Karo Sambhav, an E-waste Producer Responsibility Organisation of prominent brands like Apple, Dell, HP and Lenovo launched its school programmes in Aizawl on Tuesday. Photo: Sangzuala Hmar

Karo Sambhav, an E-waste Producer Responsibility Organisation of prominent brands like Apple, Dell, HP and Lenovo on Tuesday launched its school programmes in Aizawl. Karo Sambhav will conduct this programme for 19 schools over four months.

Over 19 Schools participated in the launch of Karo Sambhav School Programme at Archive Hall, Babutlang in Aizawl. Karo Sambhav will conduct the programme along with the state coordinator Vanlalzari Zadeng.

Pranshu Singhal, founder of Karo Sambhav envisions responsible recycling to become a way of life in India. Karo Sambhav is building a cohesive e-waste movement across India by making it possible for people and institutions to responsibly recycle their electronic waste. The school programme is a part of its efforts to spread awareness on the issue of waste and to enable behavioural change.

The programme will end with celebrating the efforts and the achievements of various schools, teachers, and students. Schools will be felicitated, and the focus will be to keep sharing the best work done by them with others.

Sangzuala Hmar

Sangzuala Hmar is Northeast Now Correspondent in Aizawl. He can be reached at: sz.hmar@gmail.com

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