Van Mahotsav was celebrated at MIT VGS Barshi from the 4th to the 6th July 2023. This movement was initiated in 1950 by the Indian Union Minister for Agriculture, Dr. K. M. Munshi. The celebration of Van Mahotsav is an ideal opportunity to instill personal and social responsibilities in the students towards safeguarding trees and forests. The focus of this celebration is on forming an emotional connection between students and trees through a process, experience, reflection, and creation The activities were conducted with zest and zeal. The students pledged to plant more trees for a better tomorrow. The curiosity to learn and the will to create a change were seen in the efforts of the students. For grades I – II Fancy Dress Activity based on ‘Save Trees’ was organised to sensitise them to understanding the importance of trees, for the students of grades III-IV Placard Making Activity was conducted which showcased their creativity, thoughts, concern, and feelings about living green and saving trees. The students of grades V and VI composed slogans on ‘Green Earth, Clean Earth’. For grades VII and VIII, the rally was conducted based on the theme ‘To protect trees and the environment’. All grade I to X students enthusiastically participated in the ‘Tree Plantation’ drive. Students planted a variety of saplings, gathered information, and learned about their vital role in the environment. It is a great initiative to create a sustainable future for generations to come.
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