Sponsors
Science   and   Technology   (S&T)   are   key   drivers   to   development   in   the   present   globalised   knowledge   -   driven   economy. Modernization   in   every   aspect   of   life   is   the   greatest   example   of   implementation   of   S&T   in   every   nation.   With   the   introduction of   modern   gadgets   in   most   of   the   spheres,   life   has   become   simple   and   this   has   been   possible   mainly   due   to   implementation of    scientific    and    technological    advancements.    Without    advancements    of    S&T    in    different    sectors    such    as    agriculture, medicine,   electronics   &   communications,   computing   &   data   science,   ICT,   space   technology,   nanotechnology,   robotics   or   any other   field,   it would   not   have   been   possible   for   the   humanity   to   harness   their   benefits   for   better   living.   In view   of   this,   it   is well recognized   now   that   there   is   a   distinct   relationship   between   the   S&T   capability   and   economic   well-being   of   a   nation.   In   the last   century,   advances   in   electronics   &   communications   have   opened   endless   &   exciting   possibilities   in   almost   every   sphere of   human   activities.   Those   apart,   new   scientific   fields   have   appeared   and   continue   to   carve   out   their   niches   in   the   general field   of   S&T.   One   such   new   field   is   nanotechnology,   which   has   been   creating   waves   across   the   sectors.   The   enabling   nature and   ability   to   develop   along   with   existing   technologies   makes   this   latest   sunrise   technology,   a   more   versatile   tool   to   address many   key   developmental   challenges   in   diverse   sectors. Another   area   that   has   emerged   as   an   ambitious   new   scientific   field   is data   science,   which   aims   to   translate   data   into   insight   &   intelligence   for   decision   making.   While   in   the   field   of   agriculture, smart   farming   technologies   are   expected   to   reduce   farming   cost   considerably   and   also   maximise   yields   to   meet   food security   needs.   Further,   the   space   science   research   is   having   a   major   impact   on   our   lives. The   space   technology   enabled   ICT has   provided   an   inexpensive   and   instant   access   to   information   and   data   banks   along   with   overcoming   communication barriers   between   countries   &   communities.   Because   of   this,   there   has   been   accelerated   accumulation,   diffusion   and   use   of scientific   knowledge,   which   has   been   reshaping   our   world.   However,   the   future   space   research   will   concentrate   on   space colonies, search for extra terrestrial intelligence and planetary explorations. Thus,   S&T   are   being   increasingly   recognized   as   the   foundation   for   sustainable   development   as   well   as   the   best   hope   for   a better   future   for   humanity,   as   they   have   much   to   offer   in   finding   suitable   solutions   for   many   of   the   present   and   future challenges.    Considering    this,    KSTA    in    association   with    Gulbarga    University    is    organizing    KSTA    National    Conference    on "Science   and   Technology   for   Inclusive   Development   "   during   March   6-7,   2018   (Tuesday   &   Wednesday)   in   Kalaburagi   (earlier known   as   Gulbarga)   to   create   an   awareness   on   innovative   research   and   development   by   organising   distinguished   lectures from    eminent    scientists    and    renowned    technocrats.    KSTA    conferences,    over    the   years,    have    been    providing    a    unique platform    for    students,    research    scholars,    academicians,    officials    and    scientific    community    from    diverse    disciplines    to deliberate   on   two-way   commitment   of   science   to   society   and   society   to   science.   In   addition,   young   researchers   will   have   an opportunity to present their ideas and research outcomes in the form of posters .
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REGISTRATION

Registration   for   conference   is   open   to   UG   &   PG   Students,   Doctoral   &   Research   Scholars, Scientists   /   Researchers,   Teaching   Faculty,   Officers   of   Line   Departments,   Science   Writers and   interested   general   public.   For   registration   as   a   delegate,   please   fill-in   the   registration form    and    mail    it    to:        kstaguk18@gmail.com    on    or    before    February    15,    2018.    Online registration  is recommended.  Note    :    Participation    certificates        and    travel    allowance    (II    Class    train    fare    from    nearest railway   station   only)      for   selected   delegates will   be   given   only   after   the valedictory   function (around 5.30 pm). Hence, travel itinerary may be planned accordingly.

