An awareness excursion to trail 5 by NUML Rawalpindi


The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) society of the National University of Modern languages (NUML), Rawalpindi Branch organized a tree plantation and cleanliness drive at Trails 5 on Margalla Hills to endorse Prime Minister’s clean green Pakistan initiative.

A group of 50 students of NUML Rawalpindi participated in the activity held on Tuesday and later they go for hiking to highlight the importance of physical training in daily life.

Students divided into groups to plant trees in the designated area of the trail and cleared the track from garbage.

On the occasion a faculty member Ms. Ayesha Shakoor address the students and highlighted the importance of the activity and role of youth in the development of Pakistan.

She said that basic purpose of this excursion to aware the senior students about their social responsibilities and make them better citizens of the country.

The three senior semesters of Management Sciences department of NUML Rawalpindi actively participated in the activity.

The group planted more than fifteen trees to put in their due share in the conservation of the environment, in line with Prime Minister’s Clean Green Initiative.

The students carried banners and play cards bearing slogans which supported the PM’s initiative.

The students were really excited about the prospect of giving back to the environment & raising awareness about the importance of clean air to breathe in.

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