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Snake awareness programme by Eco Club at St Philomena P.U. College

Published On : 02 Jul 2019   |  Reported By : Prof Dinakara Rao


Eco Club of St Philomena P.U.College organized a programme on 'We and Snakes' on 28-06-2019 at audio visual room.

The Principal ,Rev Fr Vijay Lobo in his presidential remarks said that we should love nature and creatures.Snakes are not dangerous. They don't harm us until we harm them. He encouraged students to respect animals and protect our environment.

The Resource person,Mr Xavier Kiran Pinto said that trees are very essential so we should avoid deforestation. He encouraged students to plant saplings and protect them.He enlightened students about varieties of snakes and its activities. He also explained various parts of the snakes.

Mr Thejas was present on the occasion.

Mrs Kavitha K (Dept of Biology)and Mrs Shilpa Emila Rodrigues (Dept of Mathematics) coordinated the programme.

Sudhanva (II PCMB'D') Compered and welcomed the gathering. K Punith, President of Eco Club proposed Vote of thanks.







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