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PROGRESS REPORT ON ONGOING PROJECTS / PROGRAMMES

As on August 2011

NEW PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES

ONGOING PROJECTS / PROGRAMMES

  • STUDENT PROJECT PROGRAMME - 34TH SERIES

  • FRONTIER LECTURE SERIES ON SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ON THE OCCASION OF 150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF BHARAT RATNA SIR M. VISVESVARAYA

  • RAINWATER HARVESTING CELL AT KSCST

  • HELP DESK AND SUPPORT NETWORK, RAINWATER HARVESTING, GROUND WATER RECHARGE AND WATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME FOR BANGALORE CITY

  • TRAINERS' TRAINING PROGRAMME ON SUSTAINABLE RAINWATER HARVESTING AND GROUND WATER RECHARGE IN INDIA

  • MONITORING, EVALUATION, LEARNING AND DOCUMENTATION OF WATERSHED WORKS UNDER IWMP PROGRAMME

  • NATURAL RESOURCES DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – KARNATAKA PROJECT

  • KARNATAKA STATE SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE (KSSDI)

  • DEVELOPMENT OF WEB BASED INTERACTIVE PORTAL FOR RDPR

  • DIGITAL GEOSPATIAL DATA GENERATION AND TERRESTRIAL SCANNING FOR 3D RECONSTRUCTION OF HERITAGE SITE AT HAMPI

  • PATENT INFORMATION CELL

  • STATE AWARDS FOR SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS FOR THE YEARS 2008 AND 2009
    SECOND STATE LEVEL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE - 2011

  • INITIATIVES FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • UTILISATION OF IRON ORE TAILINGS FOR FINE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE AND MORTARS

OTHER ACTIVITIES

  • ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS WORKSHOP SERIES ON “LOW CARBON MATERIALS AND BUILDING SYSTEMS

  • ESTABLISHMENT OF NANO PARK IN BANGALORE

  • ORGANIZATION OF THE SCREENING COMMITTEE MEETING ON DST
    FAST TRACK SCHEME FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS – ENGINEERING SCIENCES
     


 

 

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KARNATAKA STATE SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE (KSSDI)

 

Principal Investigator

:

Mr. S. N. Sondur

Co- Investigators

:

Mr. H. Hemanth Kumar

 

 

Mr. U. T. Vijay

Budget (DST - GOI & GOK)

:

2.53 crores

Duration

:

Three years

 

The KSSDI project was sanctioned by the Department of Science & Technology (DST) Government of India (GOI) and Government of Karnataka (GOK) in April 2007.

Objectives:

To develop a web based Geo Portal to acquire process, store, distribute and improve the utilization of geo spatial data (sharing of geo spatial data through internet) for planners, decision makers and public.

Data clearing house which would be a gateway of spatial data being generated by various agencies in the State.

Progress:

The complete Karnataka Geo Portal is developed using the ERDAS Apollo Software, an OGC compliant with facilities to share the vector and raster datasets through WMS, WFS and WRS web services along with the solutions and products from IBM for server hardware, storage, backup and retrieval systems, CISCO for the Networking components and Oracle for RDBMS requirements respectively. It is a centralised single window access mechanism for all spatial data acquired by various agencies of the state.

As per the requirements of the Geoportal, a state-of-the-art data centre has been established as per the specification listed in the RFP. All the required components are delivered and installed in the Council. The Council has also installed 2 MBPS Internet Lease Line connectivity from BSNL under this project. All activities towards the establishment of the Data Centre Setup have been completed. The Karnataka Geo-Portal is expected to work without any operational difficulty with the current configuration. Portal developments based on functional, non-functional and usability of the portal is in the final stage. The Council is planning to conduct stake holder conference to formulate spatial data policy for the State.

