Karnataka

Udupi: Solar Electricity Provided for 33 Students Houses


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (DV)

Udupi, Jan 9: Yakshagana Kalaranga’s sister association Vidhyaposhak institution in collaboration with Canara bank provided Selco company’s solar electricity facilities for 33 students homes, which were devoid of electricity.

Bangalore Canara bank veteran manager Premanath symbolically inaugurated the programme, which was held in the residence of Hanumanthi and Huligamma beneficiaries of the project.

The stage function was held at the Yakshagana Kalaranga’s office with the presidential presence of KM Udupa, director of Bharathiya Jnana Vikasa Trust.

On this occasion, Canara Bank chief manager Krishnamoorthy said that the bank wil be ever ready to support the Yakshagana Kalaranga for its pro-social activities. Sharath Poojary, student of Kokarne and Perduru Nagarathi spoke on behalf of benefited students.

Selco officer Gurumurthy was present on this occasion.

Institution president Thalur Shivaram welcomed the gathering. Vidhyaposhak secretary Muruli Kadekar compered the program. The joint secretary proposed the vote of thanks.    

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  • antony, mangalore

    Thu, Jan 10 2013

    Quite right mr sar siddapur. The govt is not just giving lip service but also is actively involved in derailing such ventures. Also the Batteries required are of poor quality hence the failures of Electric Vehicles in India.

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  • John DSouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 9 2013

    Gravity power of earth is powerful, abundant, 24x7 and absolutely free.
    Earth’s rotation and move around the Sun, by carrying huge Oceans and Continents is a real proof of its (earth’s) powerful gravity power and encouragement.

    It is possible that millions of tons of weight of people and goods (materials) on wheels can be rolled with the gravity power of earth, with a minimum fuel or other energy to regulate, control and change the direction of move.

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  • siddapur abdul raheeman saheb, siddapur/karnataka/saudia

    Wed, Jan 9 2013

    There are many draw backs in solar power system except solar water heater.Scientist should solve those draw backs.Many years ago I saw a programme in BBC tv that three wheeler(auto rikshw)was run by solar power in Mumbai.Where is it now.? What about the electrical cars and scooters ? Why these are not popular? Is there any lobby working behind to stop the use of solar and electricity?

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  • antony, mangalore

    Wed, Jan 9 2013

    The govt. seems to be on the back foot on REnewable Energy projects. Selco should offer information on the Price factors if mini projects are to come up in the state. I for one have all basic infrastructure for a small project which can power up at least 15 homes!!!!

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  • Lydia Lobo, Kadri

    Wed, Jan 9 2013

    Solar is a non-exhaustible energy and its use needs to be encouraged. This will make us independent users and less burden on state.

    Good move by Yakshagana Kalangana. Hope students who benefited from this provision will take advantage of it and excel in their studies.

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