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"In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks."

Little Greens Club was inaugurated on 26.01.2008 in collaboration with the National Green Corps movement initiated nationwide by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. The student members and teachers of the Little Greens Club work towards environmental conservation for a more secure and sustainable planet. The club exposes our students to an in-depth field experience and provides opportunities to convert their ideas into creative action.  The Little Greens Club is also active in conducting Talks, Rallies, promote environmental awareness among the general public.

Aims and Objectives of Little Greens Club:

To awaken the interest of the students regarding the environment. To develop in the students a respect for the environment. To help students learn the importance of living things and to inculcate the feeling of sympathy towards all creatures. To encourage students to perform those activities which are helpful for maintaining ecological balance. To teach students how to conserve our natural resources like coal, water etc. To motivate students to constantly think of protecting our natural environment in their day- to -day lives. To make environmental education more meaningful and activity-oriented.

Activities planned by LITTLE GREENS CLUB for the academic year 2018-19 :

Date of conduct of the Event Event Activities planned
16.07.18 Vanamahotsava
    Developing medicinal plants in pots. Plantation of saplings in empty tender coconuts. Developing floral garden. Preparation of coco-peat. Poster painting competition.
12.09.18 Vinayaka chavithi  Vegetable or fruit carving competition on the topic 'My Eco-Ganesha'.


World Ozone Day
     Slogan writing, Poster painting & Elocution competitions will be conducted. Relevent material to be displayed on the display boards.   
6.11.18 Diwali
     Making candles using aluminium sheet and wax. Decorating clay diyas and selling them, raising funds for Vatsalya Club to purchase food for rehabilitation centre for AIDS day.