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  • Topic: Workshop on Science and History in India
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Prof. Rajan Gurukkal is an...

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  • Topic: Water Literacy to meet the challenge of Water Governance
  • Date: 22nd May, 2015
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Resolution on Universalizing Good Quality Science Education

The All India People’s Science Congress held at Bangalore 1n May 2015  from 22nd to 25th May 2015, has conducted an in depth discussion on the question of Universalizing Good Quality Science Education (UGQSE).

Resolution on Dilution of Environmental Regulations

India is presently facing serious problems on the environmental front. Various industries particularly in the extractive sector, infrastructure and real estate projects, are resulting in serious and sometimes irreversible damage to the environment. This process has only intensified with liberalization and opening up of core and other sectors of the economy to private corporations including multinational companies.

Resolution on Water Resource Management

India is threatened to become one of the water scarce countries in a decade. Nearly 70% of the country's irrigation and 80% of domestic water is drawn from our fast depleting ground water resources. While the above threat may soon assume alarming proportion, the governments at the centre and in different states, in the name of promoting liberalization and economic reforms is opening up this sector to foreign monopoly.

Need for a research institute run by the state Government of Karnataka.

AIPSC Demands for Improvement in Quality of Science Teaching

The state of science education in colleges and schools ought to be a matter of serious concern for all of us. The school system, especially government ‐ run schools, forms the base of the education pyramid. It must be strengthened on a war footing to meet the rising demand for a strong set of foundation skills upon which further learning may be built.

AIPSC Demands to set up Agricultural Co-Operatives for Production & Marketing of Agricultural Produce

The crisis in agriculture has engulfed whole state as reflected in the suicides of the farmers. Cumulatively between 1995 and 2012, about 40,000 farmers have been reported to have committed suicide in Karnataka; this is about 13 per cent of all farmers’ suicides in India as a whole in the same period.