The Green School Programme, jointly organized by CSI Synod Ecological concerns and Diocese of Dornakal was held on 14th September, 2019, at CSI Epiphany Cathedral, Dornakal in Telangana state. The Deputy Moderator of CSI, Rt Rev. Dr Vadappally Prasada Rao, inaugurated the training workshop attended by 82 participants including teachers and head of the institutions from all the Dornakal diocesan schools. The bishop puts forward a new paradigm to protect our mother earth and a call for action. Prof. Dr Philip Robinson, Faculty in Biotechnology, led the training sessions, addressing the teachers to inculcate a sense of deep awareness among students to conserve our natural resources and also the steps to be followed to transform their campuses in accordance with the Green Protocol of CSI. Mr K. J. Shubhakar Ashirvadam, Treasurer in Dornakal Diocese, Mr G. P. V. Sekhar Bob, Diocesan Educational Board Secretary, Rev. Israel Prabhu Sagar, Diocesan Ecology Director, Rev. Praveen, Presbyter in Cathedral Church and Mr Vamshi gave felicitations and extended support to the massive Green School Programme of CSI Synod. Mr. Noble Prince Sam explained the details of GSP Auditing.
Feed back .V.Manjula Rani -Dornakal ,Programme is very informative and interesting .It’s an individual responsible to protect environment .Mrs. Norah Prithviraj -Got enlightened about Green School Programme. Understood that it is our responsibility to protect our natural resources ,and proceed to make our school Green .G.Sindhu- learnt new things through GSP. M.V Satya Kumar -the book Green Protocol Guidelines is very good ,would like to adopt in school .Smt .B. Achsah -The presentation Was good and Use full to our institutions.The Resource person explained very well, on the topics Air, Food, Energy, Land, Water & Waste. Y. Priyanka- GSP enlights our thoughts and it’s a good encouragement and motivation to teachers to mould children into good citizen for next generation, by maintaining our premises with greenary.
Prof Dr.Mathew Koshy Punnackadu
Hon.Director, Ecological Concerns