Save The Environment successfully organized the two-day online International Conference on ‘Environment, Water, Agriculture, Sustainability & Health (EWASH-2021): United Together in the Battle against Pandemic, on 21st – 22nd January, 2022, in joint collaboration with Department of Chemistry, Hindu College, Delhi University and in association with CSIR- NEERI, RSC London- North India Section and ESDA, Delhi. Prof. Sandeep Verma, Secretary, SERB, Dept. of Science & Technology, Govt. of India & Professor, IIT Kanpur and Shri. S.K. Varshney, Head, International Cooperation, Dept. of Science & Technology, Govt. of India graced the event as Honorable Chief Guests in the inaugural session and valedictory session, respectively.
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Year 2020 witnessed all countries across the world, united in their battle against the worst pandemic of the century i.e., COVID-19. As the deadly disease continued its wrath, we slowly and steadily rose from the repercussions of the much needed lockdowns and accustomed ourselves to the ‘new normal’ life.Read More
EWASH Conference 2020 December 19, 2020
EWASH Conference 2020 December 20, 2020
EWASH 2020 Conference Valedictory Session
Save the environment (STE) owes its origin to the devoted and tenacious efforts of the great soul Late Dr. Praloy O. Basu, the Founder Secretary of STE. In loving memory of our beloved Founder Secretary, Lt. Dr. Praloy O. Basu,a Free Eye Testing Camp was organized on the occasion of his birthday celebrations at Banalata Shiksha Niketan, Gosaba, Ragabelia, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal on 6th December, 2020. Mrs.Chhanda Basu, wife of Lt. Dr. Praloy O Basu and General Secretary of STE along with Mr. Sanjit Mitra, Treasurer, STE took the initiative on behalf of the STE team. The camp was also organized in the memory of Ms. Gouri Bhattasali and Ms. Rita Bhattasali. Free spectacles were also distributed to about 50 beneficiaries, in the memory of Late Mr. Dhiraj Kumar Dutta,. We are grateful to the physicians, Dr. Pijush Kumar Nayak and Dr. Sukrita Samanta who volunteered for the eye camp and enabled us to actualize the endeavor. There were about 80 beneficiaries who were tested for eye related medical complications. A sum of INR 5000/- was also donated to Banalata Shiksha Niketan for local thalassemia patients. We are thankful to school owner Mr. Rama Pada Mondal and his wife, Mrs. Pratima Mondal and the school staff for providing the venue and assistance in successfully organizing the camp.The camp would not have been accomplished without the kind efforts of our volunteers, Mr. Shib Sankar Roy, Mrs. Suma Biswas, Mr. Indrajit Halder, Mr. Raju Sarkar, Mr. Kaushik Chowdhury, Mr. Pradip Bhattasali and Mr. SankarDey. The entire STE team is thankful to all of them in organizing and conducting the camp even during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the camp all requisite measures were taken considering the pandemic.