Institute of Chemistry launches Action Programme on Jan. 25 | Daily News

Institute of Chemistry launches Action Programme on Jan. 25

The Inauguration ceremony of the launching of the Action Programme 2023 of the Institute of Chemistry Ceylon for Contributing to Economic Development through Professional Development of Chemists and Quality Improvement in the Chemical Industry in-line with the International Year of Basic Sciences (IYBSSD 2022) has been scheduled.

This grand event of professionals, will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday January 25 2023 at the Water’s Edge Hotel, Battaramulla.

Susil Premajayantha, Minister of Education will grace the event as the Chief Guest and Professor Sirimali Fernando, Secretary General, Sri Lanka National Council for UNESCO will be the Guest of Honour.

In view of the above, IChemC has scheduled the following programs commencing from the year 2023 in order to improve capacity and quality of Chemists enabling them to make a better contribution to the economic development of the country through providing specialized services to industries in which chemical sciences are involved.

The related industries will definitely be benefited through these scheduled activities. 1. Inauguration of Secretariat for Professional Practice of Chemistry, 2. Launching Continuous Professional Development (CPD), 3. Virtual ChemEX 2023 - Educational, Industrial exhibition and Trade Fair, (Launching activities under the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD 2022) proclaimed by the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly), 4. Introduction of proposed postgraduate degrees in Chemical Science, 5. Conducting ‘Virtual ChemEX’ 2023 Educational- Industrial Exhibition and Trade Fair The Institute has planned to conduct the Inauguration ceremony for launching the above activities with the participation of eminent Chemists, University Academics in chemistry and related fields, Industrial representatives as well as the representatives of relevant Ministries, Departments, ITI, SLSI, other scientific organizations and UNESCO, FAO/UN and WHO.


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