Mangaluru: World Environment Day celebrated at Carmel School

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Mangaluru, Jun 7: Carmel School celebrates World Environment Day on June 5 to encourage global awareness for the protection of the environment.

The occasion was graced by Dr Sr Prem - the administrator, Sr Lilly Pushpa - the principal, Sr Premal AC - vice principal and Sr Shanthi Laveena – the coordinator.

The programme commenced by invoking the divine blessings on the mother nature. The students of grade 9 B under the guidance of Zeena Menezes highlighted that provision of environmental education creates greater awareness in individuals and communities with respect to putting environmental resources to use even while conserving them through a dance drama and other stage programmes.

Sr Premal in her address to the students of grades 6-10 spoke of her life experiences and shared insights on how one could contribute to make the environment a better place to live in. She spotlighted on the importance of conserving nature for a better future.

Sr Shanthi Laveena in her message to the students of grades 1-5 reiterated the principle of reducing waste, reusing and recycling resources and products often called the 3R’ s and aptly supported by two short video clips on the conservation of Mother Earth and 'Solutions to Plastic Pollution'. To mark the significance of the day saplings were planted by Dr Sr Prem D'Souza - the administrator, Sr Lilly Pushpa – the pincipal, Sr Premal, Sr Shanthi Laveena, staff and student representatives.

The programme was compered by Nafisa Haifa, Anusha Souza and Fathima Mehek. Tvisha M S welcomed the gathering and Aaditri H Bekal proposed the vote of thanks – All of grade 9 B.




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