Haritha Haram program at Future School– 11th JULY 2016
Post date: 15-Jul-2016 06:20:43
Haritha Haram is a Telangana government’s flagship programme that envisages increasing the forest cover in the state. The primary objective of the programme is to increase the approach to rejuvenating degraded forests, ensuring more effective protection of forests against smuggling, encroachment, fire, grazing and intensive soil and moisture conservation measures following the watershed approach.
In the areas outside the notified forest, massive planting activities will be taken up in areas such as; road-side avenues, river and canal bank, barren hill, tank bunds and foreshore areas, institutional premises, religious places, housing colonies, community lands, municipalities, industrial parks, etc.
The programme aims to plant 230 crore seedlings in the State during the next three years. Out of this, 130 crore seedlings are proposed to be planted outside the notified forest areas. It has also proposed to plant, and rejuvenate the viable root-stock to achieve 100 crore plants inside the forest areas by way of intensive protection of the forests.
Telangana Government’s flagship programme, Haritha Haram will be successful only when students work as soldiers and teachers enlighten them on the need of improving green environment. It was observed in Future School on 11th July 2016.
On the event of this programme in our school we have conducted Various competitions like drawing, singing, role-play, essay writing, poetry and elocution. All the students from lower class to higher class participated in these competitions enthusiastically.
Following is the list of winners:
Class : I,II,III
Class : IV,V
Class : VI,VII,VIII
Class : IX. X
In the afternoon we had the planting tree programme. All teachers and students went to IETE (Instructional of Engineering and Technical Engineers) Campus where we had a place to plant and planted saplings. The staff of IETE also Participated in this Programme. Children and Staff showed lot of Interest in planting saplings.