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Seminar in Bhawanipur college

Bhawanipur college is Barpeta district dresses afresh. Only 12 days after left. The premier college is all set to host a national seminar on environmental issues.

The event would begin with the hoisting of flag by Bhawanipur Anchalik College principal Dr. Mukunda Sarma at 9 in the morning on January 19. College governing body president Binode Chandra Pathak, Tarani Pathak, Chief Conservator of Forest attached to Manas sanctuary  Anindya Swargowari, Avinu Veronica from Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, former  teacher Dr. Girish Sarma would discuss preservation of environment, ecology and wild life in the first session.

Global warming & climate change, Consumption and Lifestyle Choices (using resources efficiently, informed and responsible consumer behavior), Sustainable Development (Biodiversity, Agriculture, Energy, Waste, Water etc.) and Recycling Waste, promotion of traditional and alternative technologies for conservation of environmental resources are other topics to be discussed in the two days event.

Eminent International Filmmaker Jahnu Baruah is also scheduled to attend the event jointly organized by the college and the RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT under the Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs & Sports.

 

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