SIBM Bengaluru all set to plant new lives with
Symbriksha 2015

Bengaluru, Karnataka, February 19, 2015:Symbiosis Institute of Business Management Bengaluru (SIBM-B) is all set to host "Symbriksha", the annual tree plantation endeavor, onFebruary 21, 2015. The Social Responsibility Committee of the institute is organizing the same.

About Symbriksha:

"The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The next best time is today"
- Chinese Proverb

The primary purpose of this activity is to imbibe in the students, the importance of a green and healthy surrounding in a rapidly growing concrete jungle.Symbriksha is held in collaboration with TREES FOR FREE, an environment-oriented NGO and Electronics City Industries Association (ELCIA).

Through this venture, the students hope to foster a sense of team spirit and also inculcate in the youth, the importance of a green city. They hope to send across to the masses the message of building a greener and healthier environment.

Event Schedule:

KIADB Grounds, Next to Bhavani Industries,Electronic City Phase-2, Bangalore
Date February 21, 2015 (Saturday)
Time 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM

About SIBM Bangalore:

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 Bangalore in 2008. SIBM Bangalore provides a holistic approach to management.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact the below.

Contact Information:
Ms.KritikaRamraj                  Ms.Krithika Dayalan              Mr. VasanthRajan
For English / Hindi / Telugu    For English / Kannada           For Tamil
9008877879                       97431 51622                       7760061202

SIBM Bangalore
95/1, 95/2, Electronics City, Phase-1, Hosur Road, Bangalore-560 100


Source: By E-mail (February 20, 2015)

Published on on February 20, 2015


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