VC Responds as Trees Are Taken Away From the Campus

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VC’s Response to the Open Letter regarding the greens of DU’s North Campus:

Thank you for your letter concerning trees and greens at the University. Your concern is important. The University has neither lost its essence nor values. Today the University has no facilities for sports. Our challenge is to create reasonable sports facilities and at the same time create a rich green cover. I am confident both can be done together. There may be some setback for a short period of time but in 3-5 years it will be even more green that what you are seeing today.

 

Deepak Pental

Vice-Chancellor

Trees being transplanted in Delhi University
A Tree being transplanted from University of Delhi's North Campus

Govind Singh

Dr. Govind Singh is Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at O.P. Jindal Global University and Co-Founder of Delhi Greens NGO. He holds a Master’s and a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Delhi.

2 thoughts on “VC Responds as Trees Are Taken Away From the Campus

  1. Pingback: Open-Reply to the Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University « :: Delhi Greens ::
  2. This is a very good initiative, hope he is aware of what trees need to be planted than filling up with ornamental trees as happened in case of CWG. Perhaps you can give him a list of trees from which he can choose and not just stick to single species.

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