Adverse effect of climatic disturbances a matter of concern: Mayor

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 28 Oct 2018 11:23:05


 

Staff Reporter,

“The adverse effect of climatic disturbances, air pollution, water pollution manifest in form of Global Warming is a matter of grave concern that demands immediate attention from the experts and environmentalists”, expressed by the chief guest Mayor Dr Swati Godbole during inaugural session of the workshop organised on 'National Information System for Climate and Environmental Studies (NICES) and its activities' on Saturday.


The workshop was jointly organised by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), NICES (National Information System for Climate and Environment Studies) and Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Science.


Dr Maneesh Choubey, Group Director Gyan Ganga Group of Institutions (GGGI) firmly asserted that the workshop will prove to be a milestone in developing ties between ISRO and Gyan Ganga Group.D C Jain, Group Director while presiding over the ceremony, appealed the students for maximum utilisation of academic ties that the Group has developed with numerous national and international bodies. Dr Rajneet Jain, Secretary GGGI appealed to extract maximum knowledge and acumen by interacting with ISRO and develop technology that would put forth the remedy to the towering problem of ecological disorder.


Dr Debyendu Datta, Group Director-NRSC Hyderabad appealed is to spread awareness about global warming and other allied hazards causing serious threat to the environment and ecological balance and prepare the remedy through strategic application of technology. During technical session, Madhav Haridas (Scientist- NRSC Hyderabad) informed about the Atmospheric Science, satellite products, Laboratory Instruments and discussed various programs of ISRO that are about to come up. Bhuvana Chandra (Scientist- NRSC Hyderabad) shared an insight into the Space Technology, Oceanography keeping focus on its ill effects on environment.
The program was compeered by Dr Mukta Bhatele while vote of thanks was proposed Dr Vinod Kapse.