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Date: 08 Jan 2020 | 5.30 pm 7.30 pm
Kerala State Higher Education Council, Thiruvananthapuram
Honorable Scientist and The Director
National Remote Sensing Centre
(NRSC) ISRO, Bengaluru
Chairman, Centre for Public
Policy Research (CPPR)
Date: 09 and 10 January 2020
Post Graduate and Research Department of Economics
Post Graduate Department of Commerce and
Post Graduate Department of Statistics
Internationally Acclaimed Speaker Board Member Climate Change Adviser, Educator World Information Institute, New York, USA
Professor Forest Resources Management Andalas University Indonesia
Energy and Climate Change Researcher, Educator and Technology Specialist in the Private sector, USA
At present the Coordinator of Bengaluru Sustainability Forum (BSF) Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Professor School of Management & Labour Studies Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Deonar, Mumbai, India
Director Centre for Rural Management Perumpaikadu P.O., Kottayam
Associate Professor National Centre for Aquatic Animal Health (NCAAH) Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) Lakeside campus, Fine Arts Avenue Cochin
Inaugural Session, Panel Discussion
Plenary Session, Workshop, Paper Presentations, Cultural Events
Plenary Session, Workshop, Paper Presentations, Valedictory Function and Distribution of Certificates
A Conference proceedings and souvenir will be published to commemorate the event and the research work presented during the conference. The souvenir / proceedings will be available to all the registered delegates, invitees and exhibitors.
It is a good opportunity for the organizations and industries to advertise their products and services in the souvenir.
Participants will have to make their own arrangements for accommodation and transportation. However, the organising committee will help in identifying hotels located close to the conference venue.
Accommodation charges are not included in the registration fees.