Instilling a Love for Nature In Future Generations.

June 7, 2024

World Environment Day was celebrated on June 5, 2024 at Nazareth School Banakal, with a sapling planting event to symbolize care for the earth. The chief guest, B. S. Jayaram Gowda, president of the State Farmers Association, delivered a speech highlighting the importance of environmental conservation from a young age.

He encouraged students to plant and nurture at least one sapling, emphasizing that protecting and improving our deteriorating environment is everyone’s responsibility. He also reminded students that maintaining a clean school environment is their duty and urged them to foster a love for nature. The event featured a short play and dance performance by the students, promoting environmental awareness.

 

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