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Environmental Education through Green-Club

S tudents are initially invited to help with our local environmental activities and those who are interested are then selected to enroll. The membership fee is 10 rupees, and they receive a  Green Club  note book. Objectives of the  Green Club Their objectives are: To create awareness of biodiversity conservation and local environmental issues among schoolchildren. To create a ‘clean and green consciousness’ among students through various innovative methods. To involve Green Club students in open-orientation programmes in schools and public areas. Phase 1: environmental awareness programmes One-day environmental education camp One-day environmental education camp (EEC) are exclusively for Green Club students. Once a Green Club is formed, all members are brought together to the Genetic Garden, and briefed with a short introduction about: the environment, an explanation of Green Club goals, a slide show on the vanishing forest, a video on “Green Health”, as well as an ov