Second Edition of North-East Climate Consortium 2023
Guwahati, Assam – The Assam Kaziranga University and the Institute of Frontier Sciences and Application (IFSA) recently organized the Second Edition of the North-East Climate Consortium (NECC) at the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship in Guwahati. The event was sponsored by the Assam Science Technology and Environment Council (ASTEC), Government of Assam.
The NECC meeting was held with the objective of strengthening the modalities of a NE Climate Consortium as a synergetic platform working towards sustainability efforts. The event brought together leading institutions and experts from different fields to explore the possibility of integrating experts and knowledge from various institutions. The NECC meeting was in continuation of the recently concluded conference on “North-East Sustainable and Inclusive Development- 2023” (NESID 23), with the theme of developing a Circular Bio-Economy for Assam.
Participants of NECC and their expertise
The NECC meeting was attended by experts such as Dr. PK Mishra (VC, Assam Kaziranga University), Dr. P Goswami (Chairman, IFSA, Bangalore), Prof. BN Goswami, Dr. Rahul Mahanta, Dr. N Sharma from Cotton University, Dr. Jayanta K. Sharma, Dr. Nabajyoti Saikia, and Dr. Jagat D Ray from The Assam Kaziranga University. These experts contributed to the discussion on various topics related to sustainability, climate change, and environmental conservation.
About the Assam Kaziranga University
The Assam Kaziranga University (KU) is a private university located in the knowledge city of Jorhat, which is one of the largest private universities in Northeast India. The university offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and research relevant to market needs. The mission of the university is to make the region the genesis of firsthand technologies and socio-economic discoveries.
The university was established under the Assam Private University Act No. XII of 2007, and it is promoted by the Trust under the banner of The North Eastern Knowledge Foundation (NEKF). The university was founded in the year 2012 by the Khetan Industrial Group. The university offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs in various fields, including engineering, management, law, social sciences, and applied sciences.
The NECC meeting was an excellent opportunity for experts and researchers from different institutions to share their knowledge and expertise on sustainability and environmental conservation. The NECC meeting provided a platform for experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the field of sustainability and to explore new ways to address them.
The NECC meeting was a significant step towards achieving the goal of a sustainable future for Northeast India. The meeting helped to identify the gaps and challenges in the field of sustainability and environmental conservation and provided insights into new approaches and solutions to address them. The meeting was successful in bringing together experts and researchers from different institutions to work towards a common goal of achieving sustainability in Northeast India.
The NECC meeting was a testament to the commitment of the Assam Kaziranga University and IFSA towards sustainability and environmental conservation. The university and IFSA are working towards creating a sustainable future for Northeast India by providing world-class education and research opportunities to students and researchers.
In conclusion, the NECC meeting was a successful event that brought together experts and researchers from different institutions to work towards achieving sustainability in Northeast India. The event provided a platform for experts to share their knowledge and expertise on sustainability and environmental conservation and explore new ways to address the challenges in the field. The Assam Kaziranga University and IFSA are committed to creating a sustainable future for Northeast India by providing world-class education and research opportunities to students and researchers.
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