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1.Bird race during Wildlife Week 2016.

REEF (Shri Ramdeobaba college Engineers for Environment Forum), the environment club of RCOEM, won the Vidarbha Bird Race organised by Maharashtra Forest Department in association with Birds of Vidarbha on account of Wildlife Week celebrated from 1st to 7th October 2016. This is the 3rd consequent win for REEF in different bird races organized in Nagpur in the past one and a half years. REEF stood 1st among 30 teams that participated from all over Vidarbha. The team was led by Rohit Hazare (3rd Year, EC). The other members were Harjot Singh Kahai (4th Year, Civil), Atharva Mangrulkar (2nd Year, IT), Himanshu Gunde (2nd Year, EDT), and Udayann Dayaanand (2nd Year, Civil).
A Bird Race is a full day competition where a group of experienced and budding birdwatchers spend an entire day spotting and identifying as many species of birds as possible. The team which is able to identify the maximum number of bird species wins the race. Winning is based on many aspects like knowledge and identification skills.

REEF (Ramdeobaba College Engineering for Environment Forum) wins it's 3rd bird race during Wildlife Week 2016.

2.WIPRO Earthian 2014 Award

REEF (Shri Ramdeobaba college Engineers for Environment Forum) members had participated and have been adjudged as the winners of Wipro Earthian 2014, an international competition for schools and colleges. The winning team comprised of the team guide and mentor faculty of REEF Dr. Deepshikha Mehra, team leader Rohan Dekate, Aaditya Somani, Vishakha Jaiswal, Radhika Kale and Manas Agrawal. The college and REEFians were awarded a prize money of rupees 1.5 lakhs and were invited to Bangalore for the prize distribution and interaction to engage the college with its CEP (Continuous Engagement Program) on 7th and 8th of February respectively. They emerged as a winner of this international competition among with India’s other premier institutions like IISc Bangalore, IIM Indore, NIT Trichy, XLRI Jamshedpur, etc.

REEFians receiving the Earthian Award at the hands of Azim Premji at Banglore

3.Tide Turners challenge’21

United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) organized the challenge to reduce the single use plastics on our ocean, rivers, and lands with many organizations (CEE AND WWF). The competition REEF club took the challenge and participated actively. The club presented some innovative ideas, and many activities were done to make people aware about the single use plastics.

REEF club secured the position as, the champions of tide turner’s challenge.