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An All India Seminar (AIS) on Pollution Prevention through Development of Bio Based Materials and Energy 22/02/2013 To 23/02/2013

An All India Seminar (AIS) on Pollution Prevention through Development of Bio Based Materials and Energy was jointly organized by Department of Chemical Engineering, MNIT Jaipur and The Institution Of Engineers (INDIA), Rajasthan state centre, Jaipur at Design centre MNIT, Jaipur during 22-23 February, 2013. The organizing chairman for the event was Dr. Sudir Kumar Calla(Chairman, The Institution Of Engineers (INDIA), Rajasthan state centre, Jaipur) and convener was Dr. Manish Vashishtha (Assistant Professor, MNIT Jaipur ). The inaugural function was held on 22nd February and chief guest was Shri Sanjay Sood(IFS, Member Secretary, Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board), guest of honour was Dr. K.U. Mistry (Chairman, Gujarat Pollution Control Board) and Prof. I.K. Bhat (Director, MNIT Jaipur) presided the event. A souvenir of the seminar was also released on inaugural.
The response of the seminar in terms of research papers received for oral presentation was overwhelming. A total of 53 papers were accepted for presentation during seminar. The total number of delegates who attended the seminar was around 100. Apart from Rajasthan we have participants from other states such as UP, MP, Punjab, Haryana, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and Maharashtra, thereby imparting a true national character to the seminar. Total of 6 technical sessions were organized during which keynote addresses and technical papers were presented covering various aspects of pollution prevention technologies and environment management using bio based materials and energy.
The Valedictory function was organized on 23rd February where the participants were distributed certificates by Shri Sanjay Sood(IFS, Member Secretary, Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board)
Main Outcomes and Recommendation of Seminar:
1. Due to rapidly exhausting conventional fuel resources, abundantly available renewable sources like solar power, wind, tidal, geothermal and ocean thermal can be exploited as economic and efficient alternative fuels.
2. Biomass and biologically generated polymers are attractive renewable feedstock of energy producing material.
3. Biologically transformed materials have high potency, susceptibility under fluctuating conditions and produce fewer by products due to its enzymatic catalysts.
4. These inherent green chemistry concepts make promising future of bio based materials to be used in industrial production of commodities with less environmental impacts.

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