National Conference on Frontiers in Chemical Science
Chief Guest, Prof. Uma Shanker Sharma, Vice Chancellor, MPUAT enumerated that both environment pollution and safety are in hands of chemist. He emphasised on use of organic fertilizers as they are much beneficial for mankind and thrown light on balanced use of eco-friendly pesticides and insecticides. Further he stated that this conference will help research scholars to overcome several challenges and will enthuse them to convert ideas into reality and will pave way towards development of new avenues in Chemical Sciences for researchers. Prof. B.P. Sharma, President, Pacific University chaired the inaugural session. He explained the theory of quantum mechanics of consciousness and conscience and research in this direction may be helpful for learning more about our self. Present researches in this direction signify the electrochemical reactions happening in the brain. Prof. Sharma also highlighted on perils of present Intellectual Property Rights Laws, especially in context of medicine and drugs for global mankind together with disadvantages of gene modifications. Prof. B.L. Verma, Guest of Honor, emphasized on importance of basic chemical reaction and their synthesis. Similarly, Prof. D.C. Mukherjee, Honorary Secretary – Indian Chemical Society, Kolkata has thrown light on implementation of research in industry for its multiple growths. Further, the invited speakers, Prof. Anshu Dandia, Rajasthan University, Jaipur spoke on nonmaterial structure, tailoring and catalytic activity. Prof. Ali Mohammad, Aligarh Muslim University, presented talk on micellar thin layer chromatography. Prof. S.K. Das, University of Calcutta, delivered lecture on chromium removal from aqueous solution using artificial neural network modeling. The conference secretary Dr. Rakshit Ameta, depicted the goal of the conference. The delegates presented their research papers in form of posters and best three presentations in Young and Senior Scientist category of each were awarded. Prof. S.S. Dulawat delivered vote on thanks and programme was convened by Dr. Surbhi Benjamin.