Two days Zonal Seminar on ‘Recent Trends in Science & Technology’ held

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 12: Jammu Sub Centre of Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) organized two days Zonal Seminar-2020 in online mode on the theme “Recent Trends in Science and Technology”.
Prof Manoj Kumar Dhar, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu was the chief guest of the inaugural function.
Prof Dhar in his inaugural address emphasized the need of technical collaborations for reducing the gap between basic sciences and engineering applications.
Prof JW Bakal, President, IETE in his presidential remarks emphasized the need of collaborative research and elaborated on the vision of IETE for the benefit of the society especially for students of engineering and technology.
Earlier, while welcoming the august gathering, Prof Pawanesh Abrol, Chairman IETE Jammu Sub Centre informed the participants about the activities carried out by the centre in the recent years.
The inauguration was addressed by Prof P Prabhakar, Vice President, IETE, Prof AP Thakare,

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