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The Green School training Programme, Coimbatore Diocese
Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019

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The CSI Synod Department of Ecological concerns organized Green School training programme for the Coimbatore Diocese on 11th October at Coimbatore. Rev. Charles Samraj inaugurated the programme. Dr. Mathew Koshy Punnackadu, Hon.Director of ecological Concerns gave leadership for the training. Prof. Philip Robinson helped in translation. Rev. Betholomew Ziegen, director of Diocesan ecological Concerns coordinated the programme

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Ms. G Suguna, CSI Maticulation School, Madukkarai

It was nice programme. I never attended a class like this. It helped me to understand different aspect of nature. I will tell all things I studied here to my students. 60 boys and 55 girls are studying in my school

Ms. Uma, St. Hyldas School, ooty

It was very informative and interesting. Learnt new aspects of protecting nature . We will encourage students to observe nature. 85 boys and 500 girls are studying in our school.

John Shibu Manick, parkside primary school, Nilgiiri

We have to protect the wonderful creation of God and all the creation are interconnected. I will follow the instructions given by Dr.Mathew Koshy

D Arul Shanti CSI Primary School, slaterpuram

I will ask students to observe nature. I will change my methodology of teaching. The six eco justice principle taught by Dr.Mathew Koshy impressed me a lot.  There are 24 boys and 28 girls in our school

Ms MS Evelin Sghanya, CSI primary School, Sulur

Today’s training was really thought provoking. I learned many methods to nurture  plants and got many ideas on building a eco friendly atmosphere. Definitely encourage students to create a eco friendly environment

Prof. Dr.Mathew Koshy Punnackad
Hon. Director, Department of Ecological Concerns
CSI Synod