Outgoing batch leaves their green footprints

SEG Tree Plantation Batch 2008-2010
SEG Tree Plantation Batch 2008-2010

The Social Endeavour Group(SEG) of TAPMI organized a tree plantation event on 2nd April 2010. The initiative stemmed from the idea of having each FAS* group of the outgoing batch (2008-10) plant a sapling each. The saplings would be identified by the names / photos of the students of the respective groups. This enabled the outgoing batch to leave behind their mark in the college and Team SEG hopes it would make them happy to see their saplings grow into full trees in the years to come as and when the outgoing batch members visit the campus next.

The event was held a day before the convocation when the students of the batch of 2008-2010 arrived to campus for attending the convocation. The area identified for planting the saplings was around the flattened land on the way to the Boys hostel. Representatives from each group planted the saplings, covered them with soil and watered them.

– Social Endeavour Group

*FAS Group : Yes that’s the student working group into which the incoming batch here @ TAPMI is divided for all the group assignments ,submissions, presentations and what not. They work together, they fight, they crib still end up as a closely knit family with no option other than to love each other !!!!!

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3 thoughts on “Outgoing batch leaves their green footprints

  1. Lovely parting gift from the batch to the alma mater on the penultimate day. This should really leave their green foot prints for long years expressing their gratitude to their respective FAS mentors, teachers, and all at TAPMI new campus. Very apt thought n initiative from SEG members of PGP1 and setting a memorable and noble precedence. This way the outgoing batch has passed on an excellent legacy to the junior batch. May these plants grow greener and greener; taller and taller as the batch of 2008-10 would also prosper in their career and life in the years ahead – Sincerely – Prof Chowdari Prasad

  2. Thanks to SEG for the opportunity & arrangements.
    A great idea, well executed too ….
    Please take care of the saplings .. . . .

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