National Conference on

“Role of Chemists in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals”

The Institute of Chemistry Ceylon has organized a National Conference under the theme of “The Role of Chemists in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals” on 1st, 2nd, 5th and 9th June 2023 to be held at the Hector Kobbekaduwa Agrarian Research and Training Institute (HARTI), Colombo 07.

The conference consists of 4 Theme Seminars covering four Sustainable Development Goals namely, Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-being, Quality Education and Responsible Consumption and Production. 

The event will bring a common platform to share valuable experiences and knowledge of several eminent Chemists, University Academics, and Industrialists, as well as the representatives of relevant Ministries, Departments and other Statutory organizations on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) proclaimed by the UN. The Keynote addresses will be delivered each day by eminent personnel while the representatives of the Sustainable Development Council of Sri Lanka will elaborate on the SDGs. A series of guest lectures will be conducted by specialists on each defined subject, followed by panel discussions.

Detailed Programmes


Policymakers, research scientists, educators and experts in 4 areas namely, Food and Nutrition, Health and Wellness, Education and Industrial Development will contribute as resource persons in this 4-day national conference under the theme of “Role of Chemist in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals”.

Registration Fee

(per day)     

Undergraduate Students    Rs. 1,000/-              IChemC Members      Rs. 3,000/-                   Non-Members Rs. 5,000/- 

(all 4 days)   

Undergraduate Students    Rs. 3,000/-              IChemC Members      Rs. 9,000/-                   Non-Members Rs. 15,000/-

Payment to be made to the Institute of Chemistry Ceylon A/C no 100261004246 Sampath Bank (Pettah Branch)

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Application Form

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