Srinagar: Sher-e-Kashmir College of Agricultural Sciences and Know-how, Kashmir held on-line knowledgeable talks and pupil competitions to commemorate World Nature Conservation Day.The programme was performed by the College’s School of Agriculture, Wadura in collaboration with ICAR-World Financial institution funded Nationwide Agricultural Increased Schooling Challenge (NAHEP). On-line portray and one-minute video competitors was additionally organised wherein greater than 100 students, college students and scientists participated.Prof Raihana Habib Kanth, Chief Scientist Agronomy and School Coordinator IDP-NAHEP, School of Agriculture Wadura, within the welcome tackle, mentioned that world nature conservation day is noticed to create and enhance consciousness in regards to the significance of pure assets and the way one can reside sustainably, defend earth’s pure assets which might be quick depleting owing to overexploitation and even misuse.Indira Prakash, ESS marketing consultant, NAHEP ICAR, New Delhi gave a presentation in regards to the Surroundings Administration Framework and Environmental Authorized Rules and Tips of Nationwide Agricultural Increased Academic Challenge. She talked about Bushes Act, The Air (Prevention and Management Air pollution Act) 1981, Nationwide biodiversity Act 2002, Vitality conservation Act 2001, E-waste (Administration and Dealing with Guidelines), 2016 and in regards to the safeguard insurance policies triggered by NAHEP like environmental evaluation, pure habitation and pest administration with the target to make sure the environmental sustainability and to combine the important thing environmental considerations in agriculture into schooling and analysis. She additionally spoke in regards to the environmental pleasant options like decreasing power use, roof faucet photo voltaic methods, paper recycling machine and progressive methods for conservation of surroundings, pure ecosystem and waste administration.Along with the webinar from the knowledgeable, chosen youth offered their views beneath the theme “My future My voice”. The college college students Tawkeer-un-nisa (2nd Std.), Hadeeqat Khalid (10th std.), Hurmat Khalid (12th Std.) and college students of School of Agriculture, Wadura, Saika Ashraf and Goldy Fhonsa (UG Std.) and Rafiq Ahmad Mengnoo (PG pupil) expressed their views on conservation of nature, biodiversity, water, wildlife and soil respectively.The webinar was attended by many scientists of SKUAST-Ok together with Prof. Azmat Alam Khan, Prof. M. Ashraf Bhat, Prof. Shaheen Kausar, Prof. Zahoor Ahmad Dar, Dr. Zahida Rashid, Dr. Sabeena Malik, Dr. Sabiya Bashir, Dr. Tahir A Sheikh and Dr. Najeeb Mughal.