A four-day program aimed at promoting agriculture awareness

The “Fall in Love with Farming” event, organized by the Department of Commerce (General) in association with the Cubicle of Royal Commerce, was a four-day program aimed at promoting agriculture awareness and hands-on experience among the students and staff. The event included activities such as plot cleaning, pot purchasing, soil and compost filling, and seeding planting.

The “Fall in Love with Farming” event was organized to foster an understanding and appreciation of agriculture and its significance in our lives. It aimed to provide participants with practical insights into farming processes while promoting a sense of environmental responsibility and sustainability.

Day 1: Plot Cleaning
– The event kicked off with a Plot Cleaning session. Participants gathered at the designated area and engaged in cleaning and preparing the agricultural plots for the upcoming planting activities.
– The session encouraged teamwork and highlighted the importance of maintaining a clean and organized farming environment.

Day 2: Pot Purchasing
– On the second day, participants were involved in the selection and purchasing of pots for the cultivation of plants.
– This activity introduced participants to the essential equipment required for gardening and allowed them to make informed choices.

Day 3: Pot Filling with Soil & Compost
– Day three focused on the preparation of pots for planting. Participants learned about the importance of soil and compost in plant growth.
– They actively filled pots with the necessary soil and compost mixture, gaining hands-on experience in pot preparation.

Day 4: Seeding Planting by Principal
– The final day of the event was marked by a special occasion where the Principal, [Principal’s Name], actively participated in planting seeds into the prepared soil.
– This symbolic act underscored the commitment of the institution to promoting agricultural awareness and sustainability.

The “Fall in Love with Farming” event was a successful initiative that achieved its objectives of promoting agricultural awareness, hands-on learning, and environmental responsibility. It provided participants with practical experience in various aspects of farming, from plot preparation to planting, underlining the importance of agriculture in our lives.
We would like to express our gratitude to all the participants, volunteers, and sponsors who contributed to the success of this event. Special thanks to the Cubicle of Royal Commerce for their collaboration.