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BYJU’S Spread Environmental Awareness on World Environment Day at Sri Champakadhama Government School

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● BYJU’S volunteers and Hulimavu Kere Tharanga organization conducted an interactive session on environmental awareness and waste segregation.

● The main aim was to empower the children with knowledge and instill a sense of responsibility towards the environment. 

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], June 9: In celebration of World Environment Day, major Ed-Tech brand BYJU’S joined hands with the Hulimavu Kere Tharanga organization to conduct an interactive session on environmental awareness and waste segregation at Sri Champakadhama Government School in Bannerghatta.

The brand understands that World Environment Day is of utmost importance as it serves as a global platform to raise awareness and promote action for environmental protection. It reminds us of our responsibility to preserve and sustainably manage our planet’s resources.

By conducting an event like that, the volunteers empowered children with knowledge and instilled a sense of responsibility towards the environment. The volunteers organized various activities, including compost-making and a planting session, to engage the students in hands-on learning experiences.

The two-hour interactive session commenced with a presentation on composting and waste management. The volunteers explained the importance of waste segregation and the positive impact it can have on the environment. Using visual composting materials, they demonstrated how to set up a composting system, encouraging the students to actively participate and learn firsthand. Through engaging discussions and interactive activities, the students gained valuable insights into sustainable waste management practices.

Following the informative session on composting, the volunteers shifted the focus toward the importance of planting trees. They emphasized the crucial role that plants play in maintaining a healthy environment by providing oxygen, reducing carbon dioxide, and supporting biodiversity. The students actively participated in the planting activity, where they were assigned responsibility for nurturing the plants and ensuring their growth.

The visit to Sri Champakadhama Government School on World Environment Day, part of BYJU’S Education for All, was a resounding success. The main aim of BYJU’S EFA is to empower 10 million children by 2025 with education. By conducting interactive sessions and workshops like this, BYJU’S volunteers aim to raise awareness and inspire the students to take proactive steps in safeguarding the planet. Through their efforts, the volunteers hope to contribute to a brighter and greener future for all.

Sharing their thoughts on the event, Sriram, Assistant Manager, “It was heartwarming to see the students’ enthusiasm and eagerness to learn. By educating them about composting and waste segregation, we hope to empower them to make responsible choices for a cleaner and greener future. It’s crucial to instill these values at a young age, and World Environment Day provided the perfect platform to do so.”

Sharing their thoughts on the event, Lahari Rao, Operations Associate, “Witnessing the students’ passion for planting and their eagerness to understand the impact of trees on the environment was truly inspiring. We believe that nurturing this love for nature will lead to a generation of environmentally conscious individuals who will strive to protect our planet,” she said.

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