For over half a century now, the technological advances, rapid industrial and economic growth are improving the quality of human life but at the same time depleting the quality of ambient environment. Air and water are the prime factors affecting human sustenance. Deterioration in air quality can make its way into the water resources due to precipitation that falls into water bodies and soils. Air and water pollution have many facets, and the resultant health risks can affect almost all organ systems. The countries that bear the greatest burden of disease from air and water pollution are also those that are rapidly expanding economically.Well-managed pollution mitigation programs and sustainable developmental schemes can create a healthy economy and long term growth.
|October 05,2018||Last Date for Early Bird Registration|
|October 15, 2018||Last Date for Registration|
|October 20, 2018||Last Date for Accommodation Request|
|October 30, 2018||Last Date for Registration Payment|
*No onsite Registration
The registration fee includes tea/coffee, working lunch and conference kit
Free accommodation will be provided to the students and research scholars only (Co-sharing). Occupancy can be availed only between Nov 12 2018 12.00 pm to Nov 14 2018 12.00pm
Booking for paid accommodation can be made for outstation participants on request.
One day international workshop, "Water and Air Research Initiative for Societal Health (WaARISH-2018)" aims to gather academicians, medical professionals and industry stake holders to discuss the challenges due to air and water pollution and associated impacts on human health. This workshop will give a platform to highlight research outcomes and sustainability development initiatives by the eminent experts from different countries.
Water and Air Research Initiative for Societal Health (WaARISH-2018) provides
13 November 2018
Dr. T. P. Ganesan Auditorium