Science Exhibition on Non conventional energy sourcesActivity by Pravin Bendle | added on Dec 02, 2011 | India
Sponsor(s): Department of Chemistry, Acharya Marathe College,Chembur ,Mumbai
Non conventional energy sources" which consist of those energy sources that are infinite, natural, and renewable. Harnessing of non-conventional, & environment friendly energy resource is vital for steering the global energy supplies towards a sustainable path instead of depleting fossil fuel. towards sustainable path.
Chemistry Department of our colllege organising inter college science exhibition on the topic "NON -CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES" under the guidance of Principal Dr.D.M.Muley and Vice Principal Dr.Vidyagauri Lele(HOD,Chemistry Department).
- College: C.T.E.S's N.G.Acharya and D.K.Marathe College of arts,science and commerce,Chembur,Mumbai-400071
- Organiser: Department of Chemistry
- Venue : Seminar Hall of college
- Date: Tuesday, 20th December 2011
- Time: 8.00am to 12.30pm
- Criteria: Undergraduate Science Students ,
Every participating college can send maximum one exhibit per college comprising of two students only
Last Date of Registration: 10th Dec.2011
Registration Fee: 50 Rs per team.
- About Science Exhibition: Non-conventional energy sources consist of those energy sources that are infinite, natural, and restorable. For example, tidal energy, solar energy, and wind energy. The consumption of energy is directly proportional to the progress of the mankind. With ever growing population, improvement in the living standard of the humanity, industrialization of the developing countries, the global demand for energy is expected to increase rather significantly in the near future. The primary source of energy is fossil fuel, however the finiteness of fossil fuels reserves and large scale environmental degradation caused by their widespread use, particularly global warming, urban air pollution and acid rain strongly suggest that harnessing of non-conventional, renewable and environment friendly energy resource is vital for steering the global energy supplies towards a sustainable path.
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