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Blog update

Dear all,

we are currently in the beta-testing phase. There are still a couple of design and content issues that need to be ironed out.  But the basic structure of the blog is up and working. We are also trying to get a formal go-ahead from the university, concerning the blog. Please bear with us, if you find any sudden changes in the blog till it is launched formally.

While we are at it, we request you all to give your valuable feedback to the blog admin, so that we can include all the elements that the student fraternity wants. Shortly we will announce a launching date and a formal email invitation for all the students.

Thank you for all the support,

Admin.

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OZONE LAYER

Ozone Layer

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Job Opportunity – PMS Energy

Number of openings: 2

Position – Asst. Manager (Hydro Power)

Location – Gurgaon

Experience – 4+ years

Qualification – B.E / B.Tech Civil or Mechanical

Note – Position is on the urgent basis if you are interested please contact ASAP.

Salary: INR 3,00,000 – 6,50,000 P.A. Best in the Industry

Industry: Oil and Gas, Energy, Power, Infrastructure

Functional Area: Site Engg., Project Management

Role Category: Site Engineers

Role: Civil Engineer-Water/ Wastewater

Keyskills: Hydro Power, River Base, Consultancy Background,

Desired Candidate Profile

Education:

(UG – B.Tech/B.E. – Civil, Mechanical) AND (PG – M.Tech – Civil, Mechanical)

Company Profile

PSM Energy Consultancy

Contact Details

Executive Name: Shilpa Mairal

Contact Company: PSM Energy

Email Address:  resume@psmenergy.com

Reference Id: Ruchi Gupta

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Job Opportunity – Rampia Coal Mine Energy Private Limited

Company             : Rampia Coal Mine Energy Private Limited

Position                : Environmental Engineer

Location               : Bhubaneswar

Qualification      : Bsc, Msc, B.E Environment with 2-5 yrs

Website                :   www.rampiacoal.com

Job Description: 

1. Responsible for ensuring all statutory compliance for Environment and act as a key person for spearheading all the initiatives pertaining to environment.

2. Detailed Environmental Monitoring (Air, Water, Noise, Heave metals, Pesticide, Soil, and Bacteriological & Solid Waste), Data analysis and Report preparation.

3. Liaisioning with Odisha Pollution Control Board, CPCB, MoEF, and other relevant authority related toEnvironmental activities.

4. Maintain all record as per requirement of MoEF (Ministry of Env. and Forests), CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board.

5. Maintain the records and correspondence relating to the environmental concern.

COMPANY DETAILS:

Rampia Coal Mine and Energy Private Limited (RCMEPL) is a joint venture company formed to develop Rampia captive coal mines. The joint venture (JV) has been promoted by six leading industrial houses- Lanco Group Ltd, Sterlite Energy Ltd, GMR Energy Ltd, ArcelorMittal India Ltd, Reliance Infrastructure Ltd and Navabharat Power Ltd.

RCMEPL has been allotted two coal blocks by Ministry of Coal,  Government of India. These two coal blocks, namely, Rampia and Dip of Rampia are  located in the IB valley area of Sundargarh district, Orissa. RCMEPL after  mining
the coal shall transfer it to the joint venture partners for their  captive end-use plant .

Contact Details: 

Kindly forward you updated profile mentioning Current CTC, Expected CTC & Notice period to career6@worldwidemanpower.co.in

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Disappearing Sparrows

Sparrows disappearing from Assam

Following is the article published in the Zee News about disappearance of sparrows from Assam:

 “Golaghat (Assam): Sparrows are disappearing from many parts of the country, and specially in Assam where electro-magnetic radiation from communication towers, use of leaded petrol in vehicles and overuse of pesticides in agriculture have been cited as some causes by scientists. Chief scientist of the Regional Agriculture Research Centre in Lakhimpur, Prabal Saikia, said, “It is a fact that sparrows are becoming scarce throughout Assam – both house and tree sparrows.”  Dutta has noted that in five nests eight couples of sparrows have been living happily despite the fact that there is a mobile tower in the vicinity”. 

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An Open Letter to India’s Graduating Classes

This open letter by Mohit Chandra on the The New York Times blog (India Ink) throws light on the expectation of the prospective employers from the fresh graduate.

His five points agenda may come handy on your search for perfect position and organisation.

Read full article here:

http://india.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/05/23/an-open-letter-to-indias-graduating-classes/

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Fending off the climate attack

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The impact of climate change – Broken embankment in Sundarbans

Climate change is for real, so are the people adaptation measures against it.

While the international debates over how to fight global warming and climate change continue, people living in the interiors of our country are adapting indigenous method to fight impacts of climate change.  Their resilience and quick adaptation to the changing environmental conditions proves that while rhetoric debates over the topic may continue, it will be the measures taken at the local scale that will  bring the change to lives of people actually getting affected by the phenomenon.

Read this interesting article by Jayshree Nanadi, published in The Times of India, in which she explains how indigenous knowledge matters and how it can change a threat to an exciting opportunity.

Read the full article here

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/sunday-toi/special-report/Fending-off-the-climate-attack/articleshow/13543302.cms

We welcome your comments.

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Want a bride? Cleanup your place Now!

In addition to the causing well-known health and environmental hazard, mismanagement of the Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) has resulted into a sort of social issues. For the young men of the 8 villages in the Karnataka located around a TSDF (Treatment, Storage, Disposal Facility), it could mean permanent bachelorhood. The reason being no parents wants to marry their daughter to a village that look like (read actually is) dumping ground for the MSW from the city.

In this article in The Times of India, Sunitha Rao R discuss how the well known waste management company is India is blatantly ignoring rules, that they must adhere to.

Read the full article here

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bangalore/No-weddings-in-garbage-village/articleshow/13501905.cms

So, message is clear – Clean up your place, not just for the environment and health concerns, but your better-half also!!

 

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