National Science Day is being celebrated every 28th February, widely across the country. It is about important aspects of science that is used in our daily life.
History of Science Day:
In 1986, National council of science and technology communication has decided to discuss with the Government of India to nominate 28th February to be celebrated as National Science day, since then it is celebrated every year on this date. Mostly it’s being celebrated in schools, college, universities, scientific, technical, medical institutions etc.
Purpose of National Science Day:
You know that National Science day is celebrated every year on 28th February, but it is also very important for you to know the purpose of it. Well, you all have heard about Indian Scientist Sir Chandrasekhara Venkat Raman. In 1928 he discovered a phenomenon of scattering of photons and it was later known as “Raman Effect” which include his name. He got Nobel Prize after two year for this amazing discovery in 1930.
Major view of the celebration was to encourage the people and motivates them towards the importance of Science in daily life because science exist everywhere.
CV Raman Real Photos:
Poplar Tweet of #NationalScienceDay:
A day to celebrate the scientific fervour and technological achievements of our nation and a day to recognise the immense contribution of our pioneering and visionary scientists. #NationalScienceDay pic.twitter.com/OGrLN4uBeS— PIB India (@PIB_India) February 28, 2019
#NationalScienceDay is celebrated on Feb 28 every year to remember #NobelLaureate Sir C V Raman’s contribution to the field of science.— PIB India (@PIB_India) February 28, 2019
This day is also celebrated to commemorate the discovery of #RamanEffect by Sir C V Raman in 1928. pic.twitter.com/INrH4Ko8eM
On this day in 1928, C.V. Raman discovered what later became known as the Raman Effect. He was awarded the @NobelPrize for physics in 1930 in recognition of his work. In India, the 28th February is celebrated as #NationalScienceDay every year to commemorate his discovery. pic.twitter.com/3Qgw1Xg6Z3— Renishaw Raman (@RenishawRaman) February 28, 2019
The future belongs to the curious.— Google India (@GoogleIndia) February 28, 2019
This #NationalScienceDay, head to Google Science Fair to have a look at all the projects people have submitted, globally.
▶ https://t.co/mqLQtYhogu @googlescifair pic.twitter.com/RJLrPjC9PL