The principal of the school, Ms. Sarita Madhok said she’s very glad that her school organised this exhibition. The exhibition was scheduled to open so that it can coincide with the Earth Day, as it’s the tradition with Environment club of the school to conduct environment related activities to celebrate it.
She added that it’s difficult to catch the attention of the young adolescents to think and act on such topics of grave importance, and hopes that the students will definitely learn from this exhibition.
The students themselves were explaining various panels of the exhibition and many shared that it was a turning point in changing their thinking about what an individual can do to contribute to the environment and related issues.
The head of the BSG’s education division, Dr. Ashok Arora, said on the occasion, that youth are the soil from where the ideas of change germinate. In his address to the school children, he emphasised that how youth should strive to be the harbinger of positive change and it needs only one person to achieve it.