DISCIPLINES/ SUBJECT

Chemical, Nano & Life Sciences Medical, Pharmacy & Ayurvedic Sciences Physics, Mathematics & Computer Sciences Engineering Sciences (any branch)

WHO CAN PRESENT

UG & PG Students Doctoral & Research Scholars Young Scientists / Researchers

PRIZES IN EACH DISCIPLINE

I Prize Rs. 10,000/- II Prize Rs. 7,500/- Consolation Prizes 1 Rs. 5,000/- Consolation Prizes 2 Rs. 5,000/-

Guidelines for Submission of Abstracts

Prepare your poster of size 3 x 2½ ft Prepare the Abstract with Times New Roman font of size 12 with double line space Extended abstract should not exceed 750 words Authors have to specify the discipline to which the abstract/poster belongs Send the soft copy of Abstract to  kstaguk18@gmail.com latest by February 15, 2018 (Thursday). Authors should provide their postal address, email, Fax  and mobile number.

Instructions tor Authors of Selected Abstract

As all posters exhibited during the conference must be manned by the first author, multiple entries will not be entertained Selected posters should be set up by 8.30 am on March 06, 2018 (Tuesday) and shall be removed at the end of the conference on March 07, 2018 (Wednesday). Delegates will be free to view posters during tea breaks. Delegates will be free to view posters during tea breaks. Hence, presenters of the posters are requested to be avail-able to discuss with the delegates during the tea breaks Time slot for evaluation of posters of each discipline will be assigned during the evaluation period so as to avoid gathering of all poster presenters at the same  time Authors of selected abstracts will be asked to make 5 minutes presentation before the committee for consideration to award prize Authors of posters selected for oral presentation will be intimated in the morning of March 06, 2018 (Tuesday).

Note

The selection committee reserves the right to accept or reject the submitted abstract The panel of experts may increase or decrease the number of awards based on number of entries received and quality of research A panel of domain experts will review the posters based on originality of research, objectivity, utility to society and quality of presentation and decide on award of cash prize. The decision of the panel of experts shall be final and binding on all participants. Awards for the best poster presentations will be announced and distributed in the valedictory function Papers already published or presented elsewhere including prize winning posters in previous KSTA Signature Event and Regional Conferences  will not be accepted Plagiarism of any kind is ground for disqualification Authors should submit self certification/declaration stating that the submitted abstract/poster was not published else-where Poster presentation competition is restricted to UG & PG students, doctoral/research scholars and young researchers below the age of 35 years.

SPEAKERS

Prof. P. Venkataramaiah

Former Vice Chancellor, Kuvempu University, Shimoga TOPIC : ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES IN INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Dr. V. Jayaraman

Former Director National Remote Sensing Centre, ISRO, Hyderabad TOPIC : SPACE TECHNOLOGY FOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Prof. P Nagabhushan

Director, Indian Institute of Technology, Allahabad TOPIC : ICT FOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Prof. H. A. Ranganath

Former Vice Chancellor Bangalore  University / Former Director, NAAC, Bengaluru TOPIC : RECENT ADVANCES IN GENETICS

Dr. Basavaraj Patil

Director (R & D), Think & Ink Education and Research Foundation, Bengaluru TOPIC : MOBILE ROBOTICS

Prof. C Manoharachari

Former Professor, Osmania University, Hyderabad TOPIC : EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Prof. K. Srinivasa Raju

Co-ordinator, Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management Department of Civil Engineering, BITS, Pilani – Hyderabad Campus Jawahar Nagar TOPIC : HYDROLOGIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE : INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Dr. M. Sanjappa

CSIR Emeritus Scientist, Botanical Garden – UAS/ Former Director, Botanical Survey of India, Bangalore TOPIC : CONSERVATION OF PLANT BIODIVERSITY : INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Krishnan S S

Principal Research Scientist & Head Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Program, Centre for study of Science Technology and Policy, Bangalore TOPIC : LOW CARBON GROWTH STRATEGY: INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT IN KEY ECONOMIC SECTORS

ORGANISERS

KARNATAKA SCIENCE AND

TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY (KSTA)

An        autonomous        organization        under        the Department        of        Science        and        Technology, Government of Karnataka Established        under        the        Chairmanship        of distinguished    Space    Scientist    Padma    Vibhushan Late       Prof.       U.       R.       Rao,       Former       Chairman, ISRO/Secretary, DOS, GOI. Presently   Dr.      S.   K.   Shivakumar,   Former   Director, ISAC/ISTRAC,   ISRO,   Govt.   of   India   is   serving   as   the     Chairman Has    21    members    comprising    eminent    scientists, well-known           educationalists           and           senior administrators. Dr.   H.   Honne   Gowda,   Special   Director   (Technical), DST is the CEO & Member Secretary

