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2016 ICT SEAGULLS_CMS SQC PROACTIVE

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This Project was prepared by the 7th graders of CMS, Kanpur Road Campus within the 13. International ICT Seagulls Projects designed by Dr. Hayal Koksal.

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2016 ICT SEAGULLS_CMS SQC PROACTIVE

  1. 1. A Case Study by CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL, KANPUR ROAD CAMPUS Sector-D, LDA Colony, Kanpur Road, Lucknow, India Email: icsqcc@gmail.com, kanpurroad@cmseducation.org Website: www.cmseducation.org 13. INTERNATIONAL ICT SEAGULLS PROJECT
  2. 2. QC TOOLS
  3. 3. CIRCLE NAME - SQC ‘PROACTIVE’ CONSTITUTED ON - 4TH JULY 2015 LEADER - VANYA DY. LEADER - JAYANT MEMBER- - LAVANYA - DASHMEEN -AAGNEYA
  4. 4. MEETING DAY - SATURDAY AVERAGE QUALIFICATION - 7TH CLASS FACILITATOR - MRS. ARCHANA BEHARI OUR TQM HEAD - MRS. SUMITA BHADORIA CHIEF CO-ORDINATOR - DR. (MRS.) VINEETA KAMRAN PRINCIPAL, CMS KANPUR ROAD CAMPUS, LUCKNOW GRAPHICS & DESIGNING - MR. SIJOCHAN K.A.
  5. 5. BRAIN STORMING 1. Lack of motivation from teachers and parents. 2. How to save water. 3. Excessive mental stress among the students. 4. Too much home work during test. 5. Lack of co-operation amongst the students. 6. How to participate in extra-curricular and curricular activities without affecting studies.
  6. 6. Members 1 2 3 4 5 6 VANYA 8 9 5 6 5 7 JAYANT 8 10 6 4 8 9 LAVANYA 7 8 6 7 8 7 SHEMALI 8 9 6 9 6 9 AAGNEY 7 9 5 8 8 7 TOTAL 38 46 31 34 35 39 MARKS BASIS P R O B L E M N U M B E R S
  7. 7. Water is critical for all living things
  8. 8. Without water, there can be no life.
  9. 9. Earth is called the “water planet”... 80% of it is covered with water or ice but less than 2% of Earth’s water is drinkable
  10. 10. One part oxygen plus Two parts Hydrogen = WATER
  11. 11. • Water is the only substance on earth that naturally exists in all 3 forms – solid (ice), liquid (water) and gas (steam).
  12. 12. Do you know where water comes from?
  13. 13. The WATER CYCLE is controlled by the sun.
  14. 14. Water never stops moving...
  15. 15. Heat from the sun evaporates the earth’s oceans, lakes, rivers and ponds.
  16. 16. Water vapour rises and forms clouds
  17. 17. Vapour cools in the clouds and forms droplets that fall back to earth as rain, sleet or snow.
  18. 18. The water runs off into lakes, rivers, and streams and back to the sea to be heated again...and the cycle starts over.
  19. 19. Amazing facts about WATER • The human body is about 75% water.
  20. 20. • An elephant is 70% water! • A person can live about a month without food, but only about a week without water.
  21. 21. Lots of things come in gallon containers… Here’s what a gallon of WATER looks like… DATA COLLECTION
  22. 22. We drink only A TINY AMOUNT of the water that is treated for our use. Here’s how we use it at home: -Watering lawn
  23. 23. Washing dishes flushing toilets
  24. 24. Shower & bath
  25. 25. Water lost by leaks
  26. 26. • It takes 2-7 gallons to flush . • A leaky faucet can waste up to 100 gallons a day! • A 5-minute shower uses 25-50 gallon
  27. 27. Residential Indoor Uses of Water Toilet – 26.8% Clothes Washer – 21.7%Shower – 16.7% Faucet – 15.7% Bath – 1.7% Dishwasher – 1.4% Leaks – 13.7% Other – 2.3% Source: Awwa Research Foundation (1999)
  28. 28. population growth Climate change water shortage LACK OF awareness for Water saving Brushing teeth with tap running GLOBAL WARMING building &road are too much LESS PRIORITY FOR water saving Water table is low Leaky taps & pipesNo water harvesting CARELESSNESS Waste lot of waterPOOR QUALITY OF TAPS DEFECTIVE SEWAGE POLUTED WATER CAR WASHING AFFORESTATION Throwing wastes into open drains
  29. 29. 5 Easy Water Saving Tips Wash laundry & dishes with full loads Always turn off running water Take shorter showers Eliminate any and all leaks Reduce the flow of toilets & showerheads
  30. 30. WATER is a valuable natural resource! We can’t afford to waste it! What can we do to... STRATEGIES
  31. 31. HERE ARE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP SAVE WATER
  32. 32. SQC THRIVULLUAR
  33. 33. PDCA CYCLE A ACTION 01/FEB/02-28/FEB/02 WE MAKE WATER SAVING OUR WAY OF LIFE P •WATER SAVING METHOD PLAN 22/JAN/01-31/JUL/01 D DO 01/AUG/01-13/DEC/01 AWARENESS ABOUT WATER SAVING. PARTICIPATE IN WATER CONSERVING ACTIVITIES. C CHECK 14/DEC/01-31/JAN/02 ALL FAUCET LEAKS ATTENDED PROPERLY
  34. 34. YES! KIDS CAN CONSERVE!
  35. 35. #1 Take shorter showers…Shorten a 10 minute
  36. 36. Dishwashing: Wash all dishes at once Then rinse all at once. #2
  37. 37. #3 Just to rinse! Don’t run the water while you brush your teeth... just to rinse the brush and clean the sink!
  38. 38. #4 Wash fruits, vegetables in a pan of water rather than running water
  39. 39. #5 Stop the DROP! Check all the pipe & taps for leakage around the house? Tell a parent so it can get fixed! Leaks waste water.
  40. 40. Why do we need to harvest rainwater? # 6
  41. 41. The ultimate source of water that we utilize in our daily life is from the monsoons. The rain used to fall on the ground and slowly seep inside till the underground storages were filled up. But today, there are more building and roads and less water is being able to seep inside. SO WE NEED TO HARVEST RAIN WATER.
  42. 42. How do we harvest rain? Simple ….
  43. 43. Precipitation METHOD OF SAVING WATER Catch it in anything that holds waters. Once you have a container, simply put a tank/drum beneath where the rainwater runs off your roof and you have started harvesting
  44. 44. Methods of saving water Rain water harvesting in Chennai and Bangalore
  45. 45. Our duty is to see that we can get enough water to use and also have some left for the future.
  46. 46. Using water wisely Lifestyle choices, population growth and climate change are placing increasing demands on our water supplies. It's important that we do not take this precious resource for granted and that we all use water wisely to ensure that there is enough for everyone in years to come.
  47. 47. The water we conserve today… can serve US tomorrow
  48. 48. CREATIVE THINKING
  49. 49. MORE CONFIDENCE

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