As part of World Environment Day celebration and one week-long ecosystem restoration campaign, the Indian Cultural Center (ICC) recently distributed plants among various Indian schools in Qatar.
Doha Modern Indian School (DMIS), Bhavan’s Public school, Shantiniketan Indian School, Olive International School, Noble Indian School, and Loyola International School participated in the campaign and received plants from the ICC managing committee.
They expressed their gratitude and sincere support to ICC for such initiatives in the future.
DMIS principal Padmini Venkitesh, Bhavan’s Public School principal M P Philip and Shatiniketan Indian School principal Dr Subhash P Nair pointed out that the restoration of the ecosystem to its original form is the only gift people can give the new generation.
Though the restoration of ecosystem in its original form is a herculean task, people and the governments have to work together to achieve the goal, they added.
ICC took certain initiatives on the World Environment Day. Anish George Mathew, head of HR & premises; Afsal Abdul Majeed, head of consular services; and Sajeev Sathyaseelan, head of affiliation and membership; successfully completed the task for ICC.