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Rotaract Club of MCKV Institute of Engineering
Sponsored by Rotary Club of Belur
Rotary International District 3291
Volume 4 Issue 07
President: Rtr Ankit Gupta
Secretary: Rtr Sayantonee Maitra
Swachh Bharat Aviyaan –
Railway station subway. The
Service to the Society
Rotaractors were divided into groups
Members of Rotaract Club of MCKV
Institute of Engineering followed this
initiative of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan
at Howrah Station Subway and nearby
area on 20th January, 2015 from 12
P.M. to 1:30 P.M. initiated by our Prime
Minister, Sri Narendra Modi under the
Govt. of India. There were 40
Rotaractors, College faculty members,
Administrative Staffs, Dean, Students
affairs Prof. Dr. A.K. Jalan sir,
Principal Prof. Dr. Asok Kumar Sir and
Director Prof. Dr. Parasar
Bandyopadhyay Sir involved in this
project that took place in the Howrah
of five and these groups spread inside
and nearby Howrah Station area with
brooms, banners, brushes, dirtpickers, movable dustbins, placards,
bleaching powder etc. to clean the
surrounding areas and also create
awareness among the people to
support this initiative of social and
personal hygiene and help make our
country a better place to live in. At
the same time we maintained personal
hygiene by making use of sterilized
gloves, medicated facial masks and
aprons. The best part of the project
was the immediate reaction of the
public to our action. Various media
persons were also their and supporting
our noble cause. Seeing us following
this initiative, we could see people
refrained from their habit of littering
around as a mark of respect to our
efforts. This was how we had a
successfully concluded project.
Also in DD Bangla:
Members of our club
Members of our club
attended Amuzant ~ The
attended “Pankh” of RCC
Members of our club
Members of our club went
attended the rota not our
to Kolkata Book Fair on a
– the Rotaract district
special invitation from
The British Council on 28th
January and had fun!
Some interesting facts about
18. January 26 - Republic Day in India
19. On January 1, 1863, the Emancipation Proclamation was
issued by Abraham Lincoln.
20. On the first Monday of January, Handsel Monday is
celebrated in Scotland and northern England.
We all know this is the first month of
the year in the Georgian Calender & the
name came from Roman God Janus. So
here are some known/ unknown
1. The flower symbol of January is snowdrop & carnation.
2. January's gem is garnet which represents constancy.
3. The zodiac signs for January is Capricorn (December 22
- January 19) and Aquarius (January 20 - February 18).
4. The Common Sense by Thomas Paine was published on
January 10, 1776.
5. On January 10, 1920 the League of Nations was
6. National Blood Donor Month
7. National Braille Literacy Month
8. National Hobby Month
9. National Soup Month
10. National Staying Healthy Month
11. On January 8, 1798, Amendment 11 to Constitution
was proclaimed which modified the Supreme Court's power.
12. On January 4, 1896, Utah became the 45th state.
13. On January 6, 1912. New Mexico became the 47th
14. January 8 - Elvis Presley's birthday
15. January 11 - National Human Trafficking Awareness Day
in the United States
16. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the United States Third Monday
17. On January 2, 1788, Georgia ratified the Constitution.
Birthday Wishes to:
Rtr. Radhika (2nd February)
Rtr. Sheetal (2nd February)
Rtr. Ankita (8th February)
Rtr. Ankit (12th February)
Rtr. Asaf (15th February)
Edited By: Rtr. Sayantonee
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