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Eco Club - Overview


“Paryavarana Rakshati,  Rakshitah

(Protect the environment, It will protect You)



                The environment encompasses all living and non-living elements of the Earth, including the air, water, land, and ecosystems. Its importance lies in the fact that it sustains all life on our planet, providing us with the resources, services, and conditions necessary for our survival and well-being. The environment supports a complex web of interdependent relationships between organisms and their surroundings, maintaining a delicate balance that is essential for the functioning of ecosystems.

                  Understanding and valuing the environmental importance is crucial because it directly affects our quality of life, both now and in the future

                  Recognizing the environmental importance is crucial for adopting sustainable practices, mitigating climate change, preserving biodiversity, and ensuring a habitable planet for future generations. It requires collective action, informed decision-making, and a commitment to responsible stewardship of our natural resources. By valuing and protecting the environment, we can create a more sustainable and resilient world for ourselves and the countless other species with which we share the Earth.

                Environmental awareness is now a necessity in the anthropogenic era due to the globalization of society. This allows for the measurement of offenses against the environment. The moment has come to reconsider our anthropocentric perspectives on nature. Environmental education has the potential to raise awareness of people's need for remedial environmental actions, which has been recognized and acknowledged by educators around the world for decades.

The global need to improve the idea of environmental conservation has been driven by the collective realization that environmental education has been imparted over the previous few years. However, the actions taken by people and other organizations are few and sporadic. Recently, a new pattern in children's environmental awareness development has been noticed.

              Youths are supposed to be more proactive and caring, and as a result, they can change the world by influencing adults via their thoughts and deeds. Improvements in health, hygiene, demographics, and productivity can all be greatly influenced by environmental education; almost every one of these characteristics is connected to quality of life. By developing capabilities, raising skill levels, and supplying more productive work, it significantly contributes to expanding social chances for individuals and improving their quality of life. This is the fundamental reason of College came up with the concept of establishing  an eco club.

Eco Club is a nonprofit organization that encourages teachers and students to learn about and take action to improve our environment.

Eco Club is a nonprofit organization that encourages teachers and students to learn about and take action to improve our environment. The Club was founded with the intention of raising widespread awareness and involving as many individuals as possible in better understanding our environment. Additionally, Eco Club enables both students and teachers to leave the confines of the classroom and take a closer look at the outside world.

       Eco Club strives to achieve sustainable life and development through the conservation, protection, and management of the environment. According to Eco Club, now is the time to examine environment carefully in order to create a greener and safer future. 

  • Focus on promoting conservation and preservationefforts to protect natural resources, ecosystems, and endangered species.
  • Serve as platformsfor educating students about environmental issues, ecological concepts, and sustainable practices.
  • Conduct awareness campaignsto educate students and faculty about environmental issues. This can include organizing presentations, workshops, film screenings, and  discussions on topics like climate change, sustainable living, waste management, and biodiversity conservation.
  • Organize tree planting drives on campus or in nearby areasto promote reforestation and enhance green spaces and provide hands-on learning opportunities.
  • Promote  waste reduction and recycling programs on campus. Set up recycling at  strategic locations, raise awareness about proper waste segregation, and organize recycling drives for specific items like e-waste, paper, or plastic.
  • Organize regular campus clean-up activitiesto keep the college environment clean and raise awareness about the impacts of littering. Engage students in picking up trash, organizing waste collection drives, and beautifying the campus.
  • Work with local communitiesto address environmental challenges. Partner with nearby schools or community organizations to conduct joint clean-up drives, awareness campaigns, or environmental workshops.
  • Promote  sustainable transportationoptions among students and faculty. Organize  no vehicle day   -to-campus events, reduce carbon emissions and encourage eco-friendly commuting habits.
  • Organize educational tripsto eco-friendly sites, national parks, nature reserves  which  provide opportunities for students to learn about biodiversity, conservation efforts, and sustainable practices in action.







Dr P.Srinivasa Rao


Chair Person


V.Madan Mohan Rao

Lecturer in Botany



Dr  N.Manimala

Lecturer in Botany



Lt  G.J.Mounika

Lecturer in Physics



K. Ratna Kumari

Lecturer in Zoology