|Abstract submission open||March 15,2016|
|Last date of Abstract submission||MAY 31, 2016|
|Abstract acceptance date||June 5, 2016|
|Last date for Registration||June 10, 2016|
|CRSI-GDCh Angewandte Symposium||July 13, 2016|
|CRSI-NSC 19||July 14-16, 2016|
CRSI was established in 1999 as part of the 50th Anniversary of the Country's Independence. Currently, the CRSI represents around 2000 lifetime members, who participate in the study, practice, teaching and promotion of chemistry. The main objectives of the CRSI are to recognize, promote and foster talent in chemistry and chemical sciences and to improve the quality of chemical education at all levels. The CRSI organizes conferences, seminars, workshops, symposia and other related programmes to facilitate and promote research in all branches of chemistry.
|Immediate Past President||S. Chandrasekaran|
|Founder – President||C.N.R. Rao|
|Vice-Presidents||T.K. Chandrashekar, S. Goswami, U. Maitra, Vinod K. Singh|
|Secretary General||G. Mugesh|
|Jt. Secretaries||S. Bhattacharya, D. D. Dhavale, K.K. Ghosh, R. Ramaraj|
|Jt. Treasurer||P. Gautam|
Darjeeling is one of the prettiest hill stations in India located in northern part of West Bengal. It's all about magnificent views of snowcapped Kanchenjunga, torrents flowing down the mountain slopes, lovely tea gardens, landscapes with firs, pines & ferns, and all that combined with friendly people and modern yet colonial charm. Darjeeling, also fondly known as the "Queen of hill stations", is nestled in the Himalayas and is famous for its tea production and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railways, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.