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General Information

The term Biodiversity was first coined by Walter G.Rosen in 1986. The biosphere comprises of a
complex collections of innumerable organisms, known as the Biodiversity, which constitute the vital
life support for survival of human race. Biological diversity, abbreviated as biodiversity, represent the
sum total of various life forms such as unicellular fungi, protozoa, bacteria, and multi cellular
organisms such as plants, fishes, and mammals at various biological levels including genes,
habitats, and ecosystem.

However, alarmingly some 75 per cent of the genetic diversity of crop plants has been lost in the
past century. Scientists estimate that as many as 3 species per hour are going extinct and 20,000
extinctions occur each year. About 24 per cent of mammals and 12 per cent of bird species are
currently considered to be globally threatened. More than 50 per cent of the world’s wetlands have
been eroded and populations of inland water and wetland species have declined by 70 per cent
between 1970 and 2010.

In our conscience and consciousness, we can inculcate and adapt a befitting life style that will
prevent further deterioration of biodiversity under threatening climate change leading to disastrous
consequences. Most appropriately the students/children are the worst target of these imminent
climate change. Therefore, a series of lecture-cum-demonstration programme on “Biodiversity
conservation in the face of climate change” are to be organised among the students to save the
mother Earth through raising preparedness essentially covering all categories of afflicted
environment components, people, society and all other living beings.
Title of the Project:

Lecture and Demonstration Programme on “Biodiversity Conservation in the Face of Climate


Change.

Summary (abstract) of the proposed project :

India and the world now face one issue so overwhelming, so potentially devastating in consequence,
that nothing less than civilization on our planet is under threat. The teachers must apprise the
students on preventing climate change who inherit the mother Earth as future citizens. Thus, the
future custodians of the planet need to be taught on how to prevent the global warming through
common routine but conscientious efforts. Civil actions must start with solidarity and dedication but
backed by appropriate knowledge. The lecture programme basing on burning aspects of
conservation will focus on practical and feasible options of priority on curbing the rate of biodiversity
deterioration. Comprehensive action plan on conservative initiatives are to be educated at all levels
and India with incentives must adopt and practice now. We must achieve remarkable achievements
in in situ and ex citu conservation of various biodiversity treasures in and around us. Students must
know i) Sustainable use of eco-friendly agriculture, animal husbandry, dairy development, fisheries,
apiculture, sericulture, forestry and industry, ii) Pilot scale demonstrations including farmer's training,
iii) Encourage agro-forestry, organic farming, sustainable afforestation, iv) Build resilient habitats
picking plantation on priority, urban gardens and village ponds and v) Educate on binding laws,
justice and legislation

Objectives of the project – State briefly, clearly and specifically itemized.


Biodiversity is the part of nature which includes difference in genes among the individuals, species of
plants and animals of local importance. Biodiversity Conservation is about saving life on Earth in all
its forms and keeping natural ecosystems functioning and healthy. Life has existed on Earth for over
3.5 billion years. Over 95% of the species that ever existed have gone extinct. To stop current
extinction, we need Soil Conservation, Forest conservation, Environmental Conservation, Land
Conservation, Wildlife Conservation, Plant Conservation, etc. including genetic diversity, species
diversity and ecosystem diversity.

It is imperative to choose new paths for conservation as because various responses to indications
that many traditional methods for conserving biodiversity have proved unsuccessful. The rapid and
ongoing biophysical and societal changes are affecting the way we do science and practice
conservation today.

Different disciplines must converge and make a holistic mission is to foster a interaction between
public authorities, society and scientific stakeholders in the field of biodiversity, at the national, and
international levels. To promote scientific research in relation to society stakes, to develop studies
and synthesis research, to mobilise cross-disciplinary expertise, and to disseminate knowledge are
at the core of its activity.

