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BOTANY WEBINAR ON ‘HERBAL BOOSTERS- TO STAY AMID COVID 19’

Published On : 01 Aug 2020   |  Reported By : media release


The Department of Botany, St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru, organized a Webinar on ‘ Herbal Boosters- to Stay Amid Covid 19’ on 29 July 2020. The Webinar commenced at 10.30 am.

 

Dr Jeddu Ganapathi Bhat, an Ayurvedic Professor was the resource person. Mrs Froidy Fernandes, Asst. Professor of Botany, the convener of the Webinar welcomed the participants. Dr Keshavachandra, Head of the Department of Botany introduced the resource person to the participants. The resource person briefed the participants with herbs, spices, fruits and many more which boost our immunity to fight against the pandemic. He stressed on the benefits and side effects of homemade herbal decoctions. The session concluded by solving the queries of the participants.

The participants were asked to fill in the feedback form in order to receive the E-Certificate. There were 170 participants, including medical practitioners, Professors and students of our college and other colleges.

Mrs Froidy Fernandes thanked the resource person and the participants. There was a positive feedback from all the participants. At about 12.10 pm the webinar ended







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