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36 volunteers of Rashtriya Seva Yojana of Sardarkrishnagar Dantiwada Agricultural University-run College of Science and Humanities participated in a three-day nature education camp organized by Jamwala Range, Sasangir Forest Department. This three-day education camp is organized by the forest department of Gir forest every year in the month of December and January to create awareness among school and college students for conservation and preservation of nature. From January 9 to January 11, these volunteers had an amazing experience in the lap of nature at the Batheswar camp site. In this three-day camp, around 20 kilometers of Gir forest was trekked in the hinterland and enjoyed the nature. The huge biodiversity of the Gir forest was the center of attraction. During the jungle trekking, Swayam learned to identify more than 60 birds and more than 30 trees and plants. Also the students got interesting information about different wild animals, their life style and characteristics, wild plants and their uses, and diverse soil and rocks of Gir etc. The instructors of the camp imparted a wealth of information about the importance and imperative of biodiversity in a light yet interesting style. During the night camp fire programme, constructive discussions and presentations were held to create awareness for the preservation of cultural and natural heritage in which compositions by Kavi Kalapi, Dula Kag and Meghani were played. The experience of staying in the camp in the midst of the roaring of lions in the darkness of the night was becoming very exciting for the students. Chancellor of the University Dr. RM Chauhan Saheb gave a call to the students to understand and preserve nature and its various factors with sensitivity and scientific approach. Director of Student Welfare Department Dr. K P Thacker expressed the feeling of satisfaction for the students to benefit from this opportunity. To participate in this camp, the principal of the college, Dr. Dr. Good for keeping in touch with the forest department for successful planning. Dr. V H Kanbi, Program Officer of National Service Scheme. Vishwas Joshi was congratulated. During the entire camp, Mr. JS Patel of Student Welfare Department and Hostel Care Taker Mrs. Kiranben Limbachia worked hard and managed it successfully.

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