Plantation Program at Career College of Management

Bhopal, March 2013: Planting a tree has long been a suggestion to better the earth, whether it is outcry and warning of global warming, water crisis or something else. Trees offer many environmental as well as economic and social benefits.


The students of Career College of Management organized a plantation program at their premises recently. These students very well understand the importance of trees in our life and contributed their bit in making the world a better place to live.

The plantation program was organized under NSS (National Service Scheme). The students of NSS unit of the college participated in the activity and planted the trees in the college premises. They all pledged to plant more and more trees with the time and take care of the plants and to provide with basic needs as and when needed.

The students also took the responsibility of awakening the citizens by telling them the importance of trees in our lives.

Plantation Program at Career College

Dr, Ajay Khare, Director, Career College of Management, said, "Nowadays, everywhere we hear the ongoing destruction of our natural resources. The simplest thing that we can do to help is to plant a tree. It is such a simple and basic task, and the truth is that, every tree makes a difference. The plantation program organized by our students under the NSS activity was an initiative to save our planet."

Career College of Management offers uncompromising quality of education, thus motivating students to become good career professionals and also responsible citizens. The college aims to give to its student's practical business orientation and encourages students to be involved in live projects of industry during the course of study.

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