Students of Presidium celebrated International Tiger Day, wherein a variety of activities and programs were carried to promote the cause of ‘Save our Tigers.’ A special Morning Assembly was conducted where students of Grade VIII presented an informational speech. Students were asked some general knowledge questions to motivate all to become sensitive to the cause, especially the youth, as they are the future stakeholder of the country. After the morning assembly, students of Grade VI prepared masks of tigers in their Art & Craft Class to understand this day in a fun way. Also, Grade VII students made beautiful sketches and slogans to sensitize the youth and the concerned citizens to understand the importance of tigers in the forest ecosystem and how it affects humans. The teachers appreciated the commendable efforts of the students and urged them to stop using leather products and become responsible for the environment and make this world a better place to live for all living beings.