National Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences (Special emphasis on : Food and Drug re (NCRACS)
|Event Date/Time: Oct 03, 2008||End Date/Time: Oct 05, 2008|
|Registration Date: Sep 20, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 10, 2008|
|Abstract Submission Date: Oct 10, 2008|
|Paper Submission Date: Oct 20, 2008|
â€¢ Green Chemistry
â€¢ Environmental chemistry
â€¢ Pharmaceutical chemistry
â€¢ Natural product and synthetic chemistry
â€¢ Chemical Biotechnology
Who should participate : Academicians, Scientists and students working in the field of chemical and allied sciences can participate. Participants are encouraged to present their work related with recent and emerging fields of chemical sciences.
Registration: All delegates, including chairpersons and student participants, are required to pay the conference registration fee. Registration for the conference by 10th September 2008 is strongly encouraged. There will be no spot registration. Registration fees can be paid by D.D. may be drawn in favour of â€œConvener NCRACS-2008â€ payable at Bikaner. Registration fee is -
For Delegates from Academic institution Rs 800/-
For Delegates from Industry Rs 1500/-
For students Rs 500/-
For accompanying person Rs 500/-
(Late Registration fee paid after 10th Sept 2008 to 20th Sept 2008 Rs 500/ extra for each category, there will be no registration after 20th September 2008).
The registration fee includes participation in the scientific programme, copy of abstract, lunch, dinner and tea during the session. Accommodation charges are not included in registration fee. However suitable accommodation can be arranged in hotels and guest houses as per requirements if registration fee and accommodation charges are paid in advance.
Since October is peak tourist season in Rajasthan it is suggested to outstation participants to book accommodation in advance. Hotel charges may vary from Rs 400/ to Rs 5000/. Tariff planned is as per category-
Category A â€“ above 5000/, Category B â€“ 2500 â€“ 5000/
Category C â€“ 1500 â€“ 2500/, Category D â€“ 700 â€“ 1500/
The above charges are per person per night,
Guest House (package for three nights non AC per person) â€“ 1000/
Guest House (package for three nights AC per person) â€“ 2000/
Dormitory (package for three nights non AC per person) â€“ 500/
About Bikaner: An awesome and beautiful city with vast expanse of rippling sand and scorching sun. It is situated on an elevated ground, surrounded by a seven-kilometer-long embattled wall marked by five gates. It was formerly the capital of the princely state of Bikaner. The city was founded by Rao Bika in 1488 and from its small origin it has developed into the fourth largest city in Rajasthan. The Gang Canal (completed in 1928) and the Indira Gandhi Canal (completed in 1987) allowed the farming of crops such as mustard, cotton and wheat. Bikaner is now a trade centre for wool, hides, building stone, salt, and grain. Bikaneri woolen shawls, blankets, carpets and there are also ivory and lacquer ware handicrafts.
"Bikaneri Bhujia and Papad" (a spicy snack made from moth dal, spices and edible oil) and its sweets, â€œUsta Artâ€ (centuries old technique is characterized by miniature paintings and gold embossing) and intricately carved Jharokas are the main attractions, which has highlighted this city at world map. The real Bikaneri culture is its religious, harmonious and satisfactory inheritance which is generated from Laxminathji temple, Nagnechiji temple, Shri Karnimata temple (World famous mouse temple, Shri Kolayatji and more than 100 temples. Major tourist attractions are Junagarh Fort, Lalgarh Palace, Camel Farm, Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum, Rajasthan State Archives, Havelies, Devi Kund Sagar and Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary.
About College: Government Dungar College, Bikaner in its nascent state was called â€˜The Darbar Schoolâ€™, started in 1837 by the then ruler of Bikaner State, Sh. Dungar Singhji. After his death, his brother Shri Ganga Singhji elevated the Darbar School to Dungar Memorial College on 25 September, 1912. College level teaching started in 1928. In July, 1940 intermediate Science Faculty started with Physics and Chemistry teaching and in 1942 degree level teaching was started. In the year 1951, there were only five post-graduate colleges in Rajasthan. Dungar College was one of them. In 1962, the college shifted to its present-building. The P.G teaching in Chemistry and physics was started in 1968. The college has a privilege to act as a Deemed University from 1990 to 1995. Today this college is one of the premiere institutions of Rajasthan, where 22 subjects are being taught at degree level, 18 at post graduate level, 4 at M.Phil level and Research work is being carried out for Ph.D. Degrees in all the P.G. departments. The administrative and research capability of the college faculty and achievements of students were recognized by UGC in 2006 and college was not only awarded first A-Grade (by NAAC-UGC) government college of Rajasthan but also stated as â€˜Torch bearer of Rajasthanâ€™.