Hence, the main objective of the programme is to raise scientific awareness among the students
about rapid deterioration of biodiversity, its adverse impact on our eco-system, mitigation options
with backdrop of the climate change. Biodiversity is under serious threat as a result of human
activities. The main dangers worldwide are population growth and resource consumption, climate
change and global warming, habitat conversion and urbanisation, invasive alien species, over-
exploitation of natural resources and environmental degradation. The main factor currently driving
biodiversity loss is habitat destruction-on land; in streams, rivers, and lakes; and in the oceans.
Human activities such as: deforestation; bottom trawling in the oceans; the damming and dredging of
streams, rivers, and lakes; and the draining and degradation of wetlands, estuaries, and mangroves
are responsible.
The main threats to our Biodiversity are Environmental Pollution & Climate Change, so we must
eradicate such threats to Biodiversity by our awareness campaigns, nature studies, through series of
lectures and demonstration programme, following essential components/subjects have to be
systematically addressed:

Agrasar Lecture Series will focus on the role of education in addressing biodiversity conservation,
linking the local, regional and global contexts with particular emphasis on the challenges faced by
humanity in District level islands. Main objectives are:

 Biodiversity and Ecosystems


 Biodiversity and its sustainable development
 Biodiversity conservation methods
 Biodiversity and food security for need based crop biodiversity
 Forestry
The students should also be appraised of Steps Taken by Government of India for Biodiversity
Protection. Important measures include:

1. Enactment of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.


2. Wetland (Conservation and Management) Rules 2010 have been framed for protection of
wetlands, in the States.
3. The Centrally Sponsored Scheme of National Plan for Conservation of Aquatic Eco-
System also provides assistance to the States for management of wet lands including Ramsar
sites in the country.
4. Wildlife Crime Control Bureau has been established for control of illegal trade in wildlife,
including endangered species.
5. ‘Integrated Development of Wildlife Habitats’ for the recovery of endangered species
6. Protected Areas, viz, National Parks, Sanctuaries, Conservation Reserves and Community
Reserves all over the country covering the important habitats have been created as per the
provisions of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972 to provide better protection to wildlife,
including threatened species and their habitat.
7. Financial and technical assistance is extended to the State Governments under various
Centrally Sponsored Schemes,
8. The State Governments have been requested to strengthen the field formations and intensify
patrolling in and around the Protected Areas.
9. Conservation of Medicinal Plants
Target group(s) with location specific information.

Through this project, we propose to organise Lecture-Cum-Demonstration programme in 50


identified College and High Schools in Cuttack, Jagatsinghpur, Kendrapada, Mayurbhanj, Jajpur,
Puri & Khurda Districts of Odisha. Series of lectures and demonstrations on various climate change
aspects, geographical contours with GHG emission levels of developed and developing countries will
be covered. The lecture will cover around 7500 students of following college and secondary schools.

