Celebrating National Science Day

February 28th, 2023

National Science Day is celebrated every year on the 28th of February to celebrate the discovery of the Raman Effect by physicist Sir C.V. Raman in 1930. It’s a day to honour and recognize the wonders of science education. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the ways that we can celebrate National Science Day and understand the importance of science education. So, let’s dive in and explore the wonders of science!

The History of National Science Day in India

National Science Day in India marks the discovery of Raman Effect by Indian physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman on 28th February 1928. The day is celebrated to commemorate this event as a tribute to Sir CV Raman’s remarkable achievement, which won him Nobel Award in 1930. Activities such as lectures, seminars and symposiums are held across the country to encourage the students to pursue careers in science and to make them aware of the latest researches in science. Nobel Laureates are also invited to deliver lectures to take this event to greater heights and motivate the students to innovate. Celebrating National Science Day reminds us of the potential of scientific achievements and how it can benefit humanity and society at large.

Exploring the Wonders of Science Education:

National Science Day in India is an important celebration that highlights the importance of science education, allowing us to explore the wonders of science and its applications.  Today, people take this day to recognize the contributions of Indian scientists and their success at the international level. It’s also an opportunity for students to recognize and explore the accomplishments of Nobel Award winners from India and how their work has impacted our lives. National Science Day is an opportunity to remind us all about the importance of science in our lives and a chance for us to appreciate its beauty and potential.

From technological advancements to medical breakthroughs, exploring the wonders of science education can spark innovative thinking and bring new potential to our world Furthermore, National Science Day in India gives us a moment to recognize the Nobel Award-winning researchers and scientists whose discoveries have shed light on the world around us. It also serves as an important reminder that science and technology are crucial for improving quality of life and can bring about transformative changes. Celebrating National Science Day helps us to remember how far we have come and how far we can still go with scientific exploration.

National Science Day is a great opportunity to celebrate the wonders of science and its power to transform our lives. It’s important to recognise the importance of science in our daily lives and encourage the next generation to explore the wonders of science education. 

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  • February is one of the most interesting months of the year, filled with celebrations and traditions from around the globe. Here are some interesting facts about February you may not have known before.
  • February is the only month in the year with fewer than 30 days? With only 28 days or 29 on leap years, February is the shortest month of the year.
  • February is named after the Latin word “februare” which means “to purify”. This month has a long history of being a time for cleansing and purification rituals in many cultures around the world.
  • The birthstone for February is amethyst, a purple stone that is believed to promote sobriety and clarity of mind. It was also believed to give strength and courage to those who wear it.
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  • February is known as National Bird-Feeding Month ( USA)as birds prepare for their migration in late winter. Many species of birds leave their habitats to travel south for warmer temperatures during this time of year.
  • February 2nd, Groundhog Day, is widely celebrated in many parts of North America. This tradition dates back to 1887 and involves watching for a groundhog to come out of its burrow and predict the weather for the rest of winter.
  • Feb 1st, Union Budget is presented in India. Indian Coast Guard Day is celebrated.
  • 2nd Feb, World Wetlands Day is celebrated.World Wetlands Day isto bring attention to the importance of wetlands.
    The day marks the anniversary of the adoption of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands in the Iranian city of Ramsar in 1971.
  • 4 th Feb, World Cancer Day. This day is also significant in American history, as it marks Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. He, of course, is well known for his time as President and leading the country through the Civil War. He was also known for his strong moral stance on slavery and equality – something we should continue to strive for even today.
  • 10 th Feb, National Deworming Day, observed to to make every child worm-free in India. World Pulses Day is also celebrated.

  • Feb 13th, Sarojini Naidu also known as ‘Nightingale of India’ was born on February 13th in the year 1879.
  • February 14th is Valentine’s Day, a day dedicated to showing love and appreciation towards those you care about. This holiday is celebrated in many countries across the world and dates back at least as far as the 5th century.
  • February 19th, Chhatrapati Shivaji Jayanti, also known as Shiv Jayanti, is an annual day of celebration in India to commemorate the birth of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Shivaji Maharaj was a great Maratha leader and warrior king who founded the Maratha Empire in. He was an influential 17th century ruler and is remembered for his courage, bravery and leadership skills. Shivaji Jayanti is celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm in many parts of India, especially in Maharashtra. On this day, various events are held to remember the brave king including processions, cultural programs, plays and other activities.
  • The month of February also has an extra day every four years due to a quirk in the Gregorian calendar. This extra day, which happens on February 29th of leap years, is called Leap Day and has become a day devoted to things that are out of the ordinary or unexpected.
  • If your are born on 29th February, you can celebrate only once in every four years.
  • No matter what day it is in February, it’s always sure to be an interesting month thanks to its many unique celebrations and traditions from all around the world.


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Consistency plays a major role in being productive. Most of the people who are average in studies, work related skills, out perform those brilliant people or toppers at the end because of their consistency.

Whatever you do , do it consistently and add skill to it. There should be betterment in your work. We learn many new things and tricks on how to do it easily or in a better way when we get experience.

Health is another major factor for being productive. If you are healthy, you would have more energy and enthusiasm to work for longer hours and the time to fret on your ailments and visits to hospitals gets reduced. So, give ample time for yourself to get good health.

Take frequent breaks from work routine:
Whatever we do, we feel it monotonous over time, and the flat plateau of our productive graphs in at one level. Taking breaks, changing the pattern of work gives some relief and energy to restart pir work. Add creativity to your work, and the urge to be creative makes you a tireless warrior.

Have targets:
When we achieve targets we would be elated and pur joy is limitless. If we fix some deadlines or targets for our work, that builds a road map at micro level and we can finish of work in the stipulated time and maximise out potential.

