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JAMMU: To keep the spirit of Independence Day alive, Delhi Public School (DPS) Nagbani, on Wednesday announced the commencement of Independence Day celebrations for a week.
Independence has always been a day of great pride which our freedom fighters have given us by scarifying their lives.
This year the school has planned to celebrate Independence Day with weeklong activities in a very unique way.
These days global warming is one of the most burning issue and everyone is trying his/her level best to sort out this problem.
Celebrating ‘Independence Day’ week is the perfect time to do something for the environment and for the surroundings by planting trees.
Today a special assembly was organised on the theme ‘Go Green’ in which the students were told about the benefits of trees and how they can also contribute to keep this environment alive.
This initiative is all about helping to create a campus with culture of conservation as it is not enough to prepare the students for the future; we have to prepare the future for them also.
The Principal of the School, R. K Verma said that only making the inside of our houses beautiful is not enough. We have to join hands to make our area clean and green by taking utmost care of our environment. By celebrating this ‘Independence Day’ week with different activities related to environment, schools across the country can also have a profound impact both by saving precious resources and by teaching students how to save environment for lifetime.
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