Today’s awareness event at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Global University on Circular Economy and Renewable Technology was truly remarkable. A total of 400 enthusiastic students actively participated in this enlightening session, making it a resounding success. The event covered a wide range of topics, including sustainable electronics, refurbishment, and various aspects of renewable energy, such as solar, wind, and hydro power.
The event was proudly supported by Mobex, a UN member for refurbished electronics in India, which added significant value and expertise to the discussions. Mobex’s commitment to promoting sustainable electronics and refurbishment practices was evident throughout the event, providing students with valuable insights into the importance of responsible consumption and electronic waste management.
Two distinguished speakers, Mr. Vision Raval and co-speaker Mr. Rahul Barot, shared their invaluable insights and knowledge on these critical topics. Mr. Vision Raval’s expertise and Mr. Rahul Barot’s contributions enhanced the event’s educational value, leaving a lasting impact on all attendees. Their engaging presentations and discussions inspired the students to think critically and creatively about the pressing issues of circular economy and renewable technology.
The support of dedicated educators, Prof. Kunal Mohanani and Prof. Twinkal Thakkar, both Assistant Professors at the university, played a pivotal role in organizing and facilitating this event. Their commitment to fostering a learning environment that encourages discussions on sustainability is commendable and greatly contributed to the event’s success.
A special note of gratitude goes to Dr Priyanka Pathak, Director of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Global University, whose unwavering support and vision made this event possible. Her dedication to promoting initiatives that empower students with knowledge and awareness deserves special recognition.
In conclusion, today’s event was a shining example of collaborative efforts to raise awareness about the vital topics of circular economy and renewable technology, encompassing sustainable electronics, refurbishment, and renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydro power. It showcased the commitment of the university, its professors, and its students to creating a more sustainable and environmentally conscious future, with the valued support of Mobex, a key player in promoting refurbished electronics in India.