Although little amount of water is still available in wells and ponds, changing color and odour and deteriorating quality makes it not potable. As the water scarcity is becoming more prevalent all across Kerala, introduction of simple, inexpensive, yet effective scientific techniques is very crucial. Tropical Institute of Ecological Sciences (TIES) is conducting a training program that teaches you various water purification methods using locally and traditionally viable techniques using available resources. This awareness program is organized in collaboration with Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment on National Technology Day (May 12th) at 10.00 am at St Mary’s College, Manarcaud. The programme will be inaugurated by Dr A.P. ...Posted on May , 10 2017
You are cordially invited for the Award Ceremony of Third Junior Naturalist Course (2017 Batch) on 13th May 2017, Saturday at Grove Hall, TIES. Mr. Jayaraman IFS, DFO, Kottayam will honour the students with Junior Naturalist tag and our experts and senior naturalists will attend the function. The programme will close by 1.00 pm . Please confirm your participation before 2PM on 12th May 2017.... Posted on May , 09 2017
Tropical Institute of Ecological Sciences is offering a training program Statistical Analysis Using SPSS. This specialized program is designed to equip students, researchers and scientists for using sophisticated statistical tools for design, collection, analysis and interpretation of data. The 3-day training program include lecture on statistical concepts, demonstration of statistical analysis using SPSS, practical exercises to familiarize with SPSS. Also, all participants are offered expert advises for statistical analysis for their individual research project design and data analysis.
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Junior Naturalist Certificate Course is a one of its kind, scientific training programme to learn about nature. This course is designed for students in grade 4-7. The 15 day long programme makes students experts in observing and identifying different species of plants, birds, odonates, amphibians, reptiles, butterflies and wild animals. This programme will help to develop an interest in nature conservation in your child. The course also includes personality development sessions, class room lectures, projects and naturalist guides accompanied field trips and camps in forest. The classes will be held during summer vacation at TIES, commencing on April 19, 2017.
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