GULBARGA UNIVERSITY,

KALABURGI

Established   in   1980   by   an   Act   of   Karnataka State Its    jurisdiction    extends    to    the    five    districts viz.,    Kalaburgi,    Bidar,    Raichur,    Bellary    and Koppal. Has    38    post-graduate    departments    and    4 post-graduate centres It   has   305   colleges   affiliated   colleges   which enrol   graduate/diploma   courses   in   arts,   fine arts,      music,      social      sciences,      science      & technology, commerce, education and law. The    University    enrols    about    3500    students every   year   for   various   post-graduate,   M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in various disciplines.
Research   posters   are   invited   from   UG   &   PG   Students,   Doctoral   &   Research   Scholars   and   Young   Scientists   / Researchers   (below   the   age   of   35   years)   to   encourage   excellence   in   research   /   innovation.   The   best   poster   is displayed   in   the   poster   session,   will   be   awarded   with   cash   prize.   A   compendium   of   selected   abstracts   will   be brought out and circulated to all delegates during conference. .

POSTER PRESENTATION

ABOUT
Register/Submit Abstract Online
CONTACT US
Dr. A M Ramesh Sr. Scientific Officer KSTA, DST, GOK Ph: 9845258894
Prof. Chandrakanth Kelmani R Coordinator, NCSTID-2018 Dept. of Biotechnology Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi Cell No. 9449439340
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BEST POSTER AWARD
FIRST PRIZE Rs. 10,000/- 1 Best Poster Award SECOND  PRIZE Rs. 7,500/- 2 Best Poster Award
4 awards for each disciplines total 16 awards
Consolation Prizes 1	 Rs. 5,000/- 3 Best Poster Award Consolation Prizes 2	 Rs. 5,000/- 3 Best Poster Award
OBJECTIVES
To   bring   awareness   on   the   developments   in   science   and   technology   for   human welfare among different sections of the society To   create   interest   in   scientific   and   technological   developments   as   well   as   to broaden the horizon of knowledge among students To    foster    understanding    of    scientific    developments    and    advancements    for future of humanity
2 Days 9 Keynote Speakers 600 Delegates 100 Posters 16 Awards
Copyright © 2018 KSTA
Science and Technology for Rural Development
Prof. N.B. Naduvinmani Convener, NCSTID-2018 Dept. of Mathematics Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi
Dr.Anand Nayak Co-convenor Dept. of Biochemistry Gulbarga University Cell No. 9448441952
Registration is Free
Chief Patron : Dr. S.K. Shivakmar Chairman KSTA, Former Director ISAC/ISTRAC, ISRO,GOL
Patrons: Prof S. R. Niranjana Vice Chancellor, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi Dr. P. S. Shankar, Former Principal MRMC & Member, KSTA Dr. H. Honne Gowda Special Director (Technical), DST-CEO & Member Secretary KSTA
Steering Committee: Prof. Dayananda Agsar, Registrar, GUK Prof . D. M. Madri, Regisrar,. (Evaluation), GUK Prof. RajnalkarLaxman, Finance Officer, GUK Prof .AVenkataraman, Dean S&T,GUK Prof. R L Raibaghkar, Chairman, Dept of Applied Electronics,GUKProf. V M Jail, Chairman, Dept of Physics,GUK Prof. G M Vidyasagar, Chairman, Dept of Botany,GUK Prof. Ramesh Londonkar, Chairman, Dept of Biotechnology,GUKProf. VandanaRathod, Chairperson, Dept of Microbiology, GUK Prof Parmajyothi 5, Chairperson, Dept of Biochemistry, GUK Prof. K Siddappa, Chairman, Dept of Chemistry, GUK Dr. ShivanandaRuma, Chairman, Dept of Computer Science,GUK Dr. MuraliJadesh, Chairman, Dept of Zoology, GUK Dr. Prakash Kariajjanavar, Chairman, Dept of Env. Sciences,GUK Dr. A M Ramesh, Senior scientific Officer KSTA Bengaluru Dr. Anand R, Scientific Officer II, KSTA Bengaluru Sri Srinivas V. K. Scientific Officer Sri Umesh V. G. Scientific Officer

