On the 7th of November, the Department of English and Physics organized the birth anniversary of one of the most prominent Indian scientists in history, Dr. C . V. Raman. Our dear VC Sir, took the initiative to throw some light on his illustrious career. Sir enunciated about the light scattering for which Raman won the Nobel Prize for Physics and also shared the facts behind the Raman Effect. Later on, Dean Sir, Prof. J. N. Mathur and Proctor Sir, Dr. Manvijay Singh also revealed some interesting facts about C.V. Raman. Subsequently, Mr. Jay Prakash Dubey, Assistant Professor, Physics Department, presented a presentation and a demonstration was also presented by Mr. Shubhendra Gupta, Assistant Professor, Physics Department, on the light scattering. Therefore, the whole event was productive for the students and it seemed like that he is giving his sincere advice to aspiring scientists that “scientific research needed independent thinking and hard work, not equipment.”
The programme was anchored by Mr. Saikat Banerjee, Assistant Professor, English Department.