Sandeep Marwah Honoured by Gangotsav for Environmental Contributions and Save Ganga Campaign (Communities - News & Events)

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Sandeep Marwah Honoured by Gangotsav for Environmental Contributions and Save Ganga Campaign

Noida, May 30, 2023 – Renowned Media Person Sandeep Marwah, also the President of the World Peace Development and Research Foundation, has been honored by Capt. Praveen Kumar and Sanjeev Kapoor of IDPTS Research Wings for his remarkable contributions to environmental protection and, particularly, the Save Rivers Save Ganga campaign.

For many years, Dr. Sandeep Marwah has been actively engaged in the field of environmental preservation, consistently working to enhance knowledge and awareness of environmental issues. Through his influential work in radio, television, and media, he has made significant contributions to the subject. His efforts have resulted in the establishment of more than 100 environment committees across various organizations.

Dr. Sandeep Marwah has conducted numerous workshops, seminars, film festivals, film productions, interaction programs, painting exhibitions, and essay competitions in schools and colleges to raise awareness about the environment, with a specific focus on Save Water, Save Rivers, and Save Ganga initiatives. His dedication and tireless efforts have made a significant impact on the cause, inspiring others to join the mission for a cleaner and healthier environment.

The Gangotsav of IDPTS Research Wings, in recognition of Dr. Sandeep Marwah’s outstanding contributions, extends its heartfelt appreciation and acknowledges his significant role in the ongoing efforts to safeguard our environment.

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