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Vichar Shroff, student from BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, participated as a panelist on a TV Show held on 15th June 2015
India Today ranks nation's top colleges (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani ranked No. 3)
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Visit of French Ambassador
The 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will take place in Paris in December this year. An effective and equitable international agreement will be critical for reducing greenhouse gas emissions to limit global temperature rise to 2 degree Celsius and for supporting adaptation to climate impacts. France, as the host and chair of the COP21 is committed to the role of an impartial facilitator for forging an ambitious agreement at COP 21.
In this context, Ambassador of France, H.E. Mr. François Richier addressed several issues related to the global fight against climate change and the role of France as chair of the upcoming conference in December. This was followed by a discussion on alternate energy sources, and how important technology transfer and cooperation between countries is to achieving a cleaner world, and dropping CO2 emission levels. A question and answer session soon followed with thoughts on government intervention, nuclear energy as a resource, and the role of diplomacy in climate change were all debated and discussed.
The Ambassador also interacted with the Director, Prof. Sasikumar and key officials of BITS Pilani, Goa Campus. He was open to the idea of academic and research collaboration between India and Franceand said that presently about 3150 Indian students are in France while 1600 French students are in India. He also highlighted the schemes for Indian students graduating from French schools, wherein students will be given a 5 year Visa so that they benefit beyond their educational period. The Visit was coordinated by Prof. Srikanth Mutnuri, Associate Dean, International Programmes and Collaborations Division.
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Dibole is Co-founded by Hema Kiran of 2007 batch. Dilbole is an Android app making its way in the social shopping space in India. Dilbole is a product bookmarking tool to showcase and discover style. Dilbole envisions being THE destination for window shopping, shopping enthusiasts and believers of retail therapy. Dilbole won’t sell stuff; they just allow users to curate the products they love. All the products on Dilbole are User curated.
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Your ratings and reviews on Google play would be really appreciated.
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Sustainable Biosolutions LLP is a highly innovative environmental engineering Startup company that was co- founded by Akshat Tyagi and Raghavendraprasad Suryavanshi (Former M.E Biotech students of BITS Pilani Goa campus). It provides cutting edge technologies and solutions in the field of design, installation and trouble shooting of Sewage treatment plants,Effluent treatment plants, and Bio gas plants and providing biological solutions for solid and liquid waste management.
Some of its collaborators are INRA, France & BARC,Mumbai, India.
Descriptive product demonstration video links:
· >> Sewage Treatment plant (SBR Technology): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IV-5i0xSJvQ
· >> Food waste to Biogas Plant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNwtvOSQ6Y4
1. 1) Winners of DBT-BIRAC-Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation - Grand Challenges India Initiative (RTTC: India 2014) in collaboration with BITS Pilani Goa and Ghent University, Belgium
2. 2) One of the top ten shortlisted teams for Millennium Alliance 2014
3. 3) Won 1st prize in TiEHubli 50K Big idea business plan competition 2013
Sustainable Biosolutions LLP
Tel: +91 88889 80197
National Conference on New Frontiers in Chemistry - From Fundamentals to Applications (NFCFA-2015) will be held on 18-19 December, 2015 at Department of Chemistry, BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus.
Applications are invited for a JRF/SRF/RA position in the Department of Biological Sciences for the CSIR Funded Project “Analysis of metabolically active bacterial species in anaerobic digesters”.
The duration of the project is 9 months and the salary is as per the rules of CSIR.
Qualifications: M.Sc / M.E / Ph.D in life sciences and NET / GATE qualified persons will be given preference
Applications with detailed bio-data should reach the PI,
Dr.-Srikanth Mutnuri, Applied and Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences., BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, Zuarinagar Goa 403 726,
1st International conference on Trends in Cell and Molecular Biology (TCMB 2015) will be held at BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, from 19-21st December 2015. Emphasis of the conference is on, but not limited to, the understanding of cellular toxicity, cellular response to nanomaterials, molecular approach to cancer and computational and systems biology.
The purpose of this conference is to provide a common platform for all researchers, students, working on different aspects of ‘cell and molecular biology’ to discuss their research findings. The conference will consist of plenary sessions, invited lectures, oral and poster presentations.
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