Trek Polamaa III - March 10-11 - registration
As part of its yearly anniversary, CTC is organizing the third edition of the "Trek Polamaa III"—an exciting symposium and awareness event on nature, wildlife, outdoors and people in India on March 10-11. Various eminent external - guest speakers from different fields, CTC organizers and members will give a talk/presentation on their passion & life experiences in the outdoors.
The event is open to anyone in or outside CTC. This year it will be a two- day event on Saturday and Sunday from 9am morning till 7pm evening. The event will be held in Tirunvanmiyur, Chennai. 18 guest speakers will give not-to-miss presentations on various topics below. In between, CTC members will insert 16 interesting "fillers" on their own experiences and various aspects of CTC. Please register in the form below which sessions you wish to attend so we can assess the headcount throughout the day and ensure sufficient space is available. Lunch break 1-2pm (lunch will not be provided but to be taken self outside there are- e.g. lots of restaurants near Tirunvanmyur signal) and "Tang" break at 4:45-5pm (in house).
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1st Cross Street, Bharathi Nagar,
Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai, 600041
Map - http://maps.google.co.in/maps/
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Expense - 50Rs per participant per day to cover a number of costs including travel for some of our guest speakers, LCD projector, water, ....
Several of our CTC members will be presenting in-between fillers -
Gayatri - My journey in CTC, ladies perspective
Anil (11 years) - Junior participant in coastal cleanup
Nachiketa - Scaling up to difficult treks
Raj Jacob - From fresher to organizer
Aishwarya - Women & trekking
Nandan - My social trek experience
Nagin - Trekking beyond age limits
Bhavana - Transforming people through trekking
Ilango (doctor) - Transforming people through trekking
Akash - Environmental awareness in CTC
Thilak - Social initiatives
Rakesh - Bike road trips
Peter Van Geit
Dare to create your own path rather than follow existing trails