Eco Club Activities



Cleanliness Week was organised in the school under the title ‘Swachhata Pakhwada’ from September 13, 2021, to September 17, 2021, to spread awareness among students on cleanliness. Under this drive, the activities performed were: Green School Drive Day, Hand Wash Day, Personal Hygiene Day, Swachhata Participation Day, Swachhata School Exhibition Day, and Swachhata Shapath Day. The students in each of these activities motivated the people to keep their surroundings clean. They highlighted the importance of personal hygiene along with keeping cleanliness in and around their homes. The students also spread awareness on the usage of the dustbin and the segregation of waste. Various activities such as slogan writing, poster making, essay writing, etc. were arranged in which the students took part wholeheartedly. The teachers of the school also participated actively and helped the students in spreading awareness on the importance of Cleanliness.


In honour of World Environment Day, the School observed various activities to spread awareness about the environment and the need to conserve it. On World Environment Day Bharat Bhandari, a student of Class VI- B delivered a speech through a virtual platform emphasizing that it is the perfect opportunity to make people aware of the Environmental issues we are facing today.  He even threw light on the causes which are causing serious harm to our environment. Through his speech, he made an appeal that we all need to realize that every little deed matters when it comes to saving the environment. Our budding artists, the students of Class II through their act showcased that we should always remember that the gifts and blessings which nature endows on us are priceless. The performance ended with a message, that we have to rehabilitate our environment and restore our ecosystem to its actual position. 


‘Nature is painting for us day after day the pictures of infinite beauty.’

On July 28, 2021, on the occasion of World Nature Conservation Day, the School organized various activities for all the classes to instill in the students, the feeling of warmth and affection towards nature. The event’s main objective was to increase awareness about the best practices to conserve our natural resources and encourage sustainability. To commence the occasion, students of class 1st presented some of the beautiful acts towards the conservation of the environment. They mesmerised everyone with their acts. On this day, Lakshita Modi of class VI A delivered a speech in her virtual classroom, emphasizing the dire need of conserving nature. Through her speech,she made an appeal to everyone to contribute towards maintaining the balance in nature. In her address, she also mentioned some of the initiatives that our country has taken to conserve nature like Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, Project Tiger, and Mangroves for the future. She concluded her speech by laying stress on the need to create a healthy environment to safeguard the present and future generations. She insisted that community participation in protecting and conserving nature is essential.


“Earth without Ozone is like a house without a roof, As Ozone is not Just a Layer but a Protector”

On behalf of Ramakrishna Senior Secondary School, Manya Aggarwal of Class 7, was given the opportunity to share her views on the observance of World Ozone Day, on the 16th September 2021. The World Ozone Day highlights the significance of safeguarding the protective ozone layer and commemorates the date on which the Montreal Protocol for the abatement of substances that deplete the Ozone layer was signed in 1987. The speaker through her speech gave an insight into the importance of the Ozone layer, which is actually a fragile shield of gas, protecting the Earth from the harmful portion of the rays of the sun, thus helping in preserving  the planet. She insisted that  global and united efforts  are required to phase out the ozone depleting substances. She concluded the speech by briefing on the  need of taking action to retrieve the ozone layer and how we can contribute towards saving the Ozone layer.


“Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher.”                                                               

These  lines by  William Wordsworth reflect on the significance of nature and its habitat. World Habitat Day is observed every year on the 4th of October, in many countries across the world to address the problem of rapid urbanisation and its impact on the environment and human poverty. This day is intended to remind the world that we all have the power and the responsibility to shape the future of our cities and towns. World Habitat Day was established in 1985 by the United Nations General Assembly through  a Resolution to promote the idea that everyone deserves to live. The theme this year is “Accelerating Urban Action for a Carbon-Free World.” Every year a new theme is initiated to promote sustainable development and environment for the survival of all. The main agenda is to spread awareness about depleting resources and steps to protect our habitat. Every year Habitat for Humanity joins people around the world to rededicate ourselves to remove barriers to opportunity, health, and success. It aims to remind people that the future of our planet  depends on national, regional and local governments, communities working together to create sustainable, carbon neutral inclusive cities and towns.