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Asian Business School, Noida, organized a Management Lab Activity “VALUING SALVAGE” on Saturday, 29.11.14. The students of PGDM –I (Batch 2014-16) participated in the event which commenced from Tuesday, 25th November 2014. There were total 4 teams of students with 10-12 members each. The activity “Valuing Salvage’ was designed to promote recycle and reuse of scrap materials and to create best out of the waste material. The students had designed different products from the waste material showing their creativity and innovation. “Valuing Salvage” was the contribution from Asian Business School towards ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ which is a mass movement to create awareness of cleanliness and hygiene amongst people of India. The mission was launched by Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister Of India on 2nd October 2014.

The objective of the Environment Club “Prakriti” is to raise awareness and understanding the environmental issues, instill a sense of responsibility for the environment and personal commitment

  • to protect
  • to preserve environment
  • to educate
  • to cultivate an appreciation and interest in environment

The club is organizing diversity of programmes aimed at promoting environmental consciousness and protecting the environment. Members contribute by providing creative ideas on how to initiate and organize programmes in line with the club objectives.

The following 4 teams participated in the event “VALUING SALVAGE” on 29.11.14 –

  • Dumps New
  • Decorate India
  • Junk Busters
  • Creativity Fit Organization

The activity was divided into 4 phases. The first phase was the window display and pre-launch promotion of the products designed and created by the students which was undertaken on Thursday and Friday. This phase was judged on the parameters – creativity, innovativeness and display content. The second phase was the launch of the product which was judged on the presentation skills, unique product idea, creativity and quality of presentation. The third phase was the creation of jingles from the sounds of the waste products. The last phase was value generation at the stalls. Amongst the four teams that participated in the event, “Dumps New” was the winning team. This activity was designed to encourage the students to manage waste and utilize the same in the best possible manner.