Eco Club

Eco club is environment education programme. It is school based programme that organizes the students into a club coordinated by a teacher who is patron of the club to undertake the environment friendly activities in the school and community where they live. The main objective is to encourage the young people about national and global environment management. It also organizes campaign against the pollution of environment, fixing poster in the public places and to propagate personal hygienic habits
Protection from vector borne diseases
Poster Making & Slogan Writing Competition
As a part of nationwide campaign to generate awareness about vector borne diseases , school organised a Poster Making & Slogan Writing Competition. The topic was 'Prevention of Dengue". The students of class VI - IX participated in the competition and put in their best efforts.
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Relaxation in uniform
In the wake of upcoming season of Dengue and Chikunguniya, all the stakeholders(students, parents and staff members) were advised to take preventive steps to control the spread of vector born diseases. In order to create awareness among the parents, mass SMS facility was used. The school ensured that all boys wear full sleeve shirts and full length trousers and all girls wear full sleeves shirt and full length salwars, so that children remain covered and protected from mosquito bite

Self Inspection
The school created group of 4-5 students from classes VII & IX to inspect the school building thoroughly, every Friday, to find out the places and corners which are not clean and can turn into possible locations for mosquito breeding. The students duly informed about these location to the school authorities.
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Protection from vector borne diseases
In order to uphold the notion of "we not only have to fight the menace of dengue but also to eradicate it completely",an oath ceremony was administered at HPS to create awareness about different vector borne diseases during the morning assembly on 17.7.17
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The purpose of visit was to visualize various types of flora and fauna existing in nature, learning the habitats of various organisms niche formation in nature,interaction of various living organism with each other and with the a biotic component of eco system and thus studying the various types of eco system.

Sustainable development goals-climate change The world climate already shown a great change due to various human aactivities.At indiviual level more work/activities need to be done . We can contribute a great deal to the cause by conserving the natural resources at our individual level.

Participation in Project
Students prepared a model on "Integrated organic farming" with ZERO WASTE strategy as a theme. This model represent an ideal village where a dairy farm, a bio gas plant , a poultry farm and an agriculture field are all shown as a chain of processes where the waste or residue produced from one segment of the setup is utilized by the another segment as its raw material or food like the dairy farm produces milk for villagers consumption as well as animal dung. The animal dung can be fed into bio gas plant for its functioning. The slurry left after the production of the bio-gas is used as the manure in the fields. The crop field residue that is hay and chaff is used as fodder by farm animals. Its low grade grain is fed to the poultry as food. The poultry excreta as well as empty egg shells are used as manure in the fields. Thus this set up works on almost no waste generation. This shows that the waste generated can be utilized in energy producing purpose. Students:- 1. Arjit Arya 2. Sameeksha 3. Raghav S.Kumar Teacher Incharge Mrs.Premlata Garg
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Refuse plastic products
In order to reduce the plastic waste generation and safeguarding Delhi’s environment , our school has taken the following step with reference to the compliance of direction by Department of Environment ,Govt. of NCT Delhi. Himalaya public Sr. SEC. School has decided and requested the school stationery owner not to sell any kind of plastic covers or plastic films to pack or cover any book or note book in this new academic session 2018-19.

Keeping in view the above cited subject the eco club in-charge and the eco club members of HPS actively participated in the plantation of herbs and tree saplings in the school campus on the dates 28thApril and 8th May2018. These saplings will be later taken care of by the students for watering , nurturing and looking after them. The eco club members also sensitized the students about air pollution and an awareness was created among students regarding the need of improvement of air quality in Delhi.
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Following steps are taken by HPS in this direction- 1. Students are sensitized in the morning assembly regarding prevention and control of dengue and other mosquito-genic diseases .Dengue awareness campaigns are to be continued throughout the year in morning assembly and during PTM’s. 2. Students are advice to wear that cover arms and legs like full sleeves shirts and full pants. 3. Organisation of Nukkad Natak-students got actively involved in creating awareness among parents and community members about the spread of dengue and chikungunya. They displayed as a Nukkad Natak during the PTM’s and it will be displayed in the nearby residential areas and market areas after summer vacations. 4. To generate more awareness about dengue and chikunguniya various posters slogans were prepared by the students. These posters and slogans will be later on displayed at different places in the school campus area. 5. A team of students was deputed to supervise the campus area and check the premises and surroundings of school for any mosquito breeding sites, so that remedial measures can be taken.
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HPS, Rohini has embarked on a noble journey of awakening and arousing public sensitivities towards several social issues through an ever continuing series of rallies. Pursuing the noble motto, today(23.05.2018 ) the school conducted an impactful rally, kick started by the Vice Principal Mrs Aruna Sivraj under the cleanliness drive (Swachchta Abhiyan) in consonance with senior wing students accompanied by the teaching fraternity. The whole vicinity vibrated with shouting of slogans by the children drawing attentions of the onlookers and several vendors. The rally drew the point home as many vendors began cleaning the area forthwith, accomplishing and strengthening the purpose of cleanliness campaign initiated by the Govt. of India.
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Mission Green School
Mission Green School launched by CBSE, the plantation of various saplings was done by HPS students in the school campus area and outside the school
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