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IFB scientists hold interactive session with 50 KV students

IFB scientists hold interactive session with 50 KV studentsIFB scientists hold interactive session with 50 KV students
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Prakriti, a student-scientist connect initiative was envisioned and accordingly Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE), Dehradun under Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change

Medak: Prakriti, a student-scientist connect initiative was envisioned and accordingly Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE), Dehradun under Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEF& CC) entered intoMoUs with KendriyaVidyalaSanganthana (KVS) and Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) to implement this programme.

The aim is to provide a platform to school children to learn practical skills towards judicious use of resources and to mobilize a cadre of youth for raising a people's movement committed to conservation of forest and environment through lectures and interactive sessions by scientists of ICFRE institutes.

Institute of Forest Biodiversity (IFB) is a Research institute situated in Hyderabad in state of Telangana. It works under the ICFRE.In compliance of MoU signed between ICFRE and KVS a group of 50 students KV Golkonda-2, Hyderabad visited IFB on Thursday.

Speaking on the occasion, head extension RatnakerJauhari, briefed about IFB and contribution to the environment and society. After that the scientists team presented different topics about biodiversity, climate change and forest related research activities.

This was followed by a presentation, a biodiversity walk and laboratories visit was conducted. Students were seen fully enthusiastic and confident to protect the environment and forests. Jayaprasad, director, RatnakerJauhari (CF), Scientists team from IFB, school staff and school children participated.

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