Nagaland: Students introduce plantable badges in Kohima
Kohima, Sep.10 (EMN): In order to encourage use of eco-friendly products and entrepreneurial spirit among the students, Sociology students of St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama, introduced a plantable badge on September 9.
Keneisezo Thomas Belho, a post graduate student of Sociology and founder of Kenbel newspaper pencil, informed that he has initiated the programme in order to create awareness and protect the environment.
Belho along with Medonuo Pienyü, head of Sociology department, and Dr. Fr. Pezalhoukho George, PG coordinator, officially launched the eco-friendly badges at a classroom on Friday.
While exuding hope that his project would bear positive results, Belho stated that the concept of plantable badge was a new subject in the state though it has already been successful in other parts of the country.
According to him, such plantable badges, being introduced in the college, could be the first of its kind in Nagaland. He has informed to introduce plantable pencil during the phase-2 in the days to come.