One of the candidate from the course, Environment, Climate Change and Sustainability Studies, shared her interview experience with us. She has graduated from SSN College of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering. She was also preparing for Civil Services. Here’s her experience. Extempore topic: “Scientific response is required for climatic change” Interview questions are as follows: – […]
A student from the course, Environment, Climate Change and Sustainability Studies, had shared her interview experience with us. She did her graduation in Geography. Here’s everything you should know about her interview. Essay topic: “Protecting human rights protect environment” Questions asked to her during her interview round are as follows: – Tell me about yourself.
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Since 2000, there has been a 7% decline of complete forests worldwide, and new estimates suggest that over a million species may be gone entirely in the coming decades. Climate change, as well as the current pandemic, will place extra strains on our ecological systems. These phenomena are not exclusive to India. Nowadays, it is