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(Protectors of Animal Life and Surroundings)

On the 23rd November 1996, PALS came into existence with just 400 members and 4 Teacher advisors. PALS is now a part of the school curriculum. It is a Nature Club with a difference, a fun club with serious objectives.

To inculcate love and respect for nature in the members.
To promote recycling of all kinds of waste like paper, wood and even polythene.
To spread nature awareness through fun activities, awareness programmes and excursions.
tree planting, gardening, pet care, cleanliness campaigns, composting etc.
To build a library of rare nature books, CDs and DVDs to be used as resource material by members for project and leisure reading
To fight against :
         The polythene menace
         Animal trade and using animals for entertainment
         Waste of natural resources and energy resources

PALS ‘ Bharat Darshan ’ initiative

The nature excursions that PALS organizes have been a very successful venture and popular with students as well as parents. The excursions are tailor-made to suit the age and the interest of the students and include visits to exotic locales, wild life sanctuaries and places of historical importance. These trips teach students to be caring, accommodating and friendly even as they enjoy close encounters with nature in all its diverse forms.

West Bengal -- Darjeeling
Sikkim -- Gangtok, Lachung, Yumthang, Tsingo, Nathula
Orissa -- Puri, Bhubhaneshwar, Konark

Rajasthan -- Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Khuri Sand dunes, Ranthombore

Kumaon -- Munsiyari, Ranikhet, Gnealdam, Kausani, Binsar,
Corbett -- Nature Village
Garhwal -- Kedarnath Valley, Joshimath, Auli, Badrinath, Dodital, Chopta / Tungnath
Himachal Pradesh -- Dalhousie, Khajjiar, Simla, Kufri, Manali, Rohrang
UP -- Dudhwa

Kerala -- Cochin, Thekkady, Munnar
Tamil Nadu – Kanyakumari, Rameswaram, Kodaikanal, Ooty, Madurai, Chennai, Coimbatore
Karnataka -- Western Ghats, Karwar, Udupi, Murdeswar, Madikeri, Kushal Nagar

PALS has been conducting extra lesson activities such as:
- Handmade paper
- Designing of invitations for Wild Life Week
- Original nature stories in pictures.

Excursions organised in the year 2013-2014 :

Trip to UKHIMATH VALLEY(28th March - 4th April)

The destinations were the breathlessly beautiful high altitude lake of Deoriyatal(8900 feet) and the snow bound track to Tungnath temple in Chopta (13000 feet). Our principal Mrs. F. Abraham accompanied the group.

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