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INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION

NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

ON

CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE IN INDIA (NSCWSI-2018)
15-16 February, 2018 (Thursday-Friday)

Organized by

INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION (ISNA)

92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road

Kolkata 700009

Website: scienceandculture-isna.org



e-mails: nguchhait@yahoo.com; scie2224@dataone.in; copy to: talapatrask@gmail.com

Information Brochure
Venue

Meghnad Saha Auditorium and N. R. Sen Auditorium

University College of Science

92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road

Kolkata - 700009


Co-sponsors

Department of Science and Technology-Science and Engineering Research Board, New Delhi

Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi

Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi

Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi

Department of Science and Technology, West Bengal

PMC Group, New Jersey, USA

Avra Laboratories Private Limited, Hyderabad

Chembiotek (A Division of TCG Lifesciences), Kolkata

University of North Bengal, Darjeeling

Amity University, Kolkata

Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata

Jadavpur University, Kolkata

CSIR-Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata



Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai

Bose Institute, Kolkata

CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Kolkata

West Bengal State University, Barasat, Kolkata

Diamond Harbour Women’s University, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata

University of Kalyani, Nadia

Adamas University, Kolkata

Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan

Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow

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INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION (ISNA)

92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road, Kolkata 700009


To The Fellow Scientists and the Participants of the Academic Institutes of our country
Dear Friends,
With much felicity I am to inform you that the Council of the Indian Science News Association (ISNA) has decided to organize a unique and timely two day National Symposium on Contributions of Women in Science in India” (NSCWSI-2018) on 15-16 February 2018 (Thursday and Friday) at the University College of Science, Technology and Agriculture, 92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road, Kolkata 700009, in the two heritage auditoriums namely the Meghnad Saha auditorium and the N.R. Sen Auditorium. As you are kindly aware, ISNA is a premier registered Society of our country that was established in 1935 by Acharya Sir Prafulla Chandra Ray as the Founder President and Professor Meghnad Saha and Professor Bidhu Bhusan Ray as the Founder Honorary Secretaries,
Nearly 30 Invited Speakers including several women Awardees of Bhatnagar Prize and about 300 delegates from the prominent departments of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Pharmaceuticals, Earth Sciences, and Medical Sciences are expected to participate in this National Symposium.
The Symposium aims to cultivate confidence and courage among women scientists by showcasing their achievements in the aforesaid fields. It aims to engage in an exclusive discourse with a view to empowering current and future female leaders, and to recognizing and providing a common networking forum for women students, staff, and faculty. The objective, it can be reiterated, is to encourage a New Generation of Empowered Women through recognizing and celebrating their achievements.
I hereby appeal to the established as well as budding scientists to participate in the Symposium and share their research results and the associated struggles. One of the immediate goals of the Symposium will be to dive deeper into the social dynamics in order to understand better the underlying factors contributing to the age old bias against women that has largely hindered their ascent as leaders in science. It is hoped that insights in the current social and cultural drivers that lead to a decreasing number of women scientists in senior and responsible positions will be revealed. As is well known, in spite of the large number of female graduates with higher degrees, including MSc and PhD, women constitute a very tiny fraction of the working scientists today in male dominated fields. This is a great loss for our nation.
Our long term goals include initiating efforts to collectively try and address some of the deep rooted issues at various levels in order to further the cause of girl and women empowerment, promote workplace safety, restore and foster gender balance, and help realize a better future for one and all.
It is also hoped that the Symposium, probably the first of its kind in India to the best of our knowledge, will pave the way for a new generation of scientists in different fields through presentations regarding how a child can grow up to become a confident and successful person, and effect a positive change in society even from a very young age.
All relevant information about the Symposium is furnished in the sequel.
With regards and best wishes,
Sincerely yours,
Mrs Bani Talapatra, DSc, PRS (CU)