Dr. S. N. Hegde

Former Vice Chancellor, Mysore University, Mysore
Public Talk
Science   and   Technology   (S&T)   are   key   drivers   to development   in   the   present   globalised   knowledge -   driven   economy.   Modernization   in   every   aspect   of life   is   the   greatest   example   of   implementation   of S&T     in     every     nation.    With     the     introduction     of modern   gadgets   in   most   of   the   spheres,   life   has become   simple   and   this   has   been   possible   mainly due       to       implementation       of       scientific       and technological               advancements.               Without advancements   of   S&T   in   different   sectors   such   as agriculture,            medicine,            electronics            & communications,    computing    &    data    science,    ICT, space   technology,   nanotechnology,   robotics   or   any other   field,   it   would   not   have   been   possible   for   the humanity   to   harness   their   benefits   for   better   living. In view   of   this,   it   is well   recognized   now   that   there   is a   distinct   relationship   between   the   S&T   capability and   economic   well-being   of   a   nation.   In   the   last century,   advances   in   electronics   &   communications have    opened    endless    &    exciting    possibilities    in almost    every    sphere    of    human    activities.    Those apart,    new    scientific    fields    have    appeared    and continue   to   carve   out   their   niches   in   the   general field   of   S&T.   One   such   new   field   is   nanotechnology, which   has   been   creating   waves   across   the   sectors. The   enabling   nature   and   ability   to   develop   along with   existing   technologies   makes   this   latest   sunrise technology,   a   more   versatile   tool   to   address   many key   developmental   challenges   in   diverse   sectors. Another    area    that    has    emerged    as    an    ambitious new   scientific   field   is   data   science,   which   aims   to translate     data     into     insight     &     intelligence     for decision   making.   While   in   the   field   of   agriculture, smart     farming     technologies     are     expected     to reduce      farming      cost      considerably      and      also maximise    yields    to    meet    food    security    needs. Further,    the    space    science    research    is    having    a major   impact   on   our   lives.   The   space   technology enabled    ICT    has    provided    an    inexpensive    and instant   access   to   information   and   data   banks   along with   overcoming   communication   barriers   between countries    &    communities.    Because    of    this,    there has   been   accelerated   accumulation,   diffusion   and use     of     scientific     knowledge,     which     has     been reshaping    our    world.    However,    the    future    space research     will     concentrate     on     space     colonies, search      for      extra      terrestrial      intelligence      and planetary explorations. Thus,   S&T   are   being   increasingly   recognized   as   the foundation   for   sustainable   development   as   well   as the   best   hope   for   a   better   future   for   humanity,   as they     have     much     to     offer     in     finding     suitable solutions    for    many    of    the    present    and    future challenges.    Considering    this,    KSTA    in    association with     Gulbarga     University     is     organizing     KSTA National   Conference   on   "Science   and   Technology for   Inclusive   Development   "   during   March   6-7,   2018 (Tuesday     &     Wednesday)     in     Kalaburagi     (earlier known    as    Gulbarga)    to    create    an    awareness    on innovative       research       and       development       by organising    distinguished    lectures    from    eminent scientists      and      renowned      technocrats.      KSTA conferences,   over   the   years,   have   been   providing   a unique    platform    for    students,    research    scholars, academicians,    officials    and    scientific    community from   diverse   disciplines   to   deliberate   on   two-way commitment   of   science   to   society   and   society   to science.   In   addition, young   researchers   will   have   an opportunity    to    present    their    ideas    and    research outcomes in the form of posters .

REGISTRATION

Registration    for    conference    is    open    to UG   &   PG   Students,   Doctoral   &   Research Scholars,      Scientists      /      Researchers, Teaching      Faculty,      Officers      of      Line Departments,       Science      Writers       and interested   general   public.   For   registration as      a      delegate,      please      fill-in      the registration      form      and      mail      it      to:        kstaguk18@gmail.com      on      or      before February   15,   2018.   Online   registration    is recommended.  Note     :     Participation     certificates          and travel   allowance   (II   Class   train   fare   from nearest   railway   station   only)      for   selected delegates    will    be    given    only    after    the valedictory    function    (around    5.30    pm). Hence,   travel   itinerary   may   be   planned accordingly.

