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Eco Club for Mission LiFE Summer Camp in J&K Engages Over 260,000 Students in Environmental Awareness Initiatives

Srinagar, June 07: The Eco Club for Mission LiFE Summer Camp in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has emerged as a resounding success, with more than 260,000 students actively participating in a variety of environmentally-focused activities.
The camp, aimed at increasing environmental awareness and promoting sustainability, has garnered widespread enthusiasm and participation from young minds across the region.
The summer camp, which forms part of the Mission Life initiative, has seen students engaging in numerous activities designed to foster a deeper connection with nature and instill a sense of responsibility towards environmental conservation.
Among the highlights of the camp are nature walks, where students explored local ecosystems, learning about the importance of biodiversity and the need for its protection.
In addition to nature walks, the camp has hosted pledge ceremonies where students committed to adopting sustainable practices in their daily lives.
Artistic expressions of environmental themes have also been a key component of the camp. Students have participated in painting and poster-making competitions, using their creativity to advocate for MissionLiFE’s goals. These competitions have provided a platform for young artists to convey powerful messages about sustainability and environmental stewardship.
The camp has extended its reach beyond the immediate school environments with organized village visits. During these visits, students interacted with local communities, sharing knowledge and raising awareness about sustainable practices and environmental conservation. These interactions have fostered a collaborative spirit and highlighted the importance of community involvement in achieving environmental goals.
A major part of the summer camp’s activities has been a large-scale cleanliness drive, where students actively participated in cleaning public spaces, thereby promoting the importance of hygiene and waste management. This initiative has not only beautified the local areas but also instilled a sense of civic duty among the participants.
The camp’s initiatives have received praise from various quarters, with many acknowledging the significant impact of involving students in hands-on environmental activities. “The participation of over 260,000 students in the Eco Club for Mission LiFE Summer Camp is truly inspiring. Their collective efforts in promoting environmental awareness and sustainability are commendable and set a positive example for others to follow,” said a senior official from the Department of Education.

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