Organised by: Department of Applied Chemistry, Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences (Deemed to be University), Coimbatore-641114, Tamil Nadu

During: 5 June 2021,4.00 PM (IST)

Venue: Online

About the event:

Department of Applied Chemistry, Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences (Deemed to be University), organizes a “National Webinar on Recent Advancements for Chemistry Teachers” through an online platform. The invitation notice is attached herewith for your reference.

Recent Advancements:

- Advanced Chemistry Teaching Methodology

- Experiment Based Chemistry Learning

- Chemical Education Research Practices

- Chemistry Concept Developments

- Molecules and Materials Formations

- Novel Molecules in Health Care

- Smart Materials in Energy

- Water Technology

- Organic Food Concepts

Resource Person:

Dr. J. Starlet Vimala

Assistant Professor

LRG Government Arts College for Women

Tirupur, Tamil Nadu

Who can attend?

* Faculty Members who teach Chemistry for School / College / University students

* Students who wish to pursue a career in Chemistry

* Interested Research Scholars in Chemistry and Interdisciplinary areas like Physics, Nanoscience, Biotechnology, etc.

* Any Faculty Member from other subjects also

General Instructions:

- Registration is free

- Online link will be sent to all the registered candidates by Email

- E- Certificates will be issued for all the participants

- Date & Time : 05-06-2021 & 4.00 PM (IST)

Registration Fee: Nil

Registration link: Click here

Link for official notification: Click here

For more details:

Dr. B. Jebasingh

Associate Professor

Department of Applied Chemistry

Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences (Deemed to be University)


Tamil Nadu

Mobile: +91-9952008385


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