Sl. No. of Participating


School Address
No. Students
01 Biswanahakani College At/Po-Biswanahakani,Tangi, 150
Dist-Cuttack
02 Ratanpur Science College At/Po-Ratanpur,Dist-Puri 150
03 Mangala Mahavidyalaya At/Po-Kakatpur,Dist-Puri 150
04 Kaptipada College At/Po-Kaptipada, 150
Dist-Mayurbhanj
05 Laxmi Narayan Sahoo At/Po-Jagatpur,Dist-Cuttack 150
College
06 Baba Balia College At/Po-Telengapentha, 150
Dist-Cuttack
07 Kandarpur College At/Po-Kandarpur,Dist-Cuttack 150
08 Navadoya Bidyalaya At/Po-Mundali,Dist-Cuttack 150
09 Udala Govt.Boys’ High At/Po-Udala, 150
School Dist-Mayurbhanj
10 Kaptipada High School At/Po-Kaptipada, 150
Dist-Mayurbhanj
11 Chandikhol Govt.High At/Po-Chandikhol,Dist-Jajpur 150
School
12 Gopalpur High School At/PoGopalpur,Prathamkhandi, 150
Dist-Jajpur
13 Panikoili High School At/Po-Panikoili,Dist-Jajpur 150
14 Tarikunda High School At/Po-Tarikunda 150
Dist-Jagatsinghpur
15 Biridi High School At/Po-Biridi,Dist-Jagatsinghpur 150
16 Teldia High School At/Po-Teldia,Dist-jagatsinghpur 150
17 Saraswati Sishu At-Manguli,Po-Parbatipur, 150
Vidyamandir Dist-Jagatsinghpur
18 Grampanchayat High At/Po-Kasanta,Dist-Kendrapada 150
School
19 Govt.Boys’ High School At/Po/Dist-Kendrapada 150
20 Annapurna Bidyapitha At/Po-Charichhak,Dist-Puri 150
21 Bhodar High School At/Po-Bhodar,dist-Puri 150
22 Sidheswar Bidyapitha At/Po-Mudugal,Dist-Puri 150
23 Narayan Bidyapitha At/Po-Udaypur,Dist-Puri 150
24 Nandankanan High School At/Po-Nandankanan, 150
Dist-Khurda
25 Maharatha High School At/Po-Naharkanta,Dist-Khurda 150
26 Chhatabar High School At/Po-Chhatabar,Dist-Khurda 150
27 Patia High School At/Po-Patia,Dist-Khurda 150
28 Bhramarbara Bidyapitha At/Po-Tamando,dist-Khurda 150
29 Capital High School At/Po-Bhubaneswar,Dist-Khurda 150
30 Gurujanga High School At/Po-Gurujanga, Dist-Khurda 150
31 Khannagar High School At/Po-Khannagar, 150
Dist & City-Cuttack
32 Nehru Uchha Bidyapitha At/Po-Nehrupalli,Nuabazar, 150
Dist & City-Cuttack
33 Barunei Bidyapitha At-Fakirpada, Po-Biribati, 150
Dist-Cuttack
34 Ratnakar Bidyamandir At/Po-Biribati, Dist-Cuttack 150
35 Sankhtrash High School At/Po-Sankhtrash, Dist-Cuttack 150
36 Gayalbanka High School At/Po-Gayalbanka, Banki, 150
Dist-Cuttack
37 Dhakulei Bidyapitha At/Po-Pratapnagari, Dist-Cuttack 150
38 Prachi Academy At/Po-Odashpur, Dist-Cuttack 150
39 B.M.High School At/Po-Kantapada, Dist-Cuttack 150
40 Sailo Govindpur High At/Po-Sailo Govindpur, 150
School Dist-Cuttack
41 Niali High School At/Po-Niali, Dist-Cuttack 150
42 Brahman Jharilo High At/Po-Brahman Jharilo, 150
School Dist-Cuttack
43 Jhoteswar High School At/Po-Mundamala,Dist-Cuttack 150
44 Kakhadi High School At/Po-Kakhadi,Dist-Cuttack 150
45 B.N.Bidyapitha At/Po-Athagargh,Dist-Cuttack 150
46 Grampanchayat High At/Po-Ratapat,Dist-Cuttack 150
School
47 A.S.High School At/Po-Nuapatna,Dist-Cuttack 150
48 M.G.High School At/Po-Balijhari,Tigiria, Dist-Cuttack 150
49 Govt.Boys’High School At/Po-Tangi,Dist-Cuttack 150
50 Khireswar Bidyapitha At/Po-Paiguan,Bhatimunda, 150
Dist-Cuttack
Duration of the project:

From 1st June 2016 to 30th November 2016 (06 Months Total 50 lecture and demonstration
programme will be organized during this period)
Project background – State briefly the background and origin of the idea on which the
project proposal is based.

