Paryavaran prayogshala in primary Secondary school
According to the proposal made from the single file of the office of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, the celebration of the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi will come to an end on 2nd October. At the same time, in the second phase of Swachh Bharat Mission started by Hon’ble Prime Minister, a campaign has been launched to build a “single use plastic free” society.
At such a time, it seems necessary to implement a new project at the school level to cultivate the environmentalist ideas of Pujya Bapu and to create environmental awareness among the students studying in the schools through education. The state has a computer laboratory for commuter education and a STEM Lab for science-mathematics education.
Similarly, the matter of starting “Environmental Experiment Schools” in all primary and secondary schools in the state was under active consideration of the Government. Resolves; The celebration of the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhiji will come to an end on October 2 at the end of adult thinking.
At the same time, in the second phase of the Swachh Bharat Mission launched by the Prime Minister, a campaign has been launched to build a “single use plastic free” society. At such a time to inculcate the environmentalist ideas of Pujya Bapu and to create an environmental awareness program among the students studying in the schools through education, to implement an innovative project at the school level in all the primary and secondary schools in the state.
In the same way that the state has a commuter laboratory for computer education and a laboratory for science-mathematics education (STEM Lab), it has become imperative to provide environment laboratory facilities for environmental education so that students can understand the environment more effectively. Eco Clubs are currently being set up in all the schools in the state to accelerate environmental activities.
There is a need to start ‘Environment Labs’ in every school to make the Eco Club more effective, speed up its activities and encourage environmental education. Seems to be.
Most of the students studying in the state schools come from families associated with the dairy and animal husbandry sector besides agriculture and in the future they are likely to make a living by contributing to the sector. Only then will it be possible. Therefore, if these students become familiar with Organic and Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) and they learn about high quality farming while preserving the environment, it will also be a priority in the environmental laboratory.
Understanding the importance of Organic and Zero Budget Niti Farming (ZBNF) (agricultural concept) will make students aware of the adverse effects of chemical fertilizers and pesticides on the environment and avoid their future use and inspire others.
To make all these things fruitful in schools, cultivation of seedlings and horticultural crops in schools, drip irrigation, rainwater harvesting, making and use of organic manure, kitchen garden, terrace garden, rooftop farming, herbal farming, single use water, It is very important that projects like Water Conservation and Hydroponics be set up on a small scale at the school level. In primary and secondary education, various environmental projects are suggested in environment, science, social sciences and other subjects. It is very important to provide an environment that can be done in the school itself.
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