DATE :28 November 2015
- To create awareness about protecting tigers in their natural habitats.
- To understand the importance of protecting tigers from extinction.
- To create awareness about rectifying damages done to the habitat so as to facilitate the recovery of the ecosystem the maximum possible extent.
- To give a message regarding viable population of tigers for economic, scientific, cultural, aesthetic and ecological values.
The theme “SAVE TIGER” was depicted on 28 November 2015 as a part of sports day. It was held on JPS playground. The chief guest for the program was swimmer JalajaShirole. Guest of honour was Ms.SnehaBhatt, Tae Kwon Do, Master RohanShingri, Miss MeghaAgrawal and Shree Tanmay, Malusare Arch, Campus director Mr.V. A. Bugade and principalMs.Unnati Joshi.
Bhagat Singh house (Red house) mistress Ms.SaritaPandey has given a brief description about the theme and the students of this house has performed a dance demo of theme “Save Tiger” which are becoming endangered. In this dance demo, at first they have shown how the tigers were living happily in their natural habitat. After the entry of the tribals/humans they were killing the tigers for their skin, teeth and claws. The last part of the dance gives the message that tiger is a unique animal which plays a pivotal role in the health and diversity of an ecosystem. As it is a key predator which is at the apex of the food chain and keeps the population at a proper balance between prey herbivores and the vegetation upon which they feed. The dance demo conveys the message that if the tigers go extinct, the entire system would collapse. Through this dance students were able to convey the message of saving tigers.