Outreach activity in the form of Tree plantation Drive by department of political science and NCC IN Collaboration with YARI Department of political science and NCC in collaboration under MOU with YARI - a non profit organization organised a tree plantation drive in which students from NCC and department of political science very actively participated. The staff and students of various classes planted saplings in the garden of Holy Redeemer church and its surrounding areas in Ambala Cantt. It was an effort to raise awareness and consciousness about environment conservation as one of the objective of MOU between department of political science and YARI. The drive was inaugurated by Principal Dr. Rajpal Singh along with Mr. Nagendra saroha joint secretary YARI in the compound of Holy Redeemer church. Sh. Rajinder Vij, President Yoga foundation Haryana played important role in the drive by providing saplings for the drive and motivated the staff and students for tree plantation. Tree plantation is the urgent need of the hour. Planting of trees is especially important to protect our environment against air pollution and global warming. The drive was a huge success, empowering students with substantial knowledge of environment and plants. The programme was followed by an inspiring speech by Mr. Nagendra saroha underlining the importance of planting and conserving trees by elaborating the ill-effects, degradation everywhere in the world and global warming. Then the chief guest and other dignitarics planted saplings. NCC officer captain Surander Singh Nain told the students about importance of Oxygen during this corona times. He told that we should plant more and more trees to meet the need of oxygen.The entire function has made the students think seriously about the environment conservation. In this drive near about 120 saplings were planted. On this occasion Dr. Manjeet kaur, Dr. K.K.Punia, Dr. Rakesh kumar, Dr. Pravesh kumar Dr. Anish, Dr. Dharamveer, Dr. Rajender Deswal, Dr. Tripti sharma, Dr. Ritu Gupta and dr.saroj Bala were present.