Jamshedpur, July 13: Club Enerji, Tata Power’s nationwide resource and energy conservation movement, on Wednesday organized its annual event ‘Club Enerji Carnival,’ which comprises a kaleidoscope of activities such as project displays, painting competitions, quiz and performances by school children from across the country to spread the message of saving environment and doing their bit on nation building.
The purpose of this culmination event is to enable the Club to propagate its message of energy and resource conservation in a fun and engaging manner.
Club Enerji also announced the champions of the National Energy Quiz 2016 in the grand finale organized in Mumbai. The event was graced by the presence of Cyrus Mistry, Tata Group chairman, and Anil Sardana, CEO and MD, Tata Power, in addition to other Tata Power leadership members.
A total of 500 students across six cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad participated in the carnival.
The highlight of the event, Energy Q, saw enthusiastic participation of the students where they enthralled the audience with their knowledge on energy conservation, science and general knowledge.
Five rounds of quiz preceded the grand finale wherein four schools were shortlisted from the initial 200 participating schools. N L Dalmia High School from Mira Road, Mumbai, emerged as the winner, and was crowned as the Tata Power Enerji Q Champion.
Appreciating the enthusiasm of the participating students, Cyrus Mistry said, “It’s a pleasure to be here with Tata Power Club Enerji participants and witness the enthusiasm of young champions, teachers and schools in making a positive difference to the environment and society at large.
Tata Power’s Club Enerji is doing a wonderful job of creating responsible citizens by instilling and inculcating good habits in personal capacity to combat climate change. The success of this initiative is a fit example to put across the message that every effort, small or large counts in the larger goal of conserving resources & curbing wasteful usage of natural reserves.”
Anil Sardana said, “Club Enerji Carnival brings together students across India and provides them with a platform to showcase their zeal in the area of energy conservation and resource conservation.
It is really wonderful to see the enthusiasm with which the students participated in the quiz, and the extent of their knowledge on things related to resource conservation.
We would like to congratulate all the winners, and thank all the schools for lending their full support and whole hearted participation in the competition.”
The carnival, organized to honor Tata Power’s 100 years contribution to the nation, saw six talented students from the participating cities showcasing their ideas to the jury panel through innovative projects themed on resource and energy conservation. To encourage this budding creativity, the jury selected and awarded 3 winners.
A painting competition was also organized to encourage the bright minds, and three best paintings were shortlisted and awarded.
The event drew to a close with Mistry and Sardana felicitating all the winners of the Club Enerji Carnival 2016.