Sanctorum institute organises 5 day ‘Nature conservation camp’ for students

Time & Us
Last Updated: August 20, 2017 at 9:16 pm

Suhail Khan

Srinagar : Nature is the best teacher. With this motive and to promote the spirit of love and care for nature, Sanctorum Institute Sopore has been organizing various adventure and trekking
programmes since years for students.

These programmes are being organized in some of most picturesque and unseen locales of Kashmir Valley.

Continuing the tradition of nature campus, Sanctorum Institute Sopore organised a 5 day ‘Nature conservation camp’ in collaboration with Regional Wildlife Warden Kashmir.

The tour was flagged off by SDPO Sopore, Mashkoor Zargar from the Sanctorum campus. He appreciated the efforts of school for exposing the students to nature-learning-process.

The group of 45 members including 30 students accompanied by school administration and transportation staff, reached base camp on day one, set up at Deer Park Pahalgam.

On day two, the group left for trekking to Liddarwat valley. The trekking team included two kids aged 7 and 8. The students trekked a high steep track with difficult terrain.

Chairman Sanctorum Institutes, Shakir Ashraf said such programs are part of the school curriculum and at the end of tour there is a proper exam where students are asked what they were taught throughout the camp. The students are then awarded at the end of year.