The Beta version of the Karnataka Geoportal has been released by Prof. P. Balaram, Chairman, Executive Committee of the Karnataka State Council. The KSSDI portal has passed preliminary stage of development and has been released to users during October, 2009 for portal functionality testing. The release allowed the testing of the portal to undergo usability testing with selected users who provided feedback to the project team. Identified malfunctions were rectified. The Council officially launched Karnataka GeoPortal during December, 2009 at the 9th Annual event of National Spatial Data Infrastructure by the Honorable Minister of State for Science and Technology, Government of India, Sri Prithviraj Chavan.

The project team is working on improving the usability, performance, security aspects of the portal. The project staffs are being trained to handle the data, security, updation as well as spatial data centre. The training for the project staff both at district and state level are planned and is in progress.

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NATURAL RESOURCES DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

 

Principal Investigator

:

Mr. H. Hemanth Kumar

 

Background:

Under a joint project of Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS) of Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, and the Government of Karnataka, Karnataka State Council for Science & Technology (KSCST), Bangalore has developed district level GIS databases to support the process of Local Level Planning at the levels of district, taluk and village. Over the past two decades all the thirty districts of Karnataka State have been covered under NRDMS program. Each District Database contains spatial and attribute data sets useful in local level planning processes in the sectors of Natural Resources, Demography, Agro-economy, Socio-economy and Infrastructure facilities. Respective Zilla Panchayaths and Line Departments have been depending upon the databases for meeting their data requirements. Recently, at the behest of CEO/CPOs of the Zilla Panchayats, the Council has initiated Resource, Infrastructure and Habitation mapping using Geospatial Technologies for Gram Panchayaths/ULB’s in Karnataka in few selected districts for informed decision-making.
 

Activities :

  • NRDMS centres are providing analysed spatial information to support district planning activities mainly in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, watersheds based on local specific requirements.

  • Conducted district level workshop in Gadag district for line department officials the benefit of utilization of GIS and Remote Sensing in planning.

  • Supported Karnataka Milk federation in preparing maps pertaining to milk booths and other related parameters.

  • Monitoring, evaluation, Learning and Documentation of IWMP program of watershed Development department using Geospatial analysis in Belgaum division.

  • District centres have been continuously supporting the NREGA, BRGF, Panchatantra, MPIC, Total Sanitation program, Lokamitra package, isaster Management, Nirmala Gram Program, water supply project under Jal Nirmal program ZP website, KVK program etc at district level.

  • Preparation of infrastructure and amenities of Zilla/Grama Panchayaths using GPS and Satellite imageries.

  • NRDMS centres are providing analysed spatial information to support district planning activities mainly in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, watersheds based on local specific problems etc.

  • Technical support to district planning in resource mapping using high resolution satellite imageries, GPS etc., specifically in Chitradurga, Madikeri, Hassan, Uttara Kannada and Mandya districts.

  • Provided technical reports to Divisional Commissioner, Gulbarga regarding status of teachers/students ratio in all the schools.

  • Supporting Shimoga district AIDS Control Organisation by providing analysed information using Geospatial Technologies. The work was very much appreciated by CEO, Shimoga.

  • Development and implementation of web GIS for RDPR under the Government of India supported biogas program using geospatial technologies.

  • Stone crusher mapping with recent relaxed criteria for identifying areas suitable for stone crushers.
     

Activities of district NRDMS centre activities during 2009-10

  • District level user interaction workshops have been conducted on "Web based Geographic Information System" to create awareness among end user in the utility of geospatial database through Internet. During these workshops the utility of the GeoPortal was demonstrated to the end users for planning and management of resources. The Council conducted district level workshops in twenty four districts of the State. The activities of the NRDMS program and the web based GeoPortal evoked good response among the district officials. Several requests were received during the workshop to take up activities utilizing geospatial technologies to developmental programs and also to provide a detailed technical / project reports to plan the resources and infrastructure.

  • The NRDMS Centres have prepared Technical reports containing basic information and arrangements made in Bye-Elections - 2005 as well as Gram Panchayath elections held during 2009-10. The work involved generating Legislative Assembly / Gram Panchayath constituency wise location and jurisdiction of polling stations with numbers and type of polling booths along with route maps to carry polling personnel and materials as required by election authorities, Election Commission and Observers.

