Srinagar: Students of Banat Educational Institute, an institute run by Jammu and Kashmir Yateem Trust (JKYT), on Monday visited Dachigam National Park with an enthusiasm to know about the wild life conservation and natural habitat of Kashmir’s wildlife.
The trip was organized by Avvncor Initiates in collaboration with Wildlife Conservation Fund, Youth Parliament Jammu and Kashmir. According to the organizers, the trip regarding the transformation of education helped the students to observe the diverse wildlife in its natural habitat as well as learn about its conservation.
It was not a regular trip, but a strategically planned educational tour, they said, adding that the students enjoyed the trip both in terms of recreation as well as information. The educational aspect was well handled by Wildlife Conservation Fund, they added.
The students also watched documentary films at the Nature Interpretation Centre. Wildlife Experts also interacted with the students there. “The feedback received from the students is evident of the success of this effort”, the organizers claimed.
Event coordinator, Amaan Imtiyaz appreciated the sincere efforts of the Nadeem Qadri, Environmental Law and Executive Director, Wildlife Conservation Fund. He also thanked Z. A. Tak, patron of Jammu and Kashmir Yateem Trust, for his trust and support.