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National Seminar on
Principles and applications of quantum chemistry
On 30& 31 October  2014 
Jointly 
Organised by 
Department of Chemistry, 
MESM College, Kayamkulam, Alappuzha, Kerala. & KSCSTE, Kerala
In association with ACT
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Lecture in
Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics.
Date and Time – 25/10/2014 at 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Venue - Seminar Hall, Mahatma Gandhi College
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and
An executive meeting of the ACT will be held on the same day at 1.30 pm in chemistry department of MG College.

National Seminar on
Emerging trends in material science

Organised by  
Post Graduate Department of Chemistry & Research Centre,
Sree Narayana College For Women, Kollam, Kerala.
Programme Details

SciFinder training

On17th JULY 2014 - 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm
Seminar Hall, S.N. College, Chempazhanthy, Thiruvananthapuram.
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State level seminar on
GREEN CHEMISTRY-ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS
On 24th June 2014 , Organized By
The Research & Post Graduate Department Of Chemistry,
Fatima Mata National  College
Programme Details

Two day National Seminar on

Trends in Combinatorial Chemistry and Cheminformatics

Organized by the PG Department of Chemistry
In association with the Academy of Chemistry Teachers (ACT)
On 20th and 21st of March 2014
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Workshop on
MICROSCALE EXPERIMENTS IN CHEMISTRY

Programme Details | Registration Form

UGC sponsored National Seminar on

Material Science and Modern Analytical Techniques
March 26-27, 2014
Venue: M.P.M.M.S.N.Trusts College,
Shoranur, Palakkad, Kerala, India
Programme Details | Registration Form

University order revising the syllabus

Revised B.Sc Chemistry Syllabus Core & Open (Uty of Kerala)

Revised M.Sc syllabus - Pure, Analytical and Applied chemistry (Uty of Kerala)

Academy of Chemistry Teachers (ACT), the most active professional organization of Chemistry Teachers in Kerala, wishes you a happy academic year 2012-2013.

The annual meeting of ACT will be held on 16th June 2012 at the Department of Chemistry, University College, Thiruvananthapuram from 9.30 onwards. “A Workshop on Chemistry Lab course & Student Project for FDP (CBCS) of Chemistry (Core & Complementary)” is organized on the day to discuss and finalize the various aspects to be considered for finalizing the examination scheme, criteria of weightage for various components in the Lab course examinations at the end of 4th and 6th semesters.

The workshop will also focus on various aspects of

·       PG chemistry syllabus revision

·       The conduct of B.Sc. (core) and complementary Lab course exams

·       Implementation of B.Sc. Chemistry Project

·       Fund utilization formalities for Chemical/equipment purchase

·       Carrier advancement schemes of young teachers

Experts will handle the different sessions.Election to the office bearers of ACT for the coming two years will be conducted during the annual meeting. We welcome teachers of all institutions to actively participate in the programme and make it a grand success.
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NIIST (CSIR)-ACT NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON
“Frontiers in Organic Synthesis
And Drug Discovery”
On 1st & 2nd March 2012
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NATIONAL SEMINAR ON PHYSICAL AND BIO MEDICAL
APPLICATIONS IN NANO TECHNOLOGY (NSNANO-2011)

October 12-14, 2011
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Workshop on Virtual Labs in CHEMICAL SCIENCES
Monday 19th September 2011
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Dear All
Chemistry forms the basis for understanding the nature of humankind and the universe and has played a pivotal role in the development of all sciences. Almost everything in everyday life has a benefit from chemical sciences, and therefore it has a very huge influence on human life. As a branch of natural science, chemistry is a very powerful tool that can create a better future, or in contrary, if it mislead can create disaster. For this reason, appropriate usage of chemical knowledge can lead human being to improve their quality of life. Chemistry is both rapidly growing and embracing other sciences, and therefore researchers require update in recent development of this field.

To celebrate this branch of science, the United Nations have declared the year 2011 as the International Year of Chemistry (IYC-2011) with the theme
“Chemistry - our life, our future”.

The Department of Chemistry, University of Kerala is organizing a UGC sponsored National Seminar on
Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences: Frontiers and Challenges
on 25-26 August 2011.

