The Zephyr committee of Lokmanya Tilak College of Engineering (LTCE), Navi Mumbai, decided to Go Green this year. As part of the cultural fest, LTCE organised an event called Greenathon on 27th February in which 100 saplings were planted along the Kopar Khairane creek. The college not only planted the saplings, but also convinced the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) to water these plants thrice a week. Seventy students, along with LTCE principal Dr. Vivek Sunnapawar and Zephyr ‘10 in-charge Jayesh Dange and the deans and staff were present for this event. The festival was held from 4th to 7th March and was inaugurated by the Chairman of the college, Mr. Satish Chaturvedi, ex-minister of Maharashtra for Self-employment and Textiles; chief guest Devasish Sharma, the deputy resident commissioner of Assam Bhawan, Vashi; and Satish Tripathi, ex-IAS and advisor of LTCE. Over the three days, the college witnessed many events including singing, stand-up comedy, solo dance, quizzes, fashion show, debate, extempore, Bakasur, war of the bands, fret master (guitar playing competition), skit and drama, mix n match, group dance, M ‘n M (Mr. and Miss Zephyr), LAN gaming, darting, nail art, pot painting, charcoal, snap hunt, rangoli etc. A performance by the band ‘Moksha’ was held on 5th March, and the group dance and fashion show took place on 6th March.