Fifth International Conference ‘Science and Scientist – 2017 [August 18-19, 2017]
Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Institute, Bangalore in collaboration with the Nepal Academy for Science and Technology (NAST), Nepal Academy, Central Department of Biotechnology, Tribhuvan University, and Kathmandu University are organizing the ‘Fifth International conference ‘Science and Scientist – 2017’ during August 17 – 18, 2017 at Nepal Pragya Pratisthan, Kamaladi – Kathmandu, Nepal. This conference will be organized under the chairmanship of Sripad Bhakti Madhava Puri Maharaja, Ph.D. (Serving Director, Bhakti Vedanta Institute of Spiritual Culture and Science, Princeton, NJ, USA). Conference details can be found at: www.scsiscs.org/conference/scienceandscientist/2017
Conference Registration details
The registration details have been given at the conference webpage:
The last date for early registration is July 10, 2017.
Paper submissions closes: July 2, 2017
Registration closes: July 10, 2017
Kathmandu is well connected by air. Buses are also available from Delhi, Varanasi, Raxaul, Siliguri, Sunauli (Bhairava), Nepalgunj (near Lucknow). Kathmandu climatic condition during August: Temperature 18 – 28 0C. Accommodation facility will be arranged for all registered delegates arriving from outside Kathmandu valley. Indian delegates do not need VISA. However, they have to carry authentic identity proof.
Technical Paper Submission and Proceedings of Science and Scientist – 2017
The organizers invite submission of articles within 5000 words and after a review process the author of selected articles will be intimated for presentation (for those international delegates who cannot come physically to the conference venue an online presentation facility is also arranged) in the conference. All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of Science and Scientist – 2017. The last date for article submission is 2nd July, 2017.
Please submit your article online at the submissions link given in the conference webpage.
‘Science and Scientist – 2017’ aims at highlighting the fact that modern scientific research and development seem to be leading to a detente between science and the more spiritual ideas of soul and God as found in all world religions. The progress of science continues to leave behind old and outworn ideas and embrace more comprehensive ones that may more adequately express life and its origin. The Spiritual concepts can help modern science to explore the reality of a spiritual conscious self as the foundation of life and all the questions of origin of life and evolution should be viewed from a more spiritual concept. To judge good and bad by our self-centered perspectives will not bring us closer to Truth but entangle us further in the misconception of separate interest.