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Not all Plastics Are Bad

Vijayawada : Indians who use 10 times less plastic as compared to Americans and five times less as compared to Europe should take heart and not join the chorus on plastic pollution. Experts have said that plastic remains a miracle material and have manifold uses in our day-to-day lives. It is only some forms of plastic – most notably single-use plastic – that we should worry about.

Not All Plastic is Bad

Elimination of single use of plastic use by 2020 is perfectly fine, but a total ban on plastic will not be good either for the industry or for the common people. “Plastic is a poor man’s friend,” says Padma Shri Dr Rajagopalan Vasudevan, who uses plastic waste to build roads. He was addressing a media workshop organised by Fijeeha at Madurai Dec 21, 2018

Not All Plastic is Bad

Elimination of single use of plastic use by 2020 is perfectly fine, but a total ban on plastic will not be good either for the industry or for the common people. “Plastic is a poor man’s friend,” says Padma Shri Dr Rajagopalan Vasudevan, who uses plastic waste to build roads. He was addressing a media workshop organised by Fijeeha at Madurai Dec 21, 2018

6th Edition of Oswaal-Fijeeha Roundtable

We were honoured to have Ms K Sandhya Rani (Commissioner of School Education, Andhra Pradesh), Dr SR Parimi (Secretary, Vikasa Educational Trust), Mr Atulari Vijaya Babu (Secretary & Correspondent, Nalanda Educational Institutions), Mr Tulasi Prasad (State Chief Spokesperson, Andhra Pradesh Unaided Schools' Management Association) and other dignitaries for their critical inputs on current scenario of Education prevailing in Andhra Pradesh and ideas to take it forward.

Bloggers' Lounge

This is a special program for capacity building and networking of bloggers for creating an informed digital island in the sea of chaos.

Fijeeha Stakeholders' Roundtable Dialogue on 'Future of School Education in Kerala'

Fijeeha will conduct a round table dialogue on 'Future of School Education in Kerala' on 20th September,Wednesday The workshop is designed to: Changing social & economic landscape and need to make education relevant to these changes How to make best use of the new systems and designs including ICT applications How and when of curriculum revision Framework for effective models on teaching Advantages of E.books and Digital Learning Addressing parents’ aspirations & anxiety   You will be happy to know that senior leader and Member of Parliament for Ernakulam, Prof KV Thomas has graciously consented to be the chief guest for the roundtable dialogue. We are also glad to share that Dr J Prasad, Director, SCERT; Sri B Aburaj, Director, SIET; Dr. B Ekbal and Dr K Raviram, Members of Kerala State Planning Board shall also be present for this event.

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Fijeeha Conducts Consumers Right Advocacy Workshop in Lucknow,

Fijeeha Conducts Consumers Right Advocacy Workshop in Lucknow.Dec 14, 2015

Fijeeha Conducts ILO Supported Media Workshop in Cuttack, Nov 5,2015

Fijeeha Conducts ILO Supported Media Workshop in Cuttack, Nov 5,2015

Fijeeha Conducts ILO Supported Media Workshop in Bhubaneswar, Sep 8, 2015

Fijeeha Conducts ILO Supported Media Workshop in Bhubaneswar on Social Protection Floor on Sep 8, 2015. Odisha State Press Club and GreyMatters were Partners

Saroj Super Speciality Hospital, NGOs target 1000 organ donors per year

Campaign on Organ Donation (CORD) launched by Saroj Super Speciality Hospital in association with MOHAN Foundation & ORGAN India

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