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  1. 1. ONLINE1 ASSIGNMENT2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Submitted by, Submitted To,9 Jiji Mol R. S ReshmaThulasi.T. L10 1st year B.Ed Natural Science Assistant Professor11 FMTC, Mylapure Natural Science FMTC,12 Mylapure13 14 15
  2. 2. TOPIC 16 CommunityAwareness 17
  3. 3. Programmes &Living 18 Corners 19
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION 20 Community awareness is a process of developing a world population that 21 is aware of and concerned about the total environment and its associated 22 problems, various diseases, nutritional problems etc and which has the 23 knowledge, skills, attitudes, motivation and commitment to work 24 individually and collectively towards solution to current problems and 25 the prevention of new ones. The eradication of diseases , natural 26 resources, increase in food production, better nutrition etc are various 27 awareness programmes. It helps in developing positive attitudes and 28 effective skills. 29 Living corners are areas where some animals and plants are grown and 30 reared. Aquarium, vivarium and terrarium are examples for living 31 corners. It helps the pupil to develop skill in observation, interest in 32 plants etc,. 33 34
  5. 5. PISCICULTURE 35 Fish farming or pisciculture involves raising36 fish commercially in tanks or enclosures such37 as fish ponds, usually for food. It is the38 principal form of aquaculture, while other39 methods may fall under mariculture. The40 species of fish which can be kept successfully in41 captivity throughout their lives from egg to42 adult is exceedingly limited in number. The43 various breeds of goldfish are familiar44 examples, but the carp is almost the only food-45 fish capable of similar domestication. Various46 other food-fishes, both marine and fresh-water,47 can be kept in ponds for longer or shorter48 periods, but refuse to breed, while in other49 cases the fry obtained from captive breeders50 will not develop. Consequently there are two51 main types of pisciculture to be distinguished52
  6. 6. 1. Rearing in confinement of young fishes to an53 edible stage.54 2. The stocking of natural waters with eggs or55 fry from captured breeders.56 57 58 59 IMPORTANCE OF PISCICULTURE60  Pisciculture has a vital role in augmenting food61 productionas the world demand for fish products is62 increasingsteadily.63
  7. 7.  It helps to utilize the vast areas like paddy fields can64 be used for culturing of fishes.65 66  Culture of selected varietiesof fish will help in a67 good yield of commercial forms68 69 70 71
  8. 8. Different Types of Garden72 73  Vegetable Garden74 Gardening means different things to different75 people. Thousands view gardening as a hobby,76 a relaxing escape from the pressures of an77 urban environment. For these people, the food78 produced may be almost secondary. Growing79 fresh vegetables, herbs, or fruits provides a80 great sense of joy and accomplishment. A81 vegetable garden can also reduce the family's82 food budget.83 The vegetable garden has traditionally been84 located in an area separate from other parts of85 the landscape because it was considered86 unsightly. With proper planning, however, the87 garden can be both functional and attractive.88 Landscape designers today often incorporate89 the home landscape and ornamental plants90
  9. 9. such as flowering annuals into the vegetable91 garden.92 93 94 95 IMPORTANCE OF VEGETABLE GARDEN96 97 Improve your health.98 99 Consumingmore fresh fruits and vegetables is one100 of the most importantthings you can do to stay101 healthy.102
  10. 10. Save money on groceries. One of the benefits of103 enjoying garden vegetables is a reduced monthly104 food bill.105 106 Get outdoorexercise.107 108 109 Gardening is a natural stress reliever.110 111 112
  11. 11.  Ornamental Gardens113 The term ornamental plant is used here in the114 same sense that it is generally used in the115 horticultural trades. The term largely116 corresponds to 'garden plant', though the117 latter is much less precise, as any plant may118 be grown in a garden. Ornamental plants are119 plants which are grown for display purposes,120 rather than functional ones. While some121 plants are both ornamental and functional,122 people usually use the term “ornamental123 plants” to refer to plants which have no value124 beyond being attractive, although many125 people feel that this is value enough.126 Ornamental plants are the keystone of127 ornamental gardening, and they come in a128 range of shapes, sizes and colours suitable to129 a broad array of climates, landscapes, and130 gardening needs.131 Some ornamental plants are grown for showy132 foliage. Other ornamental plants are133
  12. 12. cultivated for their blooms. Flowering134 ornamentals are a key aspect of many135 gardens, with many flower gardeners136 preferring to plant a variety of flowers so that137 the garden is continuously in flower through138 the spring and summer. Depending on the139 types of plants being grown, the flowers may140 be subtle and delicate, or large and showy,141 with some ornamental plants producing142 distinctive aromas which paint a palette of143 scents in addition to colours. The most144 popular and intriguing group of plants in145 existence.146
  13. 13. 147 148 IMPORTANCE OF ORNAMENTAL GARDENS149 150 Ornamental plants are mainly used to enhance the151 beauty of a garden or home.152 153 Floweringand non-floweringornamental plants154 can be used in creating parks, different themed155 gardens, lawn borders, etc.156 157  Raising and selling of ornamental plants are a158 good business.159
  14. 14.  Herbal Garden160 161 Herbs are probably undoubtedly, the162 explanation for this is that over the centuries163 herbs have been used in so many different164 ways. They flavor our foods, perfume our165 homes and bodies, decorate our gardens, and166 cure our ills. One way or another, herbs touch167 each of our lives. Herbs are very easy to grow168 with a little sunshine, soil that drains well,169 some watering, and a little fertilizer or170 compost. Herbs can be grown in pots; however,171 the plants always prefer to be in the ground172 where they can spread out. Some plants grow173 quite large (4-6 feet), and when placed in pots174 they can become stunted and can get stressed,175 which causes them to be very unhappy.176 177 178 179
  15. 15. 180 181 IMPORTANCE OF HERBAL GARDEN182 183  Herbal medicine has its origins in ancient cultures.184 185  It involves the medicinal use of plants186 to treat diseaseand enhance general health and187 wellbeing.188 189 190
  16. 16.  Some herbs have potent (powerful) ingredients191 and shouldbe taken with the same level of cautionas192 pharmaceutical medications.193 194
  17. 17. CONCLUSION195 196 Community awareness programmes are197 essential among people for the building up198 of a better and healthy life. Awareness on199 environmental cleanliness is very200 important for the eradication of various201 diseases. Awareness on better nutrition202 helps to minimize the mortality rate203 of children especially among tribal people.204 Conservation of natural resources can be205 effectively practiced through a better206 awareness among the community.207 Living corners such as vivarium ,208 terrarium, aquarium etc. helps the pupil to209 know more about the factors of ecosystem,210 balance of nature, food chain, food web etc.211 It helps to develop awareness and concern212 for the environment among children. It will213 help them to realize the sanctity of plants,214
  18. 18. animals, trees, birds etc. It also helps them215 to adopt eco-friendly life style.216 217
  19. 19. REFERENCE218 219      225 226