POLLUTION FREE BHOGI
“Give Out Children A Green Future. Say No To Bon Fire.”
“Green Is The New Black. Have A Eco-Friendly Bhogi.”
A bonfire is a large but controlled outdoor fire, used either for informal disposal of burnable waste material or as part of a celebration.
Pongal may be one of the most awaited festivals, however, many feel that Bhogi can be avoided.
Residents burnt paper, dry garden waste, old mats and clothes which however contributed to smog cover and poor visibility in areas.
There are various types of pollution spreading with fast speed day by day and deteriorating the nature’s beauty and resources. It is our duty to celebrate a pollution-free Bhogi and Pongal.
Friday with fervor. Pollution free bhogi was celebrated in the form of special assembly conducted by the students.
Drawing competition was conducted. The theme for the competition was “pollution free bhogi “.
These types of environment related activities are helpful to develop and enhance the moral sensibilities of the students.