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 Planting Trees / Cleaning Neighborhood Activities By Corporates 

Date of Publish - Wednesday, 8th November 2017
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Protecting our environment and restoring the ecological balance is an integral part of any event organized by IGNITING MINDS. Similarly, inculcating the civic etiquette in the public is a by word.

We would seek the support and participation of the Corporate and IT companies in spreading awareness by participating in the Cleanliness drive and planting trees on 06th January 2018 and 07th January 2018. Saplings will be provided to the participants at the venue of planting trees.

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