Mcc Conducts Swachh Ward Competition Among All 35 Wards, Ward No. 23 Adjudged 1st In Swachh Ward Rankings 

Nov12,2022 | Gautam Jalandhari | Ludhiana

 
 
Welfare Committee ward No. 10 adjudged 1st among RWA & Chandigarh Traders Association sector 17 adjudged 1st among MWA category
 
The Municipal Corporation Chandigarh has carried out Swachh Ward survey among all the 35 wards which covered major swacchta indicators i.e. Segregation of Waste at source level, citizen engagement, adopting Home Composting and 3 R principles etc.
 
During the survey, different parameters were given by the jury and total marks  were 100 for different categories involving all stakeholders including Resident Welfare Associations, Market Welfare Associations, colleges, schools, Hospitals, Hotels, Gardens and Government offices and wards etc.
 
Entries for the competition were taken through a Google form circulated among RWA, MWA, School, Colleges, Hospital /health facility, 
Parks & Garden and Government office for self-assessment. To physically verify the entries, an on-field 
inspection team was constituted that included NGOs, NSS volunteers & Sanitary Inspectors.
 
A jury headed by the Mayor, Ms Sarbjit Kaur, and Ms Gurbax Rawat and Ms Prem Lata Councillors, adjudicated the final results. 
 
The results alongwith marks secured by the winner categories and parameters are as follows:-
 
*RWA*
1. Welfare Committee- Ward 10 (1st) (50)
2. Residents Welfare Association sector 19A – Ward 11 (2nd)(30)
3. Residents Welfare Society - Ward No. 10 (2nd) (30)
4. Sec.28A RWA(regd.)- Ward No. 10 (3rd) (27)
 
*MWA*
1. Chandigarh Traders association sec 17 Chandigarh – Ward 12 (1st)(47.5)
2. Market association, Sector-36D, main market- Ward 24 (2nd)(39)
3. Traders market welfare Association- Ward 25 (2nd) (39)
4. Market walfare association sector 15- Ward 12 (3rd)(38)
 
*College*
1. Post Graduate Government College for Girls Sector 1- Ward 13 (1st) (95.5)
2. Post Graduate Government College, Sector 11, Chandigarh- Ward 13 (2nd) (93)
3. MCM DAV College for women sector -36- Ward 24 (3rd) (92.5)
 
*Hotel*
1. J. W Marriott Hotel – Ward 23 (1st) (86)
2. Mountview, Sector -10- Ward 2 (2nd) (79)
3. Lemon tree hotel- Ward 9 (3rd) (54)
 
*Hospital*
1. PGIMER SEC12- Ward 13 (1st) (49)
2. CIVIL HOSPITAL SECTOR-45- Ward 34 (2nd) (26)
3. Civil hospital sector 22 chandiagrh- Ward 17(3rd) (25)
 
*Park & Garden*
1. Gulmohar garden- Ward 10 (1st) (60)
2. Pink cassia – Ward 10 (2nd) (58)
3. Japanese garden – Ward 22 (3rd) (54)
 
*Government Office*
1. Municipal Corporation Chandigarh – Ward 12 (1st) (81)
2. TS Central State Library sec 17 Chd- Ward 12 (2nd) (74)
3. Indian Council for Child Welfare – Ward 17 (3rd) (70)
 
*School*
1. St peters sen sec school sector 37 b chandigarh- Ward 25(1st) (89.5)
2. Shri Aurbindo school of integral education- Ward 10 (2nd) (87)
3. St Joseph's senior secondary school- Ward 32 (3rd) (82)
 
*Ward*
1. Ward 23 (1st) (68)
2. Ward 10 (2nd) (65)
3. Ward 2 (3rd) (63)
 
Criteria for selection
 
*1. Ward*
• 100% Households keep 4 Bins for waste segregation
• Percentage of Households where Door to Door Collection of waste is done
• 100% Bulk Generators processing their own wet waste
• 5% Households doing home composting
• Parks and Green belts are clean and well maintained
• Market Areas and Parking areas are Clean and well maintained
• Market is Completely Plastic Free
• Back Lanes are clean and well maintained
• Roads, Road gullies, pavements are clean and well maintained
• At least 10 Littering challan issued including recovery charges
• Littering challan charges recovered 
• No Garbage Vulnerable Point
• Citizens are aware of Swacch Bharat Mission, Source Segregation, Plastic Ban
• More than 50% Households have downloaded Swachhta App
 