Gift your self :

Whenever you achieve a deadline or target, gift yourself with a small present like a delicious lunch, an outing or a gadget, a movie etc. It need not be a costlier one, but enough to keep you motivated. If you want to change your mobile handset or buy a laptop, wait till you reach certain higher level goal. The urge to get a new thing and restricting yourself for work would work wonders.

Learn new things:
Learning is what makes successful people away from ordinary people. One can learn at every stage of our life. Just explore the vistas in you work area and try to incorporate those techniques and tactics, which would give you an edge over others and you will exceed others in productivity.

Wish you amazing success in the year 2023.


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The greatest dilemma one has before giving an exam is always, where to start with our preparation for the examination. The JNV – PGT & TGT written exam is scheduled and the syllabus looks very wide. As expected, it isn’t an easy task. So, let’s go step wise to know how to start our preparation.

Section A – Reading Comprehension. It is the ability to comprehend, analyse and interpret unseen texts. This part can’t be completed in a week’s days or a month’s days. It requires great concentration, presence of mind. Reading shouldn’t be done quickly or in a hurry. In any exam skimming the passage for specific information, kills time. Don’t read the text several times, instead read the passage in the first time with reasonable speed and underline the new expressions or the expressions which are striking. It is usually preferrable to attempt the reading comprehension at the end of the exam at your pace.  Run your fingers through the passage while reading, it improves the concentration and dismisses the mind from being wavered.

Section B – Just like reading comprehension, writing too requires practice. Give more importance to the format of the writing skills, key words and expressions. As Bacon says “Reading maketh a full man”. Such important skill needs a lot of concentration and application. Understanding the content and applying the knowledge needs focus and years of practice.

Section C- Grammar and Usage. It is obvious that functional grammar is very helpful than the structural grammar. As one prepares for the exam in English, one reads several novels and stories. Biographies and texts usually give practical knowledge, even then having understanding about the Parts of Speech, Figures of Speech, structures and syntax is a must. In the written exam for TGT (subjective) in the year 2012, there was a question as,

Identify the parts of the speech of the underlined words in the sentences given below.

  1. The child is fast asleep.
  2. The train runs very fast.
  3. Sita is in fasting today.
  4. Fasting and Feasting is a novel by Anita Desai.

Although the question paper isn’t subjective, there is every possibility for such questions to be seen. Thorough knowledge of grammar is a must when a candidate applies for the position of English PGT/TGT.

Section D – The most crucial section which decides the destiny is the literature section. The syllabus is vast, there are many things to remember. In reading and writing skills the application part takes the prominent position but in Literature, it is the identification of the characters. There isn’t much to understand. For example, you read all the novels of RK Narayan and understood every story and enjoyed the literature (this is the prime moto of any story) but the questions in the exam checks your identification. “Who is the speaker in the above lines” is the question, one must remember the characters of the stories. Is it Ramani, in ‘The Dark Room’ or Krishna in ‘The English Teacher’, if the candidates fails to recall the protagonists or the characters then years of reading the novels turns to be of no use. So, presence of mind and careful analysis is important in deciphering the answers.

It is said that half preparation is done the very day when one acquires the study material. Instead of preparing the content with the help of practice papers, one must first know the contents of the literature, then practice with the test papers. Different publication books on UGC-NET/SET/JRF English Literature are handy in the preparation for PGT/TGT. Many different publications are available in the market, like ‘Toppers Notes, Bookhive, Barron’s Study Keys and so on. I personally prefer Trueman’s Specific Series, (we have number of books and editions available in the market) as it has vivid description of different ages, writers, content followed by several practice papers.

Finally, I conclude this with a suggestion that whatever one does before the exam, it must be done with positive attitude. Don’t be carried away by the figures and statistics as, none of us are in need of more than one position.  Instead of looking for short-cuts, take a straight route.


Contributed by: Smt Suneela Jyotsna, M.A,M.Ed.,NET,<br>( A Teacher, Blogger and Podcaster)
Contributed by: Smt Suneela Jyotsna, M.A,M.Ed.,NET,
( A Teacher, Blogger and Podcaster)


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19th June 2022- 18th July 2022

P N Panicker, the father of Library and Literacy Movement in Kerala is an eminent personality, who was the pillar behind the socio- cultural rebirth in Kerala. P N Panicker Foundation, the mother organization of P N Panicker Vigyan Vikas Kendra was established during the Sathabhishek year (84th birth anniversary of P N Panicker) under the Chairmanship of Justice V R Krishna Iyer to spearhead developmental issues focusing on inclusive growth in tune with the technological advancement.

P N Panicker laid the foundation of the holistic approach to human resources development, through the library and literacy movement he initiated and propagated in his life time. He is also the father of many non-formal education movements like Kerala Association for Non-Formal Education and Development (KANFED), literacy campaigns such as ‘Total Literacy 1986’ and novel institutions like Kerala Grandhasala Sangam (Kerala State Library Council).

P N Panicker Foundation organizes Jan Vigyan Vikas Yatras to reach to the mass of unreached. It also organizes efficient mass contact programme which is a unique experience for the Keralites. The Jan Vigyan Vikas Yatra, focuses on ‘Developing a path with people-focused inclusive growth driven by knowledge, technology, and innovation’. P N Panicker Foundation’s cultural and educational yatra, is now regulated in every nook and corner of the country as a vibrant medium to educate the masses. P N Panicker Foundation was the first organization in the country to popularize e-reading among the rural masses with internet facility in 2002. This initiative paved way for establishing 25000 rural home e- libraries in 2010. Considering the commendable work carried out by the foundation, Government of Kerala organized an autonomous organization P N Panicker Vigyan Vikas Kendra.

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