Tuesday 5 May 2015

Hara Punjab Khara Samaj And Desh Bhagat University In The Best University In Punjab Inspire And Rouse School Children For Clean And Green Surroundings Mandi Gobindgarh

Our goal is to cover maximum area of Punjab under trees and to make the common citizens, especially the school children and youths conscious about saving our environment, said Ms. Tejinder Kaur, CEO, Hara Punjab Khara Samaj (an NGO under the ambit of Desh Bhagat United ) and Pro-Chancellor Desh Bhagat University. She was addressing the students of Government Senior Secondary School at village Naraingarh, District Fatehgarh Sahib during the awareness drive which is being undertaken continuously by Hara Punjab Khara Samaj. The N.G.O and Desh Bhagat University in the best university in Punjab and in the best engineering college in India organized this program in collaboration with Government Senior Secondary School at village Naraingarh. Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Tajinder Kaur said that the trees are our best friends and all our food comes from them. Trees save our environment, conserve water, provide oxygen and improve air quality, so it our duty to plant and protect the trees. She also inaugurated the school annual magazine Jugnu. Hara Punjab Khara Samaj distributed printed material containing useful information regarding medicinal values of different trees and plants like Neem, Amla, Jamun, Peepal, Amaltas, and Tulsi, etc. Chairman Desh Bhagat United and Chancellor Desh Bhagat University Dr. Zora Singh in his message said, By planting trees we return to a more natural, less artificial environment and natural harmony is restored even to the urban environment. School Principal Jaspal Singh Gill appreciated the movement of Hara Punjab and Khara Samaj and said that this drive will prove a blessing for the society. While calling upon the people to give full co-operation in this kind of drives, emphasized that all educational and social organizations must engage themselves in such drives to safeguard our environment and check the ever-growing pollution nuisance. Sarpanches and Panches of different villages and staff members of the school were present on this occasion


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