Department of Botany

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BEE Live (Biodiversity and Environmental engagement)

The Nature Conservancy, with its rich history of safeguarding the lands and waters that harbor all life forms, serves as a beacon for our department's work in natural conservation. As we stand on the precipice of numerous environmental challenges, including climate change, deforestation, habitat loss, and pollution, our primary objective is to foster awareness about the crucial role of nature and biodiversity in maintaining a healthy environment, a prerequisite for human prosperity.

Our strategies are not set in stone; they evolve in response to the shifting global landscape. We delve into a wide array of conservation topics, ranging from well-established areas like land protection and habitat restoration to emerging concepts such as ecosystem services and climate adaptation.

In this dynamic environment, we strive to stay informed and support our work by continually compiling the best available resources. This approach allows us to navigate the complexities of conservation effectively, ensuring that we can contribute meaningfully to the preservation of our planet. Our commitment to this cause underscores the interconnectedness of all life and the collective responsibility we bear in safeguarding our shared home.


Sr. No. Name of the Activity View
1 Bee Live
2 Daily Plant Display (22-23)
3 Daily Plant Display (23-24)





















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