Twoday international conference begins at VIT

first_imgVELLORE: The two-day annual International Conference on Science, Engineering, and Technology began at Vellore Institute of Technology on November 13. The ICSET 2018 – 18th International Conference organised by the VIT School of Building Science, was inaugurated by Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India. More than 2,000 scientists, young researchers, academicians, experts and students from different parts of the world are taking part in this Conference. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfS K Sekar, Dean of School of Building Science, welcomed the gathering at the inaugural address of the Conference held at Dr Chenna Reddy Auditorium. Professor Meena, event coordinator outlined the objectives of the Conference. In his address, while presiding over the Conference, Professor Anand A Samuel, Vice-Chancellor of VIT, said that their institution accorded top priority to research. To prepare students for a career and a life ahead of them in the area of research, the faculty at VIT trained students here in research from the second and third year onwards itself, he said and that over 3,000 students were engaged in research at VIT and that the institution was credited with publishing with the maximum number of research papers in science journals among all educational institutions in the country. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveDr Samuel said that over 1,000 research papers were submitted for presentation in this annual conference on Science, Engineering, and Technology and 998 among them were selected to be presented here. He said that there were over 60 Universities in Ecuador and that next year, VIT would enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with some of those universities. Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India, inaugurated the conference and released a special souvenir released on the occasion. In his address, he said that he was delighted to inaugurate the conference. He said India was trying through various means to become a superpower at the world level. He said that there was no doubt that India would become a superpower considering that it had resources for developing its potential in the areas of science and development of its inherent talents. Among others who took part in the inaugural function included Professor S S Narayayan, Pro Vice-Chancellor, S Parimala Ranganayaki, and A Sobi.last_img

first_imgVELLORE: The two-day annual International Conference on Science, Engineering, and Technology began at Vellore Institute of Technology on November 13. The ICSET 2018 – 18th International Conference organised by the VIT School of Building Science, was inaugurated by Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India. More than 2,000 scientists, young researchers, academicians, experts and students from different parts of the world are taking part in this Conference. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfS K Sekar, Dean of School of Building Science, welcomed the gathering at the inaugural address of the Conference held at Dr Chenna Reddy Auditorium. Professor Meena, event coordinator outlined the objectives of the Conference. In his address, while presiding over the Conference, Professor Anand A Samuel, Vice-Chancellor of VIT, said that their institution accorded top priority to research. To prepare students for a career and a life ahead of them in the area of research, the faculty at VIT trained students here in research from the second and third year onwards itself, he said and that over 3,000 students were engaged in research at VIT and that the institution was credited with publishing with the maximum number of research papers in science journals among all educational institutions in the country. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveDr Samuel said that over 1,000 research papers were submitted for presentation in this annual conference on Science, Engineering, and Technology and 998 among them were selected to be presented here. He said that there were over 60 Universities in Ecuador and that next year, VIT would enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with some of those universities. Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India, inaugurated the conference and released a special souvenir released on the occasion. In his address, he said that he was delighted to inaugurate the conference. He said India was trying through various means to become a superpower at the world level. He said that there was no doubt that India would become a superpower considering that it had resources for developing its potential in the areas of science and development of its inherent talents. Among others who took part in the inaugural function included Professor S S Narayayan, Pro Vice-Chancellor, S Parimala Ranganayaki, and A Sobi.last_img

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