The Science department of Ideal Indian School celebrated "International day for biological diversity". In connection with this, XIth standard biology students of girls and boys Section presented PowerPoint presentation, video clipping and lectures on the beauty and importance of biodiversity.
The programme created awareness and the role of man in conservation of biodiversity.
The other topics taken up were Life of Dolphins, Parasites and man, Underwater life and different types of plants.
The programme was conducted in lecture hall and witnessed by XIth standard students (Boys and Girls Section), Principal, Vice Principals, Headmaster, H.O.D Science and Biology teachers.
IIS Celebrates World Environment Day
Ideal Indian School observed the World Environment Day with colourful presentations and exhibitions. The tiny tots of KG section celebrated the special day based on the theme 'Go Green'. The Children dressed as trees, leaves, vines and flowers conveying the message 'Grow more trees'. In the Junior Section a Poster making and craft competition were conducted to mark the day. There were a number of awareness activities for the students including guidance of using separate trash bins for paper & plastic.
In a glittering ceremony Senior Acting Principal Dr. Leelamma Joseph administered oath of office to the students to mark the launching of activities of Ideal Eco Club.
The office bearers of the Ideal Eco Club are – Girls Section - President: Nishani Ivanthima, Vice President: Greeshma Kalyani, Secretary: Remya Joppachen, Joint Secretary: Maryam Zulfiqar and Student Editor: Mishma Abraham
Boys Section - President: Brian Danthy, Vice President : Chris Alwin, Secretary : Osama Fayyaz, Joint Secretary: Darwin Thomas and Student Editor: Talha Mahmood.
The members of Ideal Eco-Club also took the environmental pledge to promote environmental awareness amongst student community and to spread the message of greener tomorrow. Acting Principal Dr. Leelamma Joseph urged the students to be more responsible in protecting the environment and preserving the mother earth for future generation to live. She also stressed on the destructive impact of environmental depletion and the urgent need to conserve our mother earth. Students of Boys and Girls Section put up a colourful and informative exhibition displaying a wide variety of models and projects. Among the exhibits the project on hydroelectricity, electronic waste and 'smoke on the bottle' were immensely appreciated. Dr. Khurshid Alam Salar, Vice Principal Boys' Section, Mrs. Padma Ramaswamy, Vice Principal Girls' Section, Mr. S. Vidyashanker, Headmaster, Boys' Section and Heads of various departments were present and appreciated the effort of children.
Dr. Nazima Bi, Head of Science department Coordinated the programme.