3/1 BMSCE NCC COY

1 KARNATAKA SIGNAL REGIMENT NCC

National Cadet Corps, the largest uniformed and weapon trained youth organization came into existence on 15th, July 1948 with an initial strength of around 20 thousand cadets. Today it has a strength of 14 lakh cadets. NCC brings youth from all parts of the nation under a single banner and by doing so lays the cornerstone of nation building, a sense of unity.

OBJECTIVES OF NCC IN INDIA

NCC works to fulfil the requirements expected in the latest socio-economic scenario in India. It aims at development of character, discipline, comradeship, secular outlook, ideals of selfless services and adventure spirits amongst the youth. It creates a pool of trained, organized and motivated youth with various leadership qualities in every walk of their live and serve the Nation irrespective of career they choose. National Cadets Corps also provide a sound environment conductive towards motivating large numbers of young people of India to join armed forces.

ABSTRACT

Year Number of teacher attendees Number of cadets and students attendees
2015-16 125 1500
2016-17 140 1550
2017-18 170 1800

SURGICAL STRIKE DAY CELEBRATION ON 29-09-2018.

Sl. No. Date & Time Event Remarks
  29-09-2018

07.00-07.10 hrs
Pledge Run Cadets took part in pledge run (1 mile) on the Bull Temple Road, Basavanagudi.
1 29-09-2018

07.10-07.30 hrs
Special Parade ANO Lt. Ashok Kumar S and PI Staff CHM. Shivakumar conducted the Special Parade for the 80 cadets of 3/1 NCC Company, 1 Karnataka Signal Regiment
2 29-09-2018

07.30-07.50 hrs.
Address by ANO ANO Lt. Ashok Kumar S briefed the cadets on the significance of Surgical Strikes and valour and sacrifices made by the armed personnel while guarding the borders.
3 29-09-2018

08.00-08.30 hrs
Break Breakfast was served to the Cadets.
4 29-09-2018

08.30-10.30 hrs
Awareness Rally Awareness Rally was conducted on the Bull Temple Road, Basavanagudi and inside the college campus on the importance of Surgical Strikes and valour and sacrifices made by the armed personnel among the common people, students and faculty of BMS College of Engineering.
5 29-09-2018

10.45-11.45 hrs
Address by Retired Officer to cadets on “Role of Armed Forces” Cadets were addressed by Col.K V N Swamy (Retd) on the “Surgical Strikes: What is it? Why is it important?” After completion of his Mechanical Engineering degree he joined OTA, Madras under Short Service Technical Graduate Entry Scheme and passed out in 1972 with President’s Silver Medal for having stood first in the technical course and with a seniority of 1972 batch. He did his technical training at EME School, Baroda. He served the Indian Army for 30 years and retired as General Manager-515 Army Base Workshop, Bengaluru in Dec. 2000.
6 29-09-2018

10.50-12.45 hrs
Address by Retired Officer to cadets on “Role of Armed Forces” Cadets were addressed by Col.Rajshekar S Hiremath (Retd) on the “Role of Armed Forces”. After completion of his Civil Engineering degree he joined IMA. He has 30 years experience with various organizat Army which includes Directorate General Married Accommodation Project, Military Engineering Service and Corps of Engineers, Technical, Administrative as well as Combat areas. He has been bestowed with several Awards and Decorations including Special Service Medal, Operation Rakshak (Counter Insurgency Operations), Sainya Seva Medal, Operation Rakshak (Rhino), High Altitude Medal, and recommended twice for Sena Medal Award. Our Principal Dr. B.V. Ravishankar had attended the lecture.
7 29-09-2018

01.00-02.00 hrs
Organization of Multimedia Exhibition for Public Awareness on Armed Forces. Videos on the valour and sacrifices of Army Personnel during the Kargil conflict were screened for the students and BMS College of Engineering. Animated videos of Surgical Strikes were also screened.
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SWACHCHTA HI SEWA PAKWADA CONDUCTED ON 15-09-2018 TO 02-10-2018

