FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME On “Prospective Research on Sustainable Development” [20-07-2020 to 24-07-2020]

The Department of Chemistry, SRM Institute of Science and Technology-Ramapuram campus organized five days Faculty Development Programme on “Prospective Research on Sustainable Development” associated with Association of Chemistry Teachers (ACT), Mumbai during 20-07-2020 to 24-07-2020. Faculty Members from various places of India have been actively participated for all five days. Around 300 participants were attended that five days programme and received certificates.

Chief Guest details are as follows

Date & Time


Guest Details



10.30 AM-12.00 PM

The Changing Role of Chemists

Dr. S. Sivasubramanian
Former Vice Chancellor
Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
& Noorul Islam University, Kumaracoil, Tami Nadu



10.30 AM-12.00 PM

Session 1: Green Technology for Industrial Effluent Treatment

Session 2: Micro fluidic devices and its Applications in Analytical Chemistry

Guest 1: Dr. M. Swaminathan

Nanomaterials Laboratory, International Research Centre, Department of Chemistry, Kalasalingam Aademy of Research and Eduction, Krishnankoil.

Guest 2: Dr. J.P. Rajapandian
Research Scientist
Institute of Analytical Chemistry
University of Leipzig,



10.30 AM-12.00 PM

Session 1: Nanosensors for Point of Care Healthcare Applications

Session 2: Artificial Photosynthesis Basics and Recent Advances

Guest 1: Dr. D. Ravi Shankaran
National Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NCNSNT),
University of Madras,
Guindy Campus, Chennai – 600025,
Tamil Nadu, India.

Guest 2: Dr. Ch. Subramanyam                          Professor,
Department of Chemistry,
Indian Institute of Technology
Kandi 502285, Telangana,



10.30 AM-12.00 PM

Session 1: Drug Discovery and  Development

Session 2: Catalysis and the Green Revolution in Chemistry

Guest 1: Dr.  U. P. Senthilkumar

Senior VP: Process Research,
Orchid Pharma Ltd,

Guest 2: Dr. Radha Jayaram
Professor & Head,
Department of Chemistry
Institute of Chemical Technology
Mumbai, India



10.30 AM-12.00 PM

Session 1: Molecular Switches and Machines

Session 2: Molecular Engineering to Control the Electronic, Magnetic and Catalytic Properties

Guest 1: Dr. K. John Adaikalasamy
Associate Professor & Head (UG),
Department of Chemistry,
American College,  Madurai.

Guest 2: Dr. S. Maheshwaran
Assistant Professor,
Department of Chemistry,
Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay