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- Chancellor Amma Addresses the Parliament of World’s Religions
- Amrita Students Qualify for the European Mars Rover Challenge
Overexploitation of fresh water reserves is a global issue. Especially arid regions are already facing great difficulty in supplying enough water to meet the basic needs of the people living. . .
“We gazed fearfully into a deep water hole of the elephants, tread on real and imaginary elephant footprints with great awe, and negotiated mounds and mounds of elephant dung. It. . .
“Wealth out of Waste! WOW! The Amala Bharatam Campaign is not only about mass clean up drives and awareness campaigns but also about exploring innovative technologies for waste management,” stated. . .
December 27, 2011 School of Engineering, Amritapuri Can a student project really change the world? It seems that it can. The Amrita students who. . .
Our Chancellor Amma speaks: Cleanliness is Godliness. Nothing in nature needs to be beautified. Nothing needs to be repaired or renovated. Forests, oceans, mountains and rivers all have their. . .
Clay can be moulded into any desired shape before it is placed in a kiln. But once it is fired, the shape cannot be changed. Thus we should teach our. . .
November 11, 2011 Amritapuri Campus Located in the scenic Western Ghats, surrounded by a dense jungle, the famous temple of Sabrimala in Kerala draws millions. . .
In 2010, the Indian government said a firm no to Bt brinjal, a genetically modified vegetable supposedly more resistant to attack from pests and disease. Recently, the Chinese government. . .
November 5, 2011 Department of Social Work, Amritapuri Kerala is now a big heap of garbage, ran the headline of a recent newspaper report. . . .
October 31, 2011 Department of Social Work, Coimbatore As the Amala Bharatam Campaign continues to tackle the problem of waste and recycling, its impact is. . .