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St Ann’s College celebrates World Environment Day

Published On : 11 Jun 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: World Environment Day was celebrated at St Ann’s College of Education.

The programme began with an invocation and prayer service asking God to bless all those who are working and striving for creating environmental awareness among all of us. Principal Dr Sr Clare symbolically sowed the seeds with the message that highlighted that we need to nurture and care for our mother earth. The song ‘Vanasiri prakrithiya varadhana’ was sung to depict the beauty and splendor of nature.

The dance on protecting environment depicted the need for preserving the natural resources and growing trees.

The significance of the day was given highlighting the theme for the year ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’.

Principal Dr Sr Clare in her address to the staff and students emphasized the need for protecting environment and to start the process of preserving environment at the individual level in order to contribute towards Swacch Bharat Abhiyan. Sr Zeena, lecturer, co-ordinated and. Thasmine, BEd student, compered the programme.

All the staff and students were present.







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