Organizing Secretary, NSCWSI-2018

Formerly, Professor and Head,

Department of Chemistry,

University of Calcutta

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Patrons of NSCWSI-2018

Professor Sonali Banerjee (Chief Patron) Vice-Chancellor, University of Calcutta

Professor Suranjan Das Vice-Chancellor, Jadavpur University

Professor Anuradha Lohia Vice-Chancellor, Presidency University

Professor Anuradha Mukherjee Vice-Chancellor, Diamond Harbour Women’s University

Professor Santanu Bhattacharya Director, IACS, Kolkata

Professor Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay Vice-Chancellor, Amity University, Kolkata

Professor Basab Chaudhuri Vice-Chancellor, West Bengal State University

Professor Somnath Ghosh Vice-Chancellor, University of North Bengal

Dr. Paritosh Mohan Chakraborty Chairman and CEO, PMC Group, New Jersey, USA

Professor Sourav Pal Director, IISER, Kolkata

Professor Siddhartha Roy Director, Bose Institute, Kolkata

Professor Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay Director, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata

Dr. A. V. RamaRao Managing Director, AVRA, Hyderabad,

Dr. Girish Sahni Director General CSIR and Secretary, DSIR

Dr. Purnendu Chatterjee, Director and Chairman, TCG Lifesciences / Chembiotek, Kolkata

Mrs. Maya Natarajan Bangalore
Advisory Committee

Professor Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary, Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt of India

Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research

Dr. Trilochan Mohapatra, Secretary (DARE) & Director General (ICAR), Indian Council of Agricultural Research

Dr. K. VijayRaghavan, Secretary, Department of Biotechnology (DBT)

Dr. R.S. Shukla, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Science & Technology(DST), Govt of West Bengal

Professor Sandip P Trivedi, Director, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,

Dr. B. Chandrasekaran, Director, CSIR-Central Leather Research Institute

Dr. Shanta Dutta, Scientist G and Director National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases (NICED)

Dr. V. Nagaraja, President, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research

Dr. Madhu Dikshit, Director, Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI)  

Dr. Anil K. Suri, Director, National Institute of Immunology

Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, All India Institute of Medical Sciences

Dr. Sunita Narain, Director General, Centre for Science and Environment

Professor Madhusudan Chakraborty, Vice-Chancellor, Adamas University

Professor Sankar Kumar Ghosh, Vice-Chancellor, University of Kalyani

Professor Nimai Chandra Saha, Vice-Chancellor, The University of Burdwan
Professor Swapan Kumar Datta, Vice-Chancellor, Visva-Bharati

Professor Ajoy Kumar Ray, Director, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, Howrah

Professor Ranjan Chakrabarti, Vice-Chancellor, Vidyasagar University

Professor D. D. Patra, Vice-Chancellor, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya

Professor Abu T. Khan, Vice-Chancellor, Aliah University

Professor Saikat Maitra, Vice Chancellor, MaulanaAbulKalam Azad University of Technology 

Professor Gour Banerjee, Principal, Heritage Institute of Technology

Dr. K.N. Vyas, Director, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)

Dr. K. Muraleedharan, Director, CSIR- Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute

Professor Samit Chattopadhyay, Director, CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology

Professor Ajit Kumar Mohanty, Director, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics

Dr. Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, President, Indian Academy of Sciences

Professor Anil Kakodkar, President, The National Academy of Sciences
Mr. Debarshi Duttagupta, Managing Director, East India Pharmaceutical Works Limited

Shri P. M. Chandraiah, Managing Director (Addl.Charge) & Director (Finance), BCPL

Dr. Kalyan Rudra, Chairman, West Bengal Pollution Control Board

Mr.Shyam Sundar Choudhary, Mr. Vijay Choudhary, Executive Directors, Himadri Chemicals & Industries Ltd. 

