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રાષ્ટ્રીય વિજ્ઞાન દિવસ વિશેષ વીડિયો +ક્વિઝ | Science Day

National Science Day (English: National Science Day) National Science and Technology Council (National

Science and Technology Council) and Science and Technology (India Science and Technology) Of Science and Technology), is celebrated every year on February 8 in India under the auspices of the Government of India [1]. On February 8, Sir C. V. His discovery was announced by Raman. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 190 for this discovery.

The main objective of National Science Day is to attract and encourage young students towards science and to keep the general public aware of science and scientific achievements. On this day programs related to various scientific activities are conducted at all science institutes, such as national and other science laboratories, science academies, schools and colleges and training institutes. Important events include speeches, essays, writing, science quizzes, science demonstrations, seminars and symposia of scientists. National and other awards are also announced for outstanding contributions in the field of science. Special awards are also held to increase the popularity of science.

The 9th of February is considered important for the entire country, especially in the world of science. On February 9, 19, Dr. Chandrasekhar Venkataram (Sir CV Raman) completed the discovery of the Raman effect. In his memory, this day is celebrated as 'National Science Day'.He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 190 for this invaluable discovery. Science Heritage Raman's father Chandrasekhar also graduated in physics. Thus, the child Venkat inherited physics from an early age. A talented scientist was born in our country. He astonished the world with 6 publications during his lifetime.

He has invaluable contributions in matters like sound, light, color, minerals, colors of flowers. Sir C.V. was born on November 9, 19 in a Hindu, Brahmin family in the state of Tamil Nadu, Tiruchirappalli in the southern part of India. Raman was born. Studies and Experiments At the young age of eleven, Ram passed the matriculation examination first. For further studies he joined the famous Presidency College, Chennai in the year 1908. Elliott was a professor of English at the college. As soon as he saw this little student, he said, "Baba, how old are you?" In 1908, Raman passed the B.Sc. Also got a gold medal for this. It was here that he started studying for his M.Sc with his favorite subject Physics. In addition to his studies, 

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he was automatically experimenting in college. As a result of these experiments, he researched the diffraction of light. He also found success in this. Ram wrote an article based on this discovery and sent it to be published in a London research journal. This article was accepted and published in the November 1908 issue. Ram then experimented with three-sided glass. Rather than experiment, he discovered a special kind of light. In this way Rama achieved many more than experimenting.

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