India is a mega-diverse nation and one of the richest nations in terms of biological diversity. India
owes this to its position in the tropical and subtropical latitudes. India has a great diversity of natural
ecosystems ranging from the cold and high Himalayan regions to the sea coasts; from the wet north-
eastern green forests to the dry north-western arid deserts; with different types of forests, wetlands,
islands and the oceans. The diverse physical features and climatic situations have formed ecological
habitats like forests, grasslands, wetlands, coastal and marine ecosystems and desert ecosystems,
which harbour and sustain immense biodiversity. The country is also one of the 12 primary centres of
origin of cultivated plants and domesticated animals.

Biodiversity is essential for maintaining the ecological functions, including stabilizing of the water
cycle, maintenance and replenishment of soil fertility, pollination and cross-fertilization of crops and
other vegetation, protection against soil erosion and stability of food producing and other
ecosystems. Conservation of biological diversity leads to conservation of essential ecological
diversity to preserve the continuity of food chains.

Biodiversity provides the base for the livelihoods, cultures and economies of several hundred
millions of people, including farmers, fisher folk, forest dwellers and artisans. It also provides the
genetic base for the continuous up-gradation of agriculture, fisheries, and for critical discoveries in
scientific, industrial and other sectors. The rapid erosion of biodiversity in the last few decades has
impacted on the health of the land, water bodies and people. Biodiversity is a wealth to which no
value can be put. In the final analysis, the very survival of the human race is dependent on
conservation of biodiversity. It is evident that this invaluable heritage is being destroyed at an
alarming rate due to several reasons. Measures are being taken up at national and international
levels to address this issue.

Experience – Mention briefly similar projects undertaken with details such as title, date
of commencement, supporting agencies (s) , outcome, whether ongoing or completed
etc, Please enclose copy/ copies of sanction letter(s).

The organization has been appointed as Technical Resource Centre (TRC) by DST under PROBE-
Orissa Programme. The programme involves opening PROBE Weather Labouratories within the
school premises in which the students are encouraged to take and record daily weather observation.
From weather data base created by school children, the DST will utilize the PROBE data for
research in universities on the topics aiming a water management,climate change,disaster
mitigation,bio-diversity as well as meso-scale modeling studies to supplement our efforts in achieving
better local forecasts. Through participation in PROBE in different schools young minds will be
exposed to scintific intricacies of weather, will be moved to pursue science as career and will
develop better understanding to take safety measures from weather related hazards. The natures of
scienfic problems proposed to be studies under this project are extreme weather conditions like
cyclone,flood,drought,heat wave,change in moonsoon pattern etc. it is envisages that better
laboratory facilities at secondary level need to be created for reaching higher levels of achievement
in science. WCWS organized numbers of Agrasar Lecture & Demonstration Programme on Water,
Food & Climate Change, Agrasar Lecture Demonstration Programme on Climate Change:
Challenges and Opportunities, Agrasar Lecture and Demonstration programme on Global Warming
and Mitigation Options in Cuttack, Kendrapada, Jajpur, Jagatsinghpur, Puri, Mayurbhanj and Khurda
districts with different topics related to Biodiversity Conservation.

Apart from the above, some other important projects/programme has been accomplished in Orissa
by Women & Chield Welfare Society, Cuttack.

 National Environment Awareness Campaign


 PROBE-Orissa Programme
 NCLP Special School
 GRLT Programme for SHG Leaders
 Consumers Rights
 Year of Scientific Awareness – 2004
 Promotion of Yoga and Naturopathy
 AIDS Awareness
 Petroleum Conservation and Renewable Energy
 Road Safety Education and Awareness
 Plantation programme
 Pollution control
 Women Empowerment
 Youth Empowerment
 Leadership Development for Youth
 Skill Development Training
 Capacity Building Training
 Agrasar Lecture & Demonstration Programme
 Popularization of Science & Technology etc.

Justification for undertaking the proposed project.

Biodiversity is a wealth to which no value can be put. In the final analysis, the very survival of the
human race is dependent on conservation of biodiversity. It is evident that this invaluable heritage is
being destroyed at an alarming rate due to several reasons. Measures are being taken up at national
and international levels to address this issue.