Professor Isha Mahammad, President, The Asiatic Society

Professor Dr. Nandita Basu (Ghorai), Director, Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine

Professor Kasturi Datta, School of Environmental Science, Formerly, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Professor Ganesh Pandey, Director, Center of Biomedical Research, Lucknow
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About Indian Science News Association (ISNA)

The Indian Science News Association was established in the year 1935 with the initiative of Professor M. N. Saha, Acharya P. C. Ray and other stalwarts. For the first time in the history of Indian science, such an organization was set up to disseminate exclusively science news and reflections of Indian scientists and thinkers of public understanding of science and culture. To meet this goal, the Association has been publishing since inception its mouthpiece journal Science and Culture, where original research contributions on basic sciences, articles on social and cultural aspects and on nationally important events written by experts are published.



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The first Council of the Association was graced by the presence of, inter alia, Acharya P. C. Ray (Founder President), Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, Sir U. N. Brahmachari and Dr. S. C. Law (Vice-Presidents), Professor M. N. Saha and Professor Bidhubhusan Ray (Founder Secretaries), and Professor N. R. Sen (Treasurer). In the past, the Annual General Meetings of the Association were graced by the presence of eminent personalities like S. S. Bhatnagar, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, Humayun Kabir, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and many others.



The journal had earlier been enriched by thoughtful articles from luminaries like S. C. Law, Radha Kumud Mookherjee, P. C. Mahalanobis, Sunderlal Hora, Priyada Ranjan Ray, U. P. Basu, Meghnad Saha, U. N. Brahmachari, T. R. Sheshadri, S. Bhagavantam, S. K. Mitra, B. C. Guha, D. M. Bose, S. N. Bose, S. S. Bhatnagar, Homi J. Bhabha, D. N. Wadia, Atma Ram, D. S. Kothari, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and the like. Articles from eminent foreign scientists like Sir James H. Jeans, Sir Arthur Eddington, Dr. F. W. Aston, Dr. F. K. Morris, Dr. H. J. Fleure and Dr. R. A. Millikan (NL) were also published in the journal. Many of the editorials of Science and Culture made notable impacts on formulating plans on matters of national interest. Thus, in 1952-53, River Valley Schemes and Calendar Reform, advocated earlier by Science and Culture, received recognition from both the State and the Central Governments and duly materialized by the Governments.
The Association also undertook a programme of publishing popular books, such as Thinking of our Future by Professor M. N. Saha, which highlighted various aspects of the Five Year Plan, Inorganic Chemistry by Professor Priyada Ranjan Ray, Visva Viggan (in Bengali) by Shri Kamalesh Ray, Astronomy by Professor J. N. Bhar, and Emerging Science and Culture: Connecting People edited by Professor S. C. Roy . Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime Minister of India made the following comment in a message to this journal: “Science and Culture are the essence of life to-day, in war and peace, and any periodical which serves the cause of Science and Culture performs a service to India and humanity.
Two workshops - one on Futurology and another on Training Programme on Science Communication and Media Practice were organized in 1980s in collaboration with the DST, Government of India and Government of West Bengal. A 12-week annual course on Science Communication and Media Practice has been going on since 1980s. The course is very popular, and a number of participants to this course has subsequently found jobs in various media.
Since its beginning, the journal has been receiving generous financial support from many philanthropists, businessmen, commercial houses and several Research Institutes and Universities based mainly in Calcutta. Through this support, the Association has been successfully pursuing activities like organizing seminars, symposia, workshops, popular lectures, and memorial lectures on eminent scientists and propagating the ideas that were initiated by Acharya P. C. Ray.
ISNA has celebrated in a befitting manner the 150th Birth Anniversary of Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray in the year 2015. On this occasion a documentary film on ‘Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray – an Ancient Guru Reborn’ has been produced under the direction of Mujibar Rahman. This documentary was released by Shri Keshari Nath Tripathi, Hon’ble Governor of west Bengal at Nandan on 2nd February, 2015. In commemoration of Acharya Ray’s 150th Birth Anniversary ISNA has also published a Book, ‘Sir P. C. Ray – the Father of Chemistry Teaching and Research in India, a Philanthropist and an Entrepreneur’, edited by Professor Sunil Kumar Talapatra and Professor Biswapati Mukherjee.

