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World Environment Day Celebration at Asian School of Business

India observes World environment day on 05th June every year to raise an awareness about preserving its forests and inculcating the habit of planting trees in today’s generation.
The “World Environment Day”, a magnificent attempt to preserve the environment, is very important to us. Native trees are frequently planted due to their ease of adaptation to local conditions, ability to fit into eco-systems, and high rate of survival.

With the aid of saplings donated by state governments and civic organizations, educational institutions like schools, colleges, and NGOs can plant trees.

Taking forward the initiative, Asian School of Business organised a plantation drive on 8th June,2023 at the college campus itself.

An additional drive was initiated on the college ground, where each faculty and staff member brought a plant and planted it in the college campus, thus enhancing the significance of initiative.

At the event, students were provided with lot of useful knowledge about the environment issues and also briefed with the measures so as to value the fact that the earth is one irreplaceable planet to be cherished and protected by all. Students were also told that it is our duty to reduce any hazardous exposure to the environment so that the air, water, and soil become cleaner and be a safer place for all of us to live.

At the conclusion, the professors and students made a commitment to plant as many trees as they could to improve our quality of life, and also that of our future generation.

It is crucial to begin educating students about the environmental problems of the planet and the actions we could take to mitigate pollution and make it sustainable. The plantation campaign helped our students realise the value of planting trees and inspired them to take care of the environment. As planting a tree entails caring for it and maintaining it, it was a really influential event for our students who have since begun incorporating what they learned about the environment in their daily lives.