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MEERA BAGH, NEW DELHI - 87
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Plantation Drive on the occasion of Vanmahotsav - (7 July 2021)
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Vegetation and green cover are crucial to our eco-system and critical natural resources, seeing as how they produce oxygen, which is essential for the existence and survival of nearly every species on this planet. So, by causing or playing a role in deforestation, we are not only endangering our lives, we are also putting the entire planet at risk.

We know how important trees are to our existence and for the well-being of the planet at large, which is why we at St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School continuing our legacy of plantation drive on the occasion of Van Mahotsav on 7 July 2021 started a 2 day plantation drive in which we asked our students to plant a green friend in their vicinity so that in these distant times we can remain abreast with nature and make future generations always responsible towards the environment. Here's a green glance into our very own online plantation drive.
Activity on Noise Pollution by Class X - (June 2021)
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As per the guidelines of Eco Club Delhi, we at SMGS brought into practice the round the year Action Plan for implementation of mandate of Hon'ble NGT regarding spreading of awareness on Noise Pollution. The activity for the month of June was held in which students of Class X prepared a power point presentation elucidating the do's and don'ts of the brewing menace of Noise Pollution. The activity was conducted under the aegis of our Eco Club Kesholoy for the students who were shown the ppt which was followed by a lively discussion with their class teachers and also among their class-mates. The activity left the teachers and students well informed and helped them to devise methods to protect them from the ill effects of Noise Pollution.
E collages by Classes 4 and 5 - (June 2021)
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"Let’s nurture the nature so that we can have a better future.

Now more than ever, our planet needs us to step up and take action and reverse the degradation and damage. Keeping this aim in view, the students of Class 4 and 5 showcased their creative streak by making Digital Collages, on the Theme - Ways to save our Planet Earth and showed thier commitment towards the cause, with the hope that things will get better.
World Environment Day - (5 June 2021)
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This World Environment Day 2021 was both a celebration of our planet and a rallying call for action because June 5 also marks the official launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, an ambitious 10-year global push to repair the damage we have done to the fragile natural systems that sustain us.This environment day kicked off with leaders in politics, science, communities, religion and culture, raising their voices to call for the protection and revival of millions of hectares of ecosystems around the world for the benefit of people and nature.

The task is monumental. We need to replant and protect our forests. We need to clean up our rivers and seas. And we need to green our cities,” said UN Secretary - General António Guterres. “Accomplishing these things will not only safeguard the planet’s resources. It will create millions of new jobs by 2030, generate returns of over $7 trillion dollars every year and help eliminate poverty and hunger."

Yet why are we hesitant in taking care of our planet when it is we who are going to benefit from it? This daunting question needs to be taken upon as fast as possible or it is we who are going to lose the race.

We at SMGS, KESHOLOY realise that Earth is the only planet we have and there is no planet B. And with our various efforts to sustain this vulnerable planet we continually have been taking steps to deliver our goal towards Earth's longevity by understanding it's needs.

To give our efforts a true meaning KESHOLOY organized several Activities on the occasion of World Environment Day for our students to make them understand their responsibilities towards Mother Earth.

Day long activities were held for different classes keeping in mind how they can contribute in spreading awareness about this noble cause. Classes I-III gave their best by colouring the canvas with bright hues as the students enthusiastically participated in a painting competition, on the theme, 'My planet, My Earth' whereas students of Classes IV and V were given the task of making digital collages on the theme, 'Ways to Save Our Planet Earth'.

As technology has become the need of the hour these students proved that they were quite comfortable with the digital medium as they left us impressed by their digital creativity and innovative ideas to save our planet from any further deterioration.

As the fun filled activities for Juniors wrapped up with declaration of the winners on school's social media pages now was the turn of the students of the senior wing. Students of Classes VI- XII need to realize the relevance of observance of such days and what can be a better way to learn more about the environment than a Quiz . So two different quizzes one for Classes VI - VIII and the other for Classes IX -XII were prepared on the theme, Ecosystem Restoration' and shared with students. The responses of students were recorded, analysed and results were declared of the top three positions of each class which were again declared through the school's official social media pages.

The fun filled activities gave us an opportunity to make learning fun.

The earth is what we all have in common. World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5th June. It is a day that reminds everyone on the planet to get involved in environment-friendly activities. The students of Classes I to III actively participated in a Painting Competition. The activity aimed at spreading awareness about the significance of nature and the conservation of our natural resources. The need of the hour is to pay heed to our surroundings and make our mother earth a better place to live.Students depicted varied aspects related to the environment in their paintings.

