Better utilisation of human and natural resources would make the country strong and powerful. Every problem has an answer.
Our responsibility is to arrive at it. Moreover, nature is bountiful and youth should utilise available resources properly, said Tamil Nadu Agriculture University Professor, Ponnaiah in his keynote address at a workshop on "Youth as a forceful drive in healthy environment," organised by Arulmigu Palaniandavar Arts College for Women in Palani recently.
The main objective of the workshop was to inculcate environmental protection and conservation in the minds of youth. Nature educator P. Kandasamy insisted on importance of preserving environment.
Principal G. Themozhi welcomed the gathering. Former Principal S. Muthulakshmi delivered the valedictory address.
Computer literacy was a must to make students employable and help them compete in the highly competitive job market.
All students should learn computer and obtain knowledge of Information Technology, said H.K.R.H. College Professor Mohammad Jaffer at a seminar on e-commerce held at Nadar Sarsawathi College of Arts and Science recently.
E-commerce not only expedited commercial transactions but also helped reaching consumers easily and quickly, he said.
Principal K. Girija presided.
Knowledge is essential for growth of individuals and over-all development of the nation. Students should strive hard to update knowledge to succeed in their lives, said Chandrakantha Jayabalan, Dean, College Development Council, Madurai Kamaraj University, at the convocation of MKU Evening College in Dindigul recently.
Young graduates should develop positive attitude to face challenges of life and handle tough situations.
Hard work alone would help achieve the desired goal, she said.
Students of Haji Karutha Rawther Howdia College in Uthamapalayam have formed Red Ribbon Club on their campus.
TN AIDS Control Society Zonal Inspector Rajendran delivered special address at the inaugural of the club held on the college premises recently. College president M. Dharvesh Mohideen presided.
Alagappa University in Karaikudi has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kyungpook National University, South Korea, for research collaborations in the area of Nanoscience and Technology. While Dr. P.Kanniappan inked the MoU on behalf of Alagappa University, Dr. Dal Ung Kim, President of Kyungpook National University, signed it on behalf of the university recently.
Mr. Kanniappan, who returned from South Korea, said the MoU would help the university develop research in the field of Nanoscience and Technology.
This would enable both institutions to exchange faculty, research scholars, students for undertaking joint research programmes on education, research and exchange of publications and information.
The second graduation day of Pandian Saraswathi Yadav Engineering College was held recently. P.R. Athappan, Head, School of Chemistry, Madurai Kamaraj University, delivered the graduation address and distributed degrees to students.
He stressed the need to improve creative, techno, entrepreneurial and leadership skills to reach a better position in the society.
Malaysia S. Pandian, Chairman, PSYEC, S. Suppiah, Princiapal, R. Vijaya Basker and K. Ramasamy spoke.
K. Raju in Dindigul
and C. Jaishankar
Now-a-days the fear of running out of all our energy resources is the new buzz which is going around. The main reason for this energy crisis is over consumption of energy resources. If this problem is overlooked now then our future generations will be deprived of the basic amenity like electricity.
Can we imagine a day when we cannot even switch on the lights and fans due to lack of energy resources that generate electricity? Some steps have to be taken now to conserve the energy resources. The goverrnment and other bodies are doing their part in order to save the future but unless and until each individual does not come forward and understand their responsibilities nothing much could be expected.
We can conserve energy by properly managing our electrical appliances such as lights, fans, air conditioners, heaters etc. If we follow a routine in which we make it a point to properly save and conserve electricity, we can definitely observe the changes which will be reflected in our electricity bills. By just improving on our day-to-day habits of using the electricity we can analyze that we have slashed our electricity bills by almost 50%.
Other way of conse
SAVE ENERGY, SAVE EARTH
rving energy resources and saving electricity is placing sensors that control our electrical appliances and when not in use they are switched off automatically. More and more commercial organizations as well as residential buildings are coming forward and using these occupancy sensors and light sensors to reduce their electrical bills which as an end result is helping in conserving energy.
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Best way you think how energy can be conserved?