G20 Summit: Top Students Sought For International Nanotech Conference


SRINAGAR: The School Education Department has sought details of ten toppers or innovative students from each district for deputation to the International Conference on ‘Nanotechnology for Better Living’ under the G20 programme.

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Director of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) has stated that at least ten student toppers or innovators per district, preferably from the 11th and 12th grades, will be deputed for the International Conference on Nanotechnology for Better Living under the G20 programme.

The conference, the 8th edition of the biennial International Conference on Nanotechnology for Better Living (NBL-23), will be organized by NIT Srinagar in association with prestigious institutions and organizations, including IIT BHU, from May 25-29, which marks the birth anniversary of physicist and inventor Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.

The director said that a fusion of biological, chemical, physical, agriculture, and health services is expected to provide a vibrant platform to present and discuss path-breaking research ideas in nanotechnologies and shall be an interface between academia and industries. Additionally, pre-conference tutorials for school children who are supposed to work for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been arranged.

The director has directed the CEOs of the region to depute ten student toppers or innovators from their respective districts for the scientific event on May 23, which marks the inaugural day. The CEOs have been requested to provide the list of students from their district along with their models or innovations, as per the format, along with details of the escort teacher.

Dedicated sessions, ‘Seeding Nano-science to Young Minds’ and “Nurturing minds for a better world” shall be conducted during the conclave by leading stalwarts, thus handing over this multidisciplinary science to our young and smart generation. A galaxy of local innovators and entrepreneurs shall also be part of the summit, along with the students. (KNO)


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