BENGALURU: In its efforts to move green, Bangalore University has installed a 495 KW of sun power undertaking on its Jnana Bharathi campus.
In collaboration with Think Energy University, the vice-chancellor Prof Venugopal K R, inaugurated the solar undertaking.
With this, 790 tonnes of carbon dioxide will sink every 12 months, lowering the carbon footprint.
“BU calls for about 500 KW energy. The present solar installation will supply an output of 495 KW. This University will lessen the burden on government power delivery. At gift, the University is paying Rs. 7.15 in line with the unit to BESCOM, while this facility will reduce it to Rs. 3.83 in line with unit strength, consequently saving 50% of the price,” stated a press launch from the University.
The solar panels are installed on six buildings of the college covering 50000 square ft.
The generated solar strength may be uploaded to the BESCOM grid and received lower back by the University. University has enough roof pinnacle area to generate 2MW ability solar power, which can be utilized in Destiny.
Kalamahostav held in PunePUNE: Close to 500 students from 20 one-of-a-kind government colleges throughout the city positioned their satisfactory foot ahead as they rendered more than a few performances in dance, song, and theatre. NGO Salaam Bombay Foundation organized a special occasion aptly named ‘Kalamahostav’ at Jyotsna Bhole Sabhagruha, a testimony to the power of the acting art and its big difference make to the lifestyles of young adolescents; an announcement issued through the organizers stated.
A highlight of the event was that participants from the eight satisfactory colleges were selected to receive an 18-month free-of-value training at the Salaam Bombay Academy of the Arts. The activity could offer young college students a hazard to enhance their creative expression, expand their capabilities, and open doors to new career options. They would study by specialists from their selected discipline, allowing them to experience professional-stage training, brought the statement.
The precise attempt turned into supported employing officers of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) joint director of primary education, Dinkar Temkar, training officer of the secondary training branch at PMC, Deepak Mali, and Ganpat More, amongst others.
Kalamahotsav is an inter-school theatre, dance, and tune competition that began in 2018 in Mumbai to offer a platform to build self-expression, self-self-belief, and shallowness to teenagers who are students of the presidency faculties. After two successful variants in Mumbai and Kolkata, this year, Salaam Bombay Foundation multiplied the program’s scope and replicated it in Pune as nicely, stated the statement.