‘Our true treasure lies in intellect and physical strength. Challenges and obstacles should not deter us from our goal’. – Sir. C.V. Raman

The first Asian to receive a Nobel Prize in Physics and the man who explained why the sea looks blue – Sir C.V. Raman, an Indian physicist was born on 7 th November 1888. He is known for his work in the field of light scattering, also termed as the ‘Raman Effect’. He was also the director and founder of Raman Research Institute, Bengaluru.

His birthday is celebrated as science day and to mark this important day, a brief introduction was given to the students about his contribution to the field of science. A quiz was also conducted in the classes.