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### Grand Inauguration of Two-Day International Conference

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01 Jun 24
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### Grand Inauguration of Two-Day International Conference

Udaipur,The Department of Zoology at Bhupal Nobles Postgraduate College organized a two-day conference on "Recent Trends and Innovations in Life Sciences" in the college seminar hall. The inaugural session commenced with the lighting of the lamp. Dr. Renu Rathore, the conference chair, welcomed all the guests and highlighted the objectives of the conference.

 


Dr. Ritu Tomar, the conference director, provided detailed information about the hybrid mode conference. In her presidential address, Prof. Neelima Singh, Vice-Chancellor of Kota University, emphasized that innovation in biology is a major driver of progress in the present time. She stated that innovation allows us to think differently about a problem, which is crucial for scientific breakthroughs. Esteemed guest Prof. Maheep Bhatnagar, former Dean of the Faculty of Science, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, underscored the urgent need for extensive research on the rapid changes in the environment. He stressed the importance of keeping the environment pure, clean, and protected.

Keynote speaker Himani Solanki, a software developer and certified Google Analytics professional from Texas, USA, discussed "Wearable Technology." She explained that the wearable revolution is changing the long-established patterns of data usage in our daily lives and social interactions. Dr. Anil Kumar Singh, Head of the Department of Microbiological Sciences at Government Science College, Vankal, Surat, elaborated on the "Importance of Microorganisms and Their Incredible Versatility and Essential Role in Maintaining and Improving Life."

Dr. U.S. Mahadeva Rai, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at University Sultan, Malaysia, delivered an extensive lecture on "Lifestyle Changes and Their Impact on Insulin Sensitivity." Prof. Ashok Kumar Purohit, former Dean of the Department of Zoology, presented on "Indian Medicinal Plants of the Thar Desert and Their Role in Preventing Diseases."

Conference patron Dr. Mahendra Singh Rathore emphasized transforming negative changes in biology through positive efforts and research while controlling illicit activities. Chief Patron Prof. Col. Shivsinh Sarangdevot sent his best wishes for the success of the conference, stating that innovation in biology will lead to the rise of new startups and accelerators, promoting the next generation of innovation. Co-patron Mohabbat Singh Rathore highlighted the need for researchers who can bring the true conclusions of research to the forefront.

Conference Secretary and Head of the Department of Zoology, Dr. Sangeeta Rathore, expressed gratitude to all the guests and keynote speakers from various countries who participated in hybrid mode. Conference organizer Dr. Abhimanyu Singh Rathore provided details of the technical sessions, mentioning that 30 online and offline poster presentations and 30 research papers were presented across four technical sessions.

The event was attended by Bhupal Nobles Institute's Finance Minister Shakti Singh Karohi, Joint Secretary Rajendra Singh Rana, Dean of PG Studies Dr. Prem Singh Rawalot, along with all the deans, associate deans, faculty members, and organizing committee members, including Dr. Sabia Sindhi, Mrs. Monika Rajawat, Dr. Neerja Shekhawat, Dr. Jyotsana Shekhawat, and Ms. Riddhima Shaktawat. The program was conducted by Dr. Praveena Rathore, Dr. Jyotsana Shekhawat, and Dr. Tanvi Agarwal.


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