About Bikaner University: The establishment of the University of Bikaner at Bikaner marks an important milestone in the evolution of tertiary education in Rajasthan, area-wise the largest state of the Republic of India. Although it is a new university which came into existence in 2003, at present it is being runned in the campus of Government Dungar College. But construction of its new campus is in full swing and administrative block is almost ready. At present 1.40 lakh students are enrolled in the university in various courses and 390 research scholars are registered in various departments.
About Chemistry Department: Chemistry department is one of the biggest departments not only of Government Dungar College, Bikaner but of Rajasthan as well. This is situated on the south of the main building. The department is spreaded in 30000 square feet area. The department is leaded by Head Dr. H. K. Pandey. It has seven big laboratories, four for undergraduate students, two for post graduate students and one for M.Phil students. There are five small research laboratories are also available for research scholars. It has openings towards all the four sides. The Department of Chemistry, Government Dungar College was established in 1940 with the establishment of Dungar College Bikaner. It however, took another eleven years to find a permanent place in the main campus. Since then, the department has never looked back. What is unique about the department is that it has a tradition of dedicated faculty members who has served at the highest posts of college and university education and this tradition is not only maintained but have been nurtured by the present faculty. At present 1060
undergraduate students, 40 post graduate students, 20 M.Phil. students and 27 Ph.D. scholars are studying in this department. Students of this department have served and shown the capability at national and international level. Among the present faculty members half of them were students or scholars of this department including the present Head. First Ph.D. scholar in chemistry from the Bikaner University Ms. Rashmi Jain who completed her research work under the supervision of Dr. N. Bhojak., was also from this department.
National Advisory Board
* Prof. B.S. Garg, Delhi * Prof.S. Mazumdar, Mumbai
* Prof. A.K. Indrayan, Hardwar * Prof. R.K. Mehta, Indore
* Prof. K.G. Ojha, Ajmer * Prof. R.K. Sharma, Delhi
* Dr. V.K. Jain, Ahmedabad * Prof. P.S. Verma, Jaipur
* Dr. Ashok Prasad, Delhi * Prof. D. Kulkarni, Jalgaon
* Dr. Ashish Arora, Lucknow * Prof. MRP Kurup, Kochin
* Dr. Raj Pal Sharma, Chandigarh * Prof S.C. Ameta, Udaipur
* Prof. K.M.L. Pathak, Bikaner * Prof. A.K. Gahlot, Bikaner
* Prof. P.K. Sharma, Jodhpur * Prof. S.P. Mathur, Ajmer
* Prof. I.K Sharma, Jaipur * Dr .O.P Jangir, Bikaner
* Dr. M.M. Saxena, Bikaner * Prof. V. K. Saxena, Sagar
* Prof. C. P. Bhasin, Patan * Prof. Kalish Daga, Jodhpur
* Prof. A.K. Goswami, Udaipur * Prof. M.P. Poonia, Bikaner
* Prof. R. K. Verma, Bodh Gaya * Prof. B.K. Mishra, Jyotivihar
* Prof. G.K. Joshi, Jodhpur * Dr. K.Kumar, HazariBagh
Local Advisory Committee
* Mr. Pritam Singh * Dr. K.K. Pathak
* Prof. Pankaj Goswami * Prof. G.K. Dubey
* Prof. R.N. Mathur * Dr. D.V. Singh
* Prof. T.N. Nag * Prof. D.C. Jain
* Dr. R.P. Aggrawal * Prof. P.R. Jatkar
* Prof. P.C. Tater * Prof. K.P. Soni
* Dr. Tribhuvan Sharma * Dr. I.S. Gulati
* Dr. P.R. Kamaria * Prof. K.M. Bhartiya
* Dr. Ahmed Ali * Dr. Asha Goswami
* Dr. D.V. Sharma * Prof. A.P. Shukla
* Dr. Satish Kaushik * Dr. A.K. Shandilya
* Dr. Gorakhmal * Dr. S. Pathak