Saturday, January 30, 2016

Community, individual and technique are the solutions to the problems, says Prof Sangal

Varanasi, January 29, 2016:  “Community, individual and technique are the essential parts of any problem. Actually, these three dimensional problems are the solutions itself. Time has come when we have to think regarding the solutions of the question such as what will happen when no more petrol and diesel available in our country? Spirituality can be the solution on individual level but the most important thing is what we should believe in, we should practice", said Prof Rajeev Sangal, Director, IIT (BHU), while addressing a conclave based on “Inclusion for India's Smart City Plan using energy renewability and energy efficiency”.

This two-day national conclave has jointly been organized by InSPIRE, IIT (BHU), Department of Chemistry, Institute of Science, BHU, IIM, Ahmedabad and Indian Biogas Association, New Delhi at KN Uduppaa Auditorium, BHU
Chief Guest Vinay Kumar of Art of Living, Bangaluru stressed upon the loss of traditional values and culture. He declared traditional loss against the concept of Smart. He drew the importance of “Sabka Haath Sabka Vikas” programme unlike Govt of India's Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas.

He paved the way for down to top approach for sustainable development and told garbage engine as the solution for energy loss.

Special guest AK Singh, Managing Director (Purvanchl Vidyut Nigam Limited), clarified that lack of self-evaluation is accountable for uncontrolled production of green house gases. He also paid the attention towards limited availability of solar energy. Prof B Singh, Director (Institute of Science), said energy as the essential part of life. He also focused on the science-technology relationship to come forward in order to increase energy production.

Dr B.R.Shukla, President of Indian Biogas Association, saw small and medium workers as the vital part of Smart concept and brought some points regarding connecting them with main stream. Prof BK Shukla of Institute of Science explained the economical aspects for the sources of energy renewability.

Prof SN Upadhyay, former Director IIT (BHU), said that the solar, wind, biomass energy were the contemporary need. Poster exhibition was also organized on this occasion.
Distinguished professors and participants from all over the country came on the first day of this conclave and got some concrete results under the problems of energy loss and energy consumption.

Guests were welcomed by Prof Nandlal Singh, Prof Pradeep Kumar Srivstava, Gaurav Kedia and Prof PK Mishra. Three sessions were organized on the first day of this two-day conclave. The programme was conducted by Prof PK Mishra.

Press release and photos: PP Cell BHU 

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