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United Nations Academic Impact and MCN are proud to partner on the Millennium Fellowship. Over 31,000 young leaders on 2,400+ campuses across 140+ nations applied to join the Class of 2022.  200+ campuses worldwide (just 8%) were selected to host the 3,000+ Millennium Fellows.



Symbiosis International (Deemed University) Noida | Noida, India | Advancing SDG 13 & UNAI 9


" I am excited to be a Millennium Fellow as during this Fellowship I will get an opportunity to make a difference in the current environmental situation of Delhi NCR. This Fellowship will give me an experience and learning that I had never before. For the first time, I will be serving community and the nature. It will also provide me an opportunity to explore more and will definatly enhance my learning. I will also be interecting with experts and people who intend to make this world a better place for all "

Millennium Fellowship Project: Segregation at Source

The project on which we are working has three stages. We will first try to complete all the three stages in our college, and then gradually move to various other Educational Institutions and Offices situated in Delhi NCR. Following are the three stages in which we have planned to unfold our Project -
1. We will Introduce Segregated Bins so that it becomes feasible for the recycler and the institution to collect the dry recyclable material. Since our college lacks the Segregated Bins, we are carrying out a "Non-Biodegradable Dry Recyclable Waste Weekly Collection Drive" in our college.
2. We will be conducting awareness sessions to make our target audience aware about "Why we need Segregated Bins?" and" How to properly use Segregated Bins?". We will try to make them aware of the risks that Earth faces due to Climatic Change and "How Climatic Change will impact our lives?" . During these sessions, we will request them and teach them "How they can carry out waste Segregation at an individual level?". Since majority of Indian are unaware of the methods to deal with E-Waste, we will be teaching them to dispose the E-Waste in an environmentally friendly manner.
3. Our project will be relevant only if we connect the organizations in which we unfold our project with "Recyclers". We have already contacted a NOIDA based recycling organization which too intends to regularly pick up the Dry Recyclable Waste, that will be collected via the Installed Segregated Bin Systems, from those areas in which we will unfold our project.
As of now, the dry and E-Waste that we have been collecting from our college is going to the Recycler for Recycling.

About the Millennium Fellow

Shubhangi Singh is a hardworking, focused, and determined young law student with a positive mindset. Her resolve to manifest a better world keeps her driven and unstoppable. Her kindness and generosity helps her instantly connect with the people around her. She strongly believes that this earth is for all of us - humans and animals. To this end, Shubhangi is determined to fight for equal rights for all - humans and animals. She is pursuing her under graduation in BBA LL.b from Symbiosis Law School, Noida, one of India’s most prestigious law schools.
She has a strong desire to learn and explore and believes that the process of learning and growing truly never stops. She has personally observed a plethora of environmental, legal and social issues around her which need urgent attention of the society and administration. She is also a feminist and an avid supporter of LGBTQIA+ community. She believes in equal opportunities for them and desires to make a discrimination free society where everyone can enjoy their life and liberties.

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