National Science Day 2021: Science plays a vital role in our daily lives. In the modern world we cannot imagine life without science. Governing this world .. leading it ..
National Science Day 2021: Science plays a vital role in our daily lives. In the modern world we cannot imagine life without science. Everyone knows that science is the only thing that rules this world. To mark the immense services rendered by Sir CV Raman in Physics .. National Science Day on 28th February is becoming a tradition. The main reason for organizing Science Day is that the Raman effect was discovered on 28 February 1928 by the Indian scientist CV Raman. The day is celebrated as National Science Day in the country.
The main purpose of the National Science Day is to highlight the importance of science, especially in daily life. Encouraging students and youth in terms of technical education, skills development and future advances in science. It is also customary to hold a National Science Day to commemorate the services rendered by Sir CV Raman.
Since when ..?
In 1986, the National Council for Science and Technology Communication asked the then Central Government to mark the day of the discovery of the Raman effect as National Science Day, in recognition of Siviraman’s services in physics. As part of this, Raman has been celebrating National Science Day since February 28, 1987, in recognition of his services.
Raman Education ..
Sir CV Raman .. was born on 7 November 1888 to Chandrasekhar Iyer and Parvati Ammal in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu. Raman completed his primary education in Visakhapatnam. He was interested in science from an early age. Raman’s father was also a physics teacher, and he became even more curious about it, completing his 12th year of matriculation and winning a Gold Medal in Physics. After that he completed his Masters degree in Physics from the University of Madras and became the first person to win a Gold Medal in that subject.
Many awards, including the Nobel.
The Raman effect was discovered on February 28, 1928. Raman was honored by the British government with the title of Knighthood in 1929, as evidenced by the Raman effect that light changes its nature when transmitted through transparent solid, liquid, and gaseous substances. The research was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics by the Royal Swedish Academy in 1930. In addition, the Government of India announced the Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest award in 1954. CV Raman, who worked for the development of science until the end, died on November 21, 1970.