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Indian Science Congress Sessions


Indian Science Congress Sessions Locations

Indian Science Congress Sessions Locations
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Indian Science Congress Association is an annual meet up of the research workers in India for the development and promotion of science in India. The meeting is held in any one of the Indian cities and some of the very significant decisions pertaining to the promotion of science in the country are taken at the Indian Science Congress Association. It was a brain child of two British chemists Professor J. L. Simonsen and Professor P.S. MacMahon.

The Indian Science Congress Association was held for the first time in the year 1914 in Asiatic Society Kolkata (Calcutta previously). 105 scientists from different parts of the country attended the event and a total of 35 papers were read. At present ISCA has more than 10,000 members and more than 1000 papers are read at the event.

The Indian Science Congress Association will hold its 99th session from 4th January 2012 to 7th January 2012. Nobel Laureates Dr. Rolf M. Zinkernagel, Dr. Kurt Wuthrich and Dr. Richard R. Ernst will grace the occasion and prove a great help to the amateurs. Indian Science Congress Association also organizes exhibitions through which emergence of India as a new centre of scientific interest is portrayed. The event will be held in the city of Bhubaneshwar. The president of the Indian Science Congress this year will be Professor Geetha Bali and the title of presidential address this year will be "Science and Technology for Inclusive Innovation-Role of Women." Numerous journals are also published giving account of the events at the Indian Science Congress Association.



