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Focus On Conservation Of Environment: Odisha Minister Tells Students At SOA-MUN

Bhubaneswar: Students need to keep track of happenings around the world and focus on conservation of environment, said Minister for Higher Education, Arun Kumar Sahoo.

Speaking at the SOA Model United Nations (SOAMUN) event at Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan Deemed to be University on Friday, Sahoo said students should be aware about the contribution being made by
United Nations Organisation (UNO) towards achieving world peace and protection of the environment.

Sahoo, who also joined a Q-A session with the participants, emphasised on the need for sustainable development while stressing that it was the students who had to shoulder the responsibility of fashioning a better world.

SOA Vice-Chancellor Prof. Ashok Kumar Mahapatra, Pro-Vice
Chancellor Prof. Pradipta Kumar Nanda and Dean (Students’ Welfare) Prof. Jyoti Ranjan Das, who is also convenor of SOAMUN ’21, spoke at the programme.

Secretary General of SOAMUN ’21, Ayushman Ray and Director General for the event Subhan Debnath were present.

OB Bureau

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