National Conference and Workshop Organized
A two-day national conference and workshop was launched on 3 November 2019 at the Visvesvaraya Hall of the Pacific University under the joint aegis of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and the Pacific Academy of Higher Education and Research University. The main focus of the workshop was the Green Chemistry and Scientific and Technical Terminology Commission of Chemistry - today required.
The aim of which was to promote the study and reading of Hindi language in the subject of green chemistry. Chief guest Professor ML Kalra (former Vice Chancellor, Kota University)said that there is a lack of good books used in standard vocabulary and we can promote the use of regional languages, so that the public is also aware of research information.
The Assistant Director of the Commission, Professor Shiv Kumar Chaudhary gave detailed information about the formation, purpose, ordinance, requirement and terminology of the Commission.
In this sequence, Professor Hemant Kothari (Founder, Postgraduate Studies)said that the research department of Pacific University is constantly moving in the interest of society and community. Many research works have been done on green chemistry, nanochemistry, quantum dots and international awards have also been received in these fields. He also pointed out that always the use of proper terminology at the right place only reveals the right meaning.
Professor S.Explaining the importance of science and technical terminology in green chemistry. C. Ameta (Eminent Chemist) said that Hindi vocabulary was not used much in the initial years, but due to gradual improvement and continuous efforts, the situation has changed now and various researchers and students have benefited from it.
Professor Rajesh Dubey (Director, Department of Biotechnology, Sukhadia University)) said that there is a need to use Hindi language in teaching system and practical education.
.In the same number, Professor B.C. D. Roy (Vice Chancellor, Pacific University) ) told that there is a lack of Hindi vocabulary in the medical field, so the Commission should remove such books in all areas which can prove to be helpful in future.
FinallyProfessor Rameshwar Ameta (Founder, Faculty of Science, Pacific University) proposed a vote of thanks. On this occasion, four invited lectures on 'Problem and solution in science writing studies and teaching' were presented by Professor Alok Chaturvedi (Ajmer), Professor ML Kalra (Udaipur), Professor Manish (Delhi) and Professor Rakshit Ameta (Udaipur).
Done. 10 researchers gave oral presentation on chemistry related points in Hindi. The program was conducted byDr. Shalu Dadhich. The above information was given by Dr. Neetu Aggarwal.