Sl.No. Training Activities Date Location
1 Inauguration of the event by ANO 15-09-2018 As a part of Swatchta Hi Sewa Pakwada, we organized today Swatchta Hi Sewa Pakwada in and around the Bull Temple, Basavanagudi, All the NCC cadets cleaned the garbage littered around on the roads and at the corners enthusiastically from morning 7.00 am to 8.30 am.
2 Mass Awareness Rallies 16-09-2018 Cadets went around the slum Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru and interacted and created the awareness on Health and Hygiene and importance of cleanliness among vulnerable sections of the society from morning 7.00 am to 08.00 am. In addition we advised the people about the significance of separation of wet waste and dry waste and disband the use of plastic. As a boost to our effort, people appreciated our effort and few of them joined our cleanliness drive. We advised them to make it as an everyday affair and keep their surrounds clean.
3 Talk: What can do to clean my city 17-09-2018 As being the Associate NCC Officer I delivered the lecture form 8 am to 9 am where I advised the cadets to go around their locality every Sunday to create the awareness on the people to keep their surroundings clean. In addition I demonstrated them how we can convert the wet waste into a manure.
4 Nukad Nataks: Segregation of waste 18-09-2018 Cadets visited few homes of N R Colony from 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm and briefed them on the requirement for the segregation of dry waste from the wet waste to reduce the pollution.
5 Shramdaan: Cleaning of Streets, drains and Back Alleys 19-09-2018 Cadets went around the slum in Gavipuram, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru from 7.00 am to 08.00 am and cleaned the Streets and drains.
6 Cleaning of statues: Important Public Personalities 20-09-2018

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21-09-2018

As a part of cleanliness drive we cleaned the Statue of Dr. Rajkumar, an Indian actor and singer in the Kannada cinema.from 7.00 am to 08.00 am at Hanunthnagar.
7 Wall Paintings 22-09-2018 We conducted at college poster making competition on the Theme “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” 4.00 pm to 05.00 pm for the cadets and distributed the prize for the best poster.
8 Cleanliness Drives-: Bus stands and Railway stations 23-09-2018 As a part of cleanliness drive, NCC cadets cleaned N R Colony Bus Stop from 7.00 am to 08.00 am.
09 Cleaning of public parks 25-09-2018 Cadets went around the Bugle Rock park in Basavanagudi and cleaned park. In addition they created the awareness on the morning walkers to keep the park clean and not to litter.
10 Awareness Rally: ODF 26-09-2018 We conducted the Open Defecation Free Rally in and around the slum in Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru from morning 7.00 am to 08.00 am.and interacted with the people and created awareness on health issues related to open defecation and importance of having own toilet to prevent it.
11 Cleaning of Monuments 27-09-2018 Cadets cleaned the Statue of Kempegowda, founder of Bangalore city near Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple Temple, Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru 7.00 am to 08.00 am.
12 Seminar: Swachchata- “ The Way Ahead” 28-09-2018 We conducted at the college in association with our NSS Unit seminar on “Swachhta : The Way Ahead” 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm. Our College NSS Officer Prof. Hadagali Ashoka was the resource person.
13 Mass Awareness campaigns- Better Sanitary practices in daily life. 29-09-2018 Cadets visited few homes of N R Colony from 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm and briefed them to adopt best Sanitary practices.
14 Cleaning of Hospitals 30-9-2018

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1-10-2018

Cadets visited the BMS Hospital from 7.00 am to 08.00 am and lend a helping hand in cleaning the Hospital premises.
15 PLOG RUN 2-10-2018 We conducted the PLOG RUN in and around Basavanagudi area in association with GONATIVE, Bengaluru where cadets picked up the plastic and created awareness on the ill effects plastic use.

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION ON 15-08-18

Independence Day was celebrated on 15-08-18 in the college campus. Our beloved Donor Trustee and Member Secretary, BMSET Dr. B. S. Ragini Narayan led the celebration by hoisting the national flag. In all 80 NCC Cadets, 25 dignitaries, 200 faculty, 300 staff members and 300 students took part in the celebration. NCC Cadets displayed their Marching and Band Skills to the audience.


