School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education as part of the cultural week on Aug 25, 2022, organized a poster-making competition. The week-long Culture Week program provides an opportunity for people to deepen their understanding of cultural diversity. It's a time for celebration and recognition of the students as well as the school's achievements. Everyday Inclusion is the things we do, the way we behave, and how we interact with each other on a daily basis that supports our culture and behaviors to be a truly inclusive environment. More than 10 students gathered to exhibit their talent. Each and every poster had a unique concept behind it.

The theme for the poster-making competition was environmental sustainability and the artists painted their interpretations of what environmental sustainability means to them. Human well-being is closely linked to the health of the environment. Around the world, 24% of deaths can be traced back to avoidable environmental factors, according to the World Health Organisation. People need clean air to breathe, fresh water to drink, and places to live that are free of toxic substances and hazards.

As we begin to experience the long-term consequences of exponential industrial growth and energy use, we must act to reverse these effects and prevent further damage, ensuring we have healthy places to live for generations to come. For businesses, it means committing to environmentally sustainable practices to help build thriving communities and secure future growth potential.

The judgment panel included two professors, Dr. Imran Amin and Dr. Ritu Rani – SoHSE.

Dr. Parul Mishra and Dr. Bharati Das Gupta helped all the volunteers in every way possible and were extremely supportive throughout the whole event.

The event created awareness among students and faculty members. The event has motivated everyone to reverse the harmful effects and prevent further environmental damage.




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