Every participant had a different and unique representation, and their paintings were commendable.

A very serious concern which affects each and every being of this Earth was dispersed among the students who either by painting or computing or by quizzing came closer to nature and had a thought to spare about it.

Hoping that with every passing year occasions like World Environment Day will leave us more responsible and compassionate towards the yearning Earth and to understand that our existence is dependent on the existence of Earth , it's biodiversity and it's ecosystems.
International Day for Biological Diversity - (22 May 2021)
HUMAN BEINGS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ECOSYSTEM IMBALANCE, BUT WE CAN STILL BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION.

The International Day for Biological Diversity is observed each year on 22 May, a date in our calendars dedicated to raising global awareness about the importance of protecting biological resources and the global biodiversity that shapes our environment - not only the various species of plants, animals and micro-organisms around us, but also the genetic diversity of each of them, as well as the great variety of ecosystems that make up our planet.
Noise Pollution Activity for Classes 6 and 7 - (12 May 2021)
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As per the guidelines of Eco Club Delhi, we at SMGS practised the Action Plan for implementation of mandate of Hon'ble NGT regarding awareness on Noise Pollution, the activity of Poster Making and Quiz was conducted under the aegis of our Eco Club Kesholoy for the students of Classes 6 and 7 respectively.

Students of Class 6 participated enthusiastically and through their artistic skills created colourful posters to attract our attention towards this menace called noise pollution which gets unknowingly ignored by us.

Whereas students of Class 7 participated in a game of quiz which was based on self assessment where they could check on their own scores... the questions of the quiz were so designed that students would become aware about Noise pollution and know it's impact on our health and also on our immediate environment.
Noise Pollution Activity for Classes 8 and 9 - (May 2021)
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The more noise you hear, the faster you lose your ear.

Keeping this in mind and in compliance with the Hon’ble NGT mandate, Kesholoy, the Eco Club of our school took the initiative to create awareness regarding noise pollution. Students of Class VIII and IX were shown a powerpoint presentation to sensitise them about its harmful effects. It was followed by an interactive session where students suggested measures to prevent noise pollution and intended to spread the awareness by doing their part to reduce it, starting from their households.
Say no to Crackers : Anti Cracker Activity - (November 2020)
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Diwali marks the triumphant return of the supreme Lord Sri Ram and the mother Sita to Ayodhya, amidst lighting of lamps by the residents of Ayodhya. Diwali reminds us to illuminate our intellects with the light of the knowledge of god and dispel the darkness of material conditioning. It is celebrated all over India on the 15th day of the month of Kartik.

But with time Diwali has been responsible in creating noise and air pollution. The primary cause of this pollution is the use of fire crackers. There is emission of great amount of smoke with toxic elements. It also has an adverse affect on environment. The judiciary and the government have taken a serious note to this rising pollution and issued certain guidelines to be followed during the festival. The department of education of the Government of Delhi and NCT has also taken initiative in making the students aware of the hazards caused due to such fire works.

KESHOLOY, the Eco Club of St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School has taken initiative in reaching out to the students and sensitizing them with the problems associated with firecrackers. A video was made by the senior students of Classes 10 to 12, highlighting on the negative aspects of bursting crackers discussing important guidelines issued by the concerned authorities. The video was shown to other students of Classes 4 to 8 as well. To further accelerate the awareness about the harmful effects of fire crackers, the students of Class IV and V made posters on the theme “Say No to Crackers” and promised to opt for a green Diwali. It is important to remove the darkness of pollution and to bring in light of happiness and good health.
Awareness Creation in Kite Flying - (August 2020)
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Flying of kites is a common feature in India. Kite flying becomes lethal and hazardous because of the metal coated string used in flying kites. Often accidents involving kite flying have been reported causing fatal injuries especially during festivals. Keeping this in mind Eco Club and Animal Welfare Club of St. Mark's Girls Senior Secondary School in a joint venture as per the instructions given by Directorate of Environment, NCT of Delhi, discouraged students from flying kites and sensitised them about the harm it causes to both birds and humans. Students of Classes 5 to 12 were shown a video which not only sensitized students on this topic but also helped in spreading awareness about banning the Chinese manjha as it is a plastic synthetic string which is very harmful to birds, people flying kites as it can interrupt electricity supply after touching high tension lines and overhead metro electric lines resulting in accidents, injuries and loss of life.
Online Musical Concert by Earth Day Network - (29 July 2020)
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Rain is grace; rain is the sky condensing to the earth. Rain is not drops of water; it is the love of Sky for Earth and its inhabitants. A single gentle rain gives the grass many shades of green.

