Students ‘inspired’ at DST science camp 2012

BANGALORE: The five-day Department of Science and Technology camp concluded at the Jnanabharathi Campus with over 300 students from across the state participating in it. The event ‘Inspi

Published: 23rd January 2012 04:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:20 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The five-day Department of Science and Technology camp concluded at the Jnanabharathi Campus with over 300 students from across the state participating in it.

The event ‘Inspire Internship Science Camp’ held on Sunday was organised by the Department of Biological Sciences, Bangalore University for the second time in a row.

Chairman of Department of Biological Sciences, H P Puttaraju, along with Professor N S Ramegowda, Former Vice Chancellor, Karnataka Open University, Professor B C Mylarappa, Registrar, Bangalore University and Professor P C Shreedharan, Faculty, Division of Biological Sciences addressed the students about integrated sciences.

The camp had 16 series of lectures by eminent scientists from various fields of science. The speakers provided career opportunities to these students and guided them in shaping their future in planned ways.

The chief guest at the valedictory function, Professor Rangappa threw light on the latest development of pharmaceutical research “There is a need for better infrastructure in Indian Universities which would help enhance the quality of research and could bring in good socioeconomic impact,” said Professor Rangappa.

The panelists stressed on the need for improving the quality of education for a better society. Students from Madurai, Ranchi, Srinivasapura and Bangalore appreciated the guidance provided at the event.

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