DISCIPLINES/ SUBJECT

Chemical, Nano & Life Sciences Medical, Pharmacy & Ayurvedic Sciences Physics, Mathematics & Computer Sciences Engineering Sciences (any branch)

WHO CAN PRESENT

UG & PG Students Doctoral & Research Scholars Young Scientists / Researchers

PRIZES IN EACH DISCIPLINE

I Prize Rs. 10,000/- II Prize Rs. 7,500/- Consolation Prizes 1 Rs. 5,000/- Consolation Prizes 2 Rs. 5,000/-

Guidelines for Submission of

Abstracts

Prepare your poster of size 3 x 2½ ft Prepare the Abstract with Times New Roman font of size 12 with double line space Extended abstract should not exceed 750 words Authors have to specify the discipline to which the abstract/poster belongs Send the soft copy of Abstract to  kstaguk18@gmail.com latest by February 15, 2018 (Thursday). Authors should provide their postal address, email, Fax  and mobile number.

Instructions tor Authors of

Selected Abstract

As all posters exhibited during the conference must be manned by the first author, multiple entries will not be entertained Selected posters should be set up by 8.30 am on March 06, 2018 (Tuesday) and shall be removed at the end of the conference on March 07, 2018 (Wednesday). Delegates will be free to view posters during tea breaks. Delegates will be free to view posters during tea breaks. Hence, presenters of the posters are requested to be avail-able to discuss with the delegates during the tea breaks Time slot for evaluation of posters of each discipline will be assigned during the evaluation period so as to avoid gathering of all poster presenters at the same  time Authors of selected abstracts will be asked to make 5 minutes presentation before the committee for consideration to award prize Authors of posters selected for oral presentation will be intimated in the morning of March 06, 2018 (Tuesday).

Note

The selection committee reserves the right to accept or reject the submitted abstract The panel of experts may increase or decrease the number of awards based on number of entries received and quality of research A panel of domain experts will review the posters based on originality of research, objectivity, utility to society and quality of presentation and decide on award of cash prize. The decision of the panel of experts shall be final and binding on all participants. Awards for the best poster presentations will be announced and distributed in the valedictory function Papers already published or presented elsewhere including prize winning posters in previous KSTA Signature Event and Regional Conferences  will not be accepted Plagiarism of any kind is ground for disqualification Authors should submit self certification/declaration stating that the submitted abstract/poster was not published else-where Poster presentation competition is restricted to UG & PG students, doctoral/research scholars and young researchers below the age of 35 years.

SPEAKERS

Prof. P. Venkataramaiah

Former Vice Chancellor, Kuvempu University, Shimoga TOPIC : ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES IN INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Dr. V. Jayaraman

Former Director National Remote Sensing Centre, ISRO, Hyderabad TOPIC : SPACE TECHNOLOGY FOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Prof. P Nagabhushan

Director, Indian Institute of Technology, Allahabad TOPIC : ICT FOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Prof. H. A. Ranganath

Former Vice Chancellor Bangalore  University / Former Director, NAAC, Bengaluru TOPIC : RECENT ADVANCES IN GENETICS

Dr. Basavaraj Patil

Director (R & D), Think & Ink Education and Research Foundation, Bengaluru TOPIC : MOBILE ROBOTICS

Prof. C Manoharachari

Former Professor, Osmania University, Hyderabad TOPIC : EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Prof. K. Srinivasa Raju

Co-ordinator, Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management Department of Civil Engineering, BITS, Pilani – Hyderabad Campus Jawahar Nagar TOPIC : HYDROLOGIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE : INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Dr. M. Sanjappa

CSIR Emeritus Scientist, Botanical Garden – UAS/ Former Director, Botanical Survey of India, Bangalore TOPIC : CONSERVATION OF PLANT BIODIVERSITY : INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Krishnan S S

Principal Research Scientist & Head Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Program, Centre for study of Science Technology and Policy, Bangalore TOPIC : LOW CARBON GROWTH STRATEGY: INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT IN KEY ECONOMIC SECTORS
Research    posters    are    invited    from    UG    &    PG Students,    Doctoral    &    Research    Scholars    and Young   Scientists   /   Researchers   (below   the   age   of 35   years)   to   encourage   excellence   in   research   / innovation.   The   best   poster   is   displayed   in   the poster   session,   will   be   awarded   with   cash   prize. A    compendium    of    selected    abstracts    will    be brought    out    and    circulated    to    all    delegates during conference. .