The purpose of the project is conservation of biodiversity while ensuring sustained and inclusive
development of the community. A model initiative to document endangered, vulnerable and
threatened floral and faunal species of a specific locality, demonstrate and educate the coming
generation of rural and urban students/youth in the vital necessity of conservation in both theoretical
and practical ways so that they can come back full circle to the land.

The students in these eight districts are yet to be adequately yet scientifically educated about the
conservation of biodiversity. The teachers and students of these coastal districts should develop
awareness of higher magnitude as these areas are more vulnerable to sea level rise risks and prone
to sudden weather hazards like storm, typhoon, inundation, submergence, flood etc. with extremely
serious aberrations to life and impacts on surroundings. Therefore, conservation in situ will
eventually emerge from the grass root level to identify some of the adaptable measures.

WORK PLAN

Approach & methodology.


A series of lectures and demonstrations on the 1) Trend in climate change, 2) Impact and
consequences, 3) Urgent adoption of appropriate life style to help prevent the pace of global
warming, 4) Locally made appliances on water sanitation and other renewable energy sources and
their application will be organized, 5) Impact of the predicted sea level rise to cities and coastal
agriculture, 6) Role of transport in climate change, 7) Growth of population and its impact on
Environment, 9) Environmental problems due to deforestation and 10) Policy and legislation on
climate change

Saving biodiversity - Saving life

Following are some conservation actions that we can take up:


 Plant trees. Grow native species of plants (trees, shrubs and climber) where
possible, this would attract local wildlife such as birds, butterflies and insects.
 Grow local vegetables in the school garden that are not usually available in the
markets. This would allow help conserve them for generations to come.
 Initiate, organize and participate in responsible citizen action against existing
or proposed activities that harm or are likely to harm local biodiversity.
 Make a list of different kinds of trees in the campus or locality. For each one
find out the names, uses, flowering season, animals and birds that depends on
it. Present this information in an interesting way, and put it up by the tree.
Many people will stop by to read this information and know more about the
tree.
 Curb our greed for products made out of animal parts like skin, fur, ivory,
bones, nails, etc., to discourage wildlife traders and poachers, and spare the
lives of the remaining animals.
 Adopt vegetarianism which would require fewer animals to be fattened for
slaughtering and more plants to be grown for food.
 Avoid using insecticides, pesticides and inorganic fertilizers and try to use
natural plant- based substitutes wherever possible. Paper and cloth should
replace non-biodegradable plastic and polyester which damage the ecosystem.
 Make children aware of their surroundings and the need for biodiversity.
 Promote bio-farming which is less intensive and environmental-friendly.
 Make use of sustainable technologies like smokeless chulhas, ground water
recharging unit, wind energy, solar power, etc.
 Set up ‘Community Sanctuaries’ for free ranging animals, migratory birds and
endemic species. Establish voluntary ‘Village Reserves’ for plants and animals.
 Assist National level Bodies in recording and preserving rare and endemic species
 Create ‘Biodiversity Registers’ in communities, schools, villages
 Understanding fish fauna of local ponds, cow varieties, dog diversities and encouraging
feeding habits of birds
 Collection of photographs of rare flowering species to enable maintain a herbarium.
 Exposure to artificial inseminations for propagation of cow and other important breeds (ex
situ).
 Promotion of consciousness in connection with traditional knowledge base of ethical
biodiversity (in situ)
 Identification tool for easy documentation at school levels
 Knowledge dissemination related to Similipal Reserve Forest, Bhitarkanika, Chilika, Chandaka
and Nandankanan Sanctuary of Odisha
Organization of work elements.
Lectures, demonstrations and quizzes: Eminent resource persons will be invited to give
deliberations, participate in interactions and know how on remedial measures more particularly
basing on principles of natural conservation such as in situ and ex situ concepts.

Before organisation of lecture, necessary permission will be obtained from the concerned District
Education Officer(DEO)/Headmasters/Principals of the School and Colleges. As per their
convinency, dates will be fixed.