To focus on its Global theme,'Restore our Earth’, Earth Day Network brought together 26 artists from 15 countries, in a presentation to celebrate the World Rain Day on 29 July 2020. Soothing music both vocal and instrumental work performed by the artists to commemorate the rain and its impact on our lives. Earth Day Network's mission is to diversify, educate and activate the environmental movement worldwide.

Ms. Anjali Handa and Ms. Arpita Dutta of St. Mark's Girls Senior Secondary School spectated the online music concert. The School has always actively participated in climate change and sustainable development programs so that they can sensitize the students about the ongoing problems of climate change and to act accordingly.
World Environment Day Celebrations : Painting Competition for Classes I to III - (June 2020)
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KESHOLOY, the Eco Club of our school has always aspired to strive hard in order to make our environment our top most priority. Taking into cognizance the unprecedented times and this year's theme of Environment Day which focusses on 'Time for Nature' we organized a colouring / painting event for Classes I to III on the topic 'NATURE THROUGH MY EYES' where students were asked to create artwork showcasing how they perceive nature. And then what followed was an array of colours and how these young minds portrayed nature in various ways was not only inspiring but also led to introspection. We are proud to present the winners and their flawless works of art. Congratulations to all the winners.
World Environment Day Celebrations : Painting Competition for Classes IV to V - (June 2020)
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Carrying on the celebrations of the World Environment Day, KESHOLOY organized an interesting event for Classes IV and V in which students had to Google Search and create an online photo gallery of the biodiversity, keeping in mind the theme for the World Environment Day 2020. This activity helped in paving the divide between man and nature. Through this platform students came up with beautiful collages. These frames were good enough to take our breath away. Presenting the deserving winners of the event. Really proud of you girls.
World Environment Day Celebrations : Quiz Competition for Classes VI to XII - (June 2020)
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Learning gives Creativity,
Creativity leads to thinking,
Thinking provides Knowledge,
Knowledge makes us Great.


Quiz competitions are always interesting and informative, which provide excitement among the students and provide them with a plethora of knowledge. To enhance this experience Kesholoy, the Eco Club of our school organized a Quiz Competition for Classes VI to XII to draw the curtain on the all day celebrations of the World Environment Day 2020 and to test the skills and knowledge of the students about environment and biodiversity. Students participated enthusiastically and the winners of the quiz are being presented here. We appreciate your intellect and are proud of your empathy towards environment.
Cleanliness Programme of River Yamuna - (2020)
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Rivers are our lifeline but the way how we have treated our rivers have cut short our lifeline.

To resurrect one of the many dying rivers of our country, The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) organized an Orientation Programme on 'Cleanliness of River Yamuna'. The programme was held in coordination with the Environment Department, Delhi Jal Board, the Industries Department and Directorate of Education. Speakers from each department shared their discourse on this issue and addressed a huge gathering of Eco-club In-charges of all the Private Unaided recognised schools of DoE.

The Orientation Programme was attended by the Eco-club Inchage Ms. Sumbul and Ms. Arpita of our school and through the programme it was imbibed how to incorporate our students towards this cause which would eventually lead to a better and a holistic future with Yamuna retrieved in its old splendor and grandeur.
Say No to Plastic Drive during PTM - (28 December 2019)
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In our relentless endeavour to make our planet Earth a better place to live in, the students of the Eco Club of our school went a step further to sensitize the students and parents towards the existing plastic menace. The 'Say No To Plastic' Drive was held during the Parent Teacher Meeting held on 28 December 2019. Student volunteers of Classes VII and IX talked to the parents regarding this grave threat that is ready to bethrottle the mankind and it's habitat. Parents were made to realize that how important it was to stop using plastic and to discourage it's use in future. The volunteers also made the parents take the pledge and stamp their co-operation by signing the pledge towards this noble cause. The efforts were lauded by the parents and they enthusiastically extended their full support to make this act practically possible.
Assembly on Single use Plastic Awarenes - (1 October 2019)
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“You must be the change you wish to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi.

