Patna: The Bihar State Pollution Control Board (BSPCB) solicited proposals from state institutions engaged in active research work to conduct a collaborative study on various aspects of human health and pollution control.
Ashok Kumar, President of the BSPCB phantom said the decision to invite proposals for the improvement of human health and the environment was taken during a meeting of representatives from different institutions held at the council headquarters here on Monday.
Integrated research proposals were invited on topics such as the development of innovative technologies and solutions for pollution control, the multidisciplinary approach toward the solution of environmental problems, and specific statewide studies. and the region.
Ghosh said proposals for collaborative research should be submitted by interested institutions within a fortnight. After evaluating these proposals, the BSPCB will forward them to the Central Pollution Control CommissionNew Delhi, for final acceptance.
He said that the BSPCB has also decided to launch a series of conferences on research work carried out by different institutions.