This book comprising sixteen illuminating articles on diverse topics written by erudite scholars. His ancestral heritage, family background, childhood days, school and college education, graduate and post-graduate (D.Sc.) days in Edinburgh University, his lifelong tryst with chemistry, his endeavour for spreading the chemical Gharana throughout India, his multifaceted pioneering contributions as the father figure of chemistry teaching and research in India, and as an inspiring builder of the Indian Chemical Society and its Journal, and of the ISNA and its Journal Science and Culture, the history of his monumental achievement in establishing the Bengal Chemical and Pharmaceutical Works, and several other industries, his contributions as a pioneer in the history of science and science communication studies, a critical evaluation of his literary endeavour on Shakespeare, his patriotic role as the President of the National Council of Education, his in-depth thoughts on varied aspects of education, and his association with contemporary politics – freedom movement, social welfare and relief work etc. have been narrated in the included elegant articles. His own article on insurance has revealed his competence as an economist. This book thus promises to enrich the library, and the intellectual space of the reader.

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Council of ISNA
President

Professor P. K. Ray


Vice-Presidents

Professor M. S. Swaminathan

Professor S. K. Talapatra

Professor Sibaji Raha

Professor N. C. Datta

Dr. K. Muraleedharan

Professor Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay
Honorary Secretaries

Professor Sudhendu Mandal

Professor Parimal C. Sen
Honorary Treasurer

Professor Amalendu Bandyopadhyay


Council Members

Professor (Mrs.) Julie Banerji

Professor Bikas K. Chakrabarti

Dr. Manoj Kumar Chakrabarti

Dr. Satyabrata Chakrabarti

Professor Manas Chakrabarty

Professor Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay

Professor Basab Chaudhuri

Dr. Manas Pratim Das

Dr. Sisir Kumar Majumdar

Dr. Balaram Majumder

Dr. Hemanta Kumar Majumder

Professor Partha P. Majumder

Professor Biswapati Mukherjee

Professor Devdatta Sinha

Dr. D. K. Srivastava

Professor (Mrs.) Bani Talapatra
Editorial Board

Professor S. C. Roy Editor-in-Chief

Professor Manas Chakrabarty

Shri Biman Basu

Dr. Satyabrata Chakrabarti

Professor Syamal Chakrabarti

Professor Barun Kumar Chatterjee

Dr. Amit Krishna De

Professor Sudhendu Mandal

Dr. K. Muraleedharan

Professor Parimal C. Sen

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Organizing Committee of NSCWSI-2018
President

Professor P. K. Ray


Vice-President

Professor Sunil Kumar Talapatra


Organizing Secretary

Professor (Mrs.) Bani Talapatra


Joint Secretary

Professor Nikhil Guchhait


Treasurer

Professor Amalendu Bandyopadhyay


Publication and Scientific Committee

Dr.(Mrs.) Sumitra Chaudhuri

Professor Manas Chakrabarty

Dr. Satyabrata Chakrabarti

Professor (Ms.) Srabanti Basu

Dr. Manas Pratim Das

Professor Barun Kumar Chatterjee

Shri Subhendu Chattopadhyay

Dr. Amit Krishna De
Members

Professor Parimal C. Sen

Professor Sudhendu Mandal

Professor S. C. Roy

Professor Dulal Chandra Mukherjee

Professor Biswapati Mukherjee

Professor (Mrs.) Julie Banerji

Dr. Kaliprasanna Dhara

Professor Dilip Kumar Maiti

Dr. Amit Ray

Professor (Mrs.) Swapna Chaudhuri

Dr. (Mrs.) Sanchita Goswami

Dr. (Mrs.) Kamalika Sen

Dr. (Mrs.) Manju Chakrabarty

Dr. (Mrs.) Putul Chakrabarti

Professor (Mrs.) Sampa Das

Professor (Mrs.) Tanya Das

Dr. (Mrs.) Minakshi De


Important Last Dates


  • Soft and hard copies of Abstract submission along with Form A: 21st December, 2017