Keeping this view in mind, the students from Classes IV to VIII celebrated Gandhi Jayanti and the 5th year commemoration of Swachh Bharat on 1 October 2019, at St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School. The celebration started with the assembly in which the students were acquainted with the harmful effects of using plastic and why it should be completely avoided. The students enthusiastically pledged not to use ‘single use plastic’ in their day to day lives. The assembly was followed by Plogging Run in the school playground to encourage FIT India Movement which aims at spreading awareness about the importance of sports and fitness in a person's day-to-day life and then holding various competitions like, 'Slogan Writing Competition’ and ‘Drawing Competition’ on the theme 'Single Use Plastic Hazards' in which active participation of the students was witnessed. The activities aimed at spreading the message of abstaining from Single Use Plastic and was disseminated quite effectively among the students. The activities proved to be beneficial in terms of making the students aware of the reasons to avoid using plastic as much as possible.
Celebrating Himalayas - (1 October 2019)
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Receding glaciers, decreasing crop yield, declining amount of rainfall... the list is endless and familiar. Yet, we shut our eyes to the rapid degrading condition of our environment.

To give a reality check to our budding minds, CMS VATAVARAN organised a multiple activity event, namely - CELEBRATING HIMALAYAS.

The first leg of the event involved the students of Class VI to IX in the showcase of an interactive and demonstrative Documentary, which brought to the knowledge of the children, real life crises, the adverse effects of Global Warming as borne by the farmers of the Kashmir Valley. The first-hand accounts of our peasants highlighted the harsh side of their livelihood. The movie was an eye opener for the students as they realised the true state that the ‘Mini Switzerland’ is in.

The second leg comprised of hands-on activity for the children, wherein they made posters, wrote catchy slogans, and interesting stories on the same topic, displaying their creative, artistic streak.

The event was an educating experience for the students as they unlearnt the old and learnt the new.
Savlon Swasth India Mission - (October 2019)
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Enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the Earth four times.

To combat this everlasting menace of plastic destroying the face of our Mother Earth, our students joined hands with Savlon Swasth India Mission in an ITC CSR initiative to conduct a plastic waste management campaign – Swachchta ka Gullak. The campaign which aimed at collection of “single use plastic” received an overwhelming response from the students of Classes Seedling to XII. Students brought plastic in all forms and shapes. They were sensitized about the importance of segregation of dry waste and wet waste and were also told that how simpler it becomes to recycle the dry plastic waste if it issegregatedproperly. It was also instilled in students that they should try to implement the rule of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle in their daily lives to eradicate the monstrosity created by the menacing plastic.
Fit India Plogging Run - (2 October 2019)
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Being fit and healthy has to be a way of life. To understand the importance of fitness and staying healthy our school collaborated with the Fit India Movement and organized a Fit India Plogging Run in which students, teachers and the other school staff participated on 2 October 2019. The enthusiastic group took a short run-up covering a distance of almost 2 Kms. in their nearby areas. During this rally the students also picked one time use plastic strewn on the roads and also interacted with passerbys, residents, local vendors and shopkeepers, spreading the message to stop using plastic in every possible way. The small endeavor was a genuine effort to embark upon a better and a healthy future for our country so that we can realize and truly live the dream of Our Father of Nation. Through this endeavor Gandhi Jayanti got its true meaning and the most befittingcelebration.
A Series of Activities for the students of Classes seedling to IX and XI - (27 August 2019)
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It is rightly said by Albert Schweitzer that until we extend our circle of compassion to all living things, humanity will not find peace.

SMGS engaged a series of activities for the students of Classes seedling to IX and XI. These activities were conducted by the Animal Welfare Club of our school on 27 August, 2019. Students of Seedling, Sapling and Class I were engaged into movie watching. Class II drew artistic cartoons on sheets and class III and IV made hand puppets using Origami sheets. Class V made colourful badges for creating an awareness to save the animals. Class VI prepared comic strips using their imaginative minds and weaved dialogues between a dog and humans. Class VII divided themselves into pairs and discussed vaccinations to be provided to dogs for their health. Class VIII discussed about dogs suffering from varied diseases their information, cure and treatment. Classes IX and XI designed brochures on Indian and foreign dog breeds. Students enjoyed the activities a lot, it not only added to their amusement and fun but also created a required awareness about animals, their care, safety, treatments, etc. They truly believe in the fact that the love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man.
Anti Cracker Rally 2018 - (9 November 2018)
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The Eco Club of SMGS took an anti-cracker rally in the neighbourhood to sensitize the people towards the harmful effects of burning crackers.The main aim of this drive was to make people aware about the pollution caused by the burning of crackers and their adverse effects on our health. The students of Classes VIII and IX participated in the rally with full vigour. They interacted with the people very enthusiastically and urged them to say ‘NO To Crackers’. The students shouted slogans so as to make the passerbys also listen to them. A small street play was also showcased by our young campaigners. This awareness drive was very important to be conducted at this time when the pollution levels have already started increasing and they become dangerous, particularuly after Diwali due to the pollution caused by burning of crackers.

