Monday, 24 September 2018

Ozone Day Observance on 18th September 2018

            September 16 was designated by the United Nations General Assembly as International day for the preservation of the ozone layer. This designation had been made on Dec 19, 2000 in commemoration of the data in 1987 on which nations signed on Montreal protocol on substances that deplete the ozone laser.
                 The Haritha Nature club of NSS Training college observed on 18th September. As a part of it competitions were conducted on documentary presentation & Poster making. The programme began at 1.30 PM shameena Mammu.T. T delivered a brief introduction to ozone day observance, talking about ozone layer, Its importance, ozone depletion, its reasons , consequences & remedies. After that each optional presented their documentary. Dr. Jayaprakash.R.K, sri. Akhil K. Sreedhar, smt. Lekshmi. V were included in panel of judges.

The results of the competitions are as follows ,

poster Making 

  •        I -      English
  •        II-      Natural Science
  •        III-     Mathematics & Malayalam
Documentary competetion
  •        I -      Malayalam
  •        II-      Physical science
  •        III -    English


Physical science

Natural science


Monday, 4 June 2018

World environment day 2018

World environment day

World Environment Day is an international awareness campaign by the United Nations. It's been celebrated since 1974 with various projects across the world to address environmental problems.

Every year World Environment Day has a host country and a theme. This year it's being hosted in India and the theme is to Beat Plastic pollution.

India, the host for this year, has pledged to clean up it's monuments and reduce the use of plastic disposables around them. The Taj Mahal has already has cleaning drives, with teams picking plastic out of the Yamuna river which flows behind it. 

This years theme aims is to spread awareness of the consequences of disposables and the alternatives to them. The slogan we should all follow is:
If you can’t reuse it, refuse it.
If an item can only be used once and is then thrown away after, don’t use it. From plastic bags to disposable coffee cups, we use a lot of items briefly which will spend years only to dissolve into microplastics which will further pollute the environment. From carrying your own shopping bags and your own coffee mug, there are a lot of ways we can greatly reduce the plastic pollution we spread.

Thursday, 8 February 2018

National seminar.....

National seminar on " Futuristic approaches on conservation, Restoration and Creation of wetlands : exploring the role of teachers" in collaboration with KSCSTE inaugurated by Biju K, Assistant professor, Dept.of education, central university of Tamil nadu on 9th february 2018. He also presented a paper on the topic "wetland education for sustainable development" . The after noon session was fulfilled by the talk of Dr.K.J.Suresh sir , professor of NSS Training college changanacherry on the topic "Multidisciplinary approaches on conservation, Restoration, and Creation of wetlands. Also there was a paper presentation session by students, chaired by Dr.K S Sajan sir.

Friday, 2 February 2018

World wetlands day

World Wetlands Day occurs annually on February 2nd, marking the date of the adoption of the  Convention on Wetlands on February 2, 1971.

Monday, 29 January 2018

National seminar

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Cognition on greenary

A seminar on the topic 'cognition on greenery: the role of education on environmental protection & awareness was held at our college on 23rd November 2017 at 10:00 am. The inauguration and presentation was done by Mr. Jain J Theratil, assistant professor, St.Aloysius college,  Elthuruthu, Thrissur .There was also a poster competition. Miss Hima from M.Ed  won the first price and  Miss Nithya from B.Ed physical science won the second price. The third price won by two teams Sainul abid - shruthi from malayalam and Reshma- Athira of Natural science.

        Congratulations to the winners