  • Early Bird Registration along with Form-B: 21st December, 2017

  • Late Registration along with Form B: 15th January, 2018

 Accommodation Charge along with Form-C: 15th January, 2018

  • Last date for Accommodation Charge with Form-C at enhanced rate: 29th January, 2018

  • Intimation of the Acceptance of the Abstract: 8th January, 2018

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Provisional Program
Thursday, 15th February, 2018

8.30-10.00 Registration / Tea & Snacks

10.00-11.00 Inauguration

11.00-11.40 Keynote address

11.40-13.30 Scientific Sessions

13.30- 15.00 Lunch Break and Poster Session

15.00-17.30 Scientific Sessions

18.00-19.30 Entertainment Program

20.00-21.30 Dinner
Friday, 16th February, 2018

9.00-11.00 Scientific Sessions

11.00-11.30 Tea & Snacks

11.30-13.30 Scientific Sessions

13.30- 15.00 Lunch break and Poster Session

15.00-18.00 Scientific Sessions

18.00-18.45 Panel Discussion and Valedictory Session

19.00-21.00 Dinner


Topics of the Lectures

a) Scientific lectures on researches conducted by women scientists in India in – Chemical, Physical,

Biological, Pharmaceutical, Medical and Earth Sciences, and other allied areas.

b) Social and cultural issues of women scientists in the present society.

c) A tribute to reputed Indian women scientists who brought name and fame to Indian science.
Some Principal Invited Speakers (already consented)


  • Professor Shashi Wadhwa, FNA, FASc , FNASc, Bhatnagar Prize Awardee (Medical Sciences, 1991) Head,

Anatomy, North DMC Medical College and Hindu Rao Hospital, Delhi

Immunology, New Delhi; Vice President (Foreign Affairs), Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi​

  • Professor H. Ila, FNA, FASc, Organic Chemistry, JNCASR, Bangalore

  • Professor Kasturi Datta, FNA, FASc, FNASc, FTWAS, School of Environmental Science, Formerly,

Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

  • Dr. Madhu Dikshit, FNA, FASc, FNASc, JC Bose National Fellow, Director, CSIR-CDRI, Lucknow

  • Dr. Aruna Dhathathreyan, Emeritus Scientist, Advanced Materials Laboratory, CSIR-CLRI, Chennai

  • Dr. Poonam Kakkar, Chief Scientist, Herbal Research, CSIR-IITR, Lucknow

  • Professor Manju Roy, Bose Institute, Kolkata, Bhatnagar Prize Awardee (Biological Science)

  • Professor Parbati Biswas, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi, Delhi

  • Professor Indrani Bose, Emeritus Scientist, Department of Physics, Bose Institute, Kolkata

  • Professor Swagata Dasgupta, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Associate Dean, IIT, Kharagpur

  • Professor Srabani Taraphder, Professor, Department of Chemistry IIT, Kharagpur 

  • Dr. Paromita Roy, Deputy Director, Jagadis Bose National Science Talent Search, Kolkata

  • Dr. Swapna Chaudhuri, Department of Laboratory Medicine, School of Tropical Medicine, Kolkata

  • Professor Sudipa Sengupta, Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, Jadavpur University

  • Professor Samita Basu, Professor, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata

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CALL FOR ABSTRACT OF PAPER
A soft copy and two hard copies of the Abstract (150-250 words without diagram and Table) of the paper to be presented, along with the duly filled in Form – A should reach the Organizing Secretary, Indian Science News Association (ISNA), 92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road, Kolkata-700009 within 21st December, 2017. The Abstract should accompany Form-A along with a charge of Rs 300/- for each of the authors, other than Invited Speakers or Members of ISNA. If such charge is not received along with the Abstract, such author’s name will be deleted from the Abstract and no future correspondence will be made to such authors in this regard.
While sending the Abstract the author should indicate the Scientific Section / Topic. The name/s and address(es) should follow the Title of the Abstract. The Principal author should be marked with an asterisk (*). The presenting author’s name should be underlined. Not more than three papers will be accepted from any author in single or joint authorship among all the Scientific Sections/Topics combined.
The abstract along with Form-A may be sent to the Organizing Secretary, only by

e-mails: nguchhait@yahoo.com; scie2224@dataone.in; copy to: talapatrask@gmail.com

Only those who have no e-mail facility, may send hard copies of the abstract along with Form-A to ISNA.


Abstract of Papers: Specifications

Title

1First Name Last Name, 2First Name Last Name

1Address one, 2Address two

Email:

Abstract (Times New Roman)
Title (14pt, Bold, Centered)

Senior Author*,Presenting Author, Other Author/s, if any (12pt, Normal)

Department Name, Institute Name, InstituteAddress (10pt, Normal)

E-mail: (10pt, Normal)


The one-page abstract should be typed in single space, 10 pt, Times New Roman, Normal font. Use A4 size paper with margins-top: 1 inch (2.54 cm); bottom: 1 inch; left: 1.25 inches (3.175 cm); and right:1.25 inches. Cite the reference in parentheses, e.g. Sampath et al [1] in the text. References should be typed in 10 point, normal font, and single space. The entire abstract including text, figures, equations, structures, schemes and references must be sent as a MS-WORD DOC file. The printed area should be 5.8 inches (width) and within 9.7 inches (height).
References (10 pt, bold)

[1] S. S Jurisson, Lydon, Chem. Rev. 2012, 18, 14560.[10 pt, normal]



Poster Specification: 1 m x 1 m space would be provided for each poster.
The Joint Secretary, Professor Nikhil Guchhait (e-mail: nguchhait@yahoo.com) will inform the authors regarding the acceptance of the Abstract (Oral / Poster) or otherwise of their contribution. If the information is not received by the principal author within the deadline (8th January, 2018), he/she may directly contact the Joint Secretary of the Symposium for information.

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Registration
Registration fees (non-refundable) for attending the Symposium are as follows:
Registration (Early Bird) - Rs. 1500/- (Academic, accompanying person)

within 21st December, 2017 - Rs. 3000/- (other than Academic)


Late Registration - Rs. 2000/- (Academic, accompanying person)

within 15th January, 2018 - Rs. 3500/- (other than Academic)


Registration includes the Registration package, meals, etc. during the Symposium days, transport to and from Guest Houses.
Registration fee along with Form-B must reach the Honorary Secretary, ISNA, Kolkata within

21st December, 2017; Late Registration fee within 15th January, 2018.


The supply of Registration Kit is not ensured if the Registration fee is not received within

15th January, 2018.


Please avoid Spot Registration as far as possible.


Accommodation
Accommodation in Guest Houses – Rs. 2000/- (Academic/Research Institute and accompanying person)

within 15th January, 2018; Rs 2500 within 29th January, 2018.


Accommodation in Hotels and expensive Guest Houses, as requested within 26th January, 2018 - to be paid by the delegate.

 

Those who require accommodation should fill in Form C and send it along with a Crossed Chqeue /DD drawn in favour of “INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION” to the ISNA Office within above- mentioned date.



