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    • Congratulations to Ms. Archishmati Dubey, a Ph.D. student of Prof. Ravi Shankar group, for being awarded with the certificate for outstanding poster presentation during the international conference (ICCOC-GTL 16) held at Saitama University, Japan.

    • The department of chemistry mourns the demise of former Professor N. K. Sandle who breathed his last on 30 Aug 2019. Prof. Sandle served the department from 1965 to 1996.

    • The department cordially welcomes 2019 batch of Ph.D. students.
      The department cordially welcomes 2019 batch of M.Tech. students.
      The department cordially welcomes 2019 batch of M.Sc. students.
      Congratulations to Prof. Shashank Deep for co-authoring the text book on Engineering Chemistry published by Oxford University Press.
      Congratulations to Prof. Nidhi Jain for receiving special invitation for 2019 Gordon Resesrch Conference on Heterocyclic Compounds.
      Congratulations to Mr. Aditya Gupta, a Ph.D. student of Prof. Hemant K. Kashyap group, for winning Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (RSC) Best Poster Prize at 8th International Congress on Ionic Liquids (COIL-8) held in Beijing, China between 13-17 May 2019.
    • The department welcomes Dr. Muntha Ramu Yadav. His area of research is organic chemistry.
    • Congratulations to Prof. Ashok K. Ganguli for receiving the Dr. A. V. Rama Rao Foundation Lecture award of 2019.
    • The department welcomes Dr. Chinmoy Kumar Hazra. His area of research is organic chemistry.
    • Congratulations to Prof. Sunil K. Khare for being elected as a Fellow of National Academy of Agricultural Sciences, (FNAAS), India.

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