Nitte: National level advanced material science and technology workshop

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Nitte, July29:  Nitte Mahalinga Adyanthaya Memorial institute of technology’s (N.M.A.M) two days i.e. July 25 and July 26th national level workshop on advanced materials research device application organized by departments of physics and chemistry was concluded on July 26, Friday.

Dr Dinesh Rangappa,Chief ,technical department and Special administrator,Vishvesharayya technical Vidyanilaya,Belgaum,Bangalore zone were present as chief guests  and said in their guest speech that nowadays importance is being given for advanced material science and hence this workshop is meaningful one.

Besides, they also said that participated applicants who gained knowledge in this workshop must share their knowledge, experience with their colleagues and they have to try to bring into reality through their researches, they said.

Dr Niranjan N Cheplunikar, college principal has presided over the function and said in his presidential address that in recent days in many matters, expert’s intelligence has got an opportunity for advanced researches. With this kind of researches, we can compete with any other world’s developing countries, he said.

Dr.I Ramesh Mithanthaya, Vice principal, techveep convener said in his address that techveep will always support and encourage quality programmes.But it should not be limited to one institution and only when other nearby institutions avail the benefits then only it will be more effective and meaningful, he added. Therefore whatever the techveep sponsored programmes are held, more and more teachers are to be appointed, he said.

Dr.seetharama Shettigara, HOD of physics dept has welcomed the guests, Manjunatha K B has introduced the guests and Dr Ramesh Bhat has proposed the vote of thanks.

Dr.Janardhan Nayak, dept of chemistry was on the dais.Dr Sharada G Prabhu compered the programme.

The certificates have been distributed to over 60 teachers, who have come from different parts of states and research students on the occasion.

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