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REGISTRATION:
I In nt te er rn na at ti io on na al l R Re es se ea ar rc ch h
Registration Fee : PRE Registration is compulsory PROGRAMME:
for in-house participants however on the spot
Registration: 09.00 HRS- 10.00 HRS
C Co ol ll lo oq qu ui iu um m
registration may be done as given below:
Inauguration: 10.00 HRS- 10.30 HRS
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Teachers and Scientists: Rs. 500/- only.
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Student Registration: 200/- only
KEY NOTE LEAD LECTURE: 10.30 HRS- 11.30 HRS
Title: ‘Power of genomic sequencing, possibility of next
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
B Bi io ot te ec ch hn no ol lo og gy y:: F Fu ut tu ur re e p pr ro os sp pe ec ct ts s''‘ ‘
generation sequencers and importance of post genome
PATRON-IN-CHIEF: Prof. R.P. Hooda (Vice
( (A AM MB BF F- -2 20 01 12 2) )
analyses’.
Chancellor)
Prof. Kawarabayasi Yutaka
PATRON: Prof. S.K. Gakhar (Dean, Faculty of Life
Group Leader, Functional Genomics Division,
A AS SS SO OC CI IA AT TI IO ON N O OF F
Sciences)
Kyushu University, Japan
CONVENER: Dr. P. Shukla (HOD, Microbiology)
MI MIC CR RO OB BI IO OL LO OG GI IS ST TS S O OF F I IN ND DI IA A
ORGANIZING SECRETARIES:
HIGH TEA: 11.30 HRS- 12.00 HRS R RO OH HT TA AK K- -U UN NI IT T
Dr. K.K. Sharma, Dr. Rajeev K. Kapoor
CO-ORGANIZING SECRETARIES:
Dr. Vipul Gohel , Sr. Scientist, Genencor
Dr. Bijender Singh, Mrs. Pooja Madan
International, Danisco, India
Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Dr. Pooja Gulati
(12.00 Hrs - 12.30 Hrs)
Dr. Anita Santal,
Dr. Tejas Kulkarni, Dept. of Biotechnology, Lund
INTERDISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE MEMBER:
( (N No ov ve em mb be er r 2 20 0,, 2 20 01 12 2) )
University, Sweden
D Dr r. . A Ar rc ch ha an na a G Ga ar rg g, , D De ep pt t. . o of f C Ch he em mi is st tr ry y
( (1 12 2. .3 30 0 H Hr rs s - - 1 1. .0 00 0 H Hr rs s) )
Dr. Ashish Dahiya, IHTM, MDU, Rohtak
Dr. Onkar Tiwari , Scientist, DBT, Govt. of India
ADVISORY COMMITTEE:
(1.00 Hrs-1.15 Hrs)
Prof. Ravindra Vinayak, Dean, Academics
Prof. Kamla Chaudhary ,Prof. Emeritus
BRAINSTORMING SESSION ON FUTURE BIO-FUEL
Prof. S.N. Mishra, Former Dean, Life Sciences
14.30 Hrs- 15.00 Hrs
Prof. Daleep Singh, Dept. of IHTM
Dr. Sangeeta Negi, Senior Scientist, Los Alamos
Prof. Prem Singh, Dept. of Library Sciences O Or rg ga an ni iz ze ed d b by y
National Laboratory, Los Alamos,USA
Prof. P.K. Jaiwal , Director, CBT
DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY
Title: "Molecular strategies to enhance photosynthetic
Dr. K.K. Verma, Director, Research
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY
efficiency and solar to biomass conversion in microalgae“
Prof. Arun Nanda, Dean, Dept .of Pharm. Sciences
ROHTAK-124001
Prof. Rajesh Dhankar, Dept. of Env. Sciences
PanelDiscussion&Interactionwithstudents,
HARYANA
Dr. Rajesh Dabar, Dept. of Biochemistry
Valedictory function:
Dr. (Mrs.) Anita Rani Sehrawat, Dept. of Botany
(15.00 HRS to 16.00 Hrs)
Prof. J.P. Yadav, Dept. of Genetics
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS:
Prof. Pushpa Dahiya ,Deptt. of Botany
Organizing Secretary , AMBF-2012
Dr. (Mrs.) Meenakshi, Dept. of Zoology
Dept. of Microbiology, M. D. University, Rohtak-
Prof. Vineeta Shukla , Deptt. of Zoology
124001, Ph: 01262393352; Mob: 9996303126;
Dr. B.S. Yadav , Deptt. of Food Technology
8813866019
Dr. J.S. Laura, Dept. of Env. Sciences
E-mail : osambf2012@gmail.comASSOCIATION OF MICROBIOLOGISTS OF INDIA ABOUT UNIVERSITY Education is offered through its 36 departments.
The Association of Microbiologists of India Besides, the University runs some programmes
Maharshi Dayanand University, ab initio
established in 1938 is one of the oldest and through its Indira Gandhi P.G. Regional Centre,
established as Rohtak University, Rohtak, came
reputed scientific organizations of the country. Meerpur (Rewari) and University Institute of Law
into existence by an Act No. 25 of 1975 of the
Since its inception, it has contributed & Management Studies (ULIMS), Gurgaon.
Haryana Legislative Assembly in 1976 with the
significantly towards development of
objective to promote inter-disciplinary higher THE DEPARTMENT
microbiology, particularly in areas of research
education and research in the fields of
The Department of Microbiology was established
teaching and commerce in country. The
environmental, ecological and life sciences. It
in June, 2009, with objectives like providing
Association publishes a quarterly journal, “Indian
was rechristened as Maharshi Dayanand
education and training facilities, carrying out
Journal of Microbiology” for the last 45 years
University in 1977 after the name of a great
application oriented research, developing in-
and holds a National convention annually at one
visionary and social reformer, Maharshi
house technologies and promoting consultancy
of the well established centers of microbiology in
Dayanand. It had a unitary and residential
services in various areas of Microbiology. The
the country. At present, there are more than
character in its nascent stage, but became an
d de ep pa ar rt tm me en nt t c cu ur rr re en nt tl ly y o of ff fe er rs s T Tw wo o M M. . S Sc c. . C Co ou ur rs se es s
2 25 50 00 0 l li if fe e a an nd d a an nn nu ua al l m me em mb be er rs s a an nd d a ab bo ou ut t 4 40 00 0
affiliating University in November 1978.
viz. M.Sc. Microbiology, M.Sc. Microbial
corporate members of the Association.
The University is located at Rohtak in the state of Biotechnology and Ph.D. programme in various
The Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI)
Haryana - about 75 kms from Delhi on Delhi- areas of Microbiology.
was founded in 1938 to promote Microbiology
Hisar National Highway (NH-10), and is about
and to provide a common platform for
240 kms from Chandigarh, the State Capital. It is AMI UNIT AT Rohtak
academicians and researchers working in
well connected both by rail as well as road. Rohtak AMI Unit is one of the registered and
different areas such as agriculture, human and
Rohtak is the education hub of the State with recognized units of AMI established in 2010,
animal health care, environment and industrial
excellent facilities for education in all fields of having more than 100 members. We are
microbiology, food and molecular microbiology.
knowledge. The University campus, spread over annually holding 1-2 day sensitization
an area of over 665.44 acres, is well laid with programmes/seminars related with
state-of-the-art buildings and magnificent road biotechnology and microbiology for the benefits
network, and presents a spectacle of harmony in of the members and non members.
architecture and natural beauty.