COMBINED ANNUAL TRAINING CAMP (CATC) HELD AT NITTE MEENAKSHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FROM 15th JULY TO 24th July 2018

Combined Annual Training Camp was conducted at NMIT from 15-07-2018 to 24-07-2015. 35 Cadets of BMSCE-NCC stood steady, marvellously marched, fearlessly fought, rage fully sang, debated dauntlessly and yet took the challenges with unity. The senior cadets of BMSCE-NCC were given the opportunity to head the camp. Cdt. Ajay Kumar was bestowed with gold medal in cross country run. Cdt. Ananya Pushkar was awarded as the best speaker. Sgt. Mamatha.N, Sgt. Aman Kumar, LCpl. Shreya, LCpl Rebecca, Cdt. Ananya Pushkar, Cdt. Nischita, Cdt. Junaid and Cdt. Tejashwini were bestowed with gold medals in cultural competition.


INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY ON 21-06-18

40 NCC cadets, 25 students, 05 teachers and 1 ANO took part in the International Yoga Day conducted centrally by the Karnataka and Goa Directorate on 21-06-2018 at Manikshew Parade Ground where they performed different Yoga Asanas for their well-being and to have a positive attitude towards everything.


GRADUATION DAY HELD ON 09-06-2018

80 NCC Cadets took part in the Graduation Day held on 09-06-2018 with their band. Cadets took the dignitaries through the procession from B M Sreenivasaiah Auditorium to Indoor Stadium, the venue of Graduation Day. The Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Dr. K. Sivan was the Chief Guest and he gave the Convocation Address.


BLOOD DONATION CAMP ON 30-01-2018

Blood Donation Camp was held on the occasion of Martyrs' Day on 30th January 2018 at indoor stadium BMSCE. In this event around 375 units of blood was collected. Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology, Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Victoria Hospital and Airforce Command Hospital participated and collected the blood. NCC Cadets, students and teachers joined this noble cause by donating the blood.


MARTYRS' DAY ON 30-01-2018

Martyrs' Day was observed on 30th January 2018 by conducting special lecture delivered by Mr. Arjun Devaiah, an International Sports Person. In the evening Candle Light March was held along the Bull Temple Road in order to show support for the family of Jawans who martyred while safeguarding the borders.


Republic Day Celebration on 26-01-2018

Republic Day was celebrated in the college campus by hoisting the national flag on 26-01-2017, 80 NCC Cadets displayed their marching skills in front of 15 dignitaries, 350 teachers, 200 non-teaching staff and 300 students.


SPECIAL NATIONAL INTEGRATION CAMP (SNIC) HELD AT KOHIMA, NAGALAND FROM 7TH JANUARY 2018 TO 16TH JANUARY 2018

Four of our NCC cadets CSM. Rahul, Sgt. Ananda Sagar, Sgt. Mamatha from the Dept. of EEE and Sgt. Aman from the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering attended the Special National Integration Camp (SNIC) held at Kohima, Nagaland from 7th of Jan 2018 to 16th Jan 2018 and secured Gold and Silver Medals different events (Tug of War and Group Song) for Karnataka and Goa Directorate.

Special National Integration Camp (SNIC) was inaugurated by Major General Atanu K Pattanaik, Chief of Staff of 3 Corps. Altogether 600 cadets of National Cadet Corps (NCC) from 17 Directorates from all the precincts of the country, including 110 cadets, from the North East Region, attended the SNIC. The Nagaland Governor P B Acharya and Nagaland Chief Minister T R Zeliang visited the camp. National Integration Camp (NIC) has been conducted to create awareness about heritage and culture of the country and to inculcate the qualities of leadership, discipline, team work and character building among the cadets. Such event keeps the nation united, particularly by the young generation representing mini India. All training in the NCC is conducted in a military environment, so as to help the cadets inculcate the finer qualities of “our” military heritage. “It helps in developing discipline and ability to work hard, which gives them a sense of purpose and helps them overcome the trials, tribulations and complexities of their adolescent years,”


