Bokaro: With an aim to create a sense of responsibility and connect the students towards the environment a two-day plant exhibition cum competition titled-‘Phulwari’ was organised at DPS, Bokaro on Friday.
Over 2500 plants were exhibited in the show that includes the collection of diverse flora nurtured by the students in diversified categories like- Seasonal Flowers, Medicinal Plants, Vegetables, Fruits, Decorative Plants, Non-flowering and others.
The exhibition was inaugurated by District Agriculture Officer, Bokaro, Rajiv Mishra. While inaugurating he expressed his happiness on seeing the active participation of students in a large number. He urged them to nurture the plants and show belongingness towards the environment.
Additional Principal, DPS Bokaro, A S Gangwar highlighted the importance of ‘Phulwari’ and said that the idea behind putting the exhibition is to sensitize the students and parents towards their responsibility for the environment.
The exhibition witnessed the student’s expression and their deep connection with nature through slogans and poems etc. Those plants which were put in the show had already been adopted by the students intertwining a unique bond of concern and nurture with nature for the last three months.
The exhibition also had a competition judged by Rita Khawas, Shewta Singh and Nimisha Rani in the Primary Wing while Shalini Thakur, Neelam Singh and Renu Pandey the Senior Wing. The best species of plants were selected on the basis of its health, soil, texture and economic significance.