DSGMC Makes It Mandatory For New Students To Plant Saplings || SNE
By TOI .
Jul 04, 2019
AMRITSAR: The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has made it mandatory for its all new admission students to plant at least 10 saplings in their first year of the study period and also present their growth report every year to the principal of their institute, This was stated by DSGMC president Manjinder Singh Sisra on Wednesday.
Sirsa Siad an estimated 55,000 saplings were likely to be planted every year with the introduction of this scheme, “We have made it mandatory for all new students in four Delhi University colleges and five Guru Gobind Singh Indra Prasth University colleges and institutes to sign an undertaking to plant at least 10 saplings in their first year of admission,” he said.
Giving Details, DSGMC president said that under the scheme an undertaking would be taken from each student at the time of admission that he/or she would plant at least 10 saplings at the beginning of the first year and at the end of each year. Besides, students will submit a progress report with photographs or video, etc. to the college principal.