At the booking windows there was a great rush and every man and to purchase the ticket first.We requested a gentleman to purchase our tickets also because he was tenth or eleventh in the queue. First of all, we saw a fountain just in front of the gate and it was foaming. stall and saw a man, who appeared to be just like a magician. He converted the sound waves produced by a gramophone into the light waves and focused die light- waves somewhere.
The celebration also includes public speech, radio-TV talk shows, exhibitions of science movie, science exhibition based on themes and concepts, watching night sky, live projects and researches demonstration, debates, quiz competitions, lectures, science models exhibitions and many more activities.
It is celebrated every year with immense passion at the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (also called GMRT) at Khodad which is a worldwide famous telescope getting operated at low radio frequencies by the NCRA (National Centre for Radio Astrophysics) established by the TIFR (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research).
It is celebrated every year by students, teachers, scientists and researchers in all the schools, colleges, universities, educational institution including scientific, academic, medical, technical and research institutions of India.
On the first celebration ceremony of the National Science Day in India, the National Council for Science and Technology Communication had declared the institution of the National Science Popularization awards in order to recognize an excellent and wonderful endeavor in the field of science communication and popularization.
Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman had worked from 1907 to 1933 at the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, West Bengal in India during which he had researched on many topics of the Physics from which the Raman Effect (effect on scattering of light when passing through different materials) became his great success and discovery which has been marked in the Indian history.
For his big invention he was honored through the various Indian awards including the Nobel Prize in the year 1930.The honoring was done during a program organised on National Science Day by the Ministry of Science of Technology on 28 of February, 1928 was the great day in India when an invention in the field of Indian science was completed by the famous Indian physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman.He was a Tamil Brahmin and first one in the science, who had researched such invention in India.Variety of activities is organized by the NCRA and GMRT at the ceremony of national science day celebration in order to recognize their leading research activities in the field of radio astronomy and astrophysics.Variety of programmes is also held for the common public and student community to popularize the science and technology in the country.This event celebration has provided a real platform for various new comer scientists to fix their feet and bright their career in the science profession.National science day is celebrated as one of the main science festivals in India every year during which students of the schools and colleges demonstrates various science projects as well as national and state science institutions demonstrates their latest researches.Various university and colleges also celebrated National Science Day by various events and programs.JSSST University, Mysore organized a series of events comprising of exhibitions, seminars, discussions and workshops.To commemorate and honor this event always in the future, 28 of February was asked to the Indian Government to designate as a National Science Day in India by the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC) in the year 1986.From then, the national science day was started celebrating all across the India as a great event in the field of Indian science.