International Environment Olympiad IEO 2021 from January 19

Environment Olympiad

City Montessori School, Gomti Nagar Campus II is organizing the three-day International Environment Olympiad (IEO-2021) online from 19 to 21 January in which the student participants from various counties across the globe including Germany, Jordan, Russia, Canada, Ireland, Srilanka, Nepal, and various states of India will be participating. The Olympiad will be inaugurated virtually, by the Chief Guest, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, Deputy Chief Minister, UP, on 19th January.

This information was shared by Mr. Hari Om Sharma, Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS. Mr. Sharma informed that Environment Olympiad is a platform to instill and spread the firm resolve of preserving and protecting Nature for a prosperous and peaceful world. It is a celebration of the symbiotic bond between humans and Nature.

Mr. Sharma further informed that there will be a series of interesting contests at this Olympiad viz., Recycle for Life Cycle (Model Making), The Hue Story (Art Designing), Fantasy Carnival (Mask Making), Ecosperity (Garment designing), Spread Your Wings (Choreography), Ode to Nature (Elocution), Website Design Competition, Imagineering My Future (Re-designing the Globe), Mysteries of Nature (Environment Quiz), Winds of Change (Future Friendly School) and Shutter and Quill (Shoot out), etc. These competitions will be organized into four categories which include Primary, Junior, Senior, and School level. Apart from testing their knowledge, the event will also provide the participants with an opportunity to learn about the cultures and customs of others leading to World Unity and global understanding.

Mr. Sharma added that environment-related problems are increasing day by day, causing a great threat to the existence of humanity on earth and something needs to be done urgently. In this scenario, youth and students need to understand environmental challenges and act accordingly. The Olympiad aims at creating awareness towards the degrading environment and is surely going to be a milestone on the way to conserving our ecosystem.

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