Mumbai: Students develop compost kits for a 'waste-free' Vinayaka fete

  • | Wednesday | 11th September, 2019

Students of Mount Litera International School here have undertaken an initiative to celebrate a "waste-free Ganesh Chaturthi". The students created DIY composing kits that help to convert all degradable waste to fertilizers which is cost-effective. Sharing her thoughts on the initiative, Ms Mona Seervai, Head of school – Mount Litera School International said, "Mount Litera School International follows the IB curriculum that focuses on enquiry-based learning. Our idea was to allow the children to conduct own research and understand issues that mar the society. From an academic standpoint, our students had to undertake basic research, understand the science behind composting and then apply their understanding for the betterment of the community."

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