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Online programme on environment

September 30, 2020

To create awareness on environmental issues and conservation, WWF (World Wildlife Fund) – India, in association with Department of Public Instruction and Karnataka Rajya Vijnana Parishat, has organised a online programme ‘Ondu Bhoomi Ondu Mane’ on environmental conservation for 1st to 8th standard Government School and Government-Aided School students of the State. The programme which will be telecast online for half-an-hour every week from the month of September to November this year, can be accessed by registering through Google link and Facebook. Participants can also answer to the simple questions asked at the end of the programme and send their feedbacks. Participating schools, teachers and students will get digital certificates of participation. For details, call Mob: 94488-57122.

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