The idea of conserving electricity means that you should only use it when necessary and avoid wasting it. This means doing simple things, such as turning off lights when you leave a room, as well as more involved processes, such as replacing standard light bulbs and appliances with those that use less electricity. While you may not notice much of an impact on your day-to-day life when you make these types of changes, the environmental impact of your actions will be much larger.
Standard Course Fee:
for trainees from India, Nepal and Bhutan: INR 20400
for trainees from other countries : USD 480
for trainees from SAARC countries : USD 330
Available for more than one participants from one organization and participants from SAARC Countries.