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DAV PUBLIC SCHOOL, LUKHI
T - Plot Khera Farrn, Near Gurudwara, V.P.O. - Lukhi, Kurukshetra, Haryana
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“PARYAVARAN CHETNA”- the ECO CLUB

Environment at DAV High School, Lukhi is more than an issue, it is a passion. All the teachers and students are from class III to X are the member of our ECO club. The EMC system is a part of the overall management system that includes structure, activities, responsibilities, procedure, processes and resource for developing, implementing, achieving.

We train the students to be conscious about the environment for which we have Environment Protection Brigade- the members of Paryavaran Chetna- the Eco Club of DAV Lukhi.

The motive of this club is to spread awareness about the environment related issues at all levels.   

Some of the Green initiatives taken up by our Eco club in the year 2014-2020 are listed below.

1.   Nature trail for students

2.   Paryavaran Chetna

3.   Eco Meet- A Training Program

4.   Nature trail for teachers

5.   Earth Hour’ campaign

6.   Green Gold- An Environment Awareness Programme

7.   Adventure trip for students

8.   Induction Ceremony

9.   Participation of students in various inter school competitions.

10.Nature Trail for students

11.Training Program for Eco Club Teachers of Attached School on E-Waste Management        

Nature Trail for Students

In February 2015, students of ECO club were taken on nature trail to chhattbir zoo Zirakpur. The students learned many facts about the varies flora and fauna found there. Most of the students were interested to see sloth bear, because they had read about it in class IX English book.

INDUCTION CEREMONY OF ECO CLUB

Induction ceremony of Paryavaran Chetna for the year 2014-15 was held on December 2014. Chairman Butta Singh was invited as the Chief Guest. A report of the activities of the club in the year. A Nukkad Natak on Mera Shehr Saf Ho Usma Mera Bhi Hath Ho was presented by class IX students of Eco club showcasing the needs of cleanliness, harmful effects and remedial measures to make the clean and Green India shaani Mahielaborated the topic ‘ECO FRIENDLY ANCIENT INDIA PRACTICES’ through power point presentation Kulwinder class IX recited a poem describing the importance of clean environment. Members took the Eco Pledge and were than decorated with the badges by the guests and the principal of our school, Mr. Gajender Sharma. The chief guest Chairman Butta Singh addressed the students in which he guided and motivated them towards the betterment of environment.

Paryavarn Sanrakshan- A Social Project

A program called ‘Paryavaran Sanrakshan’ was organized in the premises of school. A short play- Gandgi hatao paryavaran bachao produced by us was presented by students of class VIII & IX. A street play- Nadi Bahaye Neer, show casting the causes and effect of water pollution was presented by students of class IX.

Eco Meet- A Training Program

“PARYAVARAN CHETNA”- the ECO club of the school organizing a Training Programme for teachers in which all the teachers of our school and Ten teachers of other school participated. This included a presentation on disaster management during earthquake.

The students of class VII gave a demonstration of First Aid measures to be undertaken during an emergency. Members of Paryavaran Chetna- Eco club presented a play-“ Jal Hai Toh Kal Hai” stressing on the need to save water. A fire safety drill was organized in which the invited teachers actively participated. The invited teachers were then taken on a tour of school sites showcasing Eco-Friendly initiatives such as ‘Roli Poli’ to convert plant waste into compost, Rain Water Harvesting Unit, solar water heaters, exhaust fans run by wind energy and herbal garden. The aim of the programme was to train and encourage the invited teacher to undertake similar Eco-Friendly initiatives in their respective schools.

Earth Hour’ Campaign

A signature campaign was held to observe ‘Earth Hour’ in May, 2015 in which students and teaching as well as non-teaching members participated and vowed to switch off non- essential lights in their home for one hour 2015.