To mark the blissful beginning of the G20 celebrations, the NSS unit of FIMT paid a visit to the Aravalli Biodiversity Park.
This entire visit to the park happened on the 25th of February and was a day of knowledge and fun! 50 volunteers from the NSS team of Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology visited the park under the guidance of Mr. Divesh Kumar (Assistant Prof) and Ms. Akansha Yadav (AssistantProfessor) for the G20 Celebration.
The Aravalli Biodiversity Park is a beautiful park located at South Central Ridge is one of a kind spot and is spread across a wide area of 692 acres. It allows the students to learn a lot, and under the guidance of the professors, they can unleash and learn the most!
One of the most unique things about the Aravalli Biodiversity Park is that it is covered on all sides with mined pits. These tend to come in many different shapes and sizes, offering a plethora of learning knowledge. The trip was arranged under the speculation of Dr. Balwinder, who serves as the coordinator of the Park. She helped the students understand the park’s different areas and the natural composition behind the same.
She also made it a point to help the students understand how important it is for us to participate actively and conserve the different elements of biodiversity. A documentary was arranged for the students, who enjoyed the same in an auditorium. The experience was quite fulfilling and helped the NSS volunteers learn much more. They finished the trip by visiting the South East of the Fernery, which is none other than the Conservatory of Orchids. The students could witness different types of orchids they were unaware of until now.
G20 Celebration by FIMT College
The experience was one of a kind, and there were 50 participating volunteers under the guidance of the assistant professors and the park coordinator. Students reported that the experience was enriching and helped them gain much perspective. India holds the Presidency of the G20 from December 1, 2022, to November 30, 2023.
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