Wate management awarness

Awareness session on Waste Management at Zilla Parishad High School, Nalgonda, Telangana

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Empowering the next generation with the knowledge and skills to tackle environmental challenges is a crucial step towards building a sustainable future. Recently, I had the opportunity to conduct waste management training for 4th and 5th-grade students at the government school of Z.P.H.S in Nalgonda district. In a concerted effort to instill environmental consciousness, the classes were designed to not only educate but also actively engage the young minds in practical activities.

The morning session unfolded as an immersive learning experience for the students, where we delved into the intricacies of waste management. The aim was to cultivate a sense of responsibility and awareness about the impact of waste on the environment. The students, eager and receptive, participated in various activities that illustrated the importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling. A highlight of the training involved a hands-on initiative where the students took to the surrounding areas of their classrooms, collecting plastic and other waste materials. This practical application of their newfound knowledge not only reinforced the lessons but also allowed them to witness the immediate impact of responsible waste management. Through such initiatives, we strive not only to create informed citizens but also to nurture a generation that actively contributes to the well-being of our planet.

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Nagesh Karuturi

Founder Director

A management professional with 24 years of experience in international leadership positions in India, Africa, South Asia, Europe, and the United Kingdom, graduated from India’s Symbiosis Institute of Business Management with an MBA in marketing. He has led teams of up to 6500 personnel and has executed top-notch processes for sales, operations, human resources, quality assurance, and auditing. He has led and carried out programs for vulnerable communities in India and Africa, focusing on education, economic empowerment, life skills, the environment, sanitation, healthcare, and nutrition. In 2011, the Lions Club International Foundation awarded him the Melvin Jones Fellowship for his humanitarian work, and in 2014, the Lions Club International President’s Certificate of Appreciation was given for his outstanding accomplishments in carrying out the organization’s mission.​