Rani Channamma University organised a nationwide symposium and workshop on “Advances in Chemical Sciences and its applications” in Belagavi on Thursday.
V. Peesapati, former professor of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, who inaugurated the occasion, requested college students to be up to date with information and communication abilities.
He suggested school members to focus not solely on classroom instructing but additionally on the persona improvement of scholars. “You should try to inculcate traits of discipline among students. To do that, you should demonstrate academic excellence and disciplined and dignified behaviour,” he stated.
Resource individual A. Venkataramana stated that the school members of the college’s Chemistry Department have introduced over ₹3 crore in analysis grants that can result in higher understanding of scientific ideas, introduce useful improvements and complement the teaching-learning course of.
Basavaraj Padmashali, dean, school of Science and Technology, stated that school members, retired professors, workers and college students are working within the face of adversity to carry the college on par with the frontline establishments and laboratories in India and the world.
J. Manjanna, director, IQAC, and convener of the occasion, outlined the symposium matters and workshop.
The occasion was collectively organised by the Department of Chemistry, Rani Channamma University, in affiliation with RSC-Local Section Deccan, India.
Resource individual Prakash Diwan, former director, IICT, spoke on adjustments in drug improvement and translational science, Dr. Peesapati spoke on the significance of chirality in drug motion, Ok.S. Rane, former professor of Goa University, spoke on re-visiting steel oxides emphasising the scope of semiconductor steel oxides nanoparticles in present situation and Prof. Venkataramana spoke on attention-grabbing points of chemistry of excessive vitality molecules.
Ok. Kantharaju, chairman, chemistry, P.M. Gurubasavaraj, academics, analysis students, college students and scientists attended the programme.