Green Growth: A Comprehensive Guide to the School Herbal Garden Project in Partnership with the Central Government”

Amidst the bustling corridors of education, where minds mold and shape futures, lies an often-overlooked opportunity—the chance to connect with nature, cultivate green knowledge, and foster a deeper understanding of our environment. Within this realm of possibility, our School Herbal Garden Project finds its roots—a project that springs from a shared vision to promote sustainability, holistic wellness, and environmental stewardship within our school community.

At the heart of our endeavor lies a partnership with the National Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB), an organization dedicated to the conservation, cultivation, and sustainable utilization of medicinal plants in India. With their generous support, we embark on a journey to establish a vibrant herbal garden within our school premises—a sanctuary for biodiversity, a living classroom, and a beacon of green inspiration.

Securing Funding:

Central to realizing our project’s vision is securing the necessary funding to support its establishment and ongoing maintenance.

Funding breakdown:

  • Initial Plant Establishment: Each school receives 25,000 INR to cover the costs associated with procuring and planting medicinal herbs within their designated garden area.
  • Annual Maintenance: In addition, schools receive an annual maintenance grant of 7,000 INR for the next four years, totaling 53,000 INR per school.

Project Proposal Highlights:

  • Objectives: Our primary objective is to create a dynamic learning environment fostering a deeper understanding of medicinal plants, traditional healing practices, and environmental sustainability among students, teachers, and the broader community.
  • Methodology: We will meticulously design the herbal garden to showcase a diverse range of medicinal plants, organizing them thematically to highlight their uses in traditional medicine systems Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy. The garden layout will incorporate sustainable gardening practices, including organic cultivation methods, water conservation measures, and composting techniques.
  • Educational Outreach: The herbal garden will serve as a living classroom, offering hands-on learning experiences, interactive workshops, and educational tours for students, teachers, and visitors.
  • Community Engagement: Beyond the school gates, the herbal garden will serve as a hub for community engagement and outreach initiatives. We envision organizing health awareness camps, herbal medicine workshops, and gardening seminars to empower community members with knowledge and skills for natural health and wellness.

School Herbal Garden Project Submission to NMPB: Required Documents:

  • Letter Head
  • Online Applied Herbal Garden Proposal
  • Authorization Letter
  • Budget Report
  • Action Plan of Organization
  • Presentation
  • Agency Details
  • Registration Copy
  • Bylaws Copy
  • Articles of Association
  • Memorandum of Association
  • PAN Card Copy
  • NGO Darpan (NITI Aayog)
  • Annual Report (3 Year)
  • Audit Report (3 Year)
  • MOUs (School List)
  • Resumes of President & Secretary


As we compile the necessary documentation and make preparations to submit our School Herbal Garden Project proposal to the NMPB, anticipation and excitement fill us. Through collaborating with the NMPB and our dedicated school community, we are confident that our herbal garden will flourish and serve as a catalyst for positive change and transformation. Together, we will cultivate a greener, healthier future—one plant at a time. With the support of the NMPB and our collective commitment to sustainability and wellness, we stand poised to make a meaningful impact on our school community and beyond. Join us on this transformative journey as nature’s pharmacy nurtures holistic health, environmental stewardship, and green knowledge for generations to come.

Contact for more information:


Contact us: +91 7982140425 / +91 8882736208 / +91 9310768717 / +91 8384029554 / +91 8799729549

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