Sir C.V.Raman 'Young Genius' Awards'

In retrospection to the theory “scattering of light”; we usually come across “Raman Effect” an eponym for Noble prize Laureate Sir Chandrashekara Venkata Raman, the first Indian scholar who studied wholly in India to receive the Nobel Prize for his pioneering work on scattering of light in physics in 1930. Laureate well known for his innate talent, distinct scholarliness, meticulous research, undisturbed concentration and an endowed professorship, had inspired us to institute Sir C.V. Raman ‘Young Genius’ Awards for young students to polish their inner talent.

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