The 28th February is celebrated as a National Science Day in India every year, in honor of our Indian Scientist, Sir C.V. Raman, who invented the famous Raman Effect. The discovery by
C.V. Raman brought him the Nobel Prize in 1930, the first time for an Indian. Also, the Raman Effect was honored with the rank of being a National Historic Chemical Landmark by the American Chemical Society on 15 December 1998. It got designated as an International Historic Chemical Landmark in the year 2013 on the National Science Day.
The entire nation celebrates the National Science Day as a science festival by organizing science exhibitions, workshops, seminars, symposiums, and many more activities. The aim to celebrate theday with great enthusiasm is to impart scientific temper in the minds of people of all age groups. Events are organized in educational institutes as well as research centers involving experts, learners, and scientists. The Department of Science & Technology (DST)hasbeenselectingthemesforobservingNationalScienceDayevery year. Accordingly, the Ministry of Science & Technology conveyed that the theme selected for the National Science Day 2022 is "Integrated approach in science and technology for a sustainable future”, to memorialize, understand, and acknowledge the inventions in science and technology and its role to charter the way forward.
This year, MUIS planned to celebrate this day jointly with Ganpat Vidylaya at the state-level through various scientific activities. This year we have divided it into two categories: (i) ScienceCompetitions:Quiz,Rangoli,PosterPresentation,HealthyFoodCompetition,SciToon (Science cartoon with slogan), Working Model Presentation, and Non-working model Presentation(ii)DistinguishedLectureandExpertTalkwithDemonstrationofSciencemodels. The Science competitions were held at the B.Sc. building of MUIS, GUNI on 28-02-2022 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, whereas Distinguished Lecture and Expert Talk, along with the Prize distribution ceremony were held at the New MBA Auditorium Hall from 1:00 PM onward.