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Bhutan to host 7th International Science Congress
7th International Science Congress is going to be held on 8th and 9th December, 2017 at College of Science and Technology at Rinchending in Bhutan on the theme 'Strengthening Nations and Spreading Happiness'.

However, being a science congress, there are 21 hard science, technology and soft science areas in which the research papers have been invited to be shared as oral and poster presentations.

Among sciences, agricultural sciences, biological sciences, environmental sciences, chemical sciences, material sciences, mathematics, statistics, pharmaceutical sciences earth science, geology and physical sciences have been included.

In engineering, energy, architect and planning (civil, electrical, electronics, mechanical, fire, textile, CS etc), computer and information technology and other applied sciences like forensic, medical, dental and nursing will be covered during the conference.

In the areas of Social and humanity studies topics like anthropology, behavior, sociology, social work, psychology, economics, political science, geography, drawing, music, dance, philosophy, history, journalism, media, commerce, law and management, family, community and consumer and NGO.

Besides the foregoing, topics on physical education, sports, yoga, educational sciences, library sciences, language, literature and culture will be taken up.

In fact, currently, all knowledge areas are vying to become sciences by getting processed based with a lot of experimentation among them.

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