STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Delhi Public School, Jammu organized Seed Ball activity in the school campus. Students participated with great enthusiasm and fervour in making seed balls. Beginning with the activity the seeds were given proper treatment. Fertilisers and fungicides were well mixed with the clayey soil needed for this activity so that the motive of planting seeds would be fruitful. Its aim was to replant areas where the natural flora has been destroyed. The purpose of seed activity was to make it easy to plant seeds without tilling the ground. The activity was performed by the students of Classes VII and VIII under the supervision of Science teachers. The students were divided into groups and each student made five seed balls. One student from each group also presented the views on the importance of making seed balls and they also highlighted the importance of making environment green. The area selected for planting seed balls was Nagbani and adjacent areas. The students were very excited and happy in throwing seed balls. The teachers also participated in planting the seeds. The activity was done under the guidance and expert supervision of senior Horticulturist and Plantation Advisor to DPS Jammu, B.S Jamwal. Principal DPS Jammu, Ruchi Chabra appreciated the teachers and students and exhorted everyone to continue with such efforts for making the environment clean & green. Headmistress, Meenu Gupta interacted with the students, encouraged and appreciated the students for their active participation and also presented her views in making the environment clean and green. President RCT, Ajatshatru Singh, Pro Vice Chairperson, Ritu Singh and Director, S.S Sodhi extended their best wishes to the staff and students on the occasion.
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