The Indian Institute of Technology has come up with a unique way to teach students about animals and make them a lifeline for animals in need.
The project has brought together a number of the institute’s animal welfare experts and students to teach about animal welfare and animal-related subjects in an attempt to build a network of animal lovers who are helping animals across India.
The institute’s Animal Welfare Group is also planning to introduce the project to the government and its animal welfare partners in the near future.
The project, which has received funding from the government, the NRI Foundation and the Indian Institute, aims to help students gain a deeper understanding of animal welfare issues in India.
It aims to bring together students who have been involved in animal welfare work for many years and offer them opportunities to connect with animal welfare professionals across the country.
The initiative is being coordinated by the Institute’s animal protection and animal welfare group.
The group is also spearheading a campaign called “BJP Animals for a Cause” which will be launching on September 10.
The aim of the project is to teach young students about animal ethics and ethics of animal rights and the importance of animal-friendly industries.
In an effort to bridge the gap between students and the profession, the institute has already invited a number, including senior veterinary scientist Anup Kumar Das, senior animal welfare activist Pratibha Jain and senior animal scientist Dr Amitabh Thakur, among others.
The initiative is a joint venture between the institute, the Animal Welfare Foundation and a leading animal welfare organization called the Animal Protection League.
The animal protection organization is part of the National Animal Protection Alliance, which is a network for animal welfare advocates.
It is led by Dr Bhavani Choudhary, who has written extensively about animal rights issues and who is also a prominent animal rights activist.
The Animal Welfare League is a non-profit organisation whose purpose is to protect animals and to promote animal welfare, according to its website.
Kumar Das, the director of the Animal Research Institute (ARI) at the institute said, “This project will teach students in an effort at educating them about ethical and social issues related to animals and how to live in harmony with animals.”
The initiative was launched at the end of August, according the institute.
The goal is to connect students with the animal welfare profession through their interaction with the institute and its partners.
“We have created a network that will provide them with resources to develop their skills in animal protection, including animal welfare NGOs,” Kumar Das told The Hindu.
“The idea is that we will introduce this network to the Indian government and the animal protection agencies.
We have also organised a workshop for students on animal welfare at the Animal Science Department of the Indian Institutes of Technology, where we will present the project and introduce them to the world of animal advocacy,” he added.
Kamal Shukla, the head of the animal research institute, said, The purpose of the workshop is to bring in a global perspective to this project.
“We have been collaborating with some international NGOs and institutions in India and are planning to launch this project in other parts of the world as well,” he said.
“For instance, the workshop will be held in Mumbai on September 17.
We plan to launch a project in India in the next few months.”
The institute has also organised two other workshops for students.
One workshop is being organised at the Indian Academy of Sciences, a public institution.
Students will learn about animal conservation, animal research and environmental management.
The other workshop will cover topics related to the role of the public in supporting animals.
Dr Das said, It is important for the students to learn about the role that the public can play in animal conservation.
“It is important to know that public organisations can play a significant role in helping animals, and that the government can do its part as well.
Students should be educated about the impact of the environment on animals, how to help animals and the role they can play,” he stressed.
According to Kumar Das , the project aims to teach the students about ethical issues related with animal-rights and animal protection issues in the country and how they can be applied in the industry.
The students will be trained to speak with animal rights activists, as well as to develop relationships with the industry and the people who support it.
The seminar will also include the development of animal protection awareness among students and help them to become more effective advocates.
According the institute website, the project will start on September 1.
The centre is yet to decide the final number of students who will participate in the project.
The aim is to train 50 students for a total of 50 students.
The number of people who will be involved in the study is yet being determined.