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Azim Premji Univ Researchers Transform Ecological Study Into Story Book

Azim Premji University researchers have transformed an eight-year old ecological research into a storybook to aware people about Bengaluru's environment and wooden grooves. Titled 'Where have all our gunda thopes gone?', the 56-page story gives insights into environmental problems by showing facts. Illustrated by APU's Sukanya Basu, the book is translated by NSD visiting faculty member MK Shankar. It contains adjacent English and Kannada paragraphs to increase relatability.

Thu, 08 Apr 2021 - 05:17 PM / by Ronit John

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