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Conference on Environmental  Degradation and Global Health 2015 Concludes

The National Conference on Environmental Degradation and Global Health 2015” had been organized by ESW Society, Khajuraho in World Heritage Khajuraho. This event aimed to highlight the translational nature of modern research, with emphasis on both basic and applied environmental science.

Khajuraho: The “2nd National Conference on Environmental Degradation and Global Health 2015”  had been organized by ESW Society, Khajuraho in World Heritage Khajuraho, India, from February 01-02, 2015. This event aimed to highlight the translational nature of modern research, with emphasis on both basic and applied environmental science. Presentations would focus among others on Global health Scenario, Environment Scenario, Wildlife and Biodiversity Scenario and possible solution by Technological Approach. The object was to provide a platform to Educational Administrators, College Principals, Deans, Readers, Head of Departments, Professors, Assistant Professors, Scientists, Environmentalist, Researchers, Young scientists and Students to disseminate knowledge related to Impact of Environmental Degradation on Global Health. This was informed by Dr. Ahawani Kumar Dubey. 

The National Conference on “Environmental Degradation and Global Health”  was Organized By Environment & Social Welfare Society, Khajuraho Madhya Pradesh, India held in Hotel Green House, Khajuraho in Association with Bundelkhand Extended Region, Chapter, Chitrakoot,National Academy of Sciences India, Sponsored by MP Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal.

The object of the conference was to provide a platform to Educational Administrators, College Principals, Deans, Readers, Head of Departments, Professors, Assistant Professors, Scientists, Environmentalist, Researchers, Young scientists and Students to disseminate knowledge related to Impact of Environmental Degradation on Global health.

The principal goal of this conference was to present some of the latest outstanding breakthroughs in Environment and global health, to bring together both young and experienced scientists from all regions of the world, and to open up avenues for research collaborations at regional  and global level. With the theme tot ake some positive steps towards improving our Earth for future generation. The  National conference  was inaugurated by Prof. K. N. Singh Yadava, Vice-Chancellor, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur MP, Dr. S. N. Pandey, Vice Chancellor, Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Zero, Arunachal Pradesh, Prof. Vinod Prakash

Sharma, Padmshree, NASI-ICMR Chair Distinguished Professor (Public Health Res.) Centre of Rural Development & Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, Dr. Sneh Bhargava, Professor Emeritus & Formerly Director, AIIMS, New Delhi with the gracious presence of Chief Speaker Prof. U. C. Shrivastava, Allahabad University, Allahabad, Dr. Niraj Kumar, Executive Secretary, National Academy of Sciences India, Allahabad and Special Guest Dr. Rajesh Saxena Sr. Scientist, Madhya Pradesh Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal, Fellows/Members of the Environment and Social Welfare Society, Khajuraho, Scientists of Godavari Academy of Science and Technology, Chhatarpur, and other distinguished guests

participants from various parts of India including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Udisha, Bihar, Maharastra, Rajsthan, Uttarakhand, Uttaranchal, Haryana, Tripura, West Bangal, Karnataka, Gujarat, and including media were participated in conference. More than two hundred listener were present in the conference.

Prof. K. N. Singh Yadava, Vice-Chancellor, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur emphasized on GlobalWarming, Climate Sensitive Disease and Natural Balance of the Earth. Dr. S. N. Pandey, Vice Chancellor, Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Zero, Arunachal Pradesh speech on Global peace. Prof. Vinod Prakash Sharma, NASI-ICMR Chair Distinguished Professor said Human and Global health should be first priority for human beings.

Dr. Sneh Bhargava, Professor Emeritus & Formerly Director, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), New Delhi said that there is an urgent need to adopt the preventive measure regarding global health. Dr. Ashwani Kumar Dubey delivered his Presidential Address emphasized the role of Environment and Social Welfare Society in Environmental Degradation on Global health, and possible solution by Technological Approach. Prof. U. C. Shrivastava, Allahabad University, Allahabad delivered a Special Lecture on Oxidative stress.

: After the inauguration, the technical sessions were held. In the Valedictory & Award Ceremony: Prof. R. S. Chauhan, Former Director Fisheries, Uttarakhand was the Chief Guest and Chief Speaker of Valedictory & Award ceremony. He delivered a lecture on Global

warming. Dr. S. N. Pandey, Vice Chancellor, Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Zero, Arunachal Pradesh was the President of this function. Special Guest were Neeta Rathore, Sub Divisional Magistrate, Tahseel Rajnagar, Dr. Shivesh Pratap Singh, Secretary BER Chapter, Chitrakoot NASI, Dr. Surendra Singh Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur and other eminent scientist were present on this occasion.

 

National Amazing Godavari Memorial Award to Dr. S. N. Pandey, Vice Chancellor, Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Zero, Arunachal Pradesh of the Conference. Lifetime Achievement Award to Prof. K. N. Singh Yadava, VC, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, MP. Environmental Conservation Citizen Award present to Padmshree Vinod Prakash Sharma, NASI-ICMR Chair Distinguished Professor and Dr. Sneh Bhargava, Professor Emeritus & Formerly Director, AIIMS, New Delhi.Young Environmentalist Award to Dr. R. K. Singh, Banda, Uttar Pradesh Best Paper Presentation Award in each technical session to Dr. Varsha Aglawe, Madhya Pradesh; Dr. Vani Mishra, Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Bibhu S. Behera, Udisha; Dr. Tumul Singh, Uttar Pradesh Fellowship of ESW Society, Khajuraho Awarded to Dr. Ajay Kumar Pandey, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh and Dr. Aditya Narayan, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh. Dr. Shivesh Pratap Singh, Satna, Madhya Pradesh. Appreciation Award to members of ESW Society who have actively support was honoured Prof. Prahlad Dubey, Prof. Archana Chouhan, Dr. Vibhu Santost Behera, Mr. Rajendra Namdev, and Dr. Anil Mehra.

The conference was conducted and vote of thanks was given by Dr. Ahawani Kumar Dubey.

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