“Know more about water”

A interactive session on water harvesting, water quality testing, water diseases and more at JP Nagar on Saturday, 11th July. All are invited.

know more about your water

 
Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own community news magazine
presents a local panel discussion & interaction on

"Know more about water: water harvesting, water quality testing, water diseases and more"

The panel will have both experienced citizens and experts demonstrating simple techniques and ideas, and taking questions from the participants.

When: 11 July, Saturday at 10.30AM to 12.00PM

Where: Magnus School of Business, 13th Cross, 6th main road JP Nagar 3rd Phase
 
The panel:
Mr Nagaraj Podukotai (experienced RWH user), Mr R Navneeth Kumar (Project Engineer, Indian Institute of Science), Mr Sharada Prasad (Arghyam, water NGO), Dr Balagangadhar (Scientist, KSPCB), Dr Bobby Joseph (Professor, St Johns Hospital)

For more details: call Raghavendra, 9611106477


Comments:

  1. Manohar sirahatti says:

    As every one know Water is one of the main ingredients for our daily life, and like we choose rice from the grocery shop we need to know more on the water we use on a daily basis, i feel more interaction like this one is required at many other localities too.

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