• 5 Nos of purely citizen-initiated cleanliness campaign conducted by RWA's/MWA Committee and 
other organization in the ward
• At least one 3R initiative introduced in the ward
 
*2. Government Office*
• Separate toilets for Male and Female
• Availability of Disabled friendly toilets
• Child friendly toilets
• Availability of toilets for transgender
• Well lit and ventilated toilets
• Water supply in each toilet blocks and urinal, for flushing
• No foul smell in the Toilets
• Floors of Toilets are Dry
• Use of Housekeeping Checklist in Toilets
• At least one incinerator in female toilet block 
• At least one sanitary napkin dispenser
• Hand wash facilities within respective toilet 
• Water points at child-accessible and disabled friendly height.
• Use of water conserving techniques
• Availability of soap for washing hands
• Tertiary treated water availability and use
• Installation of water purifiers
• Cleanliness of covered & open areas
• Internal Roads, Pathways, waiting area, etc. are uneven and clean
• Green Areas/ Parks/ Open spaces are well maintained
• Corridors are free from paan/gutka (Betel nut) stains
• No unwanted/ discarded material lying in rooms, corridors or under staircases
• No unwanted/ discarded material lying on the roof, balconies
• No unwanted/ discarded material lying outside but within the Office premises
• The drains are not overflowing or blocked
• Segregation of waste in Colour Coded Bins as per SWM Rules 2016
• Composting of biodegradable waste
• No Composting of bio-degradable waste within the office in case more than 100kg waste daily is 
being generated
• Bulk garden and horticultural waste kept un-mixed and composted at source
• Hazardous Waste scientifically disposed as per Municipal Solid Waste Management norms.
 
At least 5 No. of awareness/cleanliness drives/activities undertaken 
• Swachhata Committee formed
• IEC regarding Swachhata Abhiyan is displayed within the office premises
• Awareness about Swachhata App
• Awareness about ODF
• 100% of staff who have downloaded the Swacchta App
• Awareness amongst staff regarding source segregation of waste
• Awareness amongst staff regarding plastic ban
• At least one 3R activity/initiative during the month
• At least one Zero Waste Event conducted during the month
• Pantry does not use any 200ml plastic water bottles
 
*3. Hotel*
• Cleanliness of Circulation areas, Lobby, Parking, Lifts, Kitchen
• Rooms are properly cleaned on regular basis
• Separate toilets for males and females 
• Availability of Disabled friendly toilets
• Child friendly toilets
• Toilet for Transgender
• Well-lit and ventilated toilet
• Water supply in each toilet blocks and urinal, for flushing
• At least one incinerator in female toilet block
• At least one sanitary napkin dispenser
• Hand wash facilities within respective toilet
• Water points at child-accessible and disabled friendly height.
• Use of water conserving techniques.
• Availability of soap for washing hands
• Scientific Disposal of Sanitary Waste
• Scientific Disposal of Hazardous Waste 
• Segregation of waste in Colour Coded Bins 
• Onsite Composting of bio-degradable waste within the hotel.
• No Composting of bio-degradable waste within the hotel in case more than 100kg waste is being 
generated
• Dedicated space for storage of waste before disposal/ handing over for treatment 
• At least 5 No. of Awareness Campaigns/activities undertaken by the Hotels Management about 
plastic ban and segregation of waste
 
Staff aware about plastic ban and segregation waste at source. 
• Percentage of Hotels Staff who have downloaded the Swacchta App
• User feedback is taken either through any application of Feedback forms. Information regarding 
feedback modalities are displayed 
• Appreciation letters given to sanitation staff for positive feedback in staff meetings along with 
Monetary awards, medals, reward points etc.
• Action taken on feedback is documented and communicated
• At least one 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) activity /initiatives during the month. 
• At least one zero waste event conducted during the month.
• No Usage of 200ml plastic water bottles and Single use Plastic Cutlery.
• Tertiary treated water availability and use
 
