Zamorano University Students Teach Energy Efficiency in India
July 13, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsTegucigalpa, Honduras, July 13, 2011: Four students from leading Latin American University, Zamorano University, are putting their skills into action in India. The students have successfully implemented an energy efficiency campaign in Bihar in India's southeast teaching students about electricity preservation. More than 5000 high school and college students across 30 schools have participated in their pioneering program.
The Zamorano students are Yanira Loa Pech from Belize, Nivaro Centeno from Panama, Alberto Quintana from Mexica and Luis Huezo from El Salvador. They have teamed up with local environmental conservation organization, Tarumitra, to share their knowledge and skills.
"For more than three months we have sought to raise awareness to over 5000 students on the need to preserve as many watts of electricity possible," said Yanira Lao Pech. "I believe we have been very successful."
The program demonstrates Zamorano University's commitment to active application of knowledge and learning. In addition to rigorous academic training, Zamorano fosters practical, real-world experience. The philosophy makes its graduates much sought after in the workplace.
With the motto, 'Learning By Doing', Zamorano provides superior education that combines theory, practice, character formation and leadership. Graduates are recognized for their versatility, perseverance and commitment to positive outcomes.
About Zamorano University
Zamorano is an international agricultural university serving Latin America. Based in Honduras, Zamorano teaches the responsible management of natural resources, rural development and global competitiveness. Its unique programs combine solid academic teaching with practical knowledge and experience creating well-rounded graduates. With alumni from 29 different countries, Zamorano offers comprehensive tertiary education.
For more information visit http://www.zamorano.edu