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JU to host JK Women Science Congress-2024 showcasing STEM achievements
2/11/2024 9:30:17 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 11: University of Jammu, in collaboration with J&K Science Technology and Innovation Council (Department of Science and Technology), Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir, is hosting JK Women Science Congress-2024, from February 11th to 13th, 2024. Announcing this during a Curtain Raiser Press Conference, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu, Prof Umesh Rai said the event is aimed at celebrating and showcasing women's outstanding contributions in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Aligned with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, recognized by the United Nations General Assembly on February 11th, 2015, this Congress will serve as a pivotal platform to emphasize gender parity in science and inspire the next generation of women in STEM, he added.
Prof Umesh Rai, along with Prof Anju Bhasin, Dean Academic Affairs and Convener of the event, Prof Jyoti Vakhlu, Co-convener, Prof. Monika Chadha, Convener Press, and Prof. Sarika Manhas, said that Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor JKUT and Chancellor, University of Jammu Shri Manoj Sinha will inaugurate the JK Women Science Congress 2024 on Feb 11, 2024 while Prof. Vibha Tandon, Director, CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology (IICB), Kolkata, will be the guest of honor.
During the media interaction, Prof. Rai lauded the organizers for aligning the congress with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. He highlighted the efforts of the Indian Science Congress and the Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, in promoting fellowships for women scientists.
Emphasizing the goal of dissolving boundaries, he expressed the congress's objective to encourage collaboration among young researchers across subjects and institutions for idea-sharing and interdisciplinary exploration. Prof. Rai envisions the participants to achieve great heights in STEM and hoped they would be role models for young girls pursuing the study of science.
The JK Women Science Congress-2024 aims to facilitate meaningful interactions between young researchers and role models, with a particular emphasis on promoting girls in the scientific community , he said and acknowledged the active support and contribution of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of J&K in organizing this event .
Providing insights into the holding of the Science Congress, Prof. Anju Bhasin, the Dean Academic Affairs, University of Jammu and Convener of the Congress, highlighted the initiative to provide women a platform to reach top levels, fostering interaction and idea-sharing.
Prof. Anju Bhasin said that approximately 200 participants have already registered for the event. There will be 13 sessions, 15 plenary talks, 21 oral talks, 10 flash talks, 124 poster presentations, and a panel discussion on gender inequality.
Prof. Jyoti Vakhlu, Co-convener, JK Women Science Congress 2024, said that the University of Jammu sees this initiative as an extension of its societal duties. Addressing the gender gap in STEM fields worldwide, she emphasized the importance of equal representation for women, stating that society will suffer without it. Notably, this Congress will be conducted in a trans-disciplinary mode, fostering collaboration between students, scholars, young faculty, and eminent scientists, she added.
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