Time schedules of activities giving milestones: 06 months(1st June.18 to 30th November.18)

Sl. No Date Name of the School/College Address


At/Po-Biswanahakani,
01 20.06.2018 Biswanahakani College
Tangi,Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Ratanpur,Dist-Puri
02 25.06.2018 Ratanpur Science College
03 30.06.2018 Mangala Mahavidyalaya At/Po-Kakatpur,Dist-Puri
At/Po-Kaptipada,
04 02.07.2018 Kaptipada College
Dist-Mayurbhanj
Laxmi Narayan Sahoo At/Po-Jagatpur,
05 09.07.2018
College - Dist- Cuttack
At/Po-Telengapentha,
06 12.07.2018 Baba Balia College
Dist-Cuttack
07 16.07.2018 Kandarpur College At/Po-Kandarpur,Dist-Cuttack
08 20.07.2018 Navadoya Bidyalaya At/Po-Mundali,Dist-Cuttack
Udala Govt.Boys’ High At/Po-Udala,
09 25.07.2018
School Dist-Mayurbhanj
At/Po-Kaptipada,
10 30.07.2018 Kaptipada High School
Dist-Mayurbhanj
At/Po-Chandikhol,
11 04.08.2018 Chandikhol Govt.High School
Dist-Jajpur
At/Po-Gopalpur,
12 08.08.2018 Gopalpur High School
Prathamkhandi, Dist-Jajpur
At/Po-Panikoili,
13 12.08.2018 Panikoili High School
Dist-Jajpur
At/Po-Tarikunda
14 16.08.2018 Tarikunda High School
Dist-Jagatsinghpur
At/Po-Biridi,
15 20.08.201 Biridi High School
Dist-Jagatsinghpur
At/Po-Teldia,
16 23.08.2018 Teldia High School
Dist-Jagatsinghpur
At-Manguli,
17 27.08.2018 Saraswati Sishu Vidyamandir Po-Parbatipur,
Dist-Jagatsinghpur
At/Po-Kasanta,
18 30.08.2018 Grampanchayat High School
Dist-Kendrapada
19 03.09.2018 Govt.Boys’ High School At/Po/Dist-Kendrapada
At/Po-Charichhak,
20 07.09.2018 Annapurna Bidyapitha
Dist-Puri
21 10.09.2018 Bhodar High School At/Po-Bhodar,
Dist-Puri
At/Po-Mudugal,
22 12.09.2018 Sidheswar Bidyapitha
Dist-Puri
23 15.09.2018 Narayan Bidyapitha At/Po-Udaypur,Dist-Puri
At/Po-Nandankanan,
24 17.09.2018 Nandankanan High School
Dist-Khurda
At/Po-Naharkanta,
25 20.09.2018 Maharatha High School
Dist-Khurda
At/Po-Chhatabar,
26 23.09.2018 Chhatabar High School
Dist-Khurda
27 26.09.2018 Patia High School At/Po-Patia,Dist-Khurda
At/Po-Tamando,
28 30.09.2018 Bhramarbara BidyapithA
Dist-Khurda
29 01.10.2018 Capital High School At/Po-Bhubaneswar,Dist Khurda
At/Po-Gurujanga,
30 04.10.2018 Gurujanga High School
Dist-Khurda
At/Po-Khannagar,
31 08.10.2018 Khannagar High School
Dist & City-Cuttack
At/Po-Nehrupalli,Nuabazar,
32 10.10.2018 Nehru Uchha Bidyapitha
Dist & City-Cuttack
At-Fakirpada, Po-Biribati,
33 15.10.2018 Barunei Bidyapitha
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Biribati,
34 18.10.2018 Ratnakar Bidyamandir
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Sankhtrash,
35 20.10.2018 Sankhtrash High School
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Gayalbanka, Banki,
36 22.10.2018 Gayalbanka High School
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Pratapnagari,
37 24.10.2018 Dhakulei Bidyapitha
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Odashpur,
38 Prachi Academy
26.10.2018 Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Kantapada,
39 31.10.2018 B. M. High School
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Sailo Govindpur,
40 01.11.2018 Sailo Govindpur High School
Dist-Cuttack
41 05.11.2018 Niali High School At/Po-Niali, Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Brahman Jharilo,
42 09.11.2018 Brahman Jharilo High School
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Mundamala,
43 12.11.2018 Jhoteswar High School
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Kakhadi,
44 15.11.2018 Kakhadi High School
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Athagargh,
45 19.11.2018 B. N. Bidyapitha
Dist-Cuttack
46 20.11.2018 Grampanchayat High School At/Po-Ratapat,Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Nuapatna,
47 22.11.2018 A. S. High School
Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Balijhari,Tigiria,
48 24.11.2018 M.G.High School
Dist-Cuttack
49 26.11.2018 Govt. Boys’ High School At/Po-Tangi,Dist-Cuttack
At/Po-Paiguan,
50 30.11.2018 Khireswar Bidyapitha Bhatimunda,
Dist-Cuttack
Description of the target area, target group(s) along with their current socioeconomic
status.

