GNDU scholar luggage award at worldwide convention
Amritsar September 14
Deachen Angmo, a PhD scholar from the Division of Botanical and Environmental Sciences, Guru Nanak Dev College, engaged on a undertaking to show sewage sludge into fertilizer, received the most effective Oral Presentation Award on the worldwide convention on “Waste Administration and Recycling” held in Bangkok, Thailand.
The convention had a number of worldwide researchers presenting their tasks and concepts that could possibly be commercialised and applied within the discipline of agriculture and trade.
Angmo is working beneath the supervision of Prof (Dr) Adarsh Pal Vig, Chairman, Punjab Air pollution Management Board, Patiala. She offered her work on the conversion of sewage sludge into nutrient wealthy natural fertilizer by vermitechnology, which makes use of earthworm in degrading waste materials and produces pure compost.
Angmo famous that vermitechnology is a large scope in offering a sustainable resolution to ecology and environment-related issues.
Her presentation focussed on the potential of earthworm reared in labs to transform the sewage sludge into vermicompost, which is wealthy in important plant vitamins.
The appliance of vermicompost from sewage sludge additional enhances the crop yield and supplies defence in opposition to numerous plant illnesses. It additionally supplies sustainable options for coping with the burden of waste.
Deachen Angmo credited her success Guru Nanak Dev College VC and supervisor Prof (Dr) Adarsh Pal Vig for essential steering and the Head of the Division.