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1 Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College for Women Malleswaram, Bangalore & Forum For Excellence in Education (A Trust for Promoting Quality in Education) Malleswaram, Bangalore Venue : Dr. K N V Sastry Auditorium Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College for Women 18 th Cross, Malleswaram, Bangalore th & 28 th March 2015 Friday & Saturday Time : 9.00AM to 5.00PM

2 FORUM FOR EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION ABOUT THE WORKSHOP Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College for Women (MLACW) was founded in the year 1972 in order to provide quality education for girls residing in North Bangalore. Dr. K.N.V. Shastri, a noted scholar and historian, Dr. M.N. Mahadevan and Sri T.S. Rajan were the visionaries who took the bold step to empower women through education in the early 70's. Having started with just 12 students, the institution has carved a niche for itself among educational institutions in Bangalore and has transcended all boundaries in various areas of human pursuits with a current strength of over 4000 students. The farsighted vision of a committed management, supported by a dynamic director, dedicated principals and a competent team of teaching and non-teaching fraternity has provided a learner - oriented environment. This has earned the institution a 'A' grade from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). MLACW has adopted a holistic approach towards education by encouraging learners to excel not only in academics but also in co- curricular and extra-curricular activities. A concerted effort has been made to integrate socially useful and productive activities with the regular curriculum to enhance life skills. There has been a considerable interest among teachers and motivated students to undertake research projects and enrich themselves in emerging areas. Hence, towards inspiring the passionate faculty and students, this conference is organized, to provide an overview of the developments and project possibilities in these exploding domains. It would enable the faculty and students to expose themselves towards research cultures and inquisitive learning. Towards this, we invite UG/PG faculty, PG students and Research scholars at Life Sciences Departments to register and actively participate as delegates at the event. WHO CAN ATTEND THE EVENT ? The Forum is founded by Dr. J Ramakrishna, Retired Professor, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, with a vision to promote quality education and inculcate research culture in education through inquisitive practices and creative activities. The Forum has already made tremendous progress by delivering quality research talks to the students, who enroll themselves to aspire towards gaining admissions at reputed national and international institutions. Motivated by this noble thought, a group of faculty across institutes and industry experts have joined hands to strengthened this forum, to meet greater strides in achieving its dreams. Through their participation and regular interactions, the faculty could ensure quality training to the aspiring students, so as to enable the graduates towards better appreciation of concepts, develop passion towards research, focus on higher education at reputed institutes and seek quality jobs at renowned industries. M L A C W The biotechnology sector of India is knowledge intensive and highly innovative. The industry is divided into five major segments — bio-pharma, bio-services, bio-agri, bio-industrial and bio-informatics, and is projected to grow at an average growth rate of around 30% a year and reach USD 100 Billion by The segment as a whole is poised to play a more significant roles towards impacting healthcare. The bio-pharmaceutical sector accounts for the largest share of the biotech industry with a revenue share of 64% in Revenue from bio-pharma exports reached USD 2.2 Billion in 2013, accounting for 51% of total revenues of the biotech industry. Out of the top 10 biotech companies in India (by revenue), six focus their expertise in bio-pharmaceuticals. Biopharmaceuticals are medical drugs produced using biotechnology. They are proteins (including antibodies), nucleic acids (DNA, RNA or antisense oligonucleotides) used for therapeutic or in vivo diagnostic purposes. The first such substance approved for therapeutic use was recombinant human insulin. A large majority of biopharmaceutical products are derived from life forms. The Biopharma segment contributes a large portion to the Indian biotech segment both in terms of the number of companies as well as its contribution to revenue. It mainly comprises of vaccines and non-vaccine therapeutics, some novel products and contract services. The growing generics business of the pharma industry is expected to be the largest driver of growth in future too. Recombinant and other proteins, monoclonal antibodies, enzymes, blood products, radioimmune conjugates, cultured cells/tissues, biosimilars etc., also add to the market space. Despite the world wide adaptability of herbal products as efficacious medicaments, these suffer from scientific justification of their pharmacological and pharmacokinetics attributes. Major drawbacks related with these traditional medications include low aqueous solubility, stability, reduced absorption, rapid metabolism, inability to cross blood-brain barriers etc., as well. India, being a home of medicinal herbs and spices, need to explore these challenges in a technical perspective, so as to make the herbal garden of every house a back-yard of affordable medicines, which could augment the healthcare management system. Dr. H G Nagendra, MVITConvener Dr. Nagaveni, MLACWCoordinator Dr. U V Babu, Himalaya Drug Co.Member Dr. C Ganesh, UnileverMember Dr. Jyotsna, Raghavendra Biotechnologies Member Mr. Manish Thakur, Jubilant BiosysMember Mr. Upendra, NHCE Member Ms. Reshma, PESIT Member ADVISORS Dr. J Ramakrishna, Professor (Retd.) IISc Dr. T L Shanta, Director, MLACW ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

3 Day 1 : Friday 27 th March AM AM REGISTRATION AM AM INAUGURATION AM AM TECHNICAL TALK AM AM TEA BREAK AM PMTECHNICAL TALK PM – PMTECHNICAL TALK PM – 1.30PMLUNCH 1.30 PM PM Research Work Presentations by the Personnel from various colleges/institutes/industries in Bangalore 3.30PM – 5.00PMTea Break & Poster Presentations by Research Scholars Day 2: Saturday 28 th March AM AM TECHNICAL TALK AM AM TECHNICAL TALK AM – AMTEA BREAK AM PMTECHNICAL TALK PM – PMTECHNICAL TALK PM – 1.30 PMLUNCH 1.30 PM PM Interaction session with Experts - Panel Discussion on Possible Collaborative Research Projects 3.30PM – 4.00 PMTea Break 4.00 PM – 5.00PMFeed Back from Participants & Concluding Remarks Distribution of Certificates TENTATIVE SCHEDULE  Dr. Nagaveni, MLACW  Dr. H G Nagendra, SMVIT  Ms. Aruna, MLACW  Ms. Vanitha, Scintilla Academy REGISTRATION FORM CONTACTS


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