A same kind of drive was conducted inside the school premises also whereby awareness videos were shown to the students of all the Classes from I to XII. The videos conveyed the message in a very simple and interesting way for the students to correlate them with their own lives.

So let us all pledge to celebrate a green and a pollution free Diwali this year!! Happy Diwali.
Cleanliness Drive for Classes I to XII - (October 2018)
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'Clean communities, healthy citizens'
Swachhhata Hi Sewa Hai


In order to inculcate in the students to take care of their immediate surroundings SMGS initiated a Cleanliness Drive for classes I to XII. Children used cleansers likecolin, dirty and worn out clothes, gloves, face masks,etc, while cleaning their classrooms, they whole heartedly participated in the drive and learnt that the objective of cleaning is not just to clean, but to feel happiness living within that environment and be responsible citizens. This cleanliness drive not only inculcated the sense of cleanliness amongst studennts but also made them realise that their school is like their second home and they must keep it neat and tidy. Students were highly excited to take part in this mission and very efficiently completed the duties assigned to them.

Cleanliness Drive under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan - (28 September to 1 October 2018)
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Class Cleanliness
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Swachta Abhiyan by Class Sapling
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The Eco Club of SMGS conducted cleanliness drive for classes VI to XII on 28 September 2018 as a part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Clean India Mission is a nation wide campaign that aims to clean up the streets, roads and infrastructure of India's cities, smaller towns, and rural areas. The students of these classes were sensitized to understand the value of cleanliness by taking part in the drive to clean their classrooms. They were asked to bring ragged and clean cloth, cleansers like colin, dusters, surgical gloves, old brushes and sanitizers for personal use. The students were divided into small groups to clean the varied places within the classroom area. Students learnt to keep their classroom spick and span and make such initiatives constantly in the areas in their vicinity. The students of Class VII were asked to design banners for the rally to be followed on 1 October 2018. Students artistically created vibrant banners and posters highlighting the importance of a clean and green India. An overall awareness was created among the youth in order to become a good citizen by keeping our surroundings neat and clean.
Waste Management - (28 September 2018)
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Waste Management has for quite some time been understood as a key area in global environmental protection. Beyond that integrated waste management may be
regarded as an interface between the production, distribution and consumption of goods on the one hand, and soil, ground water, air and climate on the other. Thus, it is an important partner in the context of sustainable development. An awareness is created among the students regarding the segregation of waste into bio and non-biodegradable waste which further aids the students to understand waste disposal in an appropriate and conditioned manner. Students are also involved in cleanliness drives emphasizing on exposing the society to the reality of the importance of a clean and green country. When students are conditioned for waste disposal they are also engaged in discovering techniques by which the biodegradable waste goes for composting. The compost so formed is productively used as a healthy manure in the school garden. Last but not the least recycling the waste is a very important part of waste disposal and it requires methods that can help us produce resources that can be reused and not wasted. Therefore students of our school are adequately versed with the ways of disposal, reuse, and segregation of waste.
Plantation Drive - (September 2018)
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"One of the best gifts we can give to our future generations are trees."

