"For a good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit; neither doth a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. For every tree is known by his own fruit." [Luke 6:44]
S. N. Bose National Centre for Baisc Sciences completes three decades of its creation. Leaving out a few years as the start-up period, the S. N. Bose Centre, till date, has produced about 203 doctoral theses that have been awarded degrees from different universities. Many of our past students are now active researchers in the frontier areas of science. Training the young talents as budding scientists fulfils an important objective of the S. N. Bose Centre. As the spirit of the above Biblical quote reflects, so is the bond between the alumnus and the alma mater.
Strumming the note at the height of this spirit, the Centre opens the Alumni Page with new look. Suggestions to enrich this site are most welcome.
We are very happy to launch the “Alumni Forum” of S N Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences through this link. The Alumni plays an important role in helping to shape the future of an institute and contribute to building it to a world-class one. The Alumni acts as a “Global Base for Knowledge Collaboration,” and its action plan embraces a reinforcement of alumni networks, strengthening relationships and cooperation with the Centre. With the above vision, the Centre will organize the First “Alumni Day” on 10 February 2018.
There could not be a better time to launch this platform since the Centre will celebrate the 125th BirthAnniversary (BOSE-125) of the legendary physicist Prof. Satyendra Nath Bose throughout the year starting from 1st January 2018. The Centre befittingly chosen to bear the name of the colossal physicist will commemorate the occasion on 1st January 2018, which will include the release of a special cover, the release of a documentary film on Bose, the inauguration of a new Bose Archive & Museum and organizing the BOSE-125 public and distinguished lectures.
On behalf of the Centre, I cordially Invite you to attend the curtain raiser ceremony of BOSE-125 and first "Alumni Day".
Prof. Samit Kumar Ray