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. Thomas, Director of MG University Advanced Centre. The classes will be held by Dr George Aby (Regional Director, Centre for Water Resource Development and Management), Dr Punnen Kurian Venkadath (Principle, St Mary’s College, Manarcaude) and Roshni Susan Elias (Senior Research Officer, TIES). Those who are interested, please contact us at 9495874220.
When: May 12th (National Technology Day)
Where: St Mary’s College, ManarcaudPosted on May , 10 2017