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Two days International Seminar entitled “Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Sciences: Challenges and Strategies;” was marked by thought provoking research paper presentation by eminent experts from across India & International boundaries November , 2016.

The chief guest of opening session was Hon’ble Principle Secretary, Technical Education Govt. of U.P. Ms. Monika S. Garg lauded the relevance of this seminar organized by School of Management Sciences, in association with Council of Sciences & Technology U.P. and Institution of Engineers U.P. State Chapter.

Hon’ble Principal Secretary in her address discarded the development model that is immune to the great environmental damage it causes. She reiterated the steps taken and commitment of Govt. of U.P. in this direction. She further reminded the august gathering about the country’s glorious tradition of living in harmony with nature. “Look Back to Move ahead” is the mantra she stressed. Our future is dependent on the past and for protection of environment we will have to take small steps in this direction. Switching off the light if not needed and car pooling can help in reducing the pollution.

Scientists and Research Scholars converged from various prestigious Institutions of National and International repute outlined various challenges and solution on environmental conservation.

Hon’ble Director, Govt. Engineering College, Banda, Prof. D.S. Yadav said in his address to the Scientists & Research Scholars: “When we talk of changes in environment, it is about the increasing temperature of Globe and changing weather. Day by Day temperature of the Planet Earth is increasing and the main reason of it is the increase in the density and temperature of CO2. Uncontrolled use of energy is one of main reason for atmospheric temperature rise. Increase in number of transport vehicles, ACs, computers and other electrical & electronic appliances are the major culprits  for atmosphere temperature rise. We are paying price for the development as we have to consume polluted air, water, fruits and vegetables.

Prof. Vinod Yadav from MNNIT, Allahabad, in his address said, “The issue of Planet Earth Energy and Environment has great and significant role in the survival of the world. We will have to develop indigenous methods in the manufacturing process of modern machine disposal of electronic waste that should be taken care of as hazardous chemical gases which are produced during the process. Disposal of computer & mobile can be disastrous so far as environmental issue is concerned.

Secretary and CEO, SMS Sri Sharad Singh requested the experts from various countries to ensure their contribution in preserving the environment of Planet Earth. He further said, “In today’s fast life nobody thinks that we ourselves are responsible for these extreme Environmental changes.”

About 289 Research Scholars & Delegates from India across the world participated and 173 Research Papers were presented in the seminar.

Noted environmentalist Dr. Bharat Raj Singh, Director SMS, Lucknow outlined the objectives of the seminar in the inaugural session. He exhorted the delegates to come up with a solution to the continuous natural calamities due to climate change. He was optimistic that such coming together of experts would ensure that future generations would bequeath a planet that is clean, Green and fit for human habitation.

Day 2@SPEEDS 2016

 The second day of the two day international seminar termed SPEEDS marked the first keynote speaker for the day was Mr. Neeraj Gupta (Professor and Dean, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, SRMU, Barabanki). He discussed about the buzz of Internet of Things(IoT) and its impact on environment.

Initiating with impact of internet he marked the statistics for growth of internet with the jargons of it. He explained the importance of Internet of Things as dynamic control of industry and daily life, improve resource utilization.

He stressed on the various applications of IoT not only in business but also in healthcare, environment etc. He also deliberated on impact of IoT on environment.

The oration for day 2 also witnessed the presence of Dr. Bhuvan Bhasker Srivastava (Department of Physics, Shia PG College). He started with talking about dark energy. He exploded the fact only 4.9%is only ordinary matter, 26.8% dark matter etc. Rest of the percentage comprises of dark energy which can be harvested for solving the issue of energy crisis. Dark energy is a property of gravity.

He deliberated that dark energy produces force field whose gradient (termed as energy gradient) outputs potential energy which in turn can be converted to other forms of energy.

“Sanghar ki chinta hai, Srijan ka Upay nai” – This was the wisdom chanted by Dr. H.N Upadhyaya. He related the Indian cultures, Vedas with the environmental practices. He stressed on relating Ved Gyan with Vig-gyan.

This session marked the oration by various eminent academicians like, Dr. Shalini Srivastava (Deptt. Of Chemistry, Shia PG College , Lucknow), Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh (Department of Physics, University of Lucknow, Lucknow), Dr. Vishal Kumar Singh (Integral University) etc.

It was day of extreme illuminance, pride when Prof. (Dr.) Vinay Pathak the Vice Chancellor of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University blessed the two day international seminar on the burning issue of environmental problems and solutions at School of Management Sciences, Lucknow.  His opening statement emphasized on the use of language in which we think, understand, read and write i.e. Hindi. After it he forced to maintain the balance of use of all resources and development which is giving an unprecedented impact on nature. He also linked Indian culture with science and technology by saying that chants of ‘vanaspatye shanti’, prithvi shanti etc. actually translate to the fact that human should sustain in coordination with earth and nature.

He stressed that Indian Vedas stress on returning back to nature by plantation etc. Prof. Pathak also asked to take oath for doing so and actually maintain a log for doing the same each year.

The valediction was extended by seminar convener Prof. (Dr.) B.R. Singh in the form of concluding remarks, and Prof. (Dr.) Manoj Mehrotra who stressed on importance and relevance of “Paryavaran Chetna”.

The Guest of Honor Prof. (Dr.) R C Vaishya (Professor, Civil Engineering Department, MNNIT Allahabad) stressed on the importance of Life Cycle Assessment for the design of all things including, buildings, products etc. so that they can make minimal effect on the environment technically termed as DfE i.e. Design for Environment. He contributed on the broadly the topic of Design for environment and role of ISO 14000.