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DPS Bokaro celebrates Earth Day: Students take pledge to keep Mother Earth Green

Bokaro: In the drive for a healthy environment and sustainable development, DPS Bokaro observed Earth Day on Monday with a series of several environmental awareness activities. These activities not only created an impeccable impression on the young minds but also influenced them to be the change-makers of tomorrow. The specially designed badge by Arijit Anukul (Class XII) was worn by the entire school family which promoted the theme ‘Planet vs Plastic’.

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The activities were curated, keeping in mind this year’s theme ‘Planet vs Plastic’. It started off with the Earth Day pledge to protect the planet followed by a musical presentation ‘Chalo lete hain kasam…’. Shanvi Srinidhi of Class I mesmerised the audience with her enlightening words evoking concern to save the planet. An impressive ‘nukkad natak’ on the theme ‘Save Earth, Save Life’ was presented by the students of Classes IV and V which made an everlasting impact on the audience.

The plantation drive was an integral part of the programme under the ‘Go Green Campaign’ of DPS Bokaro, where students celebrating birthdays today planted saplings on the school campus. Students made impressive posters, paintings, art and craft objects and designed slogans highlighting the message to save the earth.  Specially designed activities like ‘getting creative with plastics’ and ‘seedball making project’ were conducted to inculcate among children the need for plastic waste management.

Principal, Dr. A. S. Gangwar stated “securing Earth’s future is relevant to the social, economic and environmental well-being of people. The time has come when the entire world should come together and save ‘Mother Earth’ by fighting against pollution and keeping the planet green and beautiful.” He also stated that DPS Bokaro is a plastic-free zone and an eco-friendly school emphasizing that schools can play a crucial role in the ‘Save Earth Mission’ that aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040.

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