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( An Autonomous Institution of University Grants Commission, New Delhi )

University Campus, Khandwa Road, Indore, M.P., India











He offered a flavour of accelerator driven exposure dating for providing an insight that the data set can be used as a whole to gain valuable insight into regional and global paleoclimate dynamics from the perspective of dating uncertainties, which appear to be geographically and temporally unbiased.
After the Chief Guest's address, Dr. R J Choudhary, Scientist- UGC DAE CSR, Indore Centre, proposed vote of thanks. The function was attended by members of Scientific Advisory Committee, scientists and academicians from RRCAT, DAVV and other institutions and scientists and students of CSR. Prof. Pandey also visited different laboratories of the CSR Indore Centre and interacted with the research scholars.



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UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Indore celebrated its Annual Science Day on 15th February, 2020.  On this occasion, Prof. Avinash Chandra Pandey, Director, Inter University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi was the Chief Guest. The function started with Dr. A. Banerjee, Centre-Director, UGC-DAE CSR, Indore Centre, welcoming the guests. This was followed by the annual report presentation by Dr. A. K. Sinha, Director, UGC-DAE CSR, Indore. He informed the major achievements of the Consortium such as utilization and development of various facilities and its research activities, specifically the role of Consortium in providing the access to the big science facilities of the country to the University researchers. Dr. D. M. Phase introduced the Chief Guest to the gathering, highlighting his scientific achievementsand recognitions. Prof. Avinash Chandra Pandey on this occasion delivered an Annual Science Day Lecture on “Climate Change and Global Warming”. In his lecture he gave an overview ofthe science, ethics and sustainability issues in view of global warming due to climate change. He emphasized that the scientific community has been prolific in its dissemination of information on climate change to prevent further damage to the fragile atmosphere with a firm belief that action is required now.