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Garden for the Garden-less

Posted by Susan Sharma on May 07, 2020

 
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  • Garden for the garden less in Gurugram
Some of us are lucky to have our own garden. Some have balcony gardens. A vast majority do not have space for gardening at all. That could be a reason many are moving away from nature. Can we do something for the garden less? 
 
When Seema Sud relocated from a bungalow type house with a front and back garden,  into a flat type accommodation, many thought her passion for gardening will take a back seat.  
Within no time Seema took charge of the landscaping and gardening of the condominium to which she moved in.  Her organic gardening skills transformed the common areas into beautiful welcoming spaces.  Her knowledge about the soft science of gardening made sure that whatever she planted were seasonal, local and healthy.  Herbs and vegetables of her garden produce are sold to the residents and income used for improving the garden.  
 
This short video captures the beauty of the winter flowers and veggies. The summer plants are already sown and Seema participates in hands on gardening wearing a mask during the lock down. 
Besides being an avid gardener, Dr.Seema Sud is a naturopath and Yoga enthusiast.  She can be contacted at +91 9899521492
 
 Garden for the garden less in Gurugram
 

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MastersMentor - Application Guidance Program Packages

Posted by mastersmentor on February 07, 2020

 
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Masters Mentor is a community of students studying in top Business and technical schools across the globe. We help aspiring students achieve admits to their dream schools, and to achieve this, we put all the resources and experience.

Click here to get ESCP Europe consulting.

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Eco Tourism Consultant Needed

Posted by Narotam on September 18, 2014

 
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Hi All

We are working on a wildlife resort in one of thenational parks in North India, and looking for some one who can manage thecomplete operations for the property (viz. Accommodation & Activity  Management) IN THE MOST ECO-FRIENDLY WAY. Itis one of the Best forests in India. If interested, Please call on 9999 456 589


PS: We are in the process of acquiring hence can not mention the details of the properties on a public forum. 

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Which would be much better: IFS or M.Sc in wildlife Biology

Posted by Amith Jain on August 12, 2012

 
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Respected Sir/Madam,

I've finished my engineering in biotechnology with 66% aggregate and 2012 pass-out. 
In recent years while pursuing my engineering i gained interest in conserving the nature, specifically the wild species and all the wild environment. I was just searching any particular jobs in this field, but could hardly find any, and even volunteering options were less, and those which i found had no proper follow up. 
Now in last month, I started my search again, I've tried in several places like WRRC, WWF, CWS, SOS, ATREE for volunteering and got a call from one or two. I had to reject because I was running short of money to travel till there and also couldn't make up to other expenses. Can you tell some place which gives a volunteering opportunity with just a little stipend that could cover up my travel expenses in bangalore.
I desperately want to enter into this field and make my career in this field. But my parents say its of no use and income is low and other stuffs, Is the Income really that much low?
I've tried all possible ways to convince them. Can you help me with some other ideas to convince them.?And
I've come across IFS and M.Sc in wildlife Biology, I wanted to know which would be a better option to continue with, and what is the future scope of either of the field or both.

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Volunteers for 'NEWS'

Posted by Susan Sharma on August 11, 2012

 
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Given below is an invitation for Volunteers from http://www.naturewildlife.org/

Inviting Volunteers for Internship Oppurtunity

 

Nature Environment & Wildlife Society (NEWS) are looking for active students for internship programme in our organization for 1/3/6 months. We would be requiring students with background from Sociology for livelihood and awareness programme, and Zoology, Botany and Environmental Science students for biodiversity programme.Students are required to have a good knowledge in Bengali (read, write and speak), English and should be computer literate.Certificates will be provided to the students at the end of the programme. The activities will stretch over:

              * Intense field work
                 * Two three day outstation visit per week, ( if any)
                 * Scientific data collection, analysis, management
              * Community outreach activities
                 * Report writing and documentation
                 * Students are expected to visit office daily

    Students would be paid a stipend of Rs 1000 per month and all the field expenses will be taken care of by NEWS. Each student would require a permission letter from there institution (either from their Principal or from the authorized head of their respective department)

    TO apply please send your recommendation letter and your CV at :

    Nature Environment & Wildlife Society
    Email: news_kolkata@yahoo.co.in
    10 Chowringhee Terrace
    Kolkata-700020
    Ph. 033-22234148
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