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This year the theme of Earth Day was ‘Invest in our Planet’ which focusses on making changes – the business climate, the political climate, and how we take steps in this direction. Our school focused on this aspect and planned activities for creating awareness through an interactive guest lecture as well as a Poster competition for classes 1 to 12.

The day started with a beautiful assembly session where students were reminded of simple efforts towards safe earth. The whole school, whether it was the students, support staff, teachers, guards, admin staff or helpers took part in this endeavor and initiative. Each one of them took a pledge to save Mother Earth by doing simple doable actions. Our continuing effort in our daily life will make this beautiful planet thrive.

The school had invited Dr Arun Deep Ahluwalia, a noted, dignified personality, an Environment and Geoscience Outreach activist, popular speaker on Earth, Environmental Sciences and Disaster Management. He has been a visiting scholar at Geological Institute ETH Zurich, Switzerland and University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Not only this he has many remarkable achievements and contributions to this field in his illustrious career. The programme commenced around 9.00am on April 22, 2022, with the presence of our respected principal ma’am, Mrs. Yasmin Kaur, Mr. Dnyaneshwar Shinde, Vice Principal, coordinator ma’am, Mrs. Anuradha Mudgal, teachers and students to join the celebrations of Earth Day. It was followed by a welcome address to honor the guest speaker.

Our Chief guest of the day, Dr Ahluwalia enlightened us with his interactive session on the topic ‘Building a great nation: Creating Citizen Scientists enjoying beauty, grandeur & thrills of Indian Landscape.’ He interacted with the students and gave us some life-changing lessons to save Mother Earth. This programme successfully came to an end around 9.45am. It was indeed a thought provoking and relatable session.

Later, a Poster competition was organized to mark the Earth Day celebrations, The school organized an offline poster-making competition for its students. The aim of the competition was to pay tribute to the mother Earth and sensitize students about climate change and global warming. Our principal appreciated the efforts of the students and encouraged them to continue taking steps towards saving the planet. Students from classes 1 to 12 actively participated in the poster competition and made beautiful, creative, and thought-provoking posters on the topic.