Pollution remains a major problem and poses continuing risks to health. The problems are undoubtedly greatest in the developing world, where traditional sources of pollution such as industrial emissions, poor sanitation, inadequate waste management, contaminated water supplies and exposures to indoor air pollution from biomass fuels, fossil fuels affect large numbers of people.
Fossil fuels — coal, petroleum, and natural gas —our main sources of energy, produce the vast majority of fuel, electricity, and heat used by people across the globe. Unfortunately fossil fuels are also the primary culprit.
The aim of the quiz was to create awareness towards environment conservation by conserving fuel so that the students take proactive and preventive measures to curb pollution.
The Quiz comprised of selected questions from the topics like Global Warming, energy sources, energy conservation, Fuel conservation techniques, effects of air pollution and environmental facts based on flora and fauna of India.
The Online Quiz was open to all the students of Classes VI to XI. They could access bit.ly/dpsenvquiz by using their school id between 8 pm to 9pm on February 1, 2016.
The qualifying marks for the quiz were 40%. The marks scored and correct answers were also mailed to the students. The names of the 18 students scoring 75% and above are given below:
|2||2||Saicharan Ritwik Chinni||8||Hfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|14||8||Jasrine Kaur Dham||11||Wemail@example.com|
The students were very enthusiastic about the quiz and appreciated a lot. They look forward to participate in more environment quizzes.The Coordinators of the Quiz were Mr Mukesh Kumar, Head, Computer Sciences and Ms Niva Chhonkar, Environment Club Incharge.