Anitha Nair is working as Senior Lecturer in Modern College of Business and Science. As a Faculty Member, she has more than 10 years of experience in the field of teaching, both in India and Oman. An active environmentalist, Anitha is also the Supervisor of the Environment Club at MCBS, which aims at instilling a sense of responsibility for the environment among the student fraternity.
Jaya Sangeetha is a faculty of Marketing and Management who has been associated with Modern College of Business and Science (MCBS) since 2006.
Dr. Jaya has a Ph.D. in Marketing Management and an M.Phil. in Management and an MBA in Marketing. She has 14 years of teaching experience in Muscat and in India and almost 7 years of extensive industrial experience in Oman and India in both the public and private sectors.
Environment management research is her passion and one most close to her heart.
Given the present momentum of events, anthropocene may not last for long as it is engineering the apocalypse with the wonder material – Plastics. Anthropocene signifies the geological period when humans have been the dominant influence on the planet’s environment. According statistics, the world produced 322 million metric tons of plastics in 2015; and it is likely to be four times more by 2050. Plastics have become ubiquitous in our lives today. This wonder material which was invented in 1907 is thickly intertwined with every aspect of our lives today – from toothbrush to the sophisticated gadgets and equipment which … Continue reading →
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