Organized planting event: The Tribune India
Jalandhar: A tree planting event was organized by the GNDU Regional Campus, Jalandhar, as part of Van Mahotsav 2022. The students under the leadership of Dr. Jyoteesh Malhotra, Associate Dean, and Dr. Manjit Singh, Head of NSS Campus, planted a number of tree samples. spread the environmental awareness message to young people. Tree planting is important to overcome the problem of increasing pollution. The event was hosted by Student Coordinators Disha Sharma and Vishal Badhan and honored by Dr. Deep Kamal Kaur Randhawa, Dr. Nirmala Devi, Dr. Inderpreet Kaur, Dr. Butta Singh, Dr. Mona Goel, Dr. Varinder Singh, Dr. Vanita Khanna, Dr. Komal Mehta, Dr. Neetika Soni, Dr. Sheetal Kalra, Dr. Himali, Dr. Vinit Grewal, Dr. Harmandar Kaur and Dr. Varinder Attri.
DAV student selected for Olympiad
DAV Public School Police Class XI student Abhijay Singh Khehra has been selected to represent India at the 15th International Earth Science Olympiad 2022, hosted by Aosta Valley, Italy, where around 48 countries will participate. Abhijay is the only student selected so far from Punjab who will represent the Indian team. Principal Rashmi Vij praised Abhijay for his outstanding achievement. The event will take place online from August 25-31. Abhijay and his team will be working from Bengaluru on various field projects and surveys like Data Mining, National Team Field Survey, Earth Systems Project, etc.
Student council formed
The Innocent Hearts Student Council (Green Model Town, Loharan, Cantt-Jandiala Road, Kapurthala Road and Royal World branches) was formed. At the Green Model Town campus, Ketan Sodhi was made Head Boy and Priyanshi was sworn in as Head Girl. In the Loharan branch, Babanjot Singh was sworn in as Head Boy and Drishti Arora as Head Girl. In the Cantt-Jandiala Road branch, the position of Head Boy went to Sardined Dadra while Gunika was selected as Head Girl. At the Royal World School, Sukhpreet became Head Boy and Amolpreet Head Girl. While at the Kapurthala Road campus, Gaurav Aggarwal was announced as Head Boy and Harshita as Head Girl. The captains and vice-captains of the four houses and the prefects were also announced. Selected students were honored by adorning sashes and pinning badges. The student council administered the oath of office to fulfill its duties. The principals of the respective schools approached the heads of their schools, telling them of their responsibilities. They told them to be role models for other students. Innocent Hearts Group Chairman Anup Bowry congratulated the officers and encouraged them to perform their duties with great spirit.
Van Mahotsav week organized
A Van Mahotsav week was organized at Dips School, Surranussi, to raise students’ awareness of nature. Various programs were organized on this occasion. The students conveyed the message of the importance of trees in life and forest conservation through drama. The student danced to the songs ‘Na katho mujhe…’ and told about the pain of the trees. Children say that plants are also like human beings, they also feel sad and wither when they are hurt. After the program, the children planted saplings together in the school garden and made a vow to always take care of them. The teachers explained to the children that due to the increase in pollution, many new diseases are increasing in the world every day. The main reason for this pollution is the lack of trees on the earth and the increase in the number of vehicles on the roads. Every person should plant at least five trees in their life and take care of them throughout their life. The principal of the school, Bela Kapoor, said that at present, the environmental balance is deteriorating, in such a situation, it is very important to inform the students. The danger of global warming is looming everywhere in the world, if we are not vigilant today, future generations will not forgive us.