Rainwater harvesting programme

BANGALORE: The Department of Social Work, CMR Institute of Management Studies in association with National Service Scheme and CMRIMS & Samvada, Bangalore organised a programme on Rainwater Har

Published: 05th March 2012 10:52 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:29 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The Department of Social Work, CMR Institute of Management Studies in association with National Service Scheme and CMRIMS & Samvada, Bangalore organised a programme on Rainwater Harvesting ‘Akash Ganga – We for Water’ at the CMRIMS Campus recently. Highlights of the event was a photo exhibition, a film show and a musical show, ‘Social melody on Water’.

The event was aimed at spreading awareness on the issues relating to water and how one can help by adopting sustainable ways of

water usage and rainwater harvesting.

 Mr. Abhinash Krishnamurthy, Executive Director, Biome Environmental Solutions, Bangalore gave a presentation on ‘Rainwater Harvesting: Relevance, Realities, Responses and the Role of the Youth.’ In his talk, he focused on people’s attitude towards water and how it has gone through a significant change over a period of time.

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