‘Trees are the kindest things we grow’ as they fulfill all our basic needs. But their depletion has become a serious problem So to make the students aware of this issue, Kalpa school celebrated Van Mahotsav on the 7th of July in its school premises. The assembly started with an insightful thought on the environment. Dr.G.Chandrasekhar Reddy, Chief Conservator of Forests, Forest Department, Telangana graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Mr. P.K.Sharma Retired Principal Chief Conservators of Forests was the Guest of Honour. The show commenced with a prayer followed by our Director Mrs. Kusum Gupta welcome address. Then, the children of the Pre-Primary and Primary enacted a skit signifying the importance of nature. After that, the head boy and head girl of the school delivered their speech to spread awareness to plant more trees. This was followed by a dance by the students of the senior school by the middle school children. The show concluded with a skit cum dance on a popular song welcoming the monsoon. The Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour delivered a speech about the usefulness of trees. Thus, the program evoked feelings of love for God’s beautiful creation and everyone at Kalpa renewed the pledge to protect the environment – plants, save the Earth for he who plants a tree, plants hope.
Erum FatimaClass X