State Times NewsUDHAMPUR: “The very survival and sustenance of mankind in the lap of mother nature is in tersely related to the our efforts in replenishing and conserving our natural resources” said Dr. Piyush Singla, District Development Commissioner , Udhampur while interacting with the students and faculty in the college conference hall on Friday. He planted a sapling of ‘Golden Cyperus ‘in the college Vatika to mark beginning of massive plantation drive by the students as a requirement under EVS Project. Singla appreciated the unique initiative of the college where each student will plant and take care of his / her tree to survival to get award in the project. A ‘pink toilet’ fitted with ‘Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine’ and Incinerator, for female staff and students of the college was also inaugurated. Lauding the initiatives of the college administration in providing modern infrastructure and facilities, he said that District Administration will also install such machines In all Govt. High and Hr. Secondary Schools of the District. To promote the revival of our healthy heritage activities, Green Kite Flying Competition was also kicked off by Dr.Singla in the college playground. He congratulated the principal and faculty for taking such kind of innovative initiatives for the holistic up keep of the college ambience for better delivery to the students. Earlier proceedings of the programme begin with formal welcome address by Dr.N.K Resutra, principal of the college .Dr.K.C.Sharma , a prominent surgeon of Udhampur town also interacted with students and quoted the references made to the conservation of trees in our scriptures like Vedas and upnishads. College senior faculty including Dr. Udhey Bhanu, Prof.Babu Lal Thakur, Prof.Romesh Kr.Atri, Prof.Suresh K.Dogra, Prof.Satish Kumar, Dr.Pankaj Sarsvat, Prof.Jawaid Sarver,Prof.Samosh Kumar , NCC Cadets and NSS volunteers attended the programme. Dr.Rippy Bawa and Prof. Kamaldeep Kaur anchored the proceedings of the programme.
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