A group of 20 students of St. Marks Girls Sr. Sec. School took part in the plantation drive which was held at Bharat Ratan Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar Park, under the guidance of MLA of Madipur Mr. Girish Soni. Students showed great enthusiasm and planted saplings as they knew their hard work would be a contribution in the betterment of the environment as it would help to recharge ground water, prevent soil erosion and yield more benefits. Students and teachers all together made this movement successful as it enabled our society to create an awareness with respect to environment and its conservation. Students also created vibrant posters to highlight the importance of a green environment. Overall, it was an excellent drive towards the preservation and care of our mother earth.
EARTH DAY - 2018
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Everything in the world around us is built on the Earth or depends on the environment of the Earth in some or the other way. As we know this is the only planet where survival is possible so it becomes our duty to save our Mother Earth. With the view of educating our students about what we have, what we are losing by acting in ways that are not environment friendly or energy efficient and reminding to take action before it's too late. Keeping this in mind St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School celebrated Earth Day 2018 for classes VI-XII by organising various activities based on the significance of our planet. The activities ranged from Composting, Making Eco Calendars, Environment Quiz, Making of Jute Bags. Each activity was conceptualized so that our Earth can turn into a better planet. Along with these in- house activities, students of classes VII and VIII took out a silent rally in the school neighbourhood to spread awareness regarding the theme of Earth Day 2018-STOP PLASTIC POLLUTION. The students distributed saplings grown on their own in tetra-packs to sensitize people in making our Earth green. The growing of plants and their distribution among people was an educational experience for the students. To enhance the motive of rally; students carried brightly coloured banners which all the more accentuated their purpose. Students were also sensitized regarding disposal of wet and dry garbage in blue and green dustbins placed in every classroom. Videos were shown to students on the significance of wet and dry waste. And the day ended on a promising note when students took a pledge to bear allegiance to make our planet pristine as it is given to us by God.
Earth Day Celebrations - (20 April 2018)
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’The Earth does not belong to us, we belong to the Earth’’ - Chief Seattle.

Earth Day was celebrated on 20 April 2018 at St. Mark’s Girls School in the school premises. It was celebrated with an aim to sensitize the students towards their role in addressing global environmental challenges at grass root level. The day started with a medley of educational and fun activities. The cherubims of seedling and sapling enjoyed a puppet show and understood the importance of plants in our lives. The students of classes I to IV made badges, posters and collages with slogans on saving the Earth and our rivers. Class V students also conducted a quiz highlighting environmental education. It was a fun filled day for the students and they went home with the motto..

‘’Let’s join hands on Earth Day to make our Earth a better place to live in’’.
Dehradun Visit - (1 to 5 June 2018)
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We should preserve every scrap of biodiversity as priceless while we learn to use it and come to understand what it means to humanity.

With this concern for biodiversity conservation, the students of St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School attended the Children’s Biodiversity Summit in Dehradun from 2nd to 5th June 2018 organised by Navdanya at their campus in Dehradun. The event was inaugurated by the honourable agriculture minister of Uttrakhand, Mr. Subodh Uniyal. Dr. Vandana Shiva, the founder of Navdanya was also present at the ceremony. The program started with an exhibition where the students displayed the work they have carried out in school for biodiversity conservation in the form of posters, poems and models. Their work was appreciated by Dr. Shiva and the jury members. For further activities, they were divided into groups which gave them an opportunity to interact with students from other schools in Delhi as well as other states from the country. The students took part in various activities over these four days which included art of seeds, soilculture, compost making and interactive sessions where they were told the importance of biodiversity and the need to conserve it. They learnt about the ‘Garden of Hope’ which is a need of the hour if we have survive in harmony with nature.On the last day, the students were given participation certificates. The event summed up with a Tree Plantatation ceremony on account of the World Environment Day on 5th June 2018.
Visit to Eco Fest at New Era School - (2018)
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We at St. Marks Girls School believe that the best learning can be achieved by giving freedom to learn from their surroundings and to strengthen our belief we sent our Eco Club members to witness the Eco-Fest organized by the New Era Public School, Mayapuri, New Delhi. A teacher accompanied by 10 students of classes 6 and 7 went to witness the Scientific Extravaganza and to imbibe that how wonderfully adopting Science in our daily lives can work wonders and bring us close to nature. The learning experience was enhanced when our students were able to witness the various Eco Friendly Ideas displayed there.
Cleanliness drive - (30 January 2018)
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Cleanliness drive was conducted by the eco club of SMGS on 30 January 2018. Some students of class VII went in pair to different sections of classes I-VIII to show a Power-Point presentation on cleanliness and personal hygiene. The presentation was very impressive and it enforced the students to realise the importance of cleanliness. There was an interactive session after the presentation wherein the students shared their views about the burning issue. The students were shown a video on cleanliness drive and explained through visual effect how they can contribute in making the mission of clean Delhi come true. The students of classes I-V spent 10-15 minutes cleaning their classroom along with their class teachers . The drive was a success as it inculcated the habit of cleanliness in these young children as it instilled that cleanliness has to be spread around us by oneself.
 
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