[Tpe-lfb-cvs] Second Call for Paper - Bharatiya Vigyan Sammelan, BVS 2007, Bhopal MP

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Bharatiya Vigyan Sammelan, 23-25 November, 2007


 The focal theme of the conference is - *Integral Scientific Management of
Resources For Sustainable Development with special focus on Best Traditional
and Current Practices in Agri-Forestry and Rural Technology in India and
Abroad. * In addition to individual delegates and representatives from
institutions, the conference will also have associate delegates comprising
of Post-graduates and Research Scholars as observers, selected from R&D
institutions, Colleges and Universities.
We invite all Scientists, Technocrats, Academicians, Policy Makers, Research

Scholars, Students and common people who have an affinity towards Science
and Technology to participate and contribute to this conference.

Science and Technology, forms the thrust engine of development for any
society. An overwhelmingly large number of over 6 lac villages still await
infrastructure facilities and basic amenities. There is a growing disparity
between the haves and the have-nots. It is becoming increasingly imperative
that inclusive growth becomes a reality and not just a slogan.
 We have a gigantic task at hand. Effective intervention through appropriate
technologies can play an important role in providing urban amenities in
rural areas. These interventions will be able to control the ever-growing
problems of urbanization, rural poverty, environmental degradation and
unequal growth.
 Language plays a very significant role in the 'lab to land' concept. In our

country, with 23 recognized official national languages including Hindi and
English, language plays a key role in science and technology dissemination
among the masses.India, a nation of a billion people, cradle of the oldest
civilization of mankind, is marching ahead with indomitable power and
incorrigible confidence. Home to the 2nd largest population of the world, we
have to fulfill a billion dreams as well as our global responsibilities
 The conference shall comprise of invited talks from eminent personalities
in the area of interest and contributed papers for oral/poster
presentations. Scientists, Technologists, Research Scholars, Policy makers
and Stake Holders in S & T are invited to send two page Extended Abstracts
(in Hindi or English or both) of their papers before 15th August, 2007. The
Abstracts should be accompanied with Registration form for attending the
conference. The Abstracts and full paper may be sent as MS-Word files to :\

bvs at rgtu.net

 The Abstracts can also be sent as hard copies to *
Executive Chairman,
Bhartiya Vigyan Sammelan, Samanvay Karyalaya, B-44, 45 Banglow, Professors
Colony, Opp Mulla Ramuzi Bhawan, Bhopal, MP*
Conference Theme:*
1. Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Sciences
2. Forestry and Environmental Sciences
3. Water Management
4. Energy Management
5. Mineral Resources and Materials Science/Technology
6. Meteorology and Climate
7. Health and Medical Sciences including AYUSH and Nutraceuticals
8. Housing, Habitat and Architecture
9. Basic Sciences : Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy,
Life Sciences.
10. Cutting Edge Technologies (BIO, IT, NANO - Status and Possibilities)
11. Science Communication through Regional Languages
12. Engineering and Technological Sciences
13 Marine and Aquaculture Sciences

Last date for :
Abstract Submission :30th August, 2007
Notification for Acceptance : 30th September, 2007
Submission of Full Text of paper :15th October, 2007
Registration:15th October, 2007

*The Registration fee,* for the conference, which shall include the
conference material and working lunch during the conference period, is as
follows :

Institutional Delegates : Rs. 5,000/- (upto 3 delegates)
Individual Delegates : Rs. 1,000/-
Research Scholars and Members of Organizing Institutions: Rs. 500/-
Student Observers and Persons accompanying delegates : Rs. 500/-

email : bvs at rgtu.net
url: http://www.bvsindia.org

Conference Dates : November 23-25, 2007
Venue: Ravindra Bhawan, Bhopal < http://www.bvsindia.org/ >

Our mailing address is:
Samanvay Karyalaya,
B-44, 45 Banglow
Opposite Mulla Ramuzi Bhawan, Professors Colony, Bhopal, MP

Our Contect:
bvs at rgtu.net
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