In this article, I'm going to show you how to write a report on Van Mahotsav. So without further ado let's get started.
Example 1 [Newspaper Report]
By Sanghamitra Chinara
Dispur, Assam, June 20, 2020: Students, teachers and staff of the Trinity Scholars School, Dispur celebrated the Annual ‘Van Mahotsav’ Day on the 13th of June 2020 in the school premises. A “Go Green” initiative was introduced in the school to promote afforestation programs and the growth of trees.
The event commenced as the Head Girl, Banita Das, XII B, gave a short influencing speech signifying the importance of trees for humankind. Several problems or issues caused due to loss of trees by various means such as deforestation, pollution, modernization of agriculture etc. The program started with its core intention of spreading awareness about the role played by the trees in balancing the ecosystem as well as the biosphere as a whole.
A debate competition was organised among the students of the school to discuss the impact of the Greenhouse Effect, Global Warming as well as the reasons and impacts of Climate Change on the environment as well as humankind. Aravlik house won the debate competition. Further, a quiz competition was also organised for the interested students. Many other events such as a Poster making competition as well as an Essay Writing Competition were held.
Example 2 [This is an example of a Magazine report]
By Raghunath Shetty
To mark the annual celebration of Van Mahotsav, our school organised an event to commence the same on June 20, 2019, Friday on the school premises.
The program was endorsed by the presence of the honourable District Railway Manager, Shri Nishith Rao. He delivered an addressing speech to the audience.
At 9:00 hours, all the students, teachers as well as other staff were gathered to conduct an Awareness rally in the nearby locality.
The students held flags, banners as well as banderols brightly coloured and decorated to attract the public and spread awareness. The rally consisted of nearly 200 students along with 45 teachers and other staff. The rally covered areas from Lal Bahadur Chowk to Shivaji Nagar, an approximately 8 km long route.
The members of the rally marched with slogans and performed recitations and community songs in the local areas to attract more people to this initiative. Some of the locals joined the rally as well. In the end, all the members planted saplings of wide variety across the roads, societies as well as School premises respectively. The program became very successful because of the coordination and cooperation among all the members.
Example 3 [Newspaper Report]
Reported by Nimita Jain, Staff Reporter
Kolkata; June 20, 2020: The students, teachers and the staff of St. Thomas School, Lake Street, Kolkata organised an event to mark the annual commemoration of the Van Mahotsav on the 7th of June.
The Guest of Honour for this program was Shri Sanket Agrawal, the District School Commissioner whose presence graced this event.
The event commenced with a warm welcome speech by Shri Raghuram Jha, the honourable principal of the school. The primary grade students of the school performed a dance skit in which they were beautifully dressed in green, bright costumes resembling different plants and trees and gracefully showed how mankind is on the verge of destroying and recklessly cutting the trees.
The main objective behind celebrating Van Mahotsav was to promote and spread awareness among the audience, as the principal told our representative.
The entire audience was influenced by their scintillating performance. Many other curricular activities were also organised in which the students of various classes participated enthusiastically.
The NCC as well as the Scouts and Guides' students and teachers of the school guided everyone to the playground where they planted saplings and took a small step forward to a clean and healthy environment.
Example 4 [Newspaper Report]
By Sruti Panda
Chennai; June 12, 2020: Christ International College, Bangalore celebrated the annual Van Mahotsav festival on June 9th along with various socio-cultural programs.
All the students, teachers, staff as well as local guardians were cordially invited to participate in this program. The program was graced by the presence of the Guest of Honour, Smt, Smriti Saraf, Education Commissioner, Bangalore.
The event began with a warm welcome speech delivered by the Principal. Thereafter some thrilling performances of the students brought a thunder of applause and appreciation from the audience.
A short drama was staged by the senior students which showed how difficult it will be to sustain on the earth without trees. Various other academic curricular such as Essay writing, Debating as well as Poster making on the relevant issue were also organised.
About a hundred different varieties of saplings were planted all across the school premises. Smt. Smriti Saraf encouraged the children to take consistent care of the saplings.
Various awards and certificates were distributed among the students to encourage them further to participate in such awareness programs and to help in making this world a better place with green forests.
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