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Observance of International Day for Biological Diversity, 2024 at Government Serchhip College

On May 22, 2024, the Eco Club and the Department of Botany at Government Serchhip College celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity by enhancing campus flora. Native orchids were collected and introduced into the Endemic and Threatened Plant Nursery for ex-situ propagation, with plans to reintroduce them to their natural habitats once their numbers increase. Additionally, endemic species Begonia lushiaensis and Arundinaria phar were moved from the greenhouse to the Mizo Indigenous Fruit Garden and the Demonstration Garden, respectively. Aromatic plant saplings were also added to the greenhouse. Students and teachers participated enthusiastically in these activities.

Free Health Clinic At GSC In Observance Of World Hypertension Day, 2024

On May 17, 2024, in observance of World Hypertension Day, a Free Health Clinic was held at Government Serchhip College's Block 'A' 5G Laboratory. Organized by the NSS Unit and the Campus Health Committee, under the supervision of two NSS POs and Campus Health Committee members, the event focused on the theme 'Measure Your Blood Pressure Accurately, Control It, Live Longer'.

Campus nurse Babie Lalrosiami conducted blood pressure screenings for 43 students and staff, providing valuable advice on managing high and low blood pressure. while emphasizing the importance of a healthy lifestyle to prevent hypertension.

Digital Literacy: An Awareness Program

A Digital Literacy Programme titled 'Unlock Digital Doors: Explore, Learn, Connect' was jointly organized by the Career Guidance & Counseling Cell and District Programme Office, Women and Child Development Department, Serchhip District at PCR High School, Serchhip District on May 14, 2024. Dr. Zarzosanga, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Career Guidance and Counseling Cell, served as the Resource Person. The session emphasized the significance of digital literacy in today's world and discussed strategies for navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital revolution. Approximately 80 students from classes IX and X attended the program.

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