POSTER PRESENTATION

ABOUT
Register/Submit Abstract Online
Sponsors
BEST POSTER AWARD
FIRST PRIZE Rs. 10,000/- 1 Best Poster Award SECOND  PRIZE Rs. 7,500/- 2 Best Poster Award
4 awards for each disciplines total 16 awards
CONTACT US
Consolation Prizes 1	 Rs. 5,000/- 3 Best Poster Award Consolation Prizes 2	 Rs. 5,000/- 3 Best Poster Award
Copyright © 2018 KSTA
Science and Technology for Rural Development
OBJECTIVES
To        bring        awareness        on        the developments        in        science        and technology   for   human   welfare   among different sections of the society To     create     interest     in     scientific     and technological   developments   as   well   as to   broaden   the   horizon   of   knowledge among students To    foster    understanding    of    scientific developments   and   advancements   for future of humanity

ORGANISERS

KARNATAKA SCIENCE AND

TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY (KSTA)

An      autonomous      organization      under      the Department      of      Science      and      Technology, Government of Karnataka Established      under      the      Chairmanship      of distinguished         Space         Scientist         Padma Vibhushan     Late     Prof.     U.     R.     Rao,     Former Chairman, ISRO/Secretary, DOS, GOI. Presently     Dr.          S.     K.     Shivakumar,     Former Director,   ISAC/ISTRAC,   ISRO,   Govt.   of   India   is serving as the  Chairman Has       21       members       comprising       eminent scientists,      well-known      educationalists      and senior administrators. Dr.      H.      Honne      Gowda,      Special      Director (Technical),     DST     is     the     CEO     &     Member Secretary

GULBARGA UNIVERSITY,

KALABURGI

Established    in    1980    by    an    Act    of    Karnataka State Its   jurisdiction   extends   to   the   five   districts   viz., Kalaburgi, Bidar, Raichur, Bellary and Koppal. Has    38    post-graduate    departments    and    4 post-graduate centres It    has    305    colleges    affiliated    colleges    which enrol   graduate/diploma   courses   in   arts,   fine arts,      music,      social      sciences,      science      & technology, commerce, education and law. The    University    enrols    about    3500    students every   year   for   various   post-graduate,   M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in various disciplines.
Dr. A M Ramesh Sr. Scientific Officer KSTA, DST, GOK Ph: 9845258894
Prof. Chandrakanth Kelmani R Coordinator, NCSTID-2018 Dept. of Biotechnology Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi Cell No. 9449439340
Prof. N.B. Naduvinmani Convener, NCSTID-2018 Dept. of Mathematics Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi
Dr.Anand Nayak Co-convenor Dept. of Biochemistry Gulbarga University Cell No. 9448441952
Chief Patron : Dr. S.K. Shivakmar Chairman KSTA, Former Director ISAC/ISTRAC, ISRO,GOL
Patrons: Prof S. R. Niranjana Vice Chancellor, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi Dr. P. S. Shankar, Former Principal MRMC & Member, KSTA Dr. H. Honne Gowda Special Director (Technical), DST-CEO & Member Secretary KSTA
Steering Committee: Prof. Dayananda Agsar, Registrar, GUK Prof . D. M. Madri, Regisrar,. (Evaluation), GUK Prof. RajnalkarLaxman, Finance Officer, GUK Prof .AVenkataraman, Dean S&T,GUK Prof. R L Raibaghkar, Chairman, Dept of Applied Electronics,GUKProf. V M Jail, Chairman, Dept of Physics,GUK Prof. G M Vidyasagar, Chairman, Dept of Botany,GUK Prof. Ramesh Londonkar, Chairman, Dept of Biotechnology,GUKProf. VandanaRathod, Chairperson, Dept of Microbiology, GUK Prof Parmajyothi 5, Chairperson, Dept of Biochemistry, GUK Prof. K Siddappa, Chairman, Dept of Chemistry, GUK Dr. ShivanandaRuma, Chairman, Dept of Computer Science,GUK Dr. MuraliJadesh, Chairman, Dept of Zoology, GUK Dr. Prakash Kariajjanavar, Chairman, Dept of Env. Sciences,GUK Dr. A M Ramesh, Senior scientific Officer KSTA Bengaluru Dr. Anand R, Scientific Officer II, KSTA Bengaluru Sri Srinivas V. K. Scientific Officer Sri Umesh V. G. Scientific Officer

Dr. S. N. Hegde

Former Vice Chancellor, Mysore University, Mysore
Public Talk
KSTA National Conference, Kalaburgi
March 6 -7, 2018 Tuesday- Wednesday
Gulbarga University, Kalaburgi
KSTA National Conference, Kalaburgi
March 6 -7, 2018 Tuesday- Wednesday
Gulbarga University, Kalaburgi