ALL INDIA THAL SAINIK CAMP-2017 (AITSC-2017) FROM 9th AUGUST 2017 TO 03rd OCTOBER 2017

Two of our cadets JUO Sudhan K S and CSUO Hemanth Gowda A R after rigorous training in 7 camps held from 9th August to 3rd October 2017 (for nearly 80 days) made a way to be a part of All India Thal Sainik Camp-2017 (AITSC-2017) held at New Delhi representing Karnataka and Goa Directorate where they presented a good performance and has become role models for the Juniors to follow their footsteps. The aim of the Thal Sainik Camp (AITSC) is to give an exposure to salient aspects of Army Wing Training and generate healthy competitive spirit by conducting competitions contributing towards Inter-Directorate Republic Day Banner 2018. After following the rigorous and rigid selection procedure camp after camp (7 stages of selection), only 1360 Cadets including both boys and girls drawn from 17 NCC Directorates covering all the States and Union Territories of the country got the opportunity to be part of the final contingent. The Cadets during the AITSC competed in a number of activities, like shooting, Obstacle Crossing Training, Map reading, Judging Distance and field Signal (JDFS) and other Institutional Training Competitions spread over 12 days.


DRUG ABUSE AWARENESS WALKATHON ON 02-10-2017

Walkathon on ill affects of drug abuse was conducted on 02nd October 2017 in association with AROHAN and Bengaluru City Police on 02-10-2017 in and around Lal Bagh. It was an eye opening campaign for many, had a very positive outcome and made a good impact in society. 60 of our cadets participated in this event.


SWATCHTA HI SEWA conducted from 15th Sep 2017 to 02 Oct 2017

Sl. No. DATE ACTIVITY REMARKS
1 15 Sep 17 (Fri) Inauguration of the event with Cleanliness Drive To join hands with the President’s inaugural Swatchta Hi Sewa Pakwada on 15th Sepetember 2017, we organized today Swatchta Hi Sewa Pakwada in and around the Slum at Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru. All the NCC cadets cleaned the garbage littered around on the roads and at the corners enthusiastically from morning 7 am to 10.30 am
2 16 Sep 17 (Sat) Mass Awareness Rally Cadets also went around the slum Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru and interacted and created the awareness on Health and Hygiene and importance of cleanliness among vulnerable sections of the society from morning 7.00 am to 09.00 am. In addition we advised the people about the significance of separation of wet waste and dry waste and disband the use of plastic. As a boost to our effort, people appreciated our effort and few of them joined our cleanliness drive. We advised them to make it as an everyday affair and keep their surrounds clean
3 17 Sep 17 (Sun) Talk/Speech : What can I do to clean my city As being the Associate NCC Officer I delivered the lecture form 8 am to 9 am where I advised the cadets to go around their locality every Sunday to create the awareness on the people to keep their surroundings clean. In addition I demonstrated them how we can convert the wet waste into a manure
4 18 Sep 17 (Mon) Nukad Nataks- Theme based Cadets conducted the Street Play at Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru based on the theme “Cleanliness and Hygiene” from 7 am to 7.30 am
5 19 Sep 17 (Tues) Shramdaan – Construction of Toilets Cadets went around the slum in Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru and interacted and created the awareness on having the Toilet in each and every house to maintain Health and Hygiene from morning 7.00 am to 09.00 am
6 20 & 21 Sep 17 (Wed & Thurs) Cleaning of Statues - Important Public Personalities and Shramdaan We organized a cleanliness drive from 7.00 am to 09.00 am near Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple Temple, Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru-560019. As a part of this drive, we cleaned the Statue of Kempegowda, founder of Bangalore city
7 22 Sep 17 (Fri) Poster making Competitions by Cadets We conducted at college poster making competition on the Theme “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” for the cadets and distributed the prize for the best poster
8 23 Sep 17 (Sat) Cleanliness Drive We organized a cleanliness drive from 7.00 am to 09.00 am at Govt. School and Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple, Gavipuram, Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru-560019
9 24 Sep 17 (Sun) Mass Mobilisation for Shramdaan – Construction of Toilets Cadets went around the slum in Gavipuram, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru and interacted and created the awareness on having the Toilet in each and every house to maintain Health and Hygiene from morning 7.30 am to 09.00 am
10 25 Sep 17 (Mon) Cleaning of Statues - Important Public Personalities We organized a cleanliness drive from 7.00 am to 09.00 am at Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru. As a part of this drive, we cleaned the Statue of Dr. Rajkumar, an Indian actor and singer in the Kannada cinema
11 26 Sep 17 (Tues) Awareness Rally : ODF We conducted the Open Defecation Free Rally in and around the slum in Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru from morning 7.00 am to 09.00 am.and interacted with the people and created awareness on health issues related to open defecation and importance of having own toilet to prevent it
12 27 Sep 17 (Wed) Shramdaan Cadets cleaned the park near Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple, Gavipuram, Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru-560019 from morning 7.00 am to 09.00 am
13 28 Sep 17 (Fri) Seminar Swachhta : The Way Ahead We conducted at the college in association with our NSS Unit seminar on “Swachhta : The Way Ahead”. Our College NSS Officer Prof. Hadagali Ashoka was the resource person
14 29 Sep 17 (Fri) Mass Awareness Rally We organized the rally on Cleanliness along the Bull Temple Road, Bengaluru. Cadets cleaned the garbage littered around on the roads and at the corners enthusiastically from morning 7 am to 09.00 am
15 30 Sep & 01 Oct 17 (Sat & Sun) Shramdaan – Construction of Toilets and PHCs In association with our BMS Hospital, we went around the slum from 7 am to 8.30 amat Lakhmipura, Near Hanunthnagar, Bengaluru and created the awareness on Health and Hygiene. 
16 02 Oct 17 (Mon) Prize Distribution – Essay and Film making On account of Gandhi Jayanti, we conducted Essay Writing Competition for the cadets on the following topics.

