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Nagaland facing acute shortage of chemists: Nukhu
Correspondent KOHIMA, FEB 28 (NPN):
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Published on 1 Mar. 2011 12:38 AM IST
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Advisor science and technology, NRE and Art and Culture, Deo Nukhu on Monday said that Nagaland was facing acute shortage of chemists and underlined the need for more science students specializing in preservation, food processing etc.
Speaking on the occasion of National Science Day 2011, Nukhu said Nagaland was progressing in horticulture producing modern food products which needed proper scientific preservation in various forms. He said there was acute shortage of manpower in food preservation and encouraged the students gathered to take up food technology and preservation and related research works.
The science day was commemorated in the form of a seminar on the theme “chemistry in our lives” for school students held at LCS building Kohima. Nukhu also encouraged students to go for civil engineering line which he said was short in the state, particularly those specializing in structure engineer. He said that many state proposals were being carried out haphazardly without proper technical designs which later face inconvenience.
Further, Nukhu urged the students to propagate about the importance of science and technology. He encouraged them to form science societies with certain vision to achieve in the field of science and technology. Resource person for the seminar, Dr. T. Tiakaba Jamir, assistant professor, Kohima Science College gave the thematic presentation. He presented an overall study on chemistry in daily life of men.
The programme was followed by an interaction. Students from various schools participated in the seminar.

 
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