Creating awareness on environment

BANGALORE: On  convocation day GcMAT honoured graduates with management degrees along with a sapling reminding them about the social responsibility towards the society. Highlighting

Published: 09th January 2012 10:36 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:11 PM   |  A+A-

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Dr Richard Gayer giving away the degree certificate along with a sapling | Express photo

BANGALORE: On  convocation day GcMAT honoured graduates with management degrees along with a sapling reminding them about the social responsibility towards the society.

Highlighting the necessity of protecting the greenery around, the institution supported students who planted the seedlings. The institution also involved themselves in raising awareness about the green issues at college, keeping the focus on positives, also helped students to find solutions rather than calling attention to the shortcomings.

During the event the organisation also initiated to encourage the young minds to take simple steps towards environmental awareness. Dr Richard Gayer, Associate Dean, International American University, Ryan Doan, Executive Director, International American University, B S Indira Gupta, chairperson and B S Gupta, Director of  Gupta College of Management and Technology were present at the event.

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