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Tree Plantation Programme held at St Philomena College Puttur

Published On : 10 Jul 2016   |  Reported By : Prof.Dinakara Rao


Puttur: NCC unit and NSS unit of St Philomena College Puttur jointly organized Tree Plantation programme on the College campus on July 9, 2016.

The Campus Director Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro participated in the programme and said, ‘Tree plantation can reduce global warming which is the main reason of climate change. The observance of Vanamahotsava, should not be limited to planting seedlings, but should include the protection and making the trees grow.’

The Principal Prof. Leo Noronha complimented the NCC unit and NSS unit for organizing the programme and said, ‘Protection of environment with the help of Tree Plantation is need of the hour.’

The Principal of St Philomena PU College Rev. Fr Vijay Lobo graced the occasion. The convenor of Press and Publicity Committee Prof. Dinakara Rao was present on this occasion.

The formal programme was followed by the planting of saplings of different species around the college premises by the members of NCC unit and NSS unit.

NSS officer Prof. Radhakrishna Gowda welcomed the gathering. NSS officer Prof. Geetha Poornima K proposed the vote of thanks. NCC officer Lt. Johnson David Sequeira coordinated the programme.

 







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