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for further details please contact
Dr. T.S. Anirudhan
Professor and Head
(Convenor, RTCSFC-2011)
Department of Chemistry, University of Kerala, Kariavattom, Trivandrum, Kerala 695581
Mobile:09446684887

Email: rtcsfc2011@gmail.com
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Dear Sir/Madam

Academy of Chemistry Teachers
(ACT), a registered and recognized professional organization of Chemistry Teachers in Kerala, has been actively engaged in promoting the spirit and relevance of chemistry and assisting students and teachers in updating their knowledge in the emerging frontiers of the discipline, since its inception in 1991.

As you are aware, International Year of Chemistry 2011 (IYC 2011) is celebrated all over the world to commemorate the achievements of chemistry, and its contributions to humankind. It aims to raise awareness of chemistry among the general public and to attract young people into the field, as well as to highlight the role of chemistry in solving global problems.

Departments of Chemistry of various colleges in Kerala have conducted some kickoff events in the month of February and March 2011 in connection with IYC 2011. Apart from giving full support to the planning and conduct of such programmes, ACT has also organized some programmes in its own.  Following the motivational suggestions from Dr. C.T.S. NAIR, Dr. C.G. RAMACHANDRAN NAIR, Dr. M. P. PARAMESWARAN,  Dr R.V.G. MENON and Dr. T.S. ANIRUDHAN, we are planning to organize more programmes aiming at inspiring the general public,  young researchers, students of colleges and schools to strengthen and popularize chemistry.

Academy of Chemistry Teachers hosts a meeting to discuss and finalize future programmes of IYC 2011 in Kerala, on 5th May 2011 (Thursday). The meeting will begin at 10.00 am at the department of Chemistry, University College, Trivandrum and  Dr. C.G. RAMACHANDRAN NAIR has kindly agreed to chair the session.

We invite all who are interested in this endeavor, and all who can help us in making the effort fruitful, to the meeting for their active participation and support. We request you to attend the meeting and share your ideas and plans for formulating future programmes for celebrating IYC 2011. Let us work together for a better tomorrow. .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Academy of Chemistry Teachers (ACT), a registered and recognized professional organization of Chemistry Teachers in Kerala, has been actively engaged in promoting the spirit and relevance of chemistry and assisting students and teachers in updating their knowledge in the emerging frontiers of the discipline, since its inception in 1991.

ACT hosts a meeting to discuss and finalize future programmes of IYC 2011 in Kerala, on 5th May 2011 (Thursday). The meeting will begin at 10.00 am at the department of Chemistry, University College, Trivandrum and  Dr. C.G. RAMACHANDRAN NAIR has kindly agreed to chair the session.

We request you to attend the meeting and share your ideas and plans for formulating future programmes for celebrating IYC 2011.
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Academy of Chemistry Teachers (ACT), organizes a ‘One day seminar on Cheminformatics’ at the Post Graduate Department of Chemistry, Fatima Mata National College, Kollam on 16-03-2011, Wednesday from 10.00 am to 3.30 pm.
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CADD2011 National workshop on Computer Aided Drug Design
from 17th to 19th March 2011
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Details of forthcoming seminars/workshops organized by the PG departments of various colleges in association with ACT
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Open Source Drug Discovery (OSDD) of CSIR, New Delhi and Academy of Chemistry Teachers (ACT), Kerala, are jointly organizing seminars at the DBT-BIF Centre for Bioinformatics, University of Kerala on 12-08-2010 and at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattur, Alleppey  on 13-08-2010. The seminars cover various aspects of drug discovery.

We invite teachers, researchers and students of all institutions to participate in the programme. Let us work hand-in-hand to accomplish the lofty aim of OSDD.
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The prominent speakers in the seminar are

Mr. Zakir Thomas,
Project Director, OSDD, New Delhi,

Dr. Ram Viswakarma
Director, IIIM, Jammu.

Dr. GPS Raghava
Scientist and Head Bioinformatics Centre,  Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandigarh

Dr. Achuthsankar S. Nair,
Hon. Director, Centre for Bioinformatics, UoK

Dr. Pawan K. Dhar,
Hon. Director, Centre for Systems & Synthetic Biology, UoK 

Dr. Vinod Scaria,
Scientist, IGIB, New Delhi,

Dr. U.C. Abdul Jaleel,
Department of Cheminformatics, MCC Calicut,

Mr. Girinath G. Pillai,
Centre for Bioinformatics, UoK