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ECO CLUB
The Eco club (seniors) is popularly called "The Green Mark's Society".

The Green ambassadors pledge to work in an environment friendly manner which includes usage of paper bags, steel lunch boxes, water management, saving electricity and other activities.

The anti cracker campaign in various localities has been a part of their agenda.
Eco Club : St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meerabagh, Delhi
Anti - Plastic Campaign - (5 May 2018)
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As a part of Earth Day 2018 Celebrations based on theme - "End plastic pollution" an anti plastic rally was taken out by Earth Saviours Club members of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh in the vicinity of the school GH 6 market and residential area on 5 May, 2018.

Eco club members shouted slogans "With plastic life is not fantastic" and interacted with the shopkeepers regarding perils of using plastic. They also gifted paper bags made by our school children. Finally there was a group discussion in the school where club members shared the experiences about plastic pollution.
Visit to Yamuna Bio-Diversity Park - (12 January 2018)
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Members of Companimals Club of Classes VI to VIII of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh alongwith their teacher incharges visited the Yamuna Bio-diversity Park on 12 January, 2018. This park is spread over 457 acres in the upstreams of River Yamuna. It is a nature reserve, a home for 2000 plants and animals species living in some 30 biotic communities. Students also saw a variety of medicinal plants, fruit plants, butterflies, Indian Krait (bird) and even migratory birds in the created wet - land area.
 
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