10,000 plants to be planted, as MSU plantation week starts

  • | Monday | 5th July, 2021

MS University is organizing ‘Maha Vanaspati Ropan Saptah’ (mega plantation week) from Monday till July 10.

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, formerly Baroda College is a public university in the city of Vadodara/Baroda, in Gujarat state, India.

MS University is organizing ‘Maha Vanaspati Ropan Saptah’ (mega plantation week) from Monday till July 10. The total target of the plantation is 10,000 plants in which 2,000 plants will be grown every day throughout the university campus.

The plantation will be carried out majorly at Bhukhi Kaans, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Commerce, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Management and Faculty of Social Work among other spots.

There are over 45 leading volunteers who are working on the project. Overall 190 volunteer students from various faculties will participate in the programme.

Along with them, 100 cadets of NCC and NSS will also help in the plantation. The event is organized under the leadership of Prof Hari Kataria, dean of Faculty of Science, Dr P S Nagar, garden superintendent and Prof Kauresh Vachhrajani, head of environmental studies.

“The vision behind the programme is to make our university an eco-friendly place and making it clean and green,” said Kataria.

The programme is led by recently passed out MSc previous and final-year students of botany.

Based on how plants survive at the end of the academic year, the students will be given various certificates such as platinum, gold, silver and bronze by the university officials.

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