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CES students shine at the 54th Animal Behaviour Society Meeting in Toronto in June 2017. by Maria Thaker

CES students shine

CES students shine at the 54th Animal Behaviour Society Meeting in Toronto in June 2017.

Madhura Amdekar, a PhD student of Maria Thaker, got an Honorable Mention (second place) for the Founders Memorial Poster Award.

Pratibha Yadav, a PhD student of Renee Borges, got an Honorable Mention (second place) for the 3-Minute Thesis Presentation Award.

As a faculty at CES, it was a particularly proud moment for me to watch them win. They had some tough competition, and it was well deserved. Great job, ladies!!

Best ENVIS 2015-16 awarded to CES, IISc.

(i) Sri. Ajay Narayan Jha, Secretary, The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change presented the Best ENVIS Centre (thematic)
2015-16 award to Dr.T.V.Ramachandra, Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru.

(ii) Namma Bengalurean 2016 award of Namma Bengaluru Foundation, Bangalore. http://www.nammabengaluruawards.org/

(iii) Dr.T.V.Ramachandra was Conferred the ROTARY EXEMPLARS 2017 - Citizen Extraordinaire award.

Bangalore - Unlivable city (Editorial in Current Science) by T.V. Ramachandra and Bharath H. Aithal

Bangalore-Unlivable city

This article was published in 'Current Science' dated 25th June 2016 as Guest Editorial and the weblink is http://www.currentscience.ac.in/Volumes/110/12/2207.pdf
Bengaluru’s reality: towards unlivable status with unplanned urban trajectory

Best ENVIS Centre (thematic) 2014-15 award goes to CES,IISc

Best ENVIS Centre award to CES

Shri Prakash Javadekar, Minister of State (Independent Charge), Environment, Forest and Climate Change presented the Best ENVIS Centre (thematic) 2014-15 award to Dr.T.V.Ramachandra, Centre for Ecological ciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru.
(C) The image above is taken from the Ministry of Environment and Forest website http://www.moef.gov.in/content/launch-envis-portal-and-inauguration-nati...

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