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“Save wildlife” was the message in the 63rd Wildlife week celebrated on Thursday at Sajjangarh Biological Park. Spot painting was organised to promote this message.
Celebrating the 63rd Wildlife week in Sajjangarh Biological Park, spot painting was organised to promote the message of saving wildlife. As per Forest conservator Hariny V 81 students of 16 schools participated in the junior group and 86 students of 20 schools participated in the senior group for spot painting.
The subject given to junior students was “Environment(Humara Paryavaran)” and that given to the senior students was based on “Wildlife our saviours(Vanyajeev Humare Rakshak)”. Students bagging first, second and third positions in the painting competition will be awarded on 7th September in a function.
Retired Forest officer PS Chundawat, Shaitan Singh Devra, Tejveer Singh, Narpat Singh and Ganeshi Lal Gothwal were present on the occasion along with few others.
The program for today was planned as quiz competition. Final round of the quiz will be held on 7th September.