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‘Reclaim Your Garden city’, an Eco-centric Initiative by the Green Warriors of Jain (Deemed-to-be University)

Student nature walk atLalbagh educates nearly 1 lakh people about environmental conservation ** As a part of the event, 7000 medicinal saplings were distributed to the public and the students performed an eye-opening street play to ensure the need for ecology conservation. The students actively participated in engaging around 1 lakh public through nature walk
Bengaluru | Written by: BNN Team | Updated: 12-08-2019 | Views: 117
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The students of Jain (Deemed-to-be University) in association with Human Networking Academy initiated a nature walk on consideration of the city’s eco-system, at Lalbagh, Bangalore. The Honorable Member of Parliament, Bangalore South Constituency, Tejasvi Surya, Dr. B. T. Vasu, Director, School of Commerce and dignitaries of Jain (Deemed-to-be University), Directors of BBMP (Bruhat Bengaluru MahanagaraPalike), Directors of Horticulture Department and public gathered for the iconic flower show, graced the occasion by encouraging the students and addressing the public about the ecological conservation in a city like Bangalore.


Bangalore has being a home for several beautiful lakes and lush green gardens, clads the city under canopy of huge trees. The city is now a far cry from the ‘Garden City’. The chief guest, Tejasvi Suryainsisted on every individual’s contribution towards conserving the trees to combat man-made disasters. He also encouraged the students to become entrepreneurs in the sectors like eco-tourism, ecological conservation, and eco-technology, which is going to be the next future. 
 

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