In a spirited celebration of World Environment Day, students and faculty members at Ramaiah College of Arts, Science, and Commerce came together to inaugurate their Nature Club, and organize a series of engaging events and competitions throughout the week. This initiative aimed to promote environmental awareness and inspire sustainable actions within the college community.

The celebrations commenced on World Environment Day, 5th June 2023, with the grand inauguration of the college's very own nature club, “ECO EXPLORERS” and planting of sapling by the Chief Guest and college dignitaries. The inauguration ceremony was presided by chief guest Shri. B.S. Ramaprasad, Chief Executive, Gokula Education Foundation; along with Shri. Rama Harave, founder, Tiger Walks, Dr. Vatsala, Principal and Dr. Pushpa, Vice Principal. Together, they planted a sapling, signifying the college's commitment to nurturing and preserving nature. The ceremony also served as a reminder of the urgent need to address environmental challenges and embrace sustainable practices.

The inauguration ceremony ended with a Silent rally inside the college premises, by student volunteers from Nature Club, NSS and NCC. They said “In the world where words can sometimes be drowned out by noise, we believe that silence can speak volumes to embark on a powerful form of expression”.

Following the inauguration, a week-long series of events unfolded, providing students with numerous opportunities to actively participate in activities, creating awareness of environmental issues. The week's events and competitions included; Wealth out of Waste, Face Painting, Pick and Speak, Nature Photography, Debate and more. The week-long celebrations ended with a Prize distribution ceremony.

With the successful inauguration of the nature club and the engaging events held throughout the week, Ramaiah College of Arts, Science, and Commerce has taken a significant step towards nurturing a culture of environmental stewardship among its students. The initiatives undertaken during the World Environment Day celebration will continue to inspire sustainable actions and promote a deeper understanding of the interconnection between humans and nature within the college and beyond.