*4. School*
• Separate toilets for boys and girls 
• Availability of Disabled friendly toilets
• Child friendly toilets
• Well lit and ventilated toilets
• Water supply in each toilet blocks and urinal, for flushing
• At least one incinerator in girl’s toilet block
• At least one sanitary napkin dispenser
• Hand wash facilities within respective toilet 
• Water points at child-accessible and disabled friendly height.
• Use of water conserving techniques.
• Availability of soap for washing hands
• Outside or away from toilet blocks
• Multiple points at child-accessible height
• Group hand washing with soap are conducted before the mid day meals are served, 
• Supervision by the management
• Tertiary treated water availability and use
• Installation of water purifiers
• Cleanliness of covered & open areas
• Segregation of waste in three bins (Blue Green & black)
• No Composting of bio-degradable waste within the school in case more than 100kg waste is 
being generated
• At least 5 No. of awareness/cleanliness drives/activities undertaken 
• Swachhata Committee formed
 
Awareness about SBM
• Awareness about Swachhata App
• Awareness about ODF
• Percentage of teachers & staff who have downloaded the Swacchta App
• Awareness amongst staff and students regarding source segregation of waste
• Awareness amongst staff and students regarding plastic ban
• Conducted at least one zero waste event during the month
• Adopted at least one 3R(Reduce, Reuse & Recycle) initiative/activity
• Signages regarding Swacchta, Plastic Ban and Cleanliness
• Adoption of Slum areas /other areas for cleanliness
 
*5. College*
• Separate toilets for boys and girls 
• Availability of Disabled friendly toilets
• Child friendly toilets
• Well lit and ventilated toilets
• Water supply in each toilet blocks and urinal, for flushing
• At least one incinerator in girl’s toilet block 
• At least one sanitary napkin dispenser
• Hand wash facilities within respective toilet 
• Water points at child-accessible and disabled friendly height.
• Use of water conserving techniques.
• Availability of soap for washing hands
• Tertiary treated water availability and use
• Installation of water purifiers
• Cleanliness of covered & open areas
• Segregation of waste in three bins (Blue Green & black)
• Wet Waste Composting 
• No Composting of bio-degradable waste within the collage in case more than 100kg waste is 
being generated
• At least 5 No. of awareness/cleanliness drives/activities undertaken 
• Swachhata Committee formed
• Awareness about SBM
• Awareness about Swachhata App
• Awareness about ODF
• Percentage of teachers & staff who have downloaded the Swacchta App
 
Awareness amongst staff and students regarding source segregation of waste
• Awareness amongst staff and students regarding plastic ban
• Conducted at least one zero waste event during the month
• Adopted at least one 3R(Reduce, Reuse & Recycle) initiative/activity
• Signages regarding Swacchta, Plastic Ban and Cleanliness
• Adoption of Slum areas /other areas for cleanliness
 
*6. Hospital & Health Care Facility*
• Cleanliness of Circulation areas, Wards, ICU, CCU, Procedural areas, Ambulatory Areas, OPD, 
Emergency, Labs
• No Spit/Pan Masala stains on walls or corridors
• The drains are not overflowing or blocked
• Separate toilets for male and female
• Availability of Disabled friendly toilets
• Child friendly toilets
• Well lit and ventilated toilets
• Water supply in each toilet blocks and urinal, for flushing
• At least one incinerator in female toilet block
• At least one sanitary napkin dispenser
• Hand wash facilities within respective toilet 
• Water points at child-accessible and disabled friendly height.
• Use of water conserving techniques.
• Availability of soap for washing hands
• Outside or away from toilet blocks
• Regular Supervision by the management
• Scientific disposal of Biomedical Waste 
• Scientific disposal of Hazardous Waste 
• Segregation of waste in Colour Coded Bins as per SWM Rules 2016
• Composting of bio-degradable waste within the hospitals
• Scientific disposal of Covid Waste
• No Composting of bio-degradable waste within the hospitals in case more than 100kg waste is 
being generated daily
• Dedicated space for storage of waste before disposal/transportation 
• Signages regarding Swacchta, No Tobacco, No Smoking, Plastic Ban,IEC regarding importance 
of maintaining cleanliness is displayed in hospital premises, prominently in local language
• At least 5 Awareness Campaigns/activities undertaken by the Hospital Management regarding 
Swaachta during the month
• Staff is aware of plastic ban and segregation of waste at source
• Percentage of Hospital Staff which has downloaded the Swacchta App
• Patient/User feedback is taken either through any application of Feedback forms/QR Code. 
Information regarding feedback modalities are displayed 
• Appreciation letters given to sanitation staff for positive feedback in staff meetings along with 
Monetary awards, medals, reward points etc.
• Action taken on feedback is documented and communicated
• At least one 3R (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle) activity/initiative during the month
• At least one Zero Waste Event conducted during the month
• Pantry does not use any 200ml plastic water bottles.
• Tertiary treated water availability and used
 
