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We are very proud to have established an Energy Club at Divine Intervention School in 2016, headed up by Miss Chhanpuii. More details can be found at this page. The Class IX (now Class X) members worked hard conducting audits in their local areas and taking part in awareness campaigns. They were even very successful at the state level, winning several awards in the year 2016-2017. Thanks to Miss Chhanpuii and all the students who took part:
Individual Prize: Lalruattluanga and Lily Lalenkawli Sailo won Consolation Prizes in the Essay Writing competition and received cash of Rs.1000 and a citation.
Club Prize: In the overall state-level competition, the Club won 8th position / Consolation with a cash Prize of Rs 2000 and a citation.
Last week the Energy Club at Divine Intervention School, led by Miss Chhanpuii, ran a poster competition. The handiwork of the Class IX students can be seen displayed on the main steps of the school. This morning the winner was announced to be C. Lalthlansanga, who was awarded a prize during the morning devotion.
The coming week will be busy for all the participants as they will be completing their energy audits for their own localities and submitting them to the Club. They have also been taking part in an inter-school essay-writing competition. We are very proud of the club and their hard work.
On the afternoon of Friday, 18 November, Divine Intervention School’s new Energy Club was inaugurated at a gathering of students from Class V to Class X. The club is established in accordance with central and state government recommendations, which encourage every school to run such a club so that school students can be involved in auditing and raising awareness of energy consumption in their local area.
The event included speeches by the Principal and Maggie (a Class IX member of the club), and a powerpoint presentation by Miss Chhanpuii who is leading the club at Divine Intervention School. The club consists of twenty enthusiastic members of Class IX who have each received materials with which to conduct their audit. It is hoped that they will make a difference they can be proud of in the future, and that they will be able to pass the baton on to other students in the following years.
For more information about school energy clubs in India, click here.