Nature Interpretation Centre has been set up across the state on the direction of the higher education department. The main purpose of Nature Interpretation Centre is to educate students about various environmental issues. The centre introduces action based programme for students in the field of environmental degradation. The centre also works for motivating the students toward environmental issues by organising various activities. The centre aims at providing a proper platform for contributing towards society in a constructive manner. The government is keen on reviving its plan about nature through this centre. The idea is to put in a place, a mechanism through which students can imbibe knowledge about environmental issues. In order to be aware of these issues; students need to be sensitized to their surroundings.

History of Nature Interpretation Centre at G.P.G.C.W, Rohtak

Government P.G College for Women, Rohtak took the initiative and formed Nature Interpretation Centre for environmental conservation in 2017. At that time it was known as ''Eco Club''. However, the name was changed in the year 2021 and now it is named as ''Nature Interpretation Centre''.

Nature Interpretation Centre consists of the following members:-

1. Mrs Anju Bala (Convener)
2. Mrs Manju Chhikara (Member)
3. Mrs Priyanka Dalal (Member)
4. Mr Satish Panghal (Member)
5. Mrs Anju Kadian (Member)
6. Mrs Sugandha Mishra (Member)
7. Dr Nidhi Katyal (Member)

The centre aims at conservation of nature, pollution management and waste segregation by organizing various workshops and activities.

Mission and vision

In India, pollution and environmental degradation have reached at alarming dimensions due to deforestation and industrial development. Hence, it is the need of the hour to create awareness among the students. The mission and vision of cell is to aware the students and the staff about different problems related to environment so that we can make our planet Earth a better place to live. The centre creates awareness among students regarding the 3R's - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle of conservation. The Nature Interpretation Centre of our college conducts various action-based programmes for students to ingrain proper knowledge of environment. The activities also reiterate on reducing the use of plastic in the college campus.

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