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Advertisement in the ‘ABSTRACTS’ of NSCWSI-2018

To 2017



Sub: Advertisement in the Proceedings of NSCWSI-2018
Dear Sir / Madam
We have much pleasure to inform you that the Indian Science News Association (ISNA), Kolkata, established in 1935 by Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray as the Founder President, and Professor Meghnad Saha and Professor Bidhu Bhusan Ray as the Founder Secretaries, has been publishing the premier bimonthly Journal Science and Culture since its inception. The Council of ISNA has decided to organize a unique two-day “National Symposium on Contributions of Women in Science in India” (NSCWSI - 2018) on 15-16 February 2018 (Thursday-Friday) at the Meghnad Saha Auditorium and the N. R. Sen Auditorium, University College of Science, 92 Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road, Kolkata 700009.
It is expected that 30 invited Speakers and about 300 delegates from the Departments of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutics, Earth and Medical Sciences of the foremost Universities and Institutes of Kolkata, West Bengal and other States of India will participate in this National Symposium. ‘ABSTRACTSof this Symposium containing messages from some foremost dignitaries, several informative articles, and abstracts of all Lectures, Contributory Papers and Poster Papers will be published and distributed among all the participants of the Symposium, all Members of ISNA and to many Academic and Research Institutes all over India.
We appeal to you to patronize ISNA by making special insertion in the ‘ABSTRACTS. Please send the Contract Form, duly filled in, along with the advertisement material and the remittance by crossed Cheque / Bank Draft or by e-transfer drawn in favour of ‘Indian Science News Association’ as soon as possible, within December 30, 2017 at the latest.
With regards,

Yours sincerely,


Sd/- Sd/-

Professor (Mrs) Bani Talapatra Professor Parimal C. Sen

Organizing Secretary, NSCWSI-2018 Honorary Secretary, ISNA

Enclo: 1) Advertisement Tariff 2) Contract Form


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INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION

NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON

CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE IN INDIA (NSCWSI-2018)
15-16 February, 2018 (Thursday - Friday)
ADVERTISEMENT TARIFF FOR THE ABSTRACTS BOOK


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Second Cover

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Third Cover

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Facing Third Cover

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Any Special Position

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Ordinary Full Page

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Ordinary Half Page

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Advertisement order will be accepted only with full payments in advance. Payment should be made by crossed Cheque / Demand Draft, drawn in favour of ‘Indian Science News Association’ on any Bank in Kolkata.





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INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION

92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road

Kolkata – 700 009

Tel: 033-2350-2224 ● Fax: 033-2350-2224

e-mails: nguchhait@yahoo.com; scie2224@dataone.in; copy to: talapatrask@gmail.com

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INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

ON

CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE IN INDIA (NSCWSI-2018)
15-16 February, 2018 (Thursday - Friday)
ADVERTISEMENT CONTRACT FORM

To

The Honorary Secretary



Indian Science News Association

92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road

Kolkata – 700 009
Dear Sir,
Please insert the enclosed advertisement in the ‘ABSTRACT’ of the National Symposium on Contributions of Women in Science in India (NSCWSI-2018).
Particulars of Space: Single / Colour Insertion
Back Cover Second Cover Third Cover




Facing Third Cover Any Special Full Page


Ordinary Full Page Ordinary Half Page




Single Impression Colour Impression

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Rate of insertion ……………………………………………………………………………………………...

Special instruction, if any ………………………………………………………………………………….....
Details of payments by e-transfer

Account Name : Indian Science News Association

Account No. : S.B. A/C NO.11152795977

Bank Name and Branch : State Bank of India, Manicktala Branch

IFSC code : SBIN0001715

MICR Code : 700002062

PAN No. : AAATI4014J

e-mail ID of Beneficiary : scie2224@dataone.in

Amount : Rs…………………..

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Designation …………………………………………………………………………………………………...
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Form A

INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

ON

CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE IN INDIA (NSCWSI-2018)
Submission of Abstract of Paper

(For each Abstract)


Please fill in this Form and return it by e-mail to the Organizing Secretary, NSCWSI-2018, 92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road, Kolkata-700009, so that it reaches the office of the ISNA on and

21st December, 2017. (Scanned copy of Form-A for each other Abstract may also be used)

Title of the Paper:


Scientific Section Topic (a) and/or (b) and/or (c) Tick the right box/boxes


Names of the Authors (Membership No. if any)
(i)………………………….…………………….…… ……………………. …………………………..

