In celebration of Farmer’s Day, Ma’din Public School has embarked on a visionary journey with the initiation of the “Five Thousand Organic Farm Project.” With the primary objective of promoting the cultivation of non-toxic vegetables and instilling farming practices among the new generation, this project aims to pave the way for a healthier and more sustainable future.
The project encompasses a diverse range of agricultural resources including lady finger, spinach, chillies, tomatoes, lentils, squash, water gould, brinjal, and amara, all cultivated through organic farming methods. Students are actively involved in the process, from tending to the crops to learning about organic cultivation techniques. This immersive experience not only imparts practical agricultural knowledge but also encourages a deeper connection to nature.
The project’s inauguration took place at the residence of School Leader Shaheed Perumbaramb, setting a symbolic tone for the initiative’s commitment to community involvement. Moiteen Haji Achanambalam, a stalwart in the field of agriculture, generously shared his wisdom with the students, imparting valuable lessons that will undoubtedly shape their understanding of sustainable farming practices.
The entire student body is engaged in the project, with dedicated committees overseeing different aspects of the plantations. Principal Saithalavi Koya, alongside Manager Abdurrahman Chemmankadav, Abu Tahir Adani, and Eco Club Coordinators Abdul Bari Kizhissery, Rasheeda Perinthalmanna, and Nisha Machingal, form the collective support that propels this innovative initiative forward. The project not only aligns with the school’s commitment to holistic education but also marks a significant step towards a greener, more eco-conscious future.