 Cuttack, Kendrapada, Jagatsinghpur, Mayurbhanj, Jajpur, Puri & Khurda Districts of Odisha
are the proposed intervention area.
 Students belonginmg to different secondary schools and colleges are to be targeted through
this programme directly.
Relevance of the project to the work already going on in the organization.

Since last 22 years, we have been doing various programmes in the field of science popularization,
environment education & Awareness, health and nutrition, road safety education & Awareness,
petroleum & Energy conservation, yoga and naturopathy, plantation, pollution control, Capacity
Building Training programme for PRI Members, Capacity Building Training Programme for SHG
Leaders, Skill Development Training, Training Programme on Youth Leadership and Community
Development, Legal Awareness and Leadership Development Programme for Women & Girl,
Agrasar Lecture & Demonstration Programme on Water, Food & Climate Change, Agrasar Lecture
Demonstration Programme on Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities, Agrasar Lecture and
Demonstration programme on Global Warming and Mitigation Options etc. within the terrotorial
jurisdiction of Odisha state and PROBE-Orissa progarmme on related activities are directly relevant
to proposed Climate Change as the students are actively involved in observing the weather
parameters and transmission of information to the local community besides the linkage with DST
(fund provider) and IMD (data care).
Utilization of the expected outcome from the project and its possible user(s).

Education, awareness and training on strategic adaptation change in life attitude and governance to
prevent further damage of biodiversity in any form.

Highlights of the proposed project in relation to the objectives of RVPSP.

RVPSP strives to disseminate scientific knowledge to the mass for their benefit and advantage.
Through popularization of science and scientific technologies it helps the beneficiaries in improving
their wellbeing and socio-economic profile. They are empowered to productively utilize the
knowledge gained in their professional domains as well as other stakeholders.

Additional Specific Information

Training workshop/course/ seminar/ seminar/ symposium conference

Lecture and Demonstration Programme

Project Manpower

Review of expertise available with the proposed project group/ institution.

Expertise available as the Consultant of the Organisation is a former Principal Scientist of the
Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack and a specialist in Environmental Science.
Name(s), address (es) and work experience of the co-ordinator(s) of the project.