1. Cleanliness and sanitation: An integral part of the Gandhian Way of Living

2. Tree plantation for better environment

Cadets were asked to write an essay of about 250 words on any of their chosen topic. Finally best essay under each topic was rewarded. 

BLOOD DONATION CAMP ON 24-08-2017

Blood Donation Camp was held on 24th August 2017 at indoor stadium BMSCE. In this event around 350 units of blood was collected. Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology, Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Victoria Hospital and Airforce Command Hospital participated and collected the blood. NCC Cadets, students and teachers joined this noble cause by donating the blood.


INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION ON 15-08-2017

Independence Day was celebrated on 15-08-17 in the college campus. Our beloved Donor Trustee and Member Secretary, BMSET Dr. B. S. Ragini Narayan led the celebration by hoisting the national flag. In all 80 NCC Cadets, 10 dignitaries, 100 faculty, 200 staff members and 200 students took part in the celebration. NCC Cadets displayed their Marching Skills to the audience.


PLANTATION DRIVE ON 28-07-2017

Tree Plantation Drive was conducted at Gantiganahalli, Devanahalli Taluk followed by an Awareness Rally at nearby places on 28-07-2017. 70 cadets, 10 Army Officers and 5 ANOs participated in this event and planted 300 samplings of different varieties.

Tree Plantation Drive was conducted at Bannerghatta National Park followed by an Awareness Rally at nearby places on 12-08-2017. 70 of our cadets participated in this event and planted 500 samplings of different varieties.


COMBINED ANNUAL TRAINING CAMP (CATC) HELD AT NITTE MEENAKSHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FROM 19th JULY TO 28th July 2017

As part of the Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC) held at Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology from 19th July to 28th July 2017, 32 our cadets took part in the Marathon Run in honour of Kargil Martyrs on 26th July 2017.


