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•WWF-India is a science-based conservation organization engaged in
wildlife & nature conservation since 1969.
• A part of the WWF Global Network, the WWF-India has made its
presence felt, through sustained efforts towards nature & wildlife

Nature Club of India-School engagement program

NCI is the vehicle through which collective action for the
conservation of nature is facilitated. This can only be done by
raising awareness, fostering teamwork and social & ecological
sensitivity. We believe that each one of us can make a difference &
bring about the necessary change.

Scheduled timings:
Monday afternoon : schools around Machohalli(Magadi road) , yelahanka
Tuesday afternoon : schools around sanjaynagar
Wednesday afternoon : schools around vijayanagar
Thursday afternoon : schools around richmond road
Friday morning : schools around rajajinagar


Passion towards teaching and children
capable of handling sessions on wildlife, biodiversity,lake ecosystem,
birds, energy conservation and so on.
commitment to the time and schedule opted from july-2013 to may 2014.
handling on field nature trails.
good communication skills.

Those interested please contact:

Pallavi S.
Education cum Project Officer

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About Deepa Mohan 768 Articles
Deepa Mohan is a freelance writer and avid naturalist.