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In Pics: Schools Across India Planted Saplings For A Greener Future

  • Seen here are students of Pathways School of Gurgaon participating in the plantation drive conducted by School as part of the Behtar India campaign.
  • A group of 24 students from the Welhams Boys' School Dehradun school participated in the plantation drive for the Behtar India Campaign at Himalayan Environmental Studies and Conservation (HESCO) in village Shuklapur, Dehradun.
  • Students along with staff members of BGS National Public School planted saplings in the surrounding, in an effort to make India a greener place to stay.
  • As part of the plantation drive, the students of Mount Shivalika School planted sapling in the school premises.
  • Students of Welham Boys' School planted a total of 250 saplings as part of the third and last stage of the campaign named Behtar Vatavaran (Environment). The focus of this leg is to sensitise the masses about the need to protect the environment.
  • As part of the Behtar India campaign, the students of L.R.S.D.A.V Sr Secondary Model School, Abohar, Punjab, conducted a tree plantation drive and raised awareness among the people to plant more trees for a greener tomorrow.
  • As part of the Behtar India campaign, the principal of Farooq High School For Girls conducted a tree plantation drive for two days, and urged all the students to plant more for a greener tomorrow.
  • Seen here are students of Ryan International School participating in the plantation drive "Harit Vasundhara" conducted by School as part of the Behtar India campaign.
  • Around 43 students along with staff members of Vidya Vikas Academy, Goa, planted saplings on a barren area designated by forest officials at Balli, Goa.
  • As part of the plantation drive, the students of Ryan International School were sent to a nearby Resident welfare Association to sensitise people about making India a greener place to stay. Notably, the school planted a total of 2247 saplings last year.

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