  • Preparation of Status report on rainfall, crops, ground water table in comparison with previous years and drinking water facilities.

  • Detailed project report as per the requirement of Sericulture department on mulberry cultivation and projected area of its cultivation by the year 2020.

  • Prepared Project Implementation Programme report under Total Sanitation Campaign project of Government of India. The report included necessary inputs for TSC program by incorporating drinking water and sanitation facilities of villages selected under this programme.

  • District centres have been continuously supporting both central and state supported development programs like NREGA, Backward Region Grant Fund (BRGF), Suvarna Gramodaya program, Integrated Wastelands Development Programme (IWDP), National Watershed Development Programme in Rain fed Area (NWDPRA) and NABARD assisted watershed program etc.

  • Crime mapping of several City Municipalities for based on intensity of crime, availability of police stations etc.

  • Development of GIS based district rural road plan for link roads. In several districts the habitations are wide spread, and these habitations are connected to major roads by roads called link roads. This study indicated the current status of various categories of roads, their connectivity to habitations and other related matters regarding the road network of especially coastal districts. Nearly 30% of the road finance goes for road development in these districts. This project is mainly carried out to focus mainly on rural road network connectivity.

  • Postal Code mapping with region and limits of Post office for several North Karnataka districts.

  • Technical support to district planning in resource mapping using high resolution satellite imageries, GPS etc., specifically in Gulbarga, Dakshina Kannada, Gadag, Tumkur and Chitradurga.

  • NRDMS centres are providing analysed spatial information to support district planning activities mainly in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, watersheds based on local specific problems.

  • Preparation of safer zone for Stone crushing in several districts of the state for Mines and Geology department based on the guidelines provided by the district authorities.

  • Water quality and quantity analysis for the State has been taken up and the Council has completed the generation of spatial maps for few selected districts under Jal Nirmal program.

  • Digital Tourism ATLAS for the state of Karnataka showing tourist information like religious place / water falls / hill stations / adventure sport / national parks / bird sanctuary / monuments / forts / reservoirs etc., has been completed.

  • NRDMS centres are providing analysed spatial information to support district planning activities mainly in the areas of education, health, infrastructure, watersheds based on local specific problems etc.

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RECOVERY OF METALS AND DISPOSAL
OF CERTAIN HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS IN E-WASTE

 

Principal Investigator

:

Prof. S. Subramanian

Co - Investigators

:

Dr. J. R. Mudakavi

 

 

Dr. B. V. Narayana

 

 

Dr. S. G. Sreekanteswara Swamy

Budget (DST - GOI)

:

Rs. 19,60,000/-

Duration

:

24 months (Starting April 2008)

 

Introduction:

Electronic waste (E-waste) comprises of waste electronic goods which are not fit for their original intended use. These range from computers, cellular phones, televisions, personal stereos, household appliances like refrigerators, air conditioners etc. These e-wastes are either processed for recovery (of some heavy / precious metals) or sent for disposal. Disposal of E-waste consists of breaking components like CRTs, de-soldering PCBs, shredding of plastics, burning of PCBs in open air and chemical stripping etc. But these activities are done in a crude and unscientific manner and, hence, they not only have potential occupational hazards (handling done with bare hands many times) and also potential environmental hazards.

Objectives:

In view of these ever increasing problems, KSCST has taken this project to evolve safe and environment friendly methods / processes, with the following specific objectives:

  • To characterize E-waste for their constituents on qualitative and quantitative basis.

  • To identify the appropriate technological solutions required for –

1. Recovery of  base  metal like copper 

2. Recovery of precious metals like gold and silver and

3. Devise a method for  safe disposal of  lithium batteries

Development of system approach for effective recovery / disposal of e-waste in a safe and environmentally compatible manner.

Summary of Progress:

General:

Manpower: Two project staff  have been employed (in February 2009).

