Tree Talk held at Islamia College
Srinagar, July 10: Department of Botany, Islamia College of Science and Commerce organized has organized a tree talk.
An ICSC communiqué said OP Sharma, Chief Conservator Forests, discussed in detail the significance of trees and forests.
Large number of students participated and interacted in the tree talk. The principal of the college, Prof. Mohammad Saleem Khan and Town Planner Shafat Ahmed were also present on the occasion.
The participants who spoke on the occasion include Nazir Benazir, member Forest Advisory Committee, Dr Showket Yousuf Beigh, Dr Khursheed Ahmed, and Dr A. M. Kak.
Among the other noted participants were Prof. AR Dar, Dr. Sheikh Javaid, Dr Gowher Ayub and Dr Sabina.
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