Bengaluru:"Each one, plant
one," says Durgesh Agrahari, program manager of Say Trees, a professionally run group with a perspective of long term sustainable environment. Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru, (SIBM-B) in association with Say
Trees organised a tree maintenance drive recently near Kasavanahallilakein order to increase green cover in the city.
So far the organisation has instilled two
mini forests at the Agaralake and in Whitefield and has also helped famers raise fruit-bearing saplings in the state of Andhra Pradesh, one of the regions in dearth of water around the country. This year they intend to successfully
plant around 20,000 saplings in the state.
The enthusiastic students of SIBM-B started for the lake at 9 am, and participated in large numbers.The volunteers, working with utmost cooperation, enjoyed passing buckets in
chains, watering plants, collecting garbage surrounding the outline of the Kasavanahalli lake near Sarjapur Main Road. The Social Responsibility Committee of SIBM-B conducted the drive as a contribution towards saving the vanishing
plant life and to inculcate a feeling of belongingness towards nature.
The prime motive behind the initiative was to restore the speedily degrading state of environment. The students of SIBM-B hopeto pro-actively engage in
more such endeavors in the coming future.
About SIBM Bengaluru:
Ever since its inception in 1978, SYMBIOSIS has been synonymous with progress. The trend of progress has been continued by setting up of SIU's
first campus outside Maharashtra at Bengaluru in 2008. SIBM Bengaluru provides a holistic approach to management.
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