The Centre for Environmental Sciences at the Central University of South Bihar held a workshop on Thursday on water conservation and management to commemorate World Water Day. The programme was held in collaboration with Patliputra Vigyan Bharti.
Guests planted peepal saplings and lit lamps to open the workshop. Social worker Atul Kothari delivered a lecture on water scarcity and need for water conservation. He followed it up with an interactive session on water conservation. He said every house should have its own rainwater harvesting system, as every person was responsible for water conservation.
Central University of South Bihar pro-vice-chancellor O.P. Rai inaugurated the school of education’s three-day fest Sambodhi Sarita in Patna on Wednesday.
Dr Sudhir Kumar Sinha, the medical superintendent of Anugrah Narayan Medical College and Hospital, Gaya, was the chief guest at the event. The other guests included dean, school of education, Rekha Agrawal.
Rai emphasised on the importance of the fest in developing leadership qualities among prospective teachers. Students participated in volleyball and kabaddi matches, essay and extempore rounds and quizzes.
Anshul Rai, a student of mass communication, said: “The three-day event gave us the opportunity to know each of our friends, learn as well as play. It was all very exciting.”
The Mahatma Gandhi Central University in Motihari held a symposium in the north Bihar town on Thursday. Sikh Regiment captain Ravindra Singh posted at Faridkot, Punjab, addressed the students and faculty members on the importance of time management.
“Everyone should ignore small problems and not waste time on them,” he said, adding that a person who values time works towards attaining bigger goals.
Courtesy: The Telegraph