(ii)………………………………………………….… ……………………. …………………………..

(iii)…………………………………………………… ……………………. …………………………..

(iv)…………………………………………………… ……………………. …………………………..


Principal Author / Invited Speaker : …………………………………………………….……………………
Principal Author / Invited Speaker E-mail ID:……………………………….. Mobile No………………….
Institute/ Affiliation / Address……………………………………………………………………………….

………………………………………………………..………………………………………………………


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Amount : Rs………………………

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: 14 : Form B






INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

ON

CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE IN INDIA (NSCWSI-2018)
Registration

(For each Delegate)


Please fill in this Form and return it by e-mail along with the due Registration Fee (Vide Registration Section) payable to INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION, by e-transfer so that it reaches the Office of the Association within 21st December, 2017 / Late Registration within 15th January, 2018.
Details of payments by e-transfer

Account Name : Indian Science News Association

Account No. : S.B. A/C NO.11152795977

Bank Name and Branch : State Bank of India, Manicktala Branch

IFSC code : SBIN0001715

MICR Code : 700002062

PAN No. : AAATI4014J

e-mail ID of Beneficiary : scie2224@dataone.in

Amount : Rs……………………
(Scanned copy of this Form may be used)
Name: ……………………….………….. …………………………..…………………

(Surname)

Institute / Affiliation /Address: …………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………..………………….
……………………… ……………………………………………. Pin……………………………….

.

E-mail:………………………………………….. Mobile …………………………….………………..




Male Female


Date: Signature……………………………………………
Supply of Registration material (Proceedings: Abstract only) cannot be ensured if the Registration Fee is not received within 15th January 2018.
Avoid Spot Registration as far as possible, in which case supply of Registration kit can’t be ensured.

Each delegate must use separate Form-B.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….



Office use only
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: 15 :


Form C

INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

ON

CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE IN INDIA (NSCWSI-2018)
Accommodation
Please fill in this Form and return it by e-mail with the due accommodation charge to the Indian Science News Association (ISNA), 92, Acharya Prafulla Chandra Road, Kolkata-700009, so that it reaches the office of the Association on or before 15th January, 2018 or 29th January, 2018 (see Accommodation Section).

(Scanned copy of this Form may be used)


Please reserve accommodation for myself and family

Male………………….……. Female………………………….; Total members:……………………..

from …………………….…….. to ………………………..……2017.
Guest House accommodation:

The accommodation charges of Rs………………………is being paid (see Accommodation Section for details).


The payment is to be made by e-transfer in favour of INDIAN SCIENCE NEWS ASSOCIATION that it reaches the Office of ISNA within 12th January / 26th January 2018 (Vide Accommodation Section).
Details of payments by e-transfer

Account Name : Indian Science News Association

Account No. : S.B. A/C NO.11152795977

Bank Name and Branch : State Bank of India, Manicktala Branch

IFSC code : SBIN0001715

MICR Code : 700002062

PAN No. : AAATI4014J

e-mail ID of Beneficiary : scie2224@dataone.in

Amount : Rs……………………..
Arrival on……………….. at ………by…………up/down train / Plane………………Station……………..

Registration fee along with Form-B has been sent to the Association on……………………………………..

Name: ……………………….… …………………………….…. ……..………………………..

Surname Middle Name First Name

E-mail: …………………………………………………………………………….

Institution / Affiliation / Address: …………………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………...……………………………………………..……………….

…………………………………………... PIN……………..………… Mobile No. …………………………

Age: ………….……………. Male Female
Signature:………………………………………………….. Date…………………………….

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Office use only


Received on…………………………………….

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