PM Modi Greets Science Lovers and Salutes Scientists on National Science Day

National Science Day

Story highlights

  • The Prime Minister also remembered Sir CV Raman
  • Physicist C.V Raman discovered the phenomenon of light scattering

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi saluted and greeted the scientists and science lovers on the occasion of National Science Day on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister Tweeted, “Greetings on #NationalScienceDay. I salute all science lovers and wish them the very best as they enhance their scientific zeal. India is extremely proud of our scientists. Had spoken about science during the #MannKiBaat last Sunday.”

In his 41st edition of the Mann Ki Baat programme on February 25, PM Modi paid tribute to eminent contributors in the field of science particularly physicist C.V Raman, on whose honour the day is observed, and congratulated “the entire scientific community.”

Prime Minister Modi also recalled other great scientists of the country who greatly contributed in the field of Mathematics, medicine, and science.

“In Mathematics, we have the glorious tradition of Baudhaya, Bhaskara, Brahmagupta and Aryabhatta. In the medical field, Sushruta and Charaka made us proud. In the field of science, Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose, Hargobind Khurana and Satyendra Nath Bose are the pride of India. Boson particles have even been named after Satyendra Nath Bose,” he said.

It was on this day that Raman discovered the phenomenon of light scattering and was also awarded Nobel Prize for this discovery which is popularly known as the ‘Raman effect’.

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(Inputs from ANI)


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