Municipal Solid Waste Management Study and Strategy in Aligarh City, Uttar Pradesh India”

  • Ashish Jain Lecturer
Keywords: Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,, Sanitation,, Hygiene and Sewage disposal


ndia is a religious country with ancient civilization and having population diverse in religious and cultural belief. The International standards of sanitation and cleanliness point out the poor sanitation condition in our nation. The Mahatma Gandhi had a dream of clean India. He played a great role for making Indian clean and green. Moreover, the Government of India has followed his
foot prints and launched a Mission named “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” The Mission was started by
Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Damodardas Modi on 2nd of October, 2014 on the occasion of 145th Birth anniversary of Mahatama Ghandhi at Rajghat, New Delhi with an aim to make clean India. The Mission aims to provide upliftment to the maintenance of adequate disposal system of domestic sewage, cleanliness in rural and urban development, availability of safe and clean drinking water to all the citizens. Mission aim to complete sanitary India dream through
“Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” by the year 2019. Some of the ministries involved in mission for the sanitary India are Ministry of Rural Development, Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Drinking water and Sanitation, Public Sector Undertaking, Corporations, National Government Organizations, State Governments, Defence Research and Development Organisation etc. However, it has been clearly declared that the campaign is not only the duty of the government alone but each and every citizen of the country is equally responsible to keep the nation clean and green.So lets make mission for sanitary india for the Aligarh city in Uttar Pradesh and problems encountered in the accomplishment of goal. This paper gives current scenario of India with respect to case study of municipal solid waste quantity, quality and its management strategy.


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Author Biography

Ashish Jain, Lecturer

Department of Civil Engineering, Mangalayatan University, Beswan, Aligarh, U.P., India. Pin: 202145


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