MU: National-level DST-STUTI training programme concluded

8:17 PM, Thursday, November 24th, 2022


Mangaluru : Good quality publications emerge with data collected using sophisticated instrument. Training with the use of these equipment is vital to researchers, opined Eurofins Advinus Agro sciences Services India Pvt. Ltd.(Bangaluru) Vice President & Business Unit Head Dr. V. Pardhasaradhi.

Speaking as a Chief Guest in the valedictory ceremony of the Seven-Day National-Level Training Programme sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt., of India and organized at Mangalore University in collaboration with Shivaji University, Kolhapur, recently. It was jointly organized by the DST-PURSE Instrumentation Centre, CARRT & MHRD-RUSA NMR Instrument Centre of Mangalore University under the DST STUTI scheme. Presiding over the function, Mangalore University Faculty of Science and Technology Dean Prof. Manjunatha Pattabi called upon the researchers to strengthen their knowledge in fundamentals and be well-informed of the advancements in their field of research.

In the training programme, 38 researchers from various states of the country were participated. Co-Convener Prof. Boja Poojary welcomed the gathering. Scientific officer Dr. Mahesh K.K presented the report of the programme. Convener of the training programme Prof. B. Vishalakshi rendered the vote of thanks. Department of Chemistry Research Scholar Lavina Gladis Serrao mastered the programme.


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