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In times of Climate Change, Students Empowered on Non-Conventional Energy

Mr. Reuter Balzack M Sangma addressing the Students on Renewable Energy
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Tura, Meghalaya, Aug. 25. On 24th August, the Department of Physics, Don Bosco College,Tura organized a guest lecture for the science graduates  to mark the celebrations of National Renewable Energy Day or Akshay Urja Diwas. Shri Reuter Balzack M Sangma, an eminent educator from Tura Government College,was invited as the resource person.

Shri Mahidhar Rajbonshi, Head of the Department of Physics, welcomed the resource person, dignitaries, faculty members and participating students on behalf of the department. The Principal, Fr. Bivan Rodriques Mukhim SDB, in his address emphasised the need for urgently moving towards renewable sources of energy in the light of looming natural calamities due to climate change. He highlighted some of the measures taken by the college to conserve energy and plans to install solar panels in the college.


 Shri Reuter Balzack M Sangma, Asstt. Prof. Tura Government College, the resource person, gave a compelling presentation on the various forms of renewable energy that are currently available and those that are at experimental stages. He talked at length on topics like geothermal energy, tidal energy and bioenergy with elaborate arguments for their merits and demerits. The informational presentation was enriching for the students.


National Renewable Energy Day” is celebrated by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of Indiaon 20th August- the birthday of Late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi- to spread awareness about the development and adoption of renewable energy in India. Climate change is for real and we are able to see its impact more evidently today because it is affecting every life form.  Discussions, education and appropriate action in line can bring about a positive change; that the coming years may be safe and secure for our children and our children's children. The northeast is blessed abundantly with natural resources and scenic beauty. We realise that just having trees and mountains in our immediate surroundings may not ensure a safe environment,but a large scale and widespread effort and care for nature and resources is needed. If not, natural and man made calamities can sweep out nature and with it the culture and identity of the tribes and peoples of the region.

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