*7. MWA*
• Regular cleaning of Markets including corridors
• Regular cleaning of Parking of Markets
• Separate facilities available for men and women
• Separate toilet for transgender
• Child and disabled friendly toilets
• Caretaker present
• Feedback Mechanism “QR Code” available
• Well Lit toilet
• Dry and Clean
• Running water in WC and tap
• Functional Bolting on all doors
• Open between 6 am to 10 pm
• Sanitary Napkin Dispenser installed and working
• Separate Dustbins available for Sanitary and Dry Waste
• 100% Segregation of waste at the level of shops in colour coded bins (Blue & Green)
• 100% Collection of segregated waste by door to door collection system 
• Composting of bio-degradable Waste within the Market by the Association 
• At least 5 Awareness campaigns conducted by Market Association among Shopkeepers and 
vendors about Ban on Plastic and Segregation of Waste.
• 60% of Market Association Members/shopkeepers/staff who have downloaded the Swacchta 
 
App.
Awareness among shopkeepers/staff regarding plastic ban and source segregation
• Percentage of Shopkeepers not using Polythene/Plastic Bags
• Resolution of Market Association for not using of Polythene/Plastic Bags
• At least one 3R (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle) activity/initiative undertaken during the month
• At least one Zero Waste event conducted during the month
 
*8. Park & Garden*
• Availability of Boundary wall and it is in good condition
• Availability of Entrance/Exit and it is in good condition
• Availability and material used (Plastic should be prohibited)
• Available within every 500 metres
• Available within every 500 metres
• Colour segregated bins are available within every 250 metres
• Available and in good condition
• Available and it is well maintained 
• Availability and its condition
• Tertiary Treated water available and being used 
• Separate facilities available for men and women
• Separate toilet for transgender
• Child and disabled friendly toilets
• Caretaker present
• Feedback Mechanism “QR Code” available
• Well Lit toilet
• Dry and Clean
• Running water in WC and tap
• Functional Bolting on all doors
 
• Open between: -
• Morning Timing: 05:30 am to 09:30am (Summer) & 06:00 am to 10:00 am (Winters)
• Evening timing: 04:00 pm to 08:00 pm 
• Sanitary Napkin Dispenser installed and working
• Separate Dustbins available for Sanitary and Dry Waste
• There is No Garbage vulnerable point within park. 
• Grass mowing & hedge clipping has been done (No over grown grass & hedge)
• Park free from littering 
• Drinking water facility available within the park
• Processed at compost pit / compost equipment inside park
• No burning of any type of solid waste
• Well maintained and safe for children
• All park lights are Well maintained and in working conditions 
• Signages Regarding Plastic Ban, Source segregation, Anti- Littering, Swachhta App, Swachh 
Survekshan 2023, Toilets etc. 
• At least one 3R activity/initiative undertaken during the month
• At least one Waste to Wonder installed during the month
 
*9. RWA*
• 100% Household Doing Waste Segregation in four bins at household level.
• 5% Household Doing Home Composting
• 50% Household carrying Cloth /Jute shopping bags to the market in the RWA
• 10% Household having a small bin in car
• Composting of bio-degradable Waste by Residential Welfare Association 
• No Composting of bio-degradable waste within the RWA, in case more than 100kg waste is being 
generated daily
• At least 5 Awareness campaigns/ Activities (Plogging, Swachta cyclathon, Anti littering and 
Walkathon, awareness campaign on Ban on Single Use Plastic, Home composting, Segregation 
of Waste. ) conducted by Residential Association.
• 50 % of Residential Association Members/Citizen/staff have downloaded the Swacchta App.
• Awareness among citizen regarding plastic ban, home composting & source segregation
• At least one 3R (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle) activity/initiative undertaken during the month.
• Adoption of parks and other area for cleanliness.
• At least one Zero Waste event conducted during the month.
• Aesthetic and Visible Beautification of RWA.
• Zero waste to land fill RWA.
 

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