Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha

Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha
Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha
Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha
Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha

Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha

Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha….image/agencies

Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha inaugurated the 2nd Aerosol Winter School, ‘Manthan 2024’, at the Central University of Jammu. This initiative, a collaboration between the Central University of Jammu, Sindhu Central University Ladakh, and the Indian National Young Academy of Science, aims to provide hands-on training in instrumentation, analytical techniques, and remote sensing tools for air quality studies. The focus is aligned with the objectives of the National Clean Air Programme.

Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha:Addressing the Urgency: Air Quality Studies as a Vital Step

In his address, Lt. Governor Sinha highlighted the urgency of addressing air pollution, which has evolved into a severe health concern. He stressed the need for collaborative and cross-sectoral coordination to combat this issue effectively. Lt. Governor Sinha emphasized that it is time for society to prioritize clean air, stating, “Air sustains life. Now the time has come for us to sustain the availability of clean air.”

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Manthan 2024 Inaugurated by LG-Sinha:Commitment to Action: UT Administration’s Resolve Under PM Modi’s Leadership

Reiterating the commitment of the Union Territory Administration under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership, Lt. Governor Sinha called for an effective monitoring network and inclusive public participation. He also stressed the importance of capacity-building measures to ensure sustainable solutions. Lt. Governor Sinha asserted, “The societies and nations have prospered because of balanced and sustainable development. Today, it is time to protect and preserve nature.”

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Lt. Governor Sinha directed the Jammu Kashmir Pollution Control Committee and other stakeholders to assess the progress under the National Clean Air Programme. He announced an allocation of Rs 1.5 crores by the Forest, Ecology, and Environment Department for strengthening the Himalayan Aerosol Research Instrumentation centre of the Central University of Jammu. Additionally, he assured the Indian Institute of Geomagnetism of necessary support for the expansion of research-related activities in Jammu and Kashmir.

During the event, a significant step was taken with the signing of a Service Level Agreement between the District Skill Committee Samba and the School of Business Studies, Central University of Jammu. This agreement aims to facilitate capacity-building and skill courses in Samba District under the SANKALP Scheme, further contributing to the broader mission of combating air pollution.

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