Seminar on 'The Significance of Natural Resource Management in Rural Development'

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Krishnaa Human Initiatives

Krishnaa Human Initiatives (KHI) is a Citizen Sector Organization founded in memory of (Smt.) Krishna Biswas who dedicated herself to progressive movement for the welfare of women and society. KHI works with the grassroots-level organizations working directly with and for the underprivileged. The Organization is registered under The West Bengal Societies Registration Act XXVI of 1961. It is also enlisted with the NGO Partnership System of Planning Commission, Government of India.

The Organization is going to organize a seminar in Kolkata on the “Significance of Natural Resource Management in Rural Development”. Eminent speakers from relevant fields including dignitaries from Khadi & Village Industries Commission, Jadavpur University, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Ramakrishna Mission, Vivekananda Institute of Bio-technology, Exide Industries etc. will participate in the discussion.

Prof. Bikash Chandra Sinha, Padma Bhusan, presently the Homi Bhaba Chair Professor of Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre will grace the occasion as the Chief Guest Speaker of the seminar. Shri Sailesh Kumar Bandyopadhyay, Padma Bhusan, Member of Khadi & Village Industries Commission will preside over the function. Prof. Ashoke Nath Basu, Former Vice-Chancellor, Jadavpur University will be the Guest of Honor in the seminar.

The seminar will be held at Jivanananda Sabhaghar at Paschimbanga Bangla Academy 1/1 A.J.C.Bose Road, Kolkata-700020 on Friday August 06, 2010, 05:00PM.

The seminar is intended for the the opinion leaders working for rural development at the grass root level as well as for the Scientists, Authors, Documentary Filmmakers, Professors, NGOs, Public Relations Personnels, BioEnergy Consultants, Scientific Officers, Media Correspondents, Bio-technology Experts, Administrative Personnels, Development Managers etc.

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