Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Students Visit Hathijan Biodiversity Park, Gujarat to promote Ecotourism

DFT Exploring Ecotourism with BVDU Students


DFT In a harmonious blend of education and environmental appreciation, students from Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University in Pune, Maharashtra, embarked on an enlightening journey to Hathijan Biodiversity Park in Gujarat, guided by the Dinesh Kr Gautam, Founder of Drishti Foundation Trust. The excursion, organized by the trust, aimed at fostering a deep connection between the students and nature, promoting the significance of biodiversity conservation and sustainable ecotourism practices. As the students delved into the lush landscapes of Hathijan Biodiversity Park, they were greeted by a diverse array of flora and fauna, showcasing the rich natural heritage of Gujarat.

Led by knowledgeable guides from the Dinesh Kr Gautam, the students had the opportunity to learn about the unique ecosystems within the park. Accordingly, from the vibrant birdlife to the indigenous plant species, every corner of Hathijan Biodiversity Park became a living classroom for the enthusiastic learners. During the visit, students actively engaged in various educational programs and interactive sessions designed to instill a sense of responsibility towards environmental conservation. Chiefly, the DFT’s commitment to fostering eco-conscious individuals was evident as they facilitated discussions on sustainable practices, habitat protection, and the role of ecotourism in preserving biodiversity.

The visit also provided a platform for students to witness firsthand the positive impact of community involvement in conservation efforts. Interactions with local communities around Hathijan Biodiversity Park offered valuable insights into the delicate balance between human activities and ecological well-being. Accordingly, as the day unfolded, students not only expanded their ecological knowledge but also developed a profound appreciation for the beauty and fragility of the natural world. Further the excursion culminated in a reflective session where students shared their experiences and insights gained from the visit, emphasizing the importance of integrating environmental awareness into their academic pursuits.

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Certainly, The Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University students left Hathijan Biodiversity Park with a renewed sense of responsibility and a commitment to championing sustainable practices in their respective fields. Basically, the collaboration between the university and the Drishti Foundation Trust exemplifies the power of education in nurturing environmentally conscious leaders, paving the way for a greener, more sustainable future.

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