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National Conference on environmental challenges & solutions concludes at NML

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Jamshedpur, Nov. 8: The national conference on environmental challenges & solutions (NC-ECS 2015) witnessed a numbers of scientific deliberations by different researchers, scientists, academicians and experts in the field of environmental science and engineering .

There were eight technical sessions run parallely and all together 59 research papers were presented broadly in six areas, namely- environmental monitoring & management, biodiversity, effluent treatment, alternative fuel & energy, and related environmental issues.

The valedictory Function was held in the afternoon which was chaired by Dr. S. Srikanth, director CSIR-NML and attended by experts other than participants. Dr Srikanth in his remark said that NC-ECS-2015 provided a platform where technical views, opinion and knowledge has been shared among scientist, experts, industrialist and young enthusiastic research scholars on various topics, such as environmental issues of Jharkhand, e-waste recycling challenges and related analytical techniques, assessment and treatment to improve water quality, eco-friendly coal mining, green marketing in India, utilization of different solid wastes for various applications, impacts of climate change and biodiversity for sustainable development etc.

The recommendations will be put forwarded to different forums for their implementations in due course of time. All the papers presented in the each session are of high value. In each session one “Best Presentation” was awarded on the basis of technical content, presentation quality, time management and discussion.

The speakers represented organization, like CSIR-NGRI, Hyderabad; Kolhan University, Chaibasa; Central University of Jharkhand (CUJ) ,Ranchi; Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, Ranchi; O. P. Jindal University, Raigarh; Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak; Amity University, Noida; Magadh University; CSIR-IMMT, Bhubaneswar; Sarguja University, Ambikapur; Co-operative College, Jamshedpur; Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; Mrs. K.M.P.M Vocational College, Jamshedpur; Jamshedpur Womens College, Jamshedpur; IIT-Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; Shri Mata Vaishno Devi university, Kakryal, Katra; University of Allahbad; J P University, Chapra; Jain Institute of management and Entrepreneurship, Jamshedpur; and CSIR-NML.

The conference has been organized by a city based NGO –‘Nature, Jamshedpur’ in association with CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Indian Institute of Metal Jamshedpur Chapter, Tata Steel and Central University of Jharkhand (CUJ) ,Ranchi.

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  • saturnsrim

    There is a really good animated movie about an environmental disaster. It is about a liberal named Guy that knows a major environmental disaster is about to unfold. He runs into a family that consists of a few conservatives with one or two progressives. The conservatives do to their ignorance do not believe him at first and think that by ignoring the problem and hiding in a hole they will be safe but the progressives are open to new ideas and one of them at least has a little curiosity about Guy’s ideas. When it is almost to late and the disaster is upon them the liberal and the progressive members convince the conservatives to listen to them and follow the liberal Guy to a place of safety. In the end they manage to escape the disaster by the skin of their teeth and the conservatives realize that new ideas are not such a bad thing after all. Republicans could learn a great deal from this animated flick. It’s called The Croods!

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