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NEISSR students get insight on e-waste management

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Mar 20, 2019 11:00 pm
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Co-founder of E-Circle Organisatioin, Soweteu K Letro, speaking to students of NEISSR during an awareness programme on e-waste management on March 20.

Dimapur, March 20 (EMN): E-Circle Organisation, Nagaland’s first authorised e-waste collection centre located at Diphupar, has organised an awareness programme on e-waste management at North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research (NEISSR), Dimapur, on March 20.

The awareness programme was held on the theme “Electronic and electrical waste management.”

The co-founder of E-Circle, Soweteu K Letro, and volunteer of E-Circle organisation, Olive Ayemi, highlighted about the ‘ill effects of e-waste mismanagement’ and how and why e-waste should be re-cycled.

The awareness programme helped the social work trainees to understand the importance of e-waste disposal and spreading the knowledge of e-waste management among the people.

Meanwhile, NEISSR, in collaboration with Peace Channel, Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK), Dimapur; OP Jindal Global University, Delhi; and Serendip Guardians, announced to organise the first ‘annual youth knit 2019’ on March 23 at Holy Cross auditorium, Dimapur, from 9:30 am onward on the theme ‘Challenges faced by educated youth, and ways forward.’

NEISSR press release stated that noted personalities like Sunny Joseph, AIDA executive director, and YM Jiaul Islam Chowdhury, United Nations Volunteers (UNV), and district youth coordinator of NYK, Tripura, would share insights and knowledge on the theme.

There would also be panel discussion with Rozelle Mero, managing director of The People Channel, and Dr. Samrat Sinha, assistant professor from Jindal School of International Affairs, on the topic ‘The importance of career guidance and youth today.’ Besides, there would also be open competitive inspirational talks for college students and youth leaders.

All the youth and students above 15 years of age are invited to event.

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Mar 20, 2019 11:00:36 pm