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July 31, 2020 00:00:00 | RK News

SKUAST-K commemorates world nature conservation day

Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Kashmir held online expert talks and student competitions to commemorate world nature conservation day.

The programme was conducted by the University’s Faculty of Agriculture, Wadura in collaboration with ICAR-World Bank funded national agricultural higher education project (NAHEP). Online painting and one-minute video competition was also organised in which more than 100 scholars, students and scientists participated.

Prof Raihana Habib Kanth, Chief Scientist Agronomy and Faculty Coordinator IDP-NAHEP, Faculty of Agriculture Wadura, in the welcome address, said that world nature conservation day is observed to create and increase awareness about the importance of natural resources and how one can live sustainably, protect earth’s natural resources that are fast depleting owing to overexploitation and even misuse.

Indira Prakash, ESS consultant, NAHEP ICAR, New Delhi gave a presentation about the Environment Management Framework and Environmental Legal Regulations and Guidelines of National Agricultural Higher Educational Project.

She talked about Trees Act, The Air (Prevention and Control Pollution Act) 1981, National biodiversity Act 2002, Energy conservation Act 2001, E-waste (Management and Handling Rules), 2016 and about the safeguard policies triggered by NAHEP like environmental assessment, natural habitation and pest management with the objective to ensure the environmental sustainability and to integrate the key environmental concerns in agriculture into education and research.


In addition to the webinar from the expert, selected youth presented their views under the theme “My future My voice”.

The webinar was attended by many scientists of SKUAST-K including Professor Azmat Alam Khan, Professor M. Ashraf Bhat, Professor Shaheen Kausar, Professor Zahoor Ahmad Dar, Dr Zahida Rashid, Dr Sabeena Malik, Dr Sabiya Bashir, Dr Tahir A Sheikh and Dr Najeeb Mughal.

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July 31, 2020 00:00:00 | RK News

SKUAST-K commemorates world nature conservation day

              

Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Kashmir held online expert talks and student competitions to commemorate world nature conservation day.

The programme was conducted by the University’s Faculty of Agriculture, Wadura in collaboration with ICAR-World Bank funded national agricultural higher education project (NAHEP). Online painting and one-minute video competition was also organised in which more than 100 scholars, students and scientists participated.

Prof Raihana Habib Kanth, Chief Scientist Agronomy and Faculty Coordinator IDP-NAHEP, Faculty of Agriculture Wadura, in the welcome address, said that world nature conservation day is observed to create and increase awareness about the importance of natural resources and how one can live sustainably, protect earth’s natural resources that are fast depleting owing to overexploitation and even misuse.

Indira Prakash, ESS consultant, NAHEP ICAR, New Delhi gave a presentation about the Environment Management Framework and Environmental Legal Regulations and Guidelines of National Agricultural Higher Educational Project.

She talked about Trees Act, The Air (Prevention and Control Pollution Act) 1981, National biodiversity Act 2002, Energy conservation Act 2001, E-waste (Management and Handling Rules), 2016 and about the safeguard policies triggered by NAHEP like environmental assessment, natural habitation and pest management with the objective to ensure the environmental sustainability and to integrate the key environmental concerns in agriculture into education and research.


In addition to the webinar from the expert, selected youth presented their views under the theme “My future My voice”.

The webinar was attended by many scientists of SKUAST-K including Professor Azmat Alam Khan, Professor M. Ashraf Bhat, Professor Shaheen Kausar, Professor Zahoor Ahmad Dar, Dr Zahida Rashid, Dr Sabeena Malik, Dr Sabiya Bashir, Dr Tahir A Sheikh and Dr Najeeb Mughal.