Various activities were organised for classes VI to IX as a part of the Master trainer’s programme organised by Eco club, Delhi, Government of India to create awareness regarding ‘Wetlands Conservation and its Importance’

A wetland is a place where the land is covered by water. Marshes, ponds, the edge of a lake/ocean, the delta at the mouth of a river, low-lying areas that frequently flood — all of these are wetlands.Wetlands are called ‘Ramser sites’ as an international treaty for the conservation and sustainable use of wetlands was signed at Ramsar.There are 42 Ramsir sites in India

As a part of this activity, poster making competition for class VI, Slogan writing for Class VII , Paragraph writing for Class VIII   and Infographic Presentation for Class IX  was organised on the topic “Conservation of Wetlands”. Ms Neelam Ajwani conducted the activity as the Master Trainer under the guidance of Ms Niva Chhonkar,Head Biology Department.

The results of the activities are as follows:

S.NoCompetition FirstSecondThird
1Poster MakingAniket Sen VI EDevyaangi Lal VI KSuhani Gupta VIDVani Menon VIHAaira Talikoti VIE
2Slogan WritingAairah Sultan VII AReyansh Wadhwa VII JShivansh Gupta VII J  Naisha Bhalla VII D
3Paragraph WritingAnika Goel VIIICSwadha Singh VIII ERishita Kapur VIII E
4InfographicsAbhinav Dixit  IX A Aanya Yaduvanshi IX LAaryaman Roop IX M

Prize winning entries:

  1. Poster making


    2.Slogan writing competition

  3. Infographics Presentation on Importance of wetlands