If you need environmental missions to get strength in the grassroots, handing over knowledge among school students is a must, told deputy mayor, Rakhi Ravikumar. Hence for any successful movement to protect Ozone, all necessary information and practical wisdom must be provided to school students.
Ms. Rakhi Ravikumar was speaking after inaugurating a Teachers’ Training programme as part of the Ozone Day programmes here today (Friday) jointly organized by the National Green Corps (NGC), Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment, and Centre for Innovation in Science and Social Action (CISSA). The event held at CISSA’s seminar hall was presided over by the Executive Director of Lightning Awareness and Research Centre, Dr. V. Sasi Kumar.
During the seminar that followed, offering technical presentations were Prof. E. Kunji Krishnan, engineer from the Energy Management Centre – Kerala, Dinesh Kumar; District Co-ordinator of NGC Dr. K.G. Ajit Kumar; General Secretary of CISSA, Dr. C. Suresh Kumar; and former Joint Director of Agriculture Department, Dr. N.G. Balachandra Nath. Jt. Co-ordinator of NGC, Adv. P. Krishna Priya proposed vote of thanks.
Earlier, a quiz competition for school children was inaugurated by AEO, Neyyattinkara, Babu Victor. Ajith Venniyoor was the quiz master. Rakhi Ravikumar distributed prizes for the winners.
Winners of quiz competition: Renjini, Sneha Ashok (Victory GHS, Nemom); Fathima, Sreelakshmi S. Kumar (GHSS, Venganoor); Tina Syam, Nihara (Govt. Model HSS, Venganoor)