DATE OF FORMATION: 10/10/2013
(M.Sc., M.Ed., N.E.T.)
Dr. (Mrs.) Asha A.K
(M.A., M.Ed., UGC-N.E.T., S.E.T. , Ph.D. (Education))
Ms. Bijal Patel
Ms. Reema Sutari
The college has constituted an Environmental Cell to make the student teachers aware about the environmental issues and challenges and inspire them to disseminate the information and sensitize the school children and the society at large about these challenges.
- To sensitize the student teachers about the problems of pollution.
- To inculcate the sense of responsibility towards the development of planet Earth and appreciation of its beauty.
- To providing opportunities to acquire knowledge, skills, attitude, commitment to preserve the environment.
- To make them understand the interdependence of economic, social and ecological factors.
- To train the student teachers to impart environmental education to school children through curricular and co-curricular activities.
The cell organizes workshops, nature trails, talks and seminars. Student teachers also conduct assemblies related to environmental issues and sustainable living on days of environmental significance. They display posters, news articles and quotes on the bulletin board.
Petroleum Conservation Research Association conducted a Talk on ‘Teacher’s role in Conservation of Petroleum fuels and reducing Global Warming’ in the college on 5th March, 2014.
As part of SUPW activity student teachers made Paper bags and distributed it TO THE general public at Bandra Station.
Assemblies on days of Environmental significance included activities promoting environmental awareness.
The student teachers of the college participated in the workshop ‘Multiply the Message’ organized and conducted by Trailblazers aiming at imparting Environmental Education as well as providing training in Innovative Methods of Teaching Environmental Sciences. The theme of the workshop was ‘Water – Every drop counts’.
Student teachers participated in the workshop ‘Multiply the Message’ organized and conducted by Trailblazers aiming at imparting Environmental Education as well as providing training in Innovative Methods of Teaching Environmental Sciences. The theme of the workshop was ‘Climate Change- Give Earth a Chance’.
In August’17, a seminar on “Save the Rivers” was organized by the ISHA foundation which is a non-profit, spiritual organization founded in 1992 by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev in continuation with their campaign “Rally For Rivers”.
Student teachers conducted various activities on environmental issues and sustainable practices during assemblies. Bulletin boards displayed posters, articles and news items on issues and matters related to environment.