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REEF celebrates Wildlife Week

India celebrates wildlife week every year in the first week of October (2nd to 8th) with a motive to promote the preservation of fauna in the country. REEF, the environment club of our college, celebrated the week by hosting an event on 6th and 7th October in the college campus. The event was inaugurated by Dr. S D Mohagaonkar (Dean, 2nd shift) and Dr. Deepshikha Mehra (Mentor faculty, REEF and HOD, Humanities). In the event, wildlife photographs clicked by REEF members in college and during educational trips were exhibited on a flex. The photograph of Royal Bengal tiger received the maximum number of public votes. The event also included a wildlife themed flywheel game and tattoo art.

The Inauguration of event
REEF members also made silhouettes of 6 wildlife species from ceramic waste on various green patches in the college campus. These silhouettes aimed at spreading awareness about various wildlife species and their IUCN status. The event received a positive response by the students, teaching and non-teaching staff. It also made them aware of the status of Indian Wildlife and marked the urgent need for preservation of the rich fauna of the country.
Principal sir interacting with REEFians during the event
Students making tattoo
The REEF team
The Silhouettes
The tattoo art game
The Vote box