Equipment: All the sanctioned equipments have been procured, namely a) Two orbital shakers, b) Microcontroller based flame photometer, c) microprocessor based pH system, d) pulsed power supply, e) copper hollow cathode lamp, f) gold hollow cathode lamp and g) pyrolytically coated furnace tubes have been purchased. Of these items (e), (f) and (g) are imported.

E-waste materials required for experimentation (printed circuit boards, cables, lithium battery cells etc) have been collected from local e-waste recycler, M/s Ash Recyclers, with the help of Karnataka Pollution Control Board.

Experimental work has been initiated on two aspects - (a) Recovery of copper from cables and (b) Recovery / disposal of lithium ion batteries.

 

Recovery of copper from cables:

For recovery of copper from cables, bacterial leaching trials were conducted using unsheathed copper wire. The bacteria, Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans, with Silverman and Lundgren solution as medium was used for trial. 

 

Preliminary experiments indicated that complete dissolution of copper could be achieved in the sample inoculated with bacteria in 11 days compared to about 40% of copper dissolution in the control sample.

 

Recovery / Disposal of Lithium Ion Batteries:

Collection of various types of lithium ion batteries and study of unit components and structure of the cells – has been done. The following types of lithium ion cell were considered for experimentation - (a) Li-ion battery (Button Cell, Non reversible), (b) Li-polymer battery (Rectangular cells used in Mobiles) and (c) Li-polymer battery (Cylindrical cells used in computers). Each type of battery cell was manually opened and analysed for its constituents. A special tool is being designed to break open the cell into its components which will be safer to operate/use.

 

Experiments to determine the lithium (wt %) were done on the powder collected from the button cell. Using Flame photometer, the calibration and testing for lithium ions was done in various concentration ranges and also experiments to optimize the response of the instrument for various concentration of Li ranging from 2, 5, 10, 20 (in %) etc were performed. Experiments to extract lithium from the electrolyte were carried out using various extractants such as HCl, H2SO4, CH3COOH, NaOH, NaHCO3, with different concentrations. Among the various extractants tried, 0.1N H2SO4, extracted maximum lithium of 20.5% at room temp, followed by 0.1 N HCl and 0.1 N CH3COOH.

 

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NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY PROGRAMMES

 

Principal Investigator

: Dr. S. G. Sreekanteswara Swamy

Co-ordinator

: Mr. K. N. Venkatesh

 

 

To mark the National Science Day-2010, using main theme of this years's National Science Day this year "Gender Equity : Science and Technology for Sustainable Development", Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology organized various programmes for Bruhath Bangalore Mahanagara Palike High School Students. This was to promote active involvement of students and teachers to improve their scientific temper and to encourage the students to ask questions in different areas of science to get their doubts cleared. The National Science Day-2010 was organized on 2nd March 2010 at J. N. Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. The following activities were undertaken on the occasion of National Science Day programme.

Activities:

Essay Competition and Poster Competition: A total of 57 selected Essays and Posters were received from various High Schools. As suggested by DST-GOI, the theme of competition this year was "Gender Equity : Science and Technology for Sustainable Development". The essay and poster competitions were conducted in respective high schools during second and third week of February and were evaluated by teachers themselves. In each of the schools, after due evaluation, best essays and posters were selected for awards/ prizes. A total of 57 best Essays and Posters were selected for the prizes.

On-the-Spot painting competition: On-the-spot painting competition for two age groups - higher primary school (5th standard to 7th standard) and high school (8th standard to 10th standard). The event was organized on 14th February 2010 at the Indian Institute Campus. About 250 Students from various primary and high schools in Bangalore city participated in the event. The theme and topics will be same as those of other competitions. The event was inaugurated by Prof. P. Balaram, Director, Indian Institute of Science. The paintings were evaluated by experts and a total of 20 paintings were selected for first, second, third and consolation prizes in each group.

