The Green School training Programme organized by CSI Synod Department of Ecological concerns was held on 2nd October 2019, at CSI Synod Centre, Chennai. Rev. Praveen Perumalla, EMS Liason officer inaugurated the training programme, Teachers from Nandyal, Kanyakumari, Krishna Godavary, Karnataka North, Medak Dioceses participated. Dr.Mathew Koshy Punnackad, Hon. Director of CSI Synod Department Ecological Concerns and Dr.Gnanasekharan, Assistant Professor of Botany, MCC took classess. Ms. Stella Mary and Noble Sam Prince coordinated the programme.
Ms Glory Dhavamani
CSI Higher Secondary School, Nagai
A total of 1344 students will be taking part in the process of GSP. Today's morning session was very useful to me. We are interconnected. That's a great message, which we must uphold in all the life time. Examples are really connected to our dally life. The biodiversity is getting endangered. I will create a sense of importance in our school.
Mr. Kirankumar, Holy Cross High School, Nandyal.
120 girls and 10 boys will be our eco-warriors. By god's grace, much happy to note that today's message was really touching. I heard many new information about environment. I promise that I will inculcate my students to protect our environment by not littering our places. Let us put our hands together for the coming generations.
Ms Nalini Priscilla, CSI Girls Higher Secondary School, Dharapuram
560 girls will be in the forefront to implement this this programme, in our school. The introduction about the Green School Presentation beautifully reveals the mission and vision of our church to equip students as they are the next generation. The class by Dr. Gnanasekharan was really good. It was a nutshell lecture. The entire day was enriched with real stories and incidents from various parts of the world
Ms. Esther Rani, Dutihe Higher Secondary School, Nagercoil.
I promise that our 2000 students will be following the messages of Green School Programme and Green Protocol. Most of the species and getting endagered. This is a serous situation. Earth is our mother. We must Save our Nature.
Prof.Dr.Mathew Koshy Punnackadu
Honorary Director, Department of Ecological Concerns