National Science Day 2013

National Science Day 2013
Rashtriya Vigyan Evam Sanchar Parishad Prodoyogiki (RVPSP) (National Council of Science Communication and Technology) of the Ministry of Science and Technology celebrates National Science Day (NSD) to popularize the benefits of scientific knowledge and ownership pratical.

Various activities are organized day as debates, quiz competitions, exhibitions, conferences, etc., in which students, students and teachers also participate.

Each year a different theme is chosen and all programs and activities are based on this theme.

The day is celebrated in honor of Nobel Laureate Sir CV Raman for his invention of the "Raman effect" February 28, 1928.

Entire nation takes the honor to thank all the scientists for their outstanding contributions and dedication to this event.

The day attracts many young minds and encourage students to take science as their career.

The celebration of this day include developing the skills of the country in the field of science.

Science has played a very important role in the transformation of society. The events of this day reminds the importance of science and inspire people of all ages working in the field of science, engineering and technology.

Sir CV Raman was honored with the Nobel Prize in Physics for the prestigious first country in 1930. This is why the National Science Day is of considerable importance for Indian science and the scientific community.

National Science Day is an opportunity to focus on issues related to the science of the scene. Activities organized on the occasion provide public face to face with issues of great concern. People interact with the Brotherhood of science for mutual benefit.

National Science Day is observed to spread the message of the importance of science and its application among the people and accelerate the pace of development. Science has contributed much to the welfare of humanity.


Raman or Raman scattering as it is popular known as inelastic scattering of a photon.

When the light is scattered by an atom or molecule, most photons are elastically scattered with almost the same energy (frequency) and wavelength of the incident photons. But a small fraction is scattered photon excitation. The frequency of the scattered photons is less than the frequency of the incident photons.

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