Celebration of National Science Day - 2010:

National Science Day - 2010 was celebrated on 2nd March 2010 at J. N. Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Over 1250 students and accompanying teachers from various BBMP high schools and other local high schools in Bangalore participated in the programme. These students included the entire prize winners from essay, poster and on-the-spot painting competitions held earlier. An exhibition of all prize winning posters and paintings had been organized in the foyer of the auditorium. Prof. Indumathi Rao, Hon. Convener, Multimedia Group, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific research, Jakkur was inaugurated the NSD Celebrations. Prof. M. Seetharam Bhat, Chairman, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science was the Guest of Honor. Prof. M. S. Mohan Kumar, Secretary, KSCST presided over the function.

In the morning session, two popular science lectures were organized. The first lecture was on "Fun with Chemistry" - by Prof. Uday Maitra, Department of Organic Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science and second lecture was on "Fascinating Quantum World" by Prof Prof. H. R. Krishna Murthy, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Science. This was followed by third lecture in the afternoon by Dr. Asha Benakappa, Pediatrician, Vanivilasa Children Hospital, Government of Karnataka, Bangalore.

National Science Day Celebrations concluded with the Valedictory Function. Sri A. R. Shiva Kumar, Executive Secretary I/c, KSCST, welcomed the guests and gave introduction of the activities of KSCST, with special reference to National Science Day Celebrations which KSCST has been organizing since many years. The programme was presided over by Prof. M. S. Mohan Kumar, Secretary, KSCST. The Chief Guests were Sri Ashok Kumar C. Manoli, IAS, Principal Secretary, Department of Science and Technology, IT and BT, Government of Karnataka and Sri R. Mohan Das, Registrar, Indian Institute of Science. The prizes for all the three competitions - essay, poster and on-the-spot - were distributed to students by the dignitaries on the dias. Dr. S. G. S. Swamy, Fellow, KSCST proposed the vote of thanks. National Council for Science and Technology, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike were sponsored and catalyzed the programme.

 

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DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF
PAPER BAG MANUFACTURING MACHINE

 

 

Principal Investigator

: Dr. S. N. Omkar

 

  Dr. S. G. S. Swamy

Budget (DST, GOI)

: Rs. 7.44 lakhs

Duration

: 24 months
(Starting from July 2008)

 

The project work of design and development of paper bag making machine is being carried out in the Department of aerospace engineering, Indian Institute of Science.

Paper bag making machine for 2 different types of bags are being developed.

1. Simple bag making machine

2. Box bottom type bag

After the demonstration of folding mechanism, the automatic gumming mechanism has been designed and it is under testing. The thickness of the gum, flow of the gum, the speed of gumming process is under test.

Box bottom bag has the most complex type of mechanism to integrate since it has long sequence of cycle to follow to prepare one bag. This design is challenging not only in folding but also in gumming process. The design synthesis has been done. The machine has been fabricated and is put under test for its folding mechanism. The gumming mechanism for this machine is being fabricated and to be tested for its working.

The third design for the paper bag making machines to make flat bottom bag has been made and it is under fabrication. This type of bag has a simple sequence of cycle to follow to make the entire bag. This bag requires a single fold-single gumming sequence. It has double drive mechanism which reduces the cost of the machine. The preliminary CADD drawings have been made to fabricate the machine. The preliminary mechanism-design for actuation of cams and folds has been done. Fabrication of this third machine is under progress.

Future work

1. Fabrication of a third prototype to demonstrate the folding process and gumming process

2. Testing of machines

 

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"WASH" - ECO WATER LITERACY CAMPAIGN 2009 - KARNATAKA

 

 

 

Principal Investigator

: A. R. Shivakumar

Budget (DST, GOI)

: Rs. 5 lakhs

Duration

: 12 months
(Starting from April 2009)

 

 

Department of Science and Technology, Government of India has sanctioned a project titled "Networking for "WASH" - Eco Water Literacy Campaign 2009 (Karnataka)" to conduct activities and create awareness about "Water, Sanitation and Hygiene" in the State.

KSCST organized one day workshop on "Rainwater Harvesting, Groundwater recharge and Municipal Solid Waste Management for IISc Staff on 9th July 2009 at Choksi Hall, IISc, Bangalore.

