Intl workshop on advancement in science, society begins at D N College

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 12 Mar 2017 11:01:04


Staff Reporter

INTERNATIONAL research symposium on the topic of ‘Advances in Science, Society, Culture, Humanities and Technology’, was inaugurated at D N Jain College, on Saturday.


The symposium is organised under joint banner of D N Jain college and South Asia Management Association and Jabalpur Management Association.
Chief guest on the occasion was Minister for Public and Health Education (Independent In-Charge) Sharad Jain, while, Registrar of Veterinary University Dr Govind Pandey, Dr Surendra Singh Director, Skill Development, RDU, Dr Nipun Silawat, Principal Scientist, Madhya Pradesh Council Science and Technology, Bhopal, Dr Narendra Shukla, Dean Management, RDU, Principal Dr Shayam Mohan Dwivedi, Chairman of Jabalpur Management Association, Anil Mehra, Secretary of South Asia Management Association Dr Sourab Jain, Dr Tarun Bajpyaee, Dr H N Mishra graced the occasion as special guests. Prantiye Pracharak Mahakoshal Area, Rashtriya Swam Sewak Sangh, Rangrej was specially present.


At the outset, the programme was inaugurated by lighting the traditional lamp and garlanded the portrait of Goddess Saraswati.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Sharad Jain said that the research symposium is very important and useful for the development of society, and country. He also emphasised that such kind of programme should be needed for the society and should be organised. Dr Surendra Singh expressed concern towards increasing unemployment in the society. Dr Pandey said that it is a positive effort to conduct such kind of symposium over research.


During the programme, the book ‘Advances In Commerce and Management Studies’, that penned by Dr Shayam Mohan Dwivedi and Dr Tarun Bajpayee was also released by guests. Along with this, the five books were also released. During the programme, personalities who excelled in the education were felicitated.


On the first day, the two technical sessions were held. Where, researcher read out the papers. Around 300, students, researchers and experts from different states participated in the programme.


Dr Rangnath Shukla, Professor B M Shukla, Dr Shailesh Jain, Dr Vinod Soni, Dr Archana Pandey, Dr Versha Dubey, Professor Ruchi, Abhijeet Singh, and other professors extended their contribution in the programme.
The other technical session and concluding of symposium would be held on Sunday.