Student Co-convenor)

The first step towards change is awareness and the second step is acceptance. With this spirit in minds and the enthusiasm to develop a holistic idea of saving water and electricity in students, faculties and other staff members of DME in and around college, DME Eco Club conducted an activity on 17th January, 2020  in College campus in which the student members pasted stickers stating “Please switch off lights and fans when not in use” in classes, faculty rooms and other areas where switch boards were present and “save water, save life” wherever in DME water taps are present. The posters were put with the aim of saving water which will save millions of lives and to save electricity which is one the most important facet for living a life. Saving electricity means that we should use it when necessary and should avoid wasting it. There are many ways of saving electricity like turning off lights when leaving a room, replacing conventional bulbs with energy saving bulbs and use of other appliances that use less energy.

The activity was carried out under the guidance of Ms. Navjot Suri , Faculty Coordinator along with Student Convenor Saurabh and Co- convenor Riya and Student Members of DME Eco club Kashish Kapoor, Sanyam, Abhishek Kaushal, Kanak Mittal and Prakriti.

Report Prepared By Riya Mittal (Student Co-convenor)