Tree plantation, adoption drive at AS College
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 5: As part of its endeavour to protect environment, the staff and students of Amar Singh College organised a series of plantation and tree adoption drives in the past few days.
On the occasion, the students resolved to spread awareness among people about of adoption of trees to bring down the mortality rate among plants. The event was organised by Programme Officers of NSS, Prof Abida Rouf Parveen and Dr Hamidullah.
“We want to ensure the saplings are not only planted but protected till their growth as trees. By plantation drives we aim to improve the environment in the college and inculcate sense of environmental awareness among the students,” said Prof Abida Rauf Parveen.
The Principal, Dr Tariq Ahmad Kawoos distributed 2000 saplings among 26 departments of the College.
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