New Delhi, India – On November 22, 2023, Bharat Soka Gakkai (BSG) organized the 99th SOHA exhibition at the District Institution of Education & Training (DIET), Moti Bagh Branch, in New Delhi. The exhibition captivated the attention of over 100 teachers from various districts covered by the Moti Bagh Branch.
Through its 25 informative panels, the SOHA exhibition highlights the concept of ‘Sustainable Human Behaviour’ (SHB) and its crucial role in environmental preservation. The exhibition underscores the transformative potential of individual actions, demonstrating how even a single person can spark significant change. BSG volunteers passionately explained the exhibition’s content, fostering meaningful discussions and encouraging teachers to adopt SHB practices in their daily lives.
Dr. Suman Nehra, the Principal of DIET, expressed her gratitude to BSG for organizing the insightful exhibition. She emphasized the exhibition’s relevance in today’s world, urging participants to embrace simple daily actions that can collectively contribute to a healthier environment for current and future generations.
Teachers attending the exhibition shared their personal connections to the examples presented, sparking open exchanges of ideas and experiences. The exhibition not only strengthened the teachers’ resolve to adopt sustainable practices but also inspired them to instil these values in their students.
The SOHA Exhibition at DIET, Moti Bagh, stands as a testament to the power of education in fostering environmental stewardship. It empowered educators to become agents of change, equipped with the knowledge and inspiration to lead their students towards a more sustainable future. The educators felt empowered to nurture a generation of environmentally conscious citizens committed to creating a more sustainable world. As the seeds of sustainable action are sown, the future of our planet looks brighter, one step at a time.