June 16, 2024

BYJU’S and Sampark NGO Unite to Celebrate World Nature Conservation Day and World Tiger Day at Bannerghatta National Park

● BYJU’S volunteers, with students and teachers from the Sampark NGO, visited the Bannerghatta National Park to commemorate World Nature Conservation Day and World Tiger Day. 

● The group engaged in a thrilling safari experience, where they encountered diverse wildlife, including deer, bears, tigers, lions, elephants, and more.

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], August 1: BYJU’S, a leading Ed-Tech brand, collaborated with Sampark NGO to celebrate and raise awareness about World Nature Conservation Day and World Tiger Day. This initiative aimed to promote the conservation of nature and wildlife while educating students about the importance of preserving our environment.

BYJU’S volunteers, accompanied by passionate teachers and students from the Sampark NGO, visited the Bannerghatta National Park, known for its rich biodiversity and commitment to wildlife preservation.

During the safari experience, the students witnessed the beauty and diversity of the park’s flora and fauna firsthand. They were enthralled by sightings of magnificent tigers, majestic lions, graceful deer, and mighty elephants, among other fascinating creatures. This up-close encounter with wildlife provided an unforgettable experience and allowed the students to grasp the significance of conserving these species and their habitats.

By visiting the Bannerghatta National Park, the collaboration between BYJU’S and Sampark NGO sought to instill a sense of wonder and appreciation for the natural world. Recognizing the importance of early education on environmental stewardship, this initiative aimed to cultivate a love for nature in the hearts and minds of the participating students.

Beyond the educational aspect, the visit to Bannerghatta National Park allowed BYJU’S volunteers and the Sampark NGO to forge meaningful connections with the children. The excursion was designed to create a joyful and engaging experience, enabling the children to build memories that would last a lifetime.

This initiative, as a part of BYJU’S Education For All initiative, exemplifies the significance of celebrating World Nature Conservation Day and World Tiger Day. The trip allowed students to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of wildlife and instilled in them a sense of responsibility to protect our planet.

BYJUites remain dedicated to fostering environmental consciousness among the youth and encouraging them to become ambassadors of change. Through initiatives like this, the brand aims to create a future generation that cherishes and safeguards the natural world, ensuring its sustenance for future generations.

Sharing their thoughts on the event, Pragyananda, Senior Creative Associate, said- 

“Being part of this initiative has been truly rewarding. Witnessing the children’s faces light up with awe and wonder as they encountered the wildlife was priceless. We wanted to create an experience that would leave a lasting impression and inspire them to become champions for nature conservation. It was heartwarming to see their enthusiasm and genuine interest in protecting our environment.”

Sharing their thoughts on the event, Keerthy, team lead, said – 

“Our goal was not only to educate the children but also to create a bond with them. By building connections and sharing this experience, we hope to empower them to take action and make a positive impact on the environment. It was inspiring to witness their curiosity and willingness to learn.”

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