Development that does not harm nature means sustainable development – Vice Chancellor Dr. Kale
Akurdi (ADCO News) While building the infrastructure that is being prepared to make human life comfortable, we all should take care that nature should not be harmed. Sustainable development means any living being in nature Means of development without harm. This view was expressed by Dr. Karbhari Kale, Vice Chancellor of Savitribai Phule Pune University.
He was speaking at the inauguration of a two-day international conference “Asia-Africa Development Summit Summit” organized at Balewadi in association with Dr. DY Patil Institute of Management Studies and Dr. He DY Patil Institute of MCA & Management from Akurdi on 1-2 Dec 2022
On this occasion Dr. Ashish Kumar Panda, Member, NITI Aayog, John Yatta Cosma of South Sudan, John Yatta Cosma Lokoon of South Sudan, Dr. Parag Kalkar, Founder, Department of Management, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Tutu Stephen Yusef, President of South Sudan, Director General, Asia Africa Development Council, Dr. Ripu Ranjan, Executive Director, DY Patil Institute, Department of Management Studies, Wing Commander) Dr. PVC Patil, Akurdi. Rear Admiral (Retd) Amit Vikram, Director, DY Patil Educational Complex of DYPIMS, DYPIM S, Director Operations Dr. Bharat Chavan, DR Karanure, Director (Corporate Relations) Dr. JG Patil, Director of DYPIMS. Dr. Kuldeep Charak, Director, Dr. DY Patil Institute of MCA & Management. K Nirmala Adhishtha, Dr. Shalaka Parkar and other dignitaries were present.
Mr. Tutu Stephen of South Sudan said that this problem is becoming serious at the global level. To solve this, youth need to work together in the field of medicine and technology. These problems can be solved by following the path of peace and adopting innovation. For sustainable development, the whole human being has to do it himself – Nature Try and adopt the lifestyle created by.
Mr. Tutu Stephen of South Sudan said that this problem is becoming serious globally. To solve this, youth need to work together in the field of medicine and technology. These problems can be solved by following the path of peace and adopting innovation.
For sustainable development, the whole human being has to do it himself – Nature Try and adopt the lifestyle created by Vice Chancellor Dr. Kale further said that today knowledge of one subject is not enough. That’s why it has become necessary to have knowledge of different branches. If we have knowledge of many subjects then we can easily solve social problems like natural disaster management, medicine, water. Management. Under the new education policy, through the Educational Credit Bank, students can acquire knowledge of many subjects at the same time and can complete their education by taking subjects in different subjects and branches. Therefore, students will be able to complete their education professionally without taking traditional education, this will provide employment opportunities, he said in the end.
John Yatta said that Sudan is a country that is trying to develop. If investment is made in Sudan, an industrial network will be created and development can be achieved. If India takes two steps forward to help Sudan, we will have full cooperation.
Shri Panda of NITI Aayog said that sustainable development can be achieved by saving water, saving energy and minimum use of plastic. When poverty, hunger and education are eradicated from the country, it can be said that Eternal development has taken place. ,
The Post Doctoral Center started by DYPIMS was inaugurated.
On this occasion, 70 research papers from India and abroad were presented.
On this occasion, the program was conducted by Shruti Seth and the vote of thanks was given by Prof. Lalit Prasad did it.