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There was a gathering of scholars and researchers on the second day of the two-day national seminar organized by the Department of Physics and IQAC at Lal Bahadur Shastri College. Principal Prof. Ravindra Kumar welcomed the invited guests. In the inaugural session of the seminar, the Chief Guest, District Magistrate, Gonda presented the sponsor of the National Seminar, SBI Manager R. Of. Singh and Varsha Singh, Vice-Chairman of the Founder Management Committee of Satya Saroj Foundation.
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Invited scholar Prof. DK Dwivedi, Dean and Department of Physics, Madan Mohan Malaviya University of Technology, Gorakhpur presented his important statement on the topic of solar energy based technology and equipment. He said that the Sun is a source of renewable energy, so scientists have to focus their research on this energy. The energy needs of most of the alternative energy sources have to be met. The session was presided over by the Principal of the college, Prof. By Ravindra Kumar.
Dozens of researchers presented
Kamlesh Kumar Singh and Deependra Pandey from Amity University, Lucknow, Arpit Swaroop Mathur, Vikas Kumar Rajput, Prateek Arora, Purushottam Kumar, Vikas Kumar, Prem Pratap Singh, Abhilasha Singh from Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Agra Dozens of researchers including Ram Lakhan Singh, Bharti Sharma made presentations. Academic introduction of the scholars who came to the national seminar, the convener of the national seminar, Prof. Jitendra Singh.
thanks to the guests
Prof. from TD College Jaunpur. Sudesh Kumar Singh and Dr. Amit Yadav, Principal of MLK College, Balrampur, Prof. JP Pandey, Prof. PK Singh, Prof. Alok Shukla enriched the seminar by being present. Dr. Arvind Sharma of Saket College, Ayodhya co-chaired the third technical session. A vote of thanks to all the visiting guests. Professor Santosh Kumar Srivastava.
The technical sessions were conducted by Harsh Srivastava and Vaibhav Tandon, students of Physics at the latter part of MSc. The technical team made the program live and made presentations to the researchers online. 467 participants registered online/offline. 65 research abstracts were received. About a hundred researchers read their research papers in the two-day conference.