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“Quantum Mechanics, A Strange World of Particles” St Agnes College

Published On : 17 Feb 2021   |  Reported By : media release


DEPARTMENTOFCHEMISTRY(PG) Organised Guest Lecture on “Quantum Mechanics, A Strange World of Particles”.The department of PG Chemistry of St Agnes College had organised Guest Lecture on “Quantum Mechanics, A Strange World of Particles” on 02-02-2021.

The main purpose of this session is to introduce the topic Quantum Mechanics for the first year students.

Dr.Purandara H, Asst.professor PG department of Chemistry, SDM College ujire.

Present as the chief guest and speaker for the day. Dr.Geetha M.Pinto, HOD PG department of chemistry, Dr.Sapna , Ms.Heziland Ms.Pratheeksha, faculty PG department of chemistry, was also attended the sessiona long with first year PG chemistry students. The MC of this programme was done by Ms.Sharon Bindu. The programmes tarted by seeking the Blessings of god. Ms.Vidya heartily welcomed the chief guest. The guest introduction was given by Ms.Lavina. It was followed by the Guest lecture session from Dr.Prandara H. The programme ended by vote of thanks by sister Rosmi.

As per the feedback received by the participants, the session Was very knowledgeable, the lecture helped them in Understanding the concepts of “Quantum Mechanics







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