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Appeal to Subscribe to The Journal of The Indian Chemical Society Celebration of the 160th Birth Anniversary of Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray by the Indian Chemical Society, Kolkata
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The Indian Chemical Society, a premier Scientific Society of India, was founded in 1924, as National Forum for the community of chemists and members of allied disciplines in the country. The driving force behind its establishment was the nationalistic spirit prevailing in India under British rule. J. N. Mukherjee, J.C. Ghosh and S.S. Bhatnagar while carrying out their research work in the University College, London in 1919 for the D.Sc. Degree, took a decision that after coming back to India their endeavor would be to establish a Chemical Society like the Chemical Society of London.
We are happy to inform that Professor Animesh Chakravorty, Honorary Fellow of the Indian Chemical Society and Emeritus Professor at the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, has been awarded the Tata Chemicals Distinguished Emeritus Professorship in Inorganic Chemistry for a period of two years by the Tata Chemicals Limited on the occasion of their Platinum Jubilee Year.
The Indian Chemical Society has provision for the following classes of membership:
President Of The Indian Chemical Society
I am immensely pleased to be given the honour of being the President of the Indian Chemical Society (ICS). I thank all most profusely for your faith in me based on track record. I am fully aware that there are a lot of expectations from me. We should be proud of the ICS and its legacy. I pledge to make the ICS as one of the most vibrant societies in India.