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Best Pollution-Free Green District of Assam

One of the prime objectives of this new State Government under the leadership of Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri Sarbananda Sonowal is to transform the Assam into a pollution-free ...

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Last Date- Apr 01,2018 08:54 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)

One of the prime objectives of this new State Government under the leadership of Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri Sarbananda Sonowal is to transform the Assam into a pollution-free state. The Assam Government is giving the best of its efforts to make the state a popular eco-tourism hotspot for the tourists, while giving equal emphasis on conservation.
With the aim of making Assam pollution-free, the State Government is organising a conservation initiative where 33 districts of the State will be competing against each other for the “Best Pollution-Free Green District of Assam” title. Through this competition, the Government wants to create environmental awareness among the people and work collectively for implementing anti-pollution measures in their respective districts.
A state can render a beautiful appeal to it by taking up various conservation efforts such as planting saplings across the entire expanse of the state, cycling more instead of driving to reach shorter distances, banning plastics, using two separate dustbins for degradable and bio-degradable products, practising sustainable living, preserving existing green areas, increasing the recycling rate, etc.
In every district, a diverse variety of trees such as Neem, Lichi, Bullet Wood, Flame Trees, Yellow Flame, etc. could be planted to purify the air, which will also give the district a picturesque appearance. Fruit orchards are also extremely beneficial in serving both beautification and commercial purposes.
Each district will be judged on the basis of its unique preservation and eco-friendly efforts to turn Assam into a pollution-free state. It will be the responsibility of each district to take care of the saplings planted in this pollution-free drive until it turns into mature trees.

The district, which most efficiently adopt and implement these ideas would be rewarded at the end of this year and it will bag the Best Pollution-Free Green District of Assam title.

Prize Money: Rs. 40,000 and a Certificate

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ANKIT KR. SINGH 2 months 1 day ago

Unlike a decade ago,many places in assam now are developing at a very fast pace:guwahati,mariani,jorhat,tinsukia,sibsagar,dibrugarh,etc.population and buildings are increasing,but the capacity of drains,solid waste management,sewage treatment plants are not increasing.if these things are not planned now,our developing places will not become clean & green.planning of these vital waste disposal methods are very critical for sustaining the natural beauty of assam.

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Raj Sutradhar 2 months 2 days ago

Sir, you can name Hojai district as polluted district, as their are no garbage disposal, road condition very poor, no proper street light, few tree installed by the civic bodies, very much polluted

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Jogala Gopal 2 months 1 week ago

BONGAIGAON:Bongaigaon is a bustling hub of trade, commerce, education and culture now. It also boasts of its scenic natural beauty, a society that is multicultural in its spread and its unique history. History records Bongaigaon to be the seat of ancient Kingdom. As such Bongaigaon is laden with perhaps too much of history. And above all what makes this place uniquely special is its beautiful and vibrant people, of its hills and rivers, tea gardens and tea gardener's villages .


JYOTISHMOi GOGOI 2 months 2 weeks ago

this is a tree plantation program of sibsagar district..the gomari sibsagar,green assam......#gogreen

Amit Shah 2 months 3 weeks ago

Sir I belong to vill Sepon Dist-Dibrugarh and would like to share something to you. Sir our village was not a good village in terms of cleanness. People used to through their waste materials where they want. This was leading to a poor society, lack of health ,lack of knowledge and making our future darker. So sir we want you to set up a waste management system not only in our village but there were many in the list which will directly provide a healthy Environment to the nature.Pls take steps...

BINA BORUAH PHUKAN 3 months 2 weeks ago

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