SP Colleges hosts UGC sponsored lecture series
Srinagar, July 20: An extension lecture series, sponsored by University Grants Commission, was today kicked off at S P College, here.
Department of Electronics and Career Counselling and Placement Cell of the college jointly organised today’s lectures.
Principal of the college, Dr Nazir Ahmad Gilkar in his inaugural address stressed the need for implementation of various UGC schemes and importance of extension lectures.
Dr. G. J. Qureshi, Head Electronics emphasized the need for such awareness programs as would help students decide about their career after graduation.
The first speech was delivered guest speaker Prof (Dr.) G. M. Bhat, Director USIC, University of Kashmir.
In his lecture Prof Bhat talked about “Technology Innovation and Technopreneurship Development; Possibilities and Opportunities”.
He called upon researchers to solve local problems on priority.
Dr. Rakash Gupta of Department of Electronics G.G. M. Science College Jammu, a former Cambridge University Research Fellow and a NASA selected research fellow shed light on “Atomic Force Microscopy and the Role Played by Nano Technology in the development of this Technology”.
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