Nepal

About Conference

Nepal Chemical Society is sorry to announce that, due to ongoing pandemics, the Nepal Chemical Congress 2020 (NCC 2020) is postponed for next year. Nepal Chemical Society (NCS) is a professional society of Chemists in Nepal and abroad. Like other international Chemical societies, NCS: 1) conducts seminars, symposia and conferences on regular basis, 2) advocates on pertinent policy issues, 3) publishes scientific journals and bulletins. It has also established collaboration with different nation ... See More.

OUR MISSION AND VISION

Nepal Chemical Society (NCS), established in 1979 is a national voluntary non-profit association of all the chemistry professional of Nepal. At present, it has over 1000 members from different universities, colleges, research institutions, chemical industries and government organizations. The society is dedicated to contribute for the overall progress and prosperity of the nation by promoting the research activities and capabilities as well as the quality of chemical education of the country. The NCS is equally devoted to strengthen the ties among chemists and chemical technologists working in different academic and research institutions, industries and government bodies to enhance their overall well-being.

IMPORTANT DATES

To be decided.

Registration

We encourage interested individuals to register for the conference electronically as early as possible. You will receive a confirmation email after. Nature of presentation (Oral or poster) will be provided with further information after acceptance of your abstracts .


OUR AIM AND VISION

To create and promote research environments. To encourage organizations and individuals to contribute to the nation through the works in chemistry and related fields. To promote unity, friendship, and cooperation among chemists and safeguard their prestige and professional interests.

Convener

Dr. Niranjan Parajuli

Dr. Niranjan Parajuli

Professor

President, Nepal Chemical Society

Co-Convener

Dr. Bhanu Bhakta Neupane

Dr. Bhanu Bhakta Neupane

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

General Secretary, Nepal Chemical Society

Advisory Committee

Dr. Reuben Jih‐Ru Hwu

Dr. Reuben Jih‐Ru Hwu

Professor

Professor National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan and President, Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS)

Dr. Rolf Müller

Dr. Rolf Müller

Professor

Managing Director of the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland (HIPS); Head, Department of Microbial Natural Products, Germany

Dr. Frances S Ligler

Dr. Frances S Ligler

Professor

Lampe Distinguished Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Joint department of North Carolina State University and University of North Carolina, USA.

Dr. Sabu Thomas

Dr. Sabu Thomas

Professor

Professor and Vice chancellor, Mahatma Gandi University, India.

Organizing Committee

Birendra Tamrakar

Birendra Tamrakar

Vice president

Vice president, Nepal Chemical Society

Bishwo Babu Pudashaini

Bishwo Babu Pudashaini

Vice president

Vice president, Nepal Chemical Society

Khim Panthi

Khim Panthi

Secretary

Secretary, Nepal Chemical Society

Dr. Netra Lal Bhandari

Dr. Netra Lal Bhandari

Editor-in-chief

Editor-in-chief, Nepal Chemical Society

Scientific Committee

Dr Ramesh Giri

Dr Ramesh Giri

Professor

Professor, Department of Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Dr. Dai-Viet N. Vo

Dr. Dai-Viet N. Vo

Director

Director, Center of excellence for Green and Environmental Nanomaterials, Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Vietnam

Dr. Lok Kumar Shrestha

Dr. Lok Kumar Shrestha

Principle Investigator

Principle Investigator, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

Dr Ajit Kumar Sharma

Dr Ajit Kumar Sharma

Associate Professor

Associate Professor, Lovely Professional University, India

Confirmed Speakers

Basant Giri

Basant Giri

Kathmandu Institute of Applied Science

Contact us

Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Post Box No. 6145 Kathmandu

+977 5599655/ 53, +977 9813433243

info@ncsconference.org

About Kathmandu

Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and an ancient city, famous for its temples and Buddhist stupas. The average temperature during mid October lies between 12 to 27 degree Celsius. There are regular international flights connecting Kathmandu to Europe, USA, Japan and other major cities of the globe.

Visa to Nepal

Visa can be obtained from Nepalese Embassy/Consulate offices abroad or on arrival in Nepal. For further information please visit: http://www.welcomenepal.com

Local Hospitality

Accommodation in hotels or guest house can be arranged for the participants on request and on payment of the expenses.

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