Indore News : “We get oxygen from nature to survive, must plant a plant in return”
Publish Date: | Thu, Sep 02: 53 PM (IST)
Indore News : Indore (New World Representative).
We get oxygen and other components from nature which are essential for survival, so we should thank mother earth. It is our duty that in return we plant at least one tree and maintain sustainable development for the coming generations.
These things Prof. DK Panda says Under the National Service Scheme, a plantation drive was conducted in the Government School Panda. The program was inaugurated by Prof. DK Panda. The Principal of Government School Panda, Panch and Sarpanch of the village were present in the program. Pro. Panda directed the NSS volunteers of Indore to think differently and bring positive change for the society. He explained the importance of plants to the students. After the address of the guests, the cadet planted saplings. More than 100 NSS volunteers participated in this campaign and planted different types of saplings.
Now the NSS team will educate the villagers – Alumni and NSS volunteers also taught the children about discipline Learned to He also told about how life changes by staying in NSS. Those areas around the village have also been identified by the team where there is a need for cleaning, ponds or other works. After a few months, the NSS team will again go and meet the villagers and work to educate them. Under NSS, students have to do social work. Under this, everyone is going to the surrounding villages and conducting campaigns under social work. All NSS volunteers took a pledge for the betterment of the society and water conservation. The volunteers also held a parade at the end and raised slogans to save nature. Pro. Dilip Kumar Patnaik appreciated the NSS unit and the entire community of the village for their great contribution to the society.
Posted By: Hemraj Yadav