Minati Bindhani, General Secretary, Women for Child Welfare Society, Gamahandia New Colony, Po-
Buxibazar, Dist & City-Cuttack-753001

The Co-ordinator Smt.Minati Bindhani has been carrying out science popularization activities through
various media for more than two decade. To her credit, she has also conducted many Government
supported activities very successfully. For instance Training Programme on Youth Leadership &
Community Development, Legal Awareness & Leadership Development Programme for Women &
Girl, National Environment Awareness Campaign by her every year that is specicifically as an activity
of students, teachers, women on environment protection and biodiversity conservation. Besides
other health related programme on TB Control,Vector Born Disease Control, Safe Motherhood,
HIV/AIDS, Sanitation, Energy and Petroleum Conservation, Yoga and Naturopathy, Pollution Control,
Road Safety Education and Vehicular pollution, Capacity Building Training programme for PRI
Members, Capacity Building Training Programme for SHG Leaders, Skill Development Training,
Agrasar Lecture & Demonstration Programme on Water, Food & Climate Change, Agrasar Lecture
Demonstration Programme on Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities, Agrasar Lecture and
Demonstration programme on Global Warming and Mitigation Options etc.have been organized by
Smt.Minati Bindhani very Successfully in Odisha state.

As a coordinator of Cuttack District she also conducted different activities on identified themes
namely water and sanitation,health and nutrition, environment and biodiversity conservation, disaster
preparedness, soil management,information technology under the Year of Scientific Awareness-
2004. She also conducted series of science workshop for science teachers and students.

She was implemented PROBE-Orissa Programme of DST in 15 identified secondary schools as a


Co- Principal Investigator. The programme involves opening a PROBE Weather Laboratory within
the school premises in which the students are encouraged to take and record daily weather
observations.From weather data base created by school children the DST will utilize the PROBE
data for research in universities on the topics aiming at water management, climate change, disaster
mitigation, bio-diversity as well as meso-scale modeling studies to supplement our efforts in
achieving better local forecasts. Through participation in PROBE in different schools, young minds
will be exposed to scientific intricacies of weather, will be moved to pursue science as a career and
will develop better understanding to take safety measures from weather related hazards. The
natures of scientific problems proposed to be studies under this project are extreme weather
conditions like cyclone, flood, drought, heat wave, change in monsoon pattern etc. It is envisages
that better laboratory facilities at secondary level need to be created for reaching higher levels of
achievement in science.

For her credibility she is the member of District Road Safety Committee, District level MTP
Committee, District Vigilance Committee under SC & ST, District Vigilance Committee under Bonded
Labour, District Rogi Kalyan Samiti, Life Member of Red Cross, Member of Sexual Harassment at
Work Place of Central Zail, Member of Award Selection and Planning Committee of Nehru Yuba
Kendra Sangathan, Member of Dist.Road Safety Committee etc. and she also Awarded district level,
state level and national level awards by Govt. and different agencies.

Bio-data of resource persons likely to be involved in the project: Enclosed


Manpower required for the execution of the project
with justification, qualifications, experience and job description in each case.
No additional man power is requared. The existing man power of the organisation will be
utilised for the execution of the proposed programme.

BUDGET ESTIMATES

State budgetary requirements, both recurring and non-recurring under separate heads.
Pleasegive justification for each item of the budget and indicate how arrived at.

Item wise budget for organisation of one Lecture-cum-Demonstration Programme for covering of 150
students is reflected in table below.

Sl. Heads Amount


No. (Rs.)
01 Hiring of Public Address System 1000.00
02 Hiring of LCD Projector, Laptop, Projection Screen 2000.00
03 Development of Study/Referal Materials 500.00
04 Travelling Allowance to Resorce Persons 1500.00
05 Honorarium to Resorce Persons 1500.00
06 Pen and Pad 1000.00
07 Demonstration Items 1000.00
07 Refreshment (Tea & Snacks) 3000.00
09 Expenses on Banners & Photographs etc. 1000.00
08 Contingencies 1000.00
Total 13,500.00
On a single sheet with a summery of the budget outlay.
Organization of 50 lecture and demonstration programme 6,75,000.0
@ Rs. 13,500/- each X 50 nos. 0
Organisational contribution @ Rs. 500/- each X 50 nos. 25,000.00
Net grant requested from RVPSP, New Delhi for 50 lecture and demonstration 6,50,000.0
programme: (Rupees Six Lakhs Fifty Thousand only) 0