VAN’ means ‘FOREST’ and ‘MAHOTSAV’ means ‘FESTIVAL’ “VAN MAHOTSAV” is an annual tree-planting movement in India which began in the year 1950. The name Van Mahotsav means ” FESTIVAL OF FORESTS “. It has gained significant national importance and every year, millions of saplings are planted across India in observation of Van Mahotsav week.
Taking the legacy forward students of Seedling school took the oath to plant and safeguard trees and forests. Special mention of ‘PUKAAR’ foundation team who enlightened the knowledge of the students by explaining the importance of native plants.
In an earnest attempt to lend a green touch to the school environment and sensitize the students about their role in conserving it the value of social responsibility was instilled in them. They were also taught to make seed balls followed by tree plantation.