Last Updated on : 05 January 2012

Past ISCA Sessions Details



Session Year Place President Title / Theme
1st1914CalcuttaHon. Justice Sir Asutosh MookerjeeAbout Science Congress
2nd1915MadrasHon. Surgeon-General W.B.BannermannThe Importance of Knowledge of Biology of Medical, Sanitary and Scientific Men Working in the Tropics
3rd1916LucknowColonel Sir Sidney G.BurrardThe Plains of Northern India and their Relationship to the Himalayan Mountains
4th1917BangaloreSir Alfred Gibbs BourneOn Scientific Rescarch
5th1918LahoreGilbert T.WalkerOn Teaching of Science
6th1919BombayLt. Colonel Sir Leonard RogersResearches on Cholera
7th1920NagpurAcharya Prafulla Chandra RayDawn of Science in Modern India
8th1921CalcuttaSir Rajendra Nath MukherjeeOn Science and Industry
9th1922MadrasMr. C.S.MiddlemissRelativity
10th1923LucknowSir M.VisvesvarayaScientific Institutions and Scientists
11th1924BangaloreDr.N.AnnandalaEvolution Convergent and Divergent
12th1925BanarasDr.M.O.ForsterOn Experimental Training
13th1926BombayMr.Albert HowardAgriculture and Science
14th1927LahoreSir J.C.BoseThe Unity of Life
15th1928CalcuttaDr.J.L.SimonsenOn Chemistry of Natural Products
16th1929MadrasProfessor C.V.RamanOn Raman Effect
17th1930AllahabadCol S.R.CristopherThe Science and Disease
18th1931NagpurLt.Col.R.B.Seymour SewellThe Problem of Evolution Experimental Modification of Bodily Structure
19th1932BangaloreRai Bahadur Lal Shiv Ram KashayapSome Aspects of the Alpine Vegetation of the Himalaya and Tibet
20th1933PatnaSir Lewis L. FermorThe Place of Geology in the life of a Nation
21st1934BombayProfessor M.N.SahaFundamental Cosmological Problems
22nd1935CalcuttaDr.J.H.HuttonAnthropology and India
23rd1936IndoreSir U.N.BrahmachariThe Rold of Science in the Recent Progress of Medicine
24th1937HyderabadRao Bahadur T.S.VenkatramanThe Indian Village - Its Past, Present and Future
25th1938CalcuttaSir James Jeans (Lord Rutherford of Nelson died prematurely)Researches in India and in Great Britain
26th1939LahoreProfessor J.C.GhoshOn Research in Chemistry in India
27th1940MadrasProfessor B.SahniThe Decean Traps : An Episode of the Tertiary Era
28th1941BanarasSir Ardesir DalalScience and Industry
29th1942BarodaDr.D.N.WadiaThe Making of India
30th1943CalcuttaDr.D.N.WadiaMinerals'Share in the War
31st1944DelhiProfessor S.N.BoseThe Classical Determinism and the Quantum Theory
32nd1945NagpurSir Shanti S.BhatnagarGive science a Chance
33rd1946BangaloreProfessos M.Afzal HusainThe Food Problem of India
34th1947DelhiPandit Jawaharlal NehruScience in the Service of the Nation
35th1948PatnaColonel Sir Ram Nath ChopraRationalisation of Medicine in India
36th1949AllahabadSir K.S.Krishnan-
37th1950PoonaProfessor P.C.MahalanobisWhy Statistics
38th1951BangaloreDr.H.J.BhabhaThe Present Concept of the Physical World
39th1952CalcuttaDr.J.N.MukherjeeScience and Our Problems
40th1953LucknowDr. D.M. BoseThe Living and the Non-living
41st1954HyderabadDr.S.L.HoraGive Scientists a Chance
42nd1955BarodaProfessor S.K.MitraScience and Progress
43rd1956AgraDr.M.S.KrishnanMineral Resources and Their Problems
44th1957CalcuttaDr.B.C.RoyOn Science for Human Welfare and Development of the Country
45th1958MadrasProfessor M.S. ThackerGrammar of Scientific Development
46th1959DelhiDr. A.L. MudaliarTribute to Basic Sciences
47th1960BombayProfessor P.ParijaImpact of Society on Science
48th1961RoorkeeProfessor N.R.DharNitrogen Problem
49th1962CuttackDr.B.MukherjiImpact of Life Sciences on Man
50th1963DelhiProfessor D.S.KothariScience and the Universities
51st & 52nd1964 & 1965CalcuttaProfessor Humayun KabirScience and the State in India
53rd1966ChandigarhProfessor B.N.PrasadScience in India
54th1967HyderabadProfessor T.R.SeshadriScience and National Welfare
55th1968VaranasiDr.Atma RamScience in India - Some Aspects
56th1969BombayDr.A.C.Josi (Prof.A.C.Banerjee died prematurely)A Breathing Spell : Plant sciences in Service of Man
57th1970KharagpurDr.L.C.VermanStandardization : A Triple Point Discipline
58th1971BangaloreDr.B.P.PalAgricultural Science and Human Welfare
59th1972CalcuttaProfessor W.D.WestGeology in the Service of India
60th1973ChandigarhDr.S.BhagavantamSixty Years of Science in India
61st1974NagpurProfessor R.S.MishraMathematics - Queen or Handmai
62nd1975DelhiProfessor (Mrs.) Asima ChatterjeeScience and Technology in India : Present and Future
63rd1976WaltairDr.M.S.SwaminathanScience and Integrated Rural Development
64th1977BhubaneswarDr.H.N.SethnaSurvey, Conservation and Utilisation Resources
65th1978AhmedabadDr.S.M.SircarScience Education and Rural Development
66th1979HyderabadProfessor R.C.MehrotraScience and Technology in India During the Coming Decade(s)
67th1980JadavpurProfessor A.K.SahaEnergy Strategies for India
68th1981VaranasiProfessor A.K.SharmaImpact of the Development of Science and Technology on Environment
69th1982MysoreProfessor M.G.K. MenonBasic Research as an Integral Component of Self-reliant Base of Science and Technology
70th1983TirupatiProfessor B.Ramachandra RaoMan and the Ocean -Resource and Development
71st1984RanchiProfessor R.P.BambahQuality Science in India -Ends and Means
72nd1985LucknowProfessor A.S.PaintalHigh Altitude Studies
73rd1986DelhiDr.T.N.KhoshooRole of Science and Technology in Environmental Management
74th1987BangaloreProfessor (Mrs.) Archana SharmaResources and Human Well-being-Inputs from Science and Technology
75th1988PuneProfessor C.N.R.RaoFrontiers in Science & Technology
76th1989MaduraiDr.A.P.MitraScience & Technology in India : Technology Missions
77th1990CochinProfessor Yash PalScience in Society
78th1991IndoreProfessor D.K.SinhaCoping with Natural Disaster : An Integrated Approach
79th1992BarodaDr.Vasant GowarikerScience, Population and Development
80th1993GoaDr.S.Z.QasimScience and Quality of Life
81st1994JaipurProfessor P.N.ShrivastavaScience in India : Excellence and Accountability
82nd1995CalcuttaDr.S.C.PakrashiScience, Technology and Industrial Development in India
83rd1996PatialaProfessor U.R.RaoScience and Technology for Achieving Food, Economic and Healthy Security
84th1997DelhiDr.S.K.JoshiFrontiers in Science & Engineering and Their Relevance to National Development
85th1998HyderabadProfessor P.Rama RaoScience & Technology in Independent India : Retrospect and Prospect
86th1999ChennaiDr. (Mrs.) Manju SharmaNew Bioscience: Opportunities and Challenges as we Move into the Next Millennium
87th2000PuneDr. R.A. MashelkarIndian S & T into the Next Millennium.
88th2001DelhiDr. R.S. ParodaFood, Nutrition and Environmental Security
89th2002LucknowProfessor S.S.KatiyarHealth Care, Education and Information Technology
90th2003BangaloreDr. K. KasturiranganFrontier Science and Cutting-Edge Technologies
91st2004ChandigarhProfessor Asis DuttaScience and Society in the Twenty First Century : Quest for Excellence
92nd2005AhmedabadProfessor N.K. GangulyHealth Technology as Fulcrum of Development for the Nation
93rd2006HyderabadDr. I.V. Subba RaoIntegrated Rural Development : Science and Technology
94th2007AnnamalainagarDr. Harsh GuptaPlanet Earth
95th2008VisakhapatnamProfessor Ramamurthi RallapalliKnowledge Based Society Using Environmentally Sustainable Science And Technology
96th2009ShillongDr. T. RamasamiScience Education and Attraction of Talent for Excellence in Research
97th2010ThiruvananthapuramDr. G. Madhavan NairScience and Technology challenges of 21st Century -National perspective
98th2011ChennaiProf. K. C. PandeyQuality Education & Excellence in Science Research in India Universities
99th2012Bhubaneshwar-Science and Technology For Inclusive Innovation Role of Women


 

     


     

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