The Nature club is introduced to spread the awareness among students and teachers about the importance of conserving nature. The club believes that nature itself teaches life’s lessons in its own ways and enables our young students to take up their responsibility in maintaining a healthy environment. It also allows the students to take steps to avoid environmental degradation in their individual capacity as well as in a group.

Need for the club

The club is formed with an aim of helping our students to reduce stress, improve concentration, be more physically active and to encourage students in spending more time outdoors. There are numerous opportunities to make the time spent in nature entertaining and educational.


  • To develop an interest among club members in natural environment through seminars, workshops, field trips and publications.
  • To give awareness about the problems related to nature.
  • To motivate the students to plant more trees in the campus as well as home.
  • Educating the students to reduce the usage of plastic in their daily life.


The major function of nature club is to help students experience the wonder and wilderness of nature, to create awareness on environment and issues of conservation, thus promoting environment friendly lifestyles. It includes the activities such as;

  1. Field Photography – Photographycompetitions.
  2. Awareness Talk & Workshops – talk about today’s relevant topics, or experience sharing with the help of a resource person.
  3. Tree plantation programs – Plantation of indoor and outdoor medicinal plants, giving awareness on medicinal plants to overcome the diseases.
  4. Eco Fest – Various competitions like slogans, posters, Quiz, creating best out of e-waste, paper bag painting, clay modelling etc.
  5. One-day nature camp and jungle trek.
  6. Environmental Awareness Programme – spread awareness among local people regarding different environmental problems and its effects through slogans, posters, skits, theme street dance, videos.
  7. E- waste campaign – Competition on innovations with discarded materials like broken bangles, copper wire, plastic bottle, newspaper, pots, buttons etc.

Club Members

Chairperson – Principal

Convenor – Ms. Jean Patric, Department of Commerce


Ms. Aneeza M A, Department of Commerce

Ms. Athira Krishnan, Department of BBA

Ms. Pravitha K Mohanan, Department of English

Ms. Reshma B, Department of Computer Science

Ms. Salnamol P S, Department of Mathematics

Standard Operating Procedure

SOP for conducting various activities under Nature Club.

1. Meeting with members of the Club for taking decisions about activities.

2. Forwarding request letter to Principal.

3. Preparing notice for the relevant program after getting approval from Principal.

4. Preparing brochure for the program to inform students & teachers.

5. Preparing report with geotag photos.

6. Attendance of the participants (if required).

7. Certificate for the winners (if required).

Activities of the club for the academic year 2021-2022


Greetings from Nature Club, KMM College of Arts and Science, Thrikkakara.

We are glad to inform all the students that the Nature Club is going to celebrate Green Day in our college and as a part of it, we are creating a vegetable garden at home. Those who are interested can participate in the event.


Ms. Jean Patric (Convener)

Ms. Aneeza M A (Faculty coordinator)

Ms. Reshma B (Faculty coordinator)

Report on Green Day Celebration

As a part of Green Day celebration on 1st November 2021, the nature club members of KMM College of Arts and Science, Thrikkakara were took a decision to form a vegetable garden at student’s home and as an initiative to this vegetable seeds and saplings were provided to them. This program helps to aware about the importance of own vegetable at home and it seems to be a successful one.