SGT Times Reporter
Gurugram, April 30
Lavoisier’s Association & American Chemical Society (ACS) International student chapter with community outreach, Faculty of Sciences organized an Awareness program on “practice to control carbon emission in rural areas” at Village Karola.
Students through presentation and demonstration mode spread awareness about carbon emission through various field activities.
They interacted with villagers and talked about various practices which can be used to reduce carbon emissions. Students talked about the adverse effects of mass burning on health, the environment, and the soil of agricultural lands.
They provided information about various alternatives provided by the government to minimize carbon emissions in the Agricultural fields.
3 faculty members along with 10 students from the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Agricultural Science were part of the team.
Students who Participated were Chinmay, Vishakha, Diksharth from the faculty of Sciences, and Nitin, Naveen, Pallavi, Payal, Yashvani, Sheetal, Vijay from the Faculty of Agriculture Sciences.
Members of the organizing team were Dr. Archana Chaudhary, Assoc. Professor, FOSC, Dr. Shalu, Asst. Professor, FOSC and Dr. Meenakshi, Asst. Professor, FAS.