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The department of PG chemistry of St. Agnes college Organized " CHEM-AURA”

Published On : 07 Sep 2019   |  Reported By : media release


The department of PG chemistry of St. Agnes college had organized the inauguration of their association ‘CHEMAURA’ on 03-september-2019.Dr.Suchethan P.A assistant professor department of studies and research in chemistry at tumkur university was present as the chief guest of the programme .The pogramme was started by a prayer song followed by a welcome dance by the students.

The programme was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the dignitaries followed by the introduction of the office bearers of the association .The oath taking ceremony was led by Dr Geetha M Pinto the head of the chemistry department .The briefing of the association was done by Dr keerthy H.K assistant professor of the chemistry department.

The chief guest enlightened the audience with his insights on the future research fields in chemistry and ample opportunities available for chemists. He also gave lecture on “Solid state chemistry” after the inauguration. The president of the function Sr Dr Jeswina AC addressed the gathering and motivated all with her thoughts.The programme was ended by a vote of thanks followed by the college anthem.

 







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