BENGALURU:The sixth edition of the Student Conference on Conservation Science-Bengaluru (SCCS) will begin at the J N Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, on Tuesday next.
Wildlife, biodiversity, ecology and conservation will take centre stage as about 400 participants from 11 countries will gather to share ideas. Most students are from Asia and Africa.
There will be talk by experts on four days and also presentations and posters by student on conservation. Environment scientist T R Shankar Raman will deliver the 4th Ravi Sankaran Memorial lecture on Tuesday, dwelling on his experiences in forest restoration in the Annamalai Hills of the Western Ghats.
There will be three plenary sessions meant to educate students about various topics in conservation.The evenings will have lecture that are open to all.