Seminar on Recent advance in molecular and material (RA2M-2018) – Organized by Haldia Institute of Technology & The Indian Chemical Society

International seminar on Recent Advance in Molecular and material (RA2M-2018) will be held on August 2nd and 3rd, in commemoration of the 157th Birth anniversary of Acharya Prafulla Candra Roy.

It is jointly organized by The Indian Chemical Society and Haldia Institute of Technology, HaldiaAssociated with IICHE, Haldia Regional Center Haldia Institute of Technology.

As Haldia is taken as an epicenter of a chemical hub in eastern India, so Haldia Institute of Technology is selected as the main center all over eastern India.

HIT is known as the first non-governmental institute over East India which is established in the year 1996.

It is first in 2 decades of the successful programme in the city of the joy (Kolkata), Indian Chemical Society chose a town to be their host place of this prestigious event.

It is even said that ICS will organize their next programmes in the towns all over the place just to spread some quality educations and business strategies to the young generations and newcomers.

Some of the esteemed speakers like Padmashri awarded Prof. G.D, Yadav, Vice-chancellor, ICT Mumbai and Prof. Christopher W. Bielawski, UNISI Republic of Korea and many more will be attending this prestigious event.

The seminar aims to provide a forum for eminent academicians, technologists, young researchers and students to exchange their ideas on the latest development and future trends in the fields of Synthesis, Characterizations and Technological Applications of Molecules & Materials. This seminar aims to bridge the gap between the eminent scientists and the young researchers/UG/PG students. UG/PG students will be encouraged to present (Research/Review based) scientific topics.

The seminar will promote the Talent from School students to show their scientific projects, to encourage them to future research in the motto of ‘Science for Nation Building’. The programme will also include a quiz competition among school students to popularize chemistry and chemical science with a motto of “Chemistry for Better Tomorrow”.



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