Tree planting New Delhi Metro Bhavan
Metro Bhavan, Barakhamba, New Delhi being readied for tree planting

World Environment Day was celebrated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corp by planting trees at their Head Office in Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi.

Delhi Metro MD Mangu Singh planting sandal wood trees
Mr Mangu Singh, Managing Director, DMRC requesting senior member to join him in planting trees

The head office premises was all decked up for the event. The day started with an hour long presentation by the Director Operations Mr Sharat Sharma on how DMRC works hard to be a green and sustainable mode of transportation

Mr Mangu SIngh Delhi Metro planting a sandalwood trees
Mr Mangu Singh, MD DMRC planting a Sandalwood tree while senior members look on

Larsen & Toubro, Infrastructure, Delhi Cluster was awarded the prestigious Green Business award which was received by Mr D D Khot and the Heavy Civil Infrastructure team. DMRC also honoured ‘Sustainable Green Initiative (SGI)’ for carrying out plantation drives in different parts of the city. DMRC plans to plant over 25,000 saplings voluntarily in the years to come. 

Delhi Metro awards SGI the prestigious Green Enterprise award.
A memento moment SGI being felicitated as a green enterprise.

The planting concluded with all senior members of the board of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation planting trees at the head office premises in New Delhi

Delhi Metro Bhavan all spruced up for tree planting
Mr I P Singh, DGM Civil, inspecting for readiness


DMRC Director Finance planting a rudrakhsa tree
The Director Finance watering a "Rudraksha" tree that he has planted.
Sandal wood tree being planted by the Director Projects and Planning, DMRC
Director Projects and Planning DMRC ensuring the sandalwood sapling is planted properly.



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