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Toyota Kirloskar Motor celebrates Environment Month with 600 School Students in Bidadi (Bangalore)

By Motortrend India Staff   |   28 June,2012

Toyota Kirloskar Motor, as part of its annual Environment Month celebrations, on Tuesday organized environment awareness activities for school children in and around Bidadi, Bangalore. Nearly 600 Children from over 118 schools of Bidadi participated in the activities.

The competition was held at PU College, Bidadi. Around 600 children participated in painting competition, skits, essay writing, and quiz in a two day-long event. On the first day of the event i.e. on 25th June 2012, students from class 1st -7th participated in huge numbers and painted their imagination of ‘My Green Village’ and ‘Beautiful Earth’. Day two saw students from class 8th -10th sharing their views in saving Environment by expressing their strong views on the topic of Parisara Rakshaneyalli nanna patra (My role in saving environment) through essays. The quiz competition encircled the various environment questions which definitely added on the awareness levels of the students. Best adjudged students in all categories were felicitated with attractive prizes.

Mr. K Srikanth, Senior Vice President, TKM and Mr. Ukai, Managing Co-ordinator, TKM were present during prize distribution program and gave away the awards to the winners.

Mr. K Srikanth, Senior Vice President, TKM said, “TKM, like its parent company Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is ecologically conscious and socially responsible.  Globally, TMC promotes programs for the development of forestry, human resources and the local community, believing that community-based initiatives are very important for a sustainable level of environmental preservation. Its commitment to preserve the environment extends to partnering with organizations, schools, universities and other businesses to support programs that help make our world a better place and we at TKM abide by the same.”

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