Titiksha Public School adopted CSE’s Green Schools Programme that moves beyond theories and text books and concentrates solely on ‘doing’. It is an environmental education programme directed to subtly sensitizing students to the environment through hands- on and thought provoking activities. It also an environment through hands-on and thought provoking activities. It also an environment management system that audits, through students, the consumption of natural resources within the school campus and helps school become good environmental managers by developing pragmatic solution to reduce wastage of precious resources.


Titiksha Public School celebrated the Earth Day assembly on 20th April with immense zeal and fervor. The students shared the importance of being Eco-friendly in modern parlance. The Green Warriors of Titiksha Public School also emphasized on the fact that we all need to be green team , not the mean team. The special assembly was adorned with a Nukkad Natak wherein all the four houses competed and came up with mind swirling messages like “We don’t inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”

A Cleanliness Drive Campaign was also conducted in and around the school premises to sensitize one and all to contribute their bit to save our environment. The whole school administered an oath to be environment friendly.

Different activities for different classes were organized like Report Writing, Poster Making, Best Out of Waste etc. to encourage the students to be the harbingers of the Sustainable development. The Hon’ble School Principal, Ms. Vimmi Jolly appealed to the students to emulate the right practices of being an eco-friendly person as ‘Nature has given enough for man’s need but not for his greed.’ She enlightened them to be united in removing the garbage of plastic from every nook and corner of our society.

The assembly culminated with her thought provoking message “Think globally and be Savior of the nation.”




Students of Titiksha Public School organized an awareness campaign at Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya on August 13, 2018 on “Health and Hygiene”. They sensitized students on proper techniques of hand washing with soap and water, made them aware about various vector- borne diseases, also displayed the procedure of the first aid that should be provided in case of cardiac arrest. Students distributed soap cakes and towels to make them practice proper procedure of hand washing. The aim was to teach students to improve the levels of personal hygiene and community health at large. Principal, Ms. Vimmi Jolly appreciated the efforts of the students, sensitizing in and around the school, in the community.



KARO SAMBHAV(Cohesive e-waste movement)

  1. Titiksha Public School joined Karo Sambhav School Programme.
  2. Karo Sambhav is a tech-enabled environmentally beneficial and socially responsible e-waste producer responsibility organization Juana Technologies as a partner with Karo Sambhav help people and institution to responsibly recycle their electronic waste.
  3. The programme aims to enable a systematic and behavioral shift towards e-waste sector in India. It is important to engage with the issue because the problem cannot be solved without the behavioral shift in how we treat e-waste.



In an initiative taken by the Eco-club, students of Titiksha Public School celebrated Raksha Parv on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan. Students tied Rakhis made of biodegradable component, cereals and trash to trees. They took pledge to protect trees from damages. They distributed packets of seeds and manure to general public in MCD Park to bring the community close to environment. Students also planted saplings in the school campus to sensitize everyone about the importance and need to ‘Save Trees’. Principal, Ms. Vimmi Jolly appreciated this effort of students and teachers and congratulated them to take such a green and clean initiative.


Titiksha Public School celebrated “Rashtriya Swachta Divas” under the “Swachhta hi seva” campaign on 19 September 2018. During the programme, all the employees performed “Shramdaan” and contributed towards cleaning of the surroundings. The main aim of this campaign was to commemorate the  successful completion of 4 years and to celebrate the birthday of  the “Father of the Nation” Mahatma Gandhi  who had a vision of a clean India.




A special ‘Say No To Crackers’  campaign was organised by the students of  the schoolon November 3, 2018 with the aim of creating awareness among the masses about the tremendous air pollution caused due to bursting of crackers. With the noble aim celebrating ‘ Green Diwali’, students pledged to say ‘No’ to crackers and ‘Yes’ to pollution free environment. A special rally was flagged off by Principal of the school to advocate the message-‘LETS CELEBRATE GREEN DIWALI’.carrying placards and raising anti cracker slogan, students took out rally at Rithala metro station and Netaji Subhash Place of the state capital, urging people to quit bursting of crackers on Diwali and light lamps instead.





Using Solar energy

Installing Solar enables school to run on clean energy while at the same time combating greenhouse gas emissions and global warming. It reduces dependence on outsourced  fuels and promotes renewable energy use in surrounding area.


Rain Water Harvesting

Keeping the world green has a direct impact on water cycle, eco systems and our ability to maintain balance with our surrounding. Hence, Rain water system are energy efficient and environment friendly, requiring no chemicals for water treatment.