KSCST in collaboration with Environmental Support Group (ESG) organized three workshops on the following topics.

  • "Exploring Environmental Education Behind the Classroom" organized for Teachers 9th - 11th July 2009 at Bangalore. Teachers from ICSE, CBSE, and State syllabus teaching schools participated actively.

  • "Urban Lakes as Ecological Cultural and Public Spaces" organised on 26th September 2009 at Lalbagh Bangalore. Justice Santosh Hegde, Hon’ble Lokayukta and formerly Judge of Supreme Court of India has delivered the keynote address. Mr. A T Ramaswamy, Formerly Chairman of the Joint House Committee of Karnataka Legislature on Encroachment of Government Lands in Bangalore City / Urban District has delivered the concluding remarks. Eminent scientists and Environmentalists delivered the Technical lectures.

  • Organized workshop on "How to make our homes Environmentally Just?" at Regional Institute of Co-operative Management, Padmanabhanagar, Bangalore on 7th November 2009. Over 80 participants participated in the workshop.

  • KSCST in collaboration with Bharat Gyan Vignan Sameethi (BGVS), workshops and Kala Jathas are organized at Gulbarga District with the title of "Jalave Jeevana".

  • Organized workshops at Gulbarga on 03.09.2009 on "Present situation on water, Water & Health, Rainwater harvesting & Groundwater recharge" Gram Panchayat Presidents, Anganavadi workers and Primary School Teachers participated in the workshop.

  • Organized a workshop at Afzalpur on 09.09.2009 on "Government programmes on Water, Health & Hygiene, Eco friendly sanitation system". Primary School Teachers, Anganavadi Workers and NGO Members from Afzalpur taluk participated in the workshop.

  • Organized Nine Kala Jathas at Srinivas Saradagi, Taj Sultan, Aurad, Lad Mugali, Munnali, Madana Hipparagi, Baluragi, Atanoor and Choudapura in Gulbarga & Aland Taluk.

  • Council published "Amruthavarshini" - the booklet in Kannada. This book has technical details of rainwater harvesting and ground water recharge in detail for all categories of beneficiaries in the society and the illustrations are cost effective with simple techniques.

 

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WORKSHOPS ON "IDENTIFICATION OF STRATEGIES FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY NEEDS IN THE STATE OF KARNATAKA - PHASE I"

 

 

Principal Investigator

: Dr. S. G. Sreekanteswara Swamy

Budget (DST, GOI)

: Rs. 8 lakhs (DST - GOI)

Duration

: 3 months (From April 2010)

 

 

Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology conducted a study / survey under the title "Identification of Strategies for mapping of S&T needs in the State of Karnataka". This project was funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, New Delhi (DST, GOI). This study was conducted throughout the State to identify location - specific problems and to prepare an inventory of such problems requiring science and technology interventions. The study contains data on sectors namely, agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture, sericulture, animal husbandry, irrigation, health and hygiene, drinking water, traditional crafts, environment and ecology, non-conventional energy and natural disasters and hazards. This report has been submitted to the DST, GOI.

Further, KSCST is intended to provide a common platform by way of organizing two-day workshops in each of these sectors where officials from relevant government department, NGO's and academicians would be invited to participate. The mutual interaction during the workshop would help administrators in understanding of the problems at various levels, to prioritize depending on the severity of problems and take remedial measures through S&T interventions.

In this background, the following workshops will be organized in different parts of Karnataka during April - June 2010. KSCST has discussed with the concerned Government Departments for the co-operation and support for better participation of their personnel in these workshops.

  • Workshop on "Recent Trends in Water Quality and Sustainable Management" -Davanagere

  • Workshop on "Sustainable Rural Livelihood Security through Animal Husbandry and allied activities" - Bangalore

  • Workshops on "Environmental Stability through preservation and restorations of the ecological balance" - Sirsi, Uttara Kannada

  • Workshop on "Integrated Horticulture Development and Management for effective economic and Sustainable Opportunities" - Bangalore

 

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