Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Acharya P C Ray NYS Conference

Date: 23-01-2012.
dVijnan Mission
(VijnanajBharati, West Bengal unit)

PC Tay National Young Scientists' conference

Vijnana Bharati welcomes you to the 3rdNational Young 
Scientists' Conference to be held at Presidency University 
and Calcutta University on 17th & 18th February 
– 2012. The first conference was held at NIT, Kurukshetra, 
Haryana followed by the second conference in Doon
 University, Dehradun, Uttarkhand.

The conference includes Plenary lectures, Technical Sessions,
 Interaction with Scientists and Scientific Expo. The focal
 theme of the conference is on "Advances in Chemical,
 Pharmaceutical and Ayurvedic Sciences". We are in receipt 
of 200 Research papers till date.
Image of Prof. Dr.A P J Abdul Kalam, former president of India.I

The conference will be inaugurated by Hon. Former 
President of India, Prof. APJ Abdul Kalam.  He is a
 renowned Aerospace Engineer, Professor 
(of Aerospace Engineering) and first Chancellor of IIST,
 Thiruvananthapuram. He was awarded Bharat Ratna, 
India's highest civilian honour in 1997.
Prof. Samir Brahmachari (Director General, CSIR)
Keynote Address

Keynote address will be delivered by Prof.Samir 
Brahmachari (Director General, CSIR) in a separate
 session. He has discovered two genes linked
 to bipolar disorder and schizophrenia respectively
 and his most significant achievement is considered 
to be the discovery of three genes linked to SARS virus.

Interactive Session

Tathagat Avatar Tulsi (IIT,Mumbai), the youngest 
faculty member ever at an IIT, will interact with 
the delegates. He is an Indian Physicist, best 
known as a child prodigy. He completed highschool
 at the age of 9 and BSc. at the age of 10 and MSc. 
at the age of 12. He got his Ph.D from the Indian 
Institute of Science, Bangalore at the age of 22.
Experts on the concerned subjects will address the 

Registration is available online at www.youngscientists.in   

The conference is organised by Vivekananda Vijnan 
Mission( Vijnana Bharati, WB Unit) in association with 
Presidency University and Culcutta University.

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