GRADUATION DAY HELD ON 01-07-2017

80 NCC Cadets took part in the Graduation Day held on 01-07-2017 with their band. Cadets took the dignitaries through the procession from B M Sreenivasaiah Auditorium to Indoor Stadium, the venue of Graduation Day. Vice Chancellor, Visvesvaraya Technological University “Jnana Sangama” Belagavi Dr. Dr. Karisiddappa was the Chief Guest and he gave the Convocation Address.


INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY ON 21-06-17

35 Cadets took part in the Yoga practice on 15th, 17th and 19th June 2017 held at Manikshew Parade Ground in preparation for the IYD-2017. 35 NCC cadets, 20 students, and 1 teacher took part in the International Yoga Day conducted centrally by the Karnataka and Goa Directorate on 21-06-2017 at Sree Kanteerava Stadium where they performed different Yoga Asanas for their well-being and to have a positive attitude towards everything.


Republic Day Celebration on 26-01-2017

Republic Day was celebrated in the college campus by hoisting the national flag on 26-01-2017, 80 NCC Cadets displayed their marching skills in front of 20 dignitaries, 300 teachers, 200 non-teaching staff and 210 students.


NCC SPECIAL CAMP (STATE REPUBLIC DAY CAMP) ON 11-01-2017

State Republic Day Camp-2017 was held at Jallahalli Air Force Station on 11th January 2017 to 26th January 2017. This was a very proud moment for our college that 5 our cadets got trained in the camp and represented the college in the State Republic Day Celebration conducted on 26th January 2017 at Manikshew Parade Ground.


SWACHHTA PAKHWADA ON 28-09-2016

Cleanliness drive was conducted on the Bull Temple Road and Gandhi Bazaar on 28-09-2016. 52 NCC Cadets, 60 students and 8 teachers took part in the drive. People were advised to keep their surroundings clean and also they were updated on the significance of separation of wet and dry waste.


ANTI-DRUG AWARENESS RALLY ON 23-06-2016

NCC cadets took out the rally around the BMSCE campus to create awareness on the ill effects of substance abuse and girl child education, great initiatives by our prime minister. We being NCC cadets took the responsibility to spread it further from our side. 30 NCC cadets and 5 teachers took part in the rally.


CONDUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY ON 21-06-2016

30 NCC cadets, 100 students, 100 civilians and 15 teachers took part in International Yoga Day on 21-06-2016 conducted at BMSCE in association with S-VYASA Yoga University.



PLANTATION DRIVE CONDUCTED ON 29-05-2016

Plantation Drive was conducted at college on 29-05-2016. 50 cadets and 5 teachers participated to contribute towards the greenery of college by planting 100 tree saplings in and around the college campus.


BLOOD DONATION CAMP ON ¬20-02-2016

Blood Donation Camp was held on 20th February 2016 at indoor stadium BMSCE. In this event around 88 units of blood was collected. Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Victoria Hospital and Airforce Command Hospital participated and collected the blood. NCC Cadets, students and teachers joined this noble cause by donating the blood.


CANDLE LIGHT MARCH FOR MARTYRS OF SIACHIN ON 20-02-2016

Candle light march for the remembrance of Martyrs of Siachin was held on 20-02-2016. The rally was conducted along the Bull Temple Road. 30 NCC Cadets, 2 Army Personnel, 300 students and 50 teachers took part in the rall


Republic Day Celebration on 26-01-2016

Republic Day was celebrated in the college campus by hoisting the national flag on 26-01-2017, 30 NCC Cadets displayed their marching skills in front of 20 dignitaries, 100 teachers, 30 non-teaching staff and 100 students


START UP INDIA PROGRAMME ON 16-01-2016

Live telecast of Start Up India Programme was conducted for the NCC Cadets of 1 Karnataka Signal Regiment NCC. 300 cadets, 100 students and 10 teachers took part in the programme.


CLEANLINESS DRIVE CONDUCTED ON 23-11-2015 IN AND AROUND GANDHI BAZAAR, BENGALURU.

30 NCC cadets, 50 students and 5 teachers went on cleanness drive in and around Gandhi Bazaar, Bengaluru. In addition awareness was created among the people on the importance of segregation of waste.