In conjunction with this year’s World Environment Day, Government Arts and Science college, Kozhinjampara, and Aranyakam Nature Foundation are launching an effort to green our campus and improve our children’s learning environment. The aim is to scientifically plant and maintain tree saplings that are adaptable to our environment and enhance biodiversity and inculcate a sense of conservation in students. The formal inauguration of the initiative, a joint effort of the parent-teachers association, students and the Aranyakam Nature Foundation, will be held on June 6 at 10 am in the college campus. The programme is supported by KSCSTE Kerala Forest Research Institute and Social Forestry Division, Palakkad.

The Programme


Dr S Sreevidya, NAAC Coordinator


Shri K Ramesh, Principal in Charge


Adv. V Murugadas, Block Panchayat President, Chittoor

Keynote Address

Dr PS Easa, Chairman, Aranyakam Nature Foundation


Mrs S Aneesha, President, Nalleppilly Grama Panchayat

Shri NT Sibin, Assistant Conservator of Forests, Social Forestry Palakkad

Shri K Manikumar, Chairman, Standing Committee Chittoor Block Panchayat

Mrs Bindu Vijayan, Chittoor Block Panchayat

Mr K. Thankavelu, Nalleppilly Grama Panchayat

Mr Abhilash Raveendran, Executive Member, Aranyakam Nature Foundation

Mr Ravi, PTA President

Mrs Nimmi, Nature Club Coordinator

Dr Senthil, Bird Club Coordinator

Announcing the results of World Environment Day Quiz Programme

Vote of Thanks

Mrs Bindu, NSS Coordinator