Conservation of water is possible through prevalent method: Dr Pawar


Nashik : Considering current geographical situation, old prevalent methods are being used in many states. If experiments are done in Maharashtra on the line of this, there will be huge contribution in conserving the water. As a result, water problems will be resolved on large scale, confided former Vice Chancellor of Kolhapur university Dr. N J Pawar.

The distance education faculty of Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University organised a one-day national workshop on water problems-management and challenges in future. Vice Chancellor of Savitribai Phule university Dr. Nitin Karmalkar and former Vice Chancellor of Shivaji university Dr. N J Pawar inaugurated this workshop. Dr. Pawar was speaking on this occasion.

Registrar of YCMOU Dr. Dinesh Bhonde, Vice Chancellor Dr. E Vayunandan, former geological department chief Prof. Satish Thigale, Dr. Rajendra Vadnere and Dr. Jaideep Nikam were present on dais.

Dr. Pawar said that if management of water has not done using certain method, war on water is likely. There is a need to organise workshops on water like the workshop by YCMOU.

On water conservation, he stated that mentality of society is also important for water conservation besides modern technology. Society should take initiative for accurate management along with water conservation, without depending on government schemes only. Vice Chancellor Dr. Vayunandan also provided his guidance.

Dr. Uday Kulkarni, Dr. Uday Patankar, Dr. Khan, Dr. Baride and Manohar Patil also provided their guidance. Professors of various colleges in state, volunteers working in water sector and more than 2500 representatives of various institutes took part in this workshop.

Prof. Ram Thakar, Sangita Deshpande and Balu Sabale took special efforts for success of this workshop. Dr. Jaideep Nikam made the introductory speech. Shweta Jadhav compered the programme, whereas Prajkta Deshmukh proposed the vote of thanks.