Int'l Year of Chemistry commemorated at SP College
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Oct 17: Department of Chemistry SP College organized one day state level seminar on “Chemistry in the Service of Mankind” to commemorate the International Year of Chemistry 2011.
In his welcome address, Principal Prof Zahoor Ahmad Chatt underscored the role of chemistry in day to day life and the significance of the seminar.
HOD Department of Chemistry Kashmir University Prof Khaleeq-u-Zaman who was chief guest of the event, highlighted the role of chemistry in biological processes. Prof BA Shah Former Principal, SP College was the guest of honour.
Organizing Secretary Prof Bashir Ahmad Rather presented a brief account of the objectives of international year of chemistry 2011 as well as the seminar Prof Bilal Ahmad Bhat present the report of seminar proceedings while Prof Bashir Ahmad Rather presented vote of thanks. The event was anchored by Dr Fayaz Ahmad Sheikh.
Chairpersons of the technical session were Prof Mairaj-ud-Din Sheikh and Prof. Assia Siddiqui.
Organizing committee of the event included Prof Muhammad Afzal Mir Staff Secretary, Prof (Dr) K A Khan, Prof Bashir Ahmad Mir, Prof Nighat Hassan, Prof Muhammad Ashraf Wani , Prof (Dr) Sheikh Fayaz Ahmad, Prof Sadat Hassan Kar, Prof Ghulam Muhammad Jan, Prof Mushtaq Ahmad Lone, Prof Kounsar Hassan, Prof (Dr) Syed Misbah Zahoor, Prof Peer Irfan Rashid, Prof Abdul Haleem Wani, Prof. Nusrat Shafi.
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