Wildlife conservation week observed at Gems Public School Bijbehara

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Aman Malik

Anantnag, Oct 15: Wildlife conservation week was observed at Gems Public School Bijbehara, Anantnag. The management, staff and the students of the school participated in different activities that were organized for observing the wildlife conservation week.
The occasion was marked by varied performances presented by the students to deliberate upon the essence of wildlife and importance of forests for stability of the ecological balance.
The students of the school spoke about the repercussions of the unabated degradation of fauna and flora and stressed upon the need to save them for our future generations.
Through their speeches the students focused upon the need for disseminating awareness regarding the conservation of wildlife and forests.
On this occasion, the students came up with glorious performances in the form of skits and satires to convey the importance of wildlife in the simplest and best possible manner.
The occasion was presided over by the Divisional Forest Officer Gazala. She later shared her opinion with the students of the school. Gazala spoke about the importance of wild animals and the need to save them.
“Walk in kindness towards the earth and every living being should be our approach in our lives. Therefore we must come forward towards preserving and conserving our forests and wildlife,” Gazala said.
Later on the Chairman of the school John Ulfat administered an oath among the staff and